Senator Mark Warner today held three social-distanced community check-ups with local leaders in Abingdon, Pulaski and Wytheville, and visited the Blue Ridge Parkway.
At the events, he discussed the ongoing Covid-19 public health crisis and the steps our country needs to take for our economy to recover.
This evening, he will also visit the Blue Ridge Parkway where he will meet with business and conservation leaders and discuss the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act, historic legislation that will fund $1.1 billion in maintenance needs at Virginia National Parks and bring 10,000 jobs to Virginia.
Warner talked to local leaders today at the Historic Train Station in Pulaski.
See more in Friday’s Patriot.
(Photo) Sen. Mark Warner chats with Pulaski Mayor Shannon Collins at today’s event at the Historic Train Station.