Library Town Hall with the Governor's Office
Focus: Economic Recovery and Combating the Health Crisis
Our friends at the Governor's Office have set up a library specific town hall meeting on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 1 p.m. The purpose of the town hall meeting is to provide updates to us and to recruit our support as partners in growing a healthy and robust post-pandemic New Jersey.
Please note that the Governor's Office is managing registrations for this meeting.
Dr. Deborah Cornavaca wrote:
Over the course of the past year, you have been amazing partners in our state's efforts to combat the pandemic and we are so grateful. In many of our meetings, you have emphasized the desire to be part of our relief and recovery efforts. We know that a local library is one of the most trusted and safe places to go (in person or virtually) for people looking for information and assistance, community and support. And in these times we want to support your efforts to be conduits of critical information regarding our efforts to both combat the health crisis and fuel our economic recovery.
To that end, we invite you, and members of your staff, to join the Governor's Office staff for a meeting on Thursday, May 6th where we will bring a small sample of state experts on various topics to highlight some of our top efforts, answer questions and discuss how we can best partner.
Register in advance for this meeting: