“Arlington has been one of the hardest-hit communities in the commonwealth for COVID-19,” the organization said in an event description. “Join us to learn more about how Arlington is responding and what you can do to stay safe and help others.”
The lineup is a who’s who of leadership handling the response on a local level, including:
- Libby Garvey — Chair, Arlington County Board
- Zachary Pope — Emergency Manager, Arlington Public Schools
- Dr. Reuben Varghese — Public Health Director, Arlington County
- Karen Coltrane — CEO of local nonprofit Leadership Center for Excellence
Varghese has been at the forefront of the coronavirus response in Arlington and has already participated in previous online discussions about the virus’ impact on how Arlingtonians should handle the crisis.
The Committee of 100, which normally holds in-person discussions and debates about community issues, said participants will be able to ask questions during a Q&A portion of the meeting.
The group will be hosting the webinar via Zoom on Wednesday, April 22, from 7-8:30 p.m. A link is sent after registering, along with an email address to which one can submit questions.
The event is scheduled to be moderated by Lynn Juhl, chair of the Committee of 100.