State Rep. Bob Bezotte today invited members of the community to participate in his virtual office hours later this week.
Bezotte will be available from 4 to 5 p.m. on June 18 through Zoom. He will be joined by Anita Gibson, Chair of the Livingston County Human Services Collaborative Body and Amy Johnston, coordinator.
“I am glad we are able to continue connecting with constituents through virtual events, and I look forward to hearing from residents in my district to see how I can continue working for them,” said Rep. Bezotte. “I hope everyone who wishes to join us on June 18 is able to do so.”
Bezotte represents Michigan’s 47th District, which includes the village of Fowlerville, townships of Conway, Cohoctah, Deerfield, Hartland, Howell, Handy, Iosco, Unadilla, Oceola, Marion, and Tyrone, the city of Howell and part of the city of Fenton.
The Zoom link for the virtual event can be found here. If you have questions, please reach out to the office by contacting [email protected].
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