State Rep. Bryan Posthumus today invited people in the community to participate in his upcoming office hours.
Posthumus will be available from 10 to 11 a.m. on April 23, at Aunt Belle’s kitchen, located at 8451 Belding Road NE, Rockford, MI 49341.
“As a legislator, I want to make sure I am accessible to the people within my community and am eager to hear their thoughts, questions and concerns,” said Rep. Posthumus. “I look forward to taking this time to get to know many of the people in my district.”
Posthumus represents Michigan’s 73rd District, which includes East Grand Rapids, the townships of Cannon, Courtland, Grand Rapids, Oakfield, Plainfield, Spencer and Kent County.
Please feel free to reach out to the office with any questions you may have, by calling (517) 373-0218 or emailing [email protected].
State Rep. Bryan Posthumus, of Kent County, today introduced House Bill 4550, which would allow farmers summoned for jury duty to be excused from service during the harvest season spanning from April to November.
Rep. Posthumus talks about his new bill that would postpone a farmer’s jury duty service until after the period between April 1 through November 30, saying people working in ag need the flexibility to get crops planted and harvested.
Rep. Posthumus talks about passage Thursday of a series of bills, including legislation he sponsored, that would make the Michigan Legislature and the Executive Office of the Governor subject to freedom of information and open record requirements.