The coronavirus pandemic has kept people, including those living in Ypsilanti Township, confined to their homes. It has also made it difficult for local neighborhood associations to keep their residents informed of any events or developments in their respective communities. For this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," WEMU's Lisa Barry and Concentrate Media's Sarah Rigg hear about the new ways associations communicate with residents from Jo Ann McCollum, president of the New West Willow Neighborhood Association.
Sarah Rigg's Feature Article: Ypsi neighborhood watches offer online meetings, resident checkups, mini food pantry during pandemic
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