MESSAGE from the mayor
With folks self-isolating and keeping a social distance from one another, it is more important than ever to have ways to check on neighbors and friends through sharing of contact information such as phone numbers and email addresses. I would even recommend having a Block Captain, if possible, someone who can be a go-to point for sharing of hyper local information. Situations can arise such as someone needing a hand grocery shopping, caring for a pet in the event someone gets ill and is unable to care for them, or even an emergency at someone's home in the event that they have decided to stay in a location other than the Borough.
In addition, I am including a Narberth Community Helpers list. These are community members who have already volunteered to help their neighbors in this time of need. You may reach out to them if you find yourself in need of assistance. You may also add yourself to the list if you would like to do so. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1txjYCupY8-OBNCyL2rOCL5HtABP2w3Z-BiG72jo7PHc/edit?fbclid=IwAR1fnMsAD8RbkV92fO30JV0qt7VG4vi2yazj1zEIe6FFD3EZbJeSBfEFow8#gid=0
Not everyone is on social media, nor is everyone on Narberth's email list, and it is vital that we have methods to stay in touch with one another through this challenging time. This is one step we can take to help secure our community.
Andrea Deutsch, Mayor
Aaron Muderick, President of Borough Council
5/29/2020 05:34:43 pm
Please consider closing Haverford Ave at night so that our restaurants can seat patrons outside while still maintaining social distancing.
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