Rep. Calley plans local office hours on Jan. 22

State Rep. Julie Calley welcomes residents to office hours in two communities on Monday, Jan. 22. Rep. Calley, of Portland, will give a legislative update to attendees. Then, if residents have individual concerns, she will take one on one meetings. Rep. Calley will meet with constituents at the following locations: The Village of Middleville, 100…

Rep. Hughes invites residents to her upcoming office hours

State Rep. Holly Hughes announced her upcoming office hours for the month of January. “Meeting with residents is a top priority of mine,” Hughes said. “As a legislator it’s important to be available and accessible to the community I represent.” Rep. Hughes will be available at the following times and locations: Friday, Jan. 12 9:30…

Rep. Howrylak announces January office hours

State Rep. Martin Howrylak of Troy invites residents to join him for local office hours during the month of January. “I value the opportunity to meet residents and discuss matters of state government,” Rep. Howrylak said. “I look forward to spending time with friends and neighbors at my upcoming office hours and discussing the policy…

Rep. LaSata hosts local coffee hours

State Rep. Kim LaSata today announced plans to meet with residents of Berrien County during her first scheduled office hours of 2018. “As the Legislature starts a new year, I want to hear from residents of Berrien County on issues they would like tackled in 2018,” LaSata said. “Hearing directly from people in the community…

Rep. Miller announces grant for Marcellus water management

State Rep. Aaron Miller today announced the village of Marcellus will receive a grant from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to improve its storm water and wastewater capabilities. Miller, of Sturgis, said the DEQ grants money to local communities to assist in the planning, design and testing of storm water and wastewater facilities. A…

Rep. Albert announces January office hours

State Rep. Thomas Albert welcomes residents to join him for office hours during the month of January. “It is important for me to hear from people on a regular basis and listen to their questions and concerns regarding state government,” Albert said. “I encourage all residents to attend one of my local office hours.” Rep….

Rep. Tedder hosts January office hours

State Rep. Jim Tedder of Clarkston invites residents to join him for local office hours during the month of January. “Monthly office hours are a great way to meet residents and discuss important issues,” Rep. Tedder said. “Listening to the concerns of people in our communities is one of my top priorities as a state…

Local residents can meet with Rep. Reilly on Jan. 15

State Rep. John Reilly invites residents to join him for local office hours in Oxford and Orion Township on Monday, Jan. 15. “I always look forward to connecting with members of the community at my monthly office hours,” Rep. Reilly said. “Meeting residents of the 46th District and discussing important issues is one of the…

Rep. VanderWall posts perfect voting record for 2017

Rep. Curt VanderWall finished his first year in office with a perfect voting and attendance record, taking part in all record roll call votes. I want to make sure the people of Leelanau, Benzie, Manistee, and Mason counties are represented in Lansing,” VanderWall said. “As the voice for the 101st District, I made sure to…

Local residents can meet with Rep. Webber on Jan. 12

State Rep. Michael Webber will host his monthly office hours on Friday, Jan. 12 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Tim Hortons, 2258 Crooks Road in Rochester Hills. “I am committed to making state government accessible and accountable to the people,” Rep. Webber said. “Hosting regular office hours is a great opportunity to meet local…

Rep. Lilly notes many 2017 accomplishments

State Rep. Jim Lilly has completed a busy 2017 in the state House, noting the advancement of his bills to help western Ottawa County and the state as a whole. “Michigan has taken another strong step forward in 2017 and I’m proud to contribute to that,” said Lilly, of Park Township. “Our citizens have given…

Rep. Calley provides end of year legislative update

State Rep. Julie Calley, of Portland, reviewed the progress she and her colleagues have made this legislative term on issues that matter most to the people of Barry and Ionia counties. “I’ve listened to what people have to say. They want support for our local communities, they want our roads fixed, more career training opportunities…

Rep. Howell announces MDOT grant for Lapeer road improvements

State Rep. Gary Howell today announced a grant totaling $375,000 from the Michigan Department of Transportation to increase safety and improve road conditions for drivers on Davison Road in Lapeer. Howell said Lapeer will resurface more than one mile of Davison Road from east of the roundabout at Lake Nepessing Road to west of Millville…

Rep. Howell concludes second straight year with perfect voting record

State Rep. Gary Howell of North Branch concluded the year with another 100-percent voting record, taking part in every roll call vote during the 2017 legislative session. “When it comes to representing our community in Lansing, it is important that their voice be heard on each and every issue,” Howell said. “I was elected to…