State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, will hold a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, March 3 to answer questions and concerns from people across Grand Traverse County.
The event will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. Along with general legislative updates, Rep. Roth will also provide information from the Project Michigan Commission, which was recently created to promote COVID-19 vaccine awareness and options. The first-term lawmaker was one of four legislators appointed to the panel, along with state Sen. Curt VanderWall of Ludington, state Sen. Winnie Brinks of Grand Rapids and state Rep. Felicia Brabec of Ann Arbor.
“I look forward to providing people with the latest vaccine information as we combat COVID-19,” Roth said. “This is a very important time in our state, and I am ready and available to answer questions and hear concerns from people throughout Grand Traverse County.”
Those interested in RSVPing for the event must contact JohnRoth@house.mi.gov for log-in information.
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