State Rep. Daire Rendon, of Lake City, will host office hours to meet with residents on Friday, Sept. 18 and Friday, Sept. 25.
“One of my favorite roles as your state representative is sitting down and hearing directly from you,” Rendon said. “Talking directly with the residents of Missaukee, Crawford, Kalkaska, Roscommon and Ogemaw counties is an important part of my job and something I look forward to very much.”
Rep. Rendon’s office hours for September are as scheduled:
- Friday, Sept. 18
- 9-10 a.m. at Goodale’s Bakery, 500 Norway St., in Grayling
- 11 a.m.- noon at Trout Town, 306 Elm St., in Kalkaska
- 3-4 p.m. at Fire Barn, 110 Euclid Ave., in McBain
- Friday, Sept. 25
- 9-10 a.m. at Rose City Café, 612 Bennett St., in Rose City
- Noon- 1 p.m. at Jen’s Hen House, 165 North St. Helen Rd., in St. Helen
Residents may also reach Rendon by contacting her Lansing office at 517-373-3817 or [email protected].
“The Legislature and governor must work together for the people of Michigan as we continue to fight through this pandemic,” Rendon said. “Our families deserve much better results than they’ve received and full transparency. The measures approved by the House are a strong step toward the continued safe, practical reopening of Northern Michigan and the entire state.”
“We must not let the coronavirus pandemic steal away our children’s education,” Rendon said. “A lot has changed since March – we all have a better understanding of what COVID-19 is and how to slow the spread. As we embrace the new year, I am glad this plan is now finalized for our communities. This is the most practical, well-thought out way to get our kids back to school, whether that be in the classroom or virtually.”
State Rep. Daire Rendon this week joined the Michigan House of Representatives in approving its bipartisan plan that won’t raise taxes for the state’s Fiscal Year 2021 K-12 budget.
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