Surprise Mayor Skip Hall speaks during a 2019 Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast event.
[Independent Newsmedia file]
U.S. Sen. Martha McSally
IF YOU GO
What: Local Business Town Hall
When: 10 a.m. April 29
Mayor Skip Hall is inviting Surprise residents to a virtual Local Business Town Hall to address concerns over the shutdown because of COVID-19.
It’s scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 29 where the mayor and other political and business leaders will give the latest on stimulus funding, unemployment insurance and other issues important to businesses affected by the coronavirus.
The town hall include Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ); Ben Blink, the policy advisor for Gov. Doug Ducey; and Surprise Economic Development Director Jeanine Jerkovic.
To register for the virtual town hall via Webex, visit surpriseaz.webex.com. The attendee password is “Surprise.”
During the event, residents will be able to type questions into the chat to be answered by Mr. Hall or the other town hall guests.
In a news release, city officials called it a ”difficult time for businesses.”
They said the goal of the town hall is to get tools, tips and information related to recovery into the hands of residents.
For questions, contact Jodi Tas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-222-1330.