DAILY DEBRIEF: Seneca County takes unified approach to dealing with COVID-19 (podcast)

Today on the show a look at how one county in the Finger Lakes took a unified approach to dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic. Obviously, the public health crisis effected everything from small businesses, to schools, and local government. The One Seneca initiative was built for this moment bringing together all of the players involved in decision-making in Seneca County. This episode is an exclusive to FingerLakes1.com as Chamber President Jeff Shipley, Public Health Director Vickie Swinehart, Chamber Chair and local business owner Bruce Murray, and South Seneca Superintendent Steve Zielinski talk about overall response, and what the next several months will look like as winter drives forward in Seneca County.


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