Village President Tom Hayes gave a good-humored and informative presentation to a combined Rotary and Chamber of Commerce meeting Thursday, but started with an update on the virus situation.  "It's a very interesting time to be living in Arlington Heights and in this country in general," Hayes said. "(The coronavirus is) something that is on everyone's mind for obvious reasons today." [courtesy of Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer."Daily Herald.]
He announced the closing of the Sr. Center, but encouraged us to continue "living life" with situational awareness and adjusting as required of us.  For  the story reporting his comments, click here.  To view his slides, click Read more.   
To see his PowerPoint slide show, and related comments, click  Mike Mulder, Chamber President and former Arlington Rotarian, welcomed the chamber attendees and thanked ATT for sponsorship of the chamber portion.  Overall, Hayes said we're fortunate to live a a great community.  Good neighbors and dedicated, effective village staff make it so.