Officials rely on video to keep public in the loop

FROM LEFT: Brawley City Councilman George Nava, Brawley Fire Department Interim Fire Chief Mike York, Brawley Councilman Donald Wharton and Brawley City Mayor Norma Kastner-Jauregui participate in a video conference on Wednesday to inform viewers of the resources being utilized in Brawley in response to COVID-19. COURTESY PHOTO

BRAWLEY — With the general public ordered to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, local city officials and schools are using online videos to keep the public informed.

On Wednesday, Brawley City Councilman George Nava held a live video conference between himself and three other city officials to share how the city of Brawley has been using its resources in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Staff Writer Vincent Osuna can be reached at or 760-337-3442.

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