Common Councilor-at-Large Rita Paniagua delivers message to Spanish-speaking community
Mayor Walsh and Deputy Mayor Owens led this week’s COVID-19 Community Briefing for residents of the City of Syracuse. Among the topics covered in today’s report: COVID-19 impact on crime; the City’s first marriage license issued online; a new COVID-19 Resource Guide being mailed to city residents; update on usage of the Financial Empowerment Center; advice for people facing unemployment; information regarding unlawful evictions; help for people facing domestic abuse; and a report on the 2020 Census response in Syracuse.
Common Councilor-at-Large Rita Paniagua, a native of Puerto Rico, joined the briefing. She delivered a summary of key points and a special message for the Spanish speaking community.
See the briefing here: