Rep. Schroeder announces December office hours

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder invites residents to her in-district office hours on Monday, Dec. 2 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at The Coffee Bucket, 3549 Airport Road in Waterford. “Your input is truly valued and it helps me to better serve our community,” Rep. Schroeder said. “I look forward to listening to your thoughts and…

Rep. Schroeder: MCCA rate reduction shows Michigan’s car insurance reforms are working

Rep. Andrea Schroeder today said a fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is a positive indication Oakland County drivers will save money through the state’s recent car insurance reforms. The MCCA announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020. That is down from…

Michigan House unanimously approves Rep. Schroeder’s plan protecting local emergency service providers from surprise fees

The Michigan House today unanimously approved Rep. Andrea Schroeder’s proposal to protect local emergency response providers from unexpected fees assessed by the state – a plan inspired by retired Waterford Township fire chief John Lyman. Lyman, who served the Waterford community for more than three decades before retiring this summer, contacted Schroeder after appealing a…

VIDEO: Chief John Lyman’s Testimony on HB 4830

The Michigan House Appropriations Committee recently approved Rep. Andrea Schroeder’s proposal to protect local emergency response providers from unexpected fees assessed by the state. Schroeder appeared before the committee with retired Waterford Township fire chief John Lyman, who brought the important issue to Schroeder’s attention. Lyman – who served the Waterford community for 33 years…

Rep. Schroeder to give legislative update during upcoming tele-town hall

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Independence Township invites residents to join her for a tele-town hall meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7 for a legislative update. Rep. Schroeder will be highlighting some of her legislative priorities as well as answering any questions constituents may have about policies being discussed by the Legislature. “As a public servant,…

Rep. Schroeder, former Waterford Township fire chief partner on plan protecting emergency services

The Michigan House Appropriations Committee this week approved Rep. Andrea Schroeder’s proposal to protect local emergency response providers from unexpected fees assessed by the state. Schroeder appeared before the committee with retired Waterford Township fire chief John Lyman, who brought the important issue to Schroeder’s attention. Lyman – who served the Waterford community for 33…

Rep. Schroeder announces November office hours

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder invites residents to her in-district office hours on Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Clarkston Independence District Library, 6495 Clarkston Road in Clarkston. “I look forward to meeting local residents in the evening to discuss ways in which I can help make our community better,” Rep. Schroeder…

Rep. Schroeder testifies on plan to benefit electric vehicle drivers, Michigan auto industry

PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Independence Township testified today on her plan to make electric vehicle charging stations more prevalent and accessible in Michigan. Her proposal would make offering charging stations more financially plausible for retailers, improving access for drivers. Her measure also includes several important consumer protections. “We have an opportunity to set…

Rep. Schroeder invites Clarkston alumni to state Capitol

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Independence Township welcomed Sean Mueller to the state Capitol on Wednesday. The Clarkston High School alumni job-shadowed her during the day after expressing interest in learning more about the legislative process. Sean attended meetings in the lawmaker’s office, attended a lunch-and-learn with constituents and advocacy groups, and sat with Rep….