State Rep. Jim DeSana will hold office hours April 28 in New Boston and Carleton.
Local office hours are an opportunity for residents to meet face-to-face with Rep. DeSana to share their thoughts, questions, and concerns. The meetings are open to the public, and no appointment is necessary to attend.
Rep. DeSana will be available Friday, April 28, at the following times and locations:
- 10 to 11 a.m. at the Huron Township Senior Center, 28245 Mineral Springs Road in New Boston.
- 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Carleton branch of the Monroe County Library, 1444 Kent St. in Carleton.
Anyone who is unable to attend can share their thoughts or set up another meeting by calling (517) 373-0475 or emailing [email protected].
Rep. Jim DeSana, R-Carleton, represents the new 29th House District, which spans portions of Monroe and Wayne counties, including parts of Monroe, Taylor and Romulus, the village of Carleton, and the townships of Ash and Huron and a portion of Frenchtown Township.
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