State Rep. Graham Filler’s legislative office officially opened on Jan. 2 and is prepared to serve the people of Clinton and Gratiot counties.
“The people in our communities deserve a government that works for them,” Rep. Filler said. “I am committed to having an office that is open, accessible, and responsive to the residents of the 93rd District. Anyone with thoughts and concerns on state government should feel encouraged to contact my office or attend the local coffee hours I will host.”
Filler also announced that his office hours for 2019 will take place on the second Friday of each month beginning Friday, Feb. 8 at the following times and locations:
- 8 to 9:30 a.m. at Big Boy, 1408 Old U.S. 27 in St. Johns; and
- 10 to 11 a.m. at Hearthstone Oven Bakery and Café, 126 S. Pine River St. in Ithaca.
“Holding regular coffee hours is a great way to ensure I am receiving feedback from the people I represent,” Filler stated. “This is vital to being an effective representative. I look forward to many productive discussions over the course of the year.”
Residents can contact Rep. Filler by phone at (517) 373-1778 or by email at [email protected]. Communication can also be mailed to N-1197 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.
State Rep. Graham Filler today voted in favor of funding to help Michigan distribute COVID-19 vaccine and boost testing while helping those whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the virus and economic shutdowns.
State Rep. Graham Filler today expressed disappointment and frustration in the Whitmer administration’s failed rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in Michigan – which CDC data shows has the sixth lowest per-capita distribution rate in the country – and called on the governor to expedite vaccinations and release a public schedule.
Michigan restaurants provide jobs for hundreds of thousands of people and play a vital role in strengthening the economies of local communities throughout our state. In fact, the food service industry generated about 447,200 Michigan jobs in 2019, accounting for about 10 percent of employment in our state.