State Rep. Brad Paquette announced his plans today to meet with members of Berrien and Cass county in March.
“Communication is vital for successful representation,” Paquette said. “I look forward to meeting and hearing from those I represent.”
Rep. Paquette will be available Saturday, March 28 at the following times and locations:
- 10 to 11 a.m. at Red Brick Café, 8952 1st St. in Baroda; and
- 12 to 1 p.m. at New Buffalo Bill’s Wood Fired BBQ, 603 E. Buffalo St. in New Buffalo.
No appointments are necessary. Those who are unable to attend at the scheduled times, but would like an opportunity to talk with Rep. Paquette may call his office at (517) 373-1796 or email [email protected]. He is always willing to schedule a one on one.
A group of Republican lawmakers this week introduced a plan protecting Michigan residents and job providers from excessive penalties for non-compliance with rules implemented unilaterally by the governor.
State Rep. Brad Paquette, of Niles, and State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, of Detroit, delivered testimony Tuesday before the state House Education Committee on a bipartisan package of bills to give Michigan educators a voice in state policy decisions that directly affect local schools.
Speaking during his tele town hall meeting with area residents this weekend, Rep. Paquette say his chief job in the community the past few weeks has been listening and getting voices heard.