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    Default Alexandria BPAC Virtual Meeting - January 11, 2021

    HI all,
    Natalie Talis, a Public Health Planner and the Public Information Officer in the Alexandria Health Department will be our guest speaker on Monday, Jan 11. Natalie will provide an update on Health Department efforts to combat the current COVID-19 pandemic in Alexandria.

    Monday’s meeting will start at 6:30 pm and also include the following (see agenda below)
    1. Traffic Safety updates from Lt Jason North
    2. A potential Winter Bike to Work Day.
    3. Upcoming events and volunteer opportunities

    Please join us via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8748424963...BEemlLKzAydz09
    Meeting ID: 874 8424 9639, Passcode: 494648

    ICYMI:
    1. Free COVID-19 testing is available at three Alexandria Kiosk locations, up to 7 days/week. More information here: https://www.alexandriava.gov/news_di...aspx?id=119660
    2. Adults 65 and older, and essential workers can sign up for COVI vaccinations here: https://redcap.vdh.virginia.gov/redc.../?s=FHW4TYF8MP.
    • Vaccinations for frontline essential personnel. e.g. Police, Fire and Hazmat, public transit workers, grocery story workers, teachers and Alexandria residents 75 and older begins January 11.

    AGENDA


    1. Introductions and Welcome – Jim Durham, Chair
    2. Alexandria Police Liaison Discussions – Lieutenant Jason North
    • Traffic Crash information involving people walking and biking
    • Automated Speed Enforcement implementation update
    3. Guest Speaker, Natalie Talis, Alexandria Health Department, Public Health Planner and the Public
    Information Officer
    4. COVID-19 pandemic update:
    • Free COVID-19 testing is available at three Alexandria kiosk locations, up to 7 days/week.
    More information here:
    • Adults 65 and older, and essential workers can sign up for COVID vaccinations here:
    o Vaccinations for frontline essential personnel, e.g., Police and Fire, public transit and
    grocery story workers, teachers and Alexandria residents 75 and older, begins Jan. 11.
    5. 2020 Year in Review. BPAC 2020 Annual Report
    6. Project/Event updates
    • Upcoming Walks and Rides – Josephine
    • Winter Bike-To-Work Day
    • Smart Cycling Classes project – Zack DesJardins
    • BPAC’s role in the new 5-year CHIP Mental Health Strategy C: Expand opportunities to free
    and low-cost physical activity – Mary-Jane + others
    • Virginia Legislative Update
    • Building Bridges” – Pending feedback from Arlington and DC BAC
    7. BPAC Business items
    • Secretary’s report and minutes – Zack DesJardins
    • Treasurer’s report and financial update – Erin Meter
    • BPAC Officer Elections, February 11
    Last edited by CaseyKane50; 01-10-2021 at 05:55 PM. Reason: Added a link to the BPAC 2020 Annual Report

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