Representative will make stops in Coopersville, Fruitport and Ravenna
State Rep. Luke Meerman (R-Coopersville) will hold office hours in Coopersville, Fruitport and Ravenna in March.
Meerman serves the 89th House District, which includes the Ottawa County townships of Allendale, Blendon, Chester, Polkton, Tallmadge, Wright, and the City of Coopersville, the Muskegon County townships of Casnovia, Egelston, Fruitport, Moorland, Ravenna, and Sullivan, and part of Tyrone Township in Kent County.
Office hours will take place at the following times and locations:
- Saturday, March 18
- From 8 to 9 a.m. at the Delly Belly Bakery located at 288 Main St. in Coopersville
- Monday, March 27
- From 8 to 9 a.m. at Village Inn located at 340 3rd Ave. in Fruitport
- From 10 to 11 a.m. at Ravenna Round Table located at 12396 Stafford St.
“Accountability and availability of elected officials is vital to our system of government. I look forward to sharing a legislative update and hearing the thoughts and concerns of my constituents,” Meerman said. “I’ve had the chance to meet many of the people I now represent in the new 89th District at previous office hours and I hope to see some new faces this month.”
Rep. Meerman’s office can be reached at (517) 373-0838 or [email protected]. Letters should be addressed to Rep. Luke Meerman at P.O. Box 30014 Lansing, MI 48933.
“The innocent lives of the unborn are threatened by the passage of Proposal 3 and this bill package goes even further than what Michigan voters approved in November,” Meerman said. “The mislabeled ‘Reproductive Health Act’ not only eliminates health and safety standards in abortion clinics, it also removes protections that ensure women are not coerced into receiving an abortion.”
“The governor’s radical energy policy comes at a time when Michiganders are forced to tighten their budgets and brace for rising costs everywhere form the grocery store to the fuel pump. The timeline laid out by the governor and Lansing Democrats is untenable and will come at a cost to our economy, agricultural production, and the authority of local governments.”