This pandemic treats everyone equally, but that doesn't mean its impacts are equal on everyone. Even once the period of social distancing is over, many in Philly worry they may not have jobs to return to. How can the real estate industry help hold the city together?
Hear from Councilwoman Maria Quinones-Sanchez about how she and her fellow council members are working to keep the city on its feet.
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During this webinar we will discuss:
--What are your thoughts on how the federal government has handled this pandemic so far?
--How can landlords and tenants negotiate and work together knowing that many tenants have lost income and landlords have loan obligations?
--How is the city planning to help the community and small businesses recover after this?
--How is the city helping to keep essential workers safe as they have to keep going to work?
--What will the city look like after this pandemic wraps up?
Councilwoman Maria D. Quiñones-Sánchez is a veteran activist with over 30 years of service to the City of Philadelphia, currently serving a third four-year term on Philadelphia City Council. Maria has advocated tirelessly for creating and...
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