YORK – Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill’s (R-York) latest podcast episode features a wide-ranging interview with Kevin Schreiber, President and CEO of the York County Economic Alliance (YCEA), regarding the coronavirus’ (COVID-19) impact on the local economy.
Schreiber and his team at YCEA have been working with federal, state, county and local leaders, along with the private sector, to connect resources to areas in need. At the onset of the pandemic, YCEA worked with local partners in the community to create PreparedYork.com – a one-stop shop for those who are affected by the coronavirus.
“There is a lot of information for those who are affected by the pandemic,” Phillips-Hill said. “Our discussion focuses on many questions I have heard from local citizens about the coronavirus pandemic, including aid and available assistance from federal and state governments. We cover topics including unemployment to low-interest loan programs aimed at helping businesses that are currently closed under the governor’s orders.”
Phillips-Hill’s podcast, as well as instructions on how to subscribe to the podcast can be found on her website at SenatorKristin.com/podcast. The program runs approximately 43 minutes.
Phillips-Hill and her staff continue to respond to emails and phone calls left at her offices. The office remains closed to in-person meetings and visitors until further notice.
She can be reached at 717-741-4648 (District Office) or at 717-787-7085 (Capitol Office), as well as at SenatorKristin@pasen.gov or SenatorKristin.com.
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