State Rep. Timothy Beson will host office hours on Friday, April 30 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Wenonah Park pavilions across from the Bay City Chamber of Commerce, located at 111 Center Avenue, Bay City. State Senator Kevin Daley will be a co-host for the event.
“As a first-term representative, I want my community to know I am accessible and available to hear their comments, questions and concerns at any time,” said Rep. Beson. “I look forward to meeting many of them to talk about the great work the Legislature is doing in Lansing, and to find out how I can be of more service to the community.”
The event will be held outdoors and will adhere to current COVID-19 protocols.
Please feel free to reach out to the office with any questions you may have, by calling (517) 373-0158 or emailing [email protected].
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