Representative Bill G. Schuette has announced upcoming “Ask Bill G.” Office Hours events in Beaverton and Coleman on Monday, Nov. 13.
“Ask Bill G.” events are part of Bill’s commitment to listening to residents across the 95th House District in Midland and Gladwin counties.
“I always strive to make myself available to people I represent throughout our communities,” Schuette said. “These are great opportunities to hear concerns from residents, answer questions and discuss legislation that will impact us going forward. I welcome anyone who is interested to attend.”
“Ask Bill G.” Office Hours will take place at the following times and locations:
• 9-10 a.m. at Coleman City Hall, located at 201 E. Railway Street in Coleman.
• 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Beaverton Activity Center, located at 106 Tonkin Street in Beaverton.
Rep. Schuette will be meeting with interested individuals one-on-one during these times. Those who wish to set up an appointment can email Luke Derheim, who serves as legislative director for Rep. Schuette, at [email protected]. Walk-in meetings are also welcome. Those unable to attend may contact Schuette’s office by calling (517) 373-0152 or emailing [email protected].
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