State Rep. David Martin today announced his July office hours will be held in Montrose and Davison.
“This is a great opportunity to ask questions, offer ideas and share your thoughts about state government,” said Martin, of Davison. “Hearing feedback from people helps me make sure I am effectively representing the interests and needs of our community when I go to Lansing.”
Martin will be available Monday, July 19, at the following times and locations:
- 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Montrose Historical and Telephone Pioneer Museum, 144 Hickory St. in Montrose.
- 1 to 2:30 p.m. at MD’s Sports Tavern & Grill, 3040 N. State Road in Davison.
Martin represents Michigan’s 48th District, which includes the communities of Clio, Davison, Montrose and Otisville, as well as the townships of Davison, Forest, Genesee, Montrose, Richfield, Thetford and Vienna.
Anyone who is unable to attend can share their thoughts or set up a virtual meeting by calling (517) 373-7557 or emailing [email protected].
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