State Rep. Pat Outman (R-Six Lakes) invites local residents to attend his local office hours in Sheridan on Monday, Aug. 14.
Outman’s office hours are an opportunity for constituents to speak directly with their representative and ask questions or share ideas.
The representative will be available from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at First Congressional Church located at 113 S. Main St. in Sheridan.
Outman represents Michigan’s new 91st House District, which includes most of Montcalm County and the Kent County townships of Solon, Cedar Springs, Nelson, Spencer, and Oakfield, as well as the city of Belding and townships of Otisco and Orleans in Ionia County.
Residents can contact his Lansing office by phone at (517) 373-3436, by email at [email protected] or by addressing mail to N-1195 Anderson House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.
“Michigan families are tired of shelling out for high electric bills and being rewarded with power outages every time it storms. That’s the problem I’m focused on solving,” said Outman, R-Six Lakes, a member of the House Energy, Communications and Technology Committee. “The Democrats in control have another agenda. They’re pushing extreme mandates that cater to the environmental lobby while sticking residents with even higher costs for less reliability.”
The governor plans to give state government the power to permit solar projects by shifting control away from local government.
“Large-scale solar projects could have significant ramifications in some communities. Local officials know what’s best in their unique corners of the state,” Outman said. “The governor should respect their roles and stay out of community-level issues. My Republican colleagues are digging in our heels when it comes to maintaining local control.”
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