Who can see your viewing activity?
Will someone be monitoring FB Live to see if there are questions asked there?
Yes! Darrell is on that!
Excellent. You folks rock!
Hello all! If you are a staff person representing an elected official, would you please identify yourself so we can acknowledge you and the elected you're here for?
If you need to contact me re a tech problem, please call me at 412-518-7387.
I believe Rep Ravenstahl is on himself.
Please share your questions here, for the question and answer section of the meeting.
Same with Rep Innamorato
I am on. adam
Vince Pallus - Chief of Staff for Rep. Ravenstahl
Hi everyone- will reusable bags still be allowed for the Lawrenceville Market? Thanks.
I do have a concern that some people are too proud to ask for help. We need to share stories and encourage them to reach out since help us available for almost everything.
Jay, yes, absolutely agreed!
help is available for almost everything but many people have never asked or may be ashamed to ask again.
Sara Draper-Zivetz, Lawrenceville Farmers Market Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com - http://www.lunited.org/programs/pep-rally/ - Pep Rally
Please e-mail myself or our office if you need any assistance
You can e-mail me directly. Thanks!
All of this information needs to be on Facebook and Instagram.
I agree, can we please put this information/emails on facebook and instagram?
Free masks: Very Local Pittsburgh's Guide to Pittsburgh Face Mask Makers lists various groups, companies, and organizations that are making free face masks - as well as those that need more volunteers to keep meeting our community's needs! https://pittsburgh.verylocal.com/pittsburgh-face-masks/
If you can afford to buy a mask and want to support local businesses and artists: Alexis Johnson at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette collected information and links to a whole range of regional sources here. https://www.post-gazette.com/news/health/2020/04/16/where-can-i-buy-order-homemade-masks-pittsburgh-allegheny-county-covid-19/stories/202004160136?utm_source=Lawrenceville+United+Master+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=a110d40390-9%2F27%2F17_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_ff31150db6-a110d40390-1204429565
Agreed Gavin. We will keep posting this content and reminders on our social media and newsletter. Here is the LU website with COVID19 information. We are keeping it updated and members can always direct folks to it as a reliable source of information: http://www.lunited.org/coronavirus/
Cool> Thank you DS.
CDC guidance on masks, including how to make your own masks: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
Yes, we have been sending out this information on COVID-19 and resources in our weekly newsletter. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to receive the newsletter.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church237 37th St, 15201 https://www.pghschools.org/grabandgo In partnership with local community organizations, Pittsburgh Public Schools will shift the distribution of Grab and Go meals to regional sites across the city. The locations, open to all students, were selected based on student participation during the first week of a 10-closure. Meals will be distributed between 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Multiple meals will be distributed on Tuesday and Friday.
Local COVID-19 screening and testing locations include those being conducted by AHN, Central Outreach Wellness Center, Heritage Valley Health System, MedExpress, RiteAid and UPMC. You may also consider using the Testing Site Locations map to identify where the closest locations are for your address. http://alcogis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Nearby/index.html?appid=472bad5ba19f4247a094d55e712195c8
What is the closes local testing center to Lawrenceville?
Thanks for opening the wine store!!!!
For testing: Highmark patients call 412-687-7348; UPMC call 412-647-7000; uninsured call East Liberty Family Health Care Center 412-361-8284
I plugged a Lawrenceville address into the Allegheny County website for searching closest testing locations. Here's the result:
Closest COVID-19 testing site to Lawrenceville is Divine Providence HospitalTesting Group: Allegheny Health NetworkDivine Providence Hospital1004 Arch StreetPittsburgh, PA 15212Drive-through or On-site Testing: On-site test option (inside testing facility) or drive-throughDays and Times: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, and closed on Sunday.Instructions: DO NOT SHOW UP TO TESTING SITE WITHOUT APPOINTMENT. FOLLOW WEBSITE INSTRUCTIONS. LINK BELOWWebsite: https://www.ahn.org/coronavirus/where-to-go-for-help/testing
Here is a website with housing resources for tenants, landlords and homeowners
Our Office number is 412-321-5523. Please leave a message. Thanks! Adam
Regional Housing Legal Services website: https://www.rhls.org/
Regional Housing Legal Services COVID page: https://www.rhls.org/coronavirus-information/
Protections for Renters in Pennsylania: https://www.rhls.org/corona-virus-can-i-stay-in-my-home-if-i-cant-pay/
Federal Protections for Renters: https://www.rhls.org/coronavirus-federal-protections-for-renters/
Protections for Homeowners in Pennsylvania: https://www.rhls.org/coronavirus-protections-for-homeowners/
Utility Protections and Resources:https://www.rhls.org/utility-assistance-for-those-affected-by-the-corona-virus/
Chat mashed together two links. Here's the link for Utility Protections and Resources for those affected by COVID-19: https://www.rhls.org/utility-assistance-for-those-affected-by-the-corona-virus/
Questions for Bob Damewood: email@example.com.
Federal CARES Act - Unemployment: https://www.uc.pa.gov/COVID-19/CARES-Act/Pages/default.aspx
PA guide to filing for unemployment: https://www.uc.pa.gov/unemployment-benefits/file/Pages/Filing%20Instructions.aspx
Rep Innamorato phone: 412-781-2750
https://www.compass.state.pa.us/compass.web/Public/CMPHome Welcome to COMPASSThe fast and easy way to access benefits - anytime and anywhereCOMPASS is an online tool for Pennsylvanians to apply for many health and human service programs and manage benefit information. Click on the Apply Now button below to begin.
Just Harvest can help you complete benefits applications. You can call them at (412) 431-8960, extension 602. You can also fill out a form for assistance at their website at https://www.justharvest.org/get-help/snap-food-stamps/. You can reach Ann Sanders, the Just Harvest Public Policy Advocate at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (412) 431-8960 x109.
For Semi-Annual Review or Recertification for SNAP, report changes 1-877-395-8930 or using MYCOMPASS mobile app or desktop website. https://www.compass.state.pa.us/compass.web/Public/CMPHome
More info on WIC and applying: https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/programs/WIC/Pages/WIC.aspx
To apply for WIC: 1-800-WIC-WINS or https://www.pawic.com
or you can reach me at my phone out of the office: 412-254-8261
If you have any questions about any of the information we talked about tonight, you can reach me at email@example.com or call me at my cell phone: 412-518-7387. For people you know that don't have access to the internet, please let them know that they can call me and I will look up any needed information for them.
thank you all!
Our number is 412-802-7220 - call us!