State Rep. Jerry Neyer, of Shepherd, is inviting local residents across Gratiot and Isabella counties to attend office hours events on Friday, April 28 if they are looking to meet with their representative, ask questions and share concerns.
The office hours meetings will take place at the following times and locations:
• 10-11 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Library, located at 301 S. University Ave. in Mt. Pleasant.
• Noon-1 p.m. at Alma Public Library, located at 500 E. Superior St. in Alma.
“I look forward to meeting with people across the district, answering their questions and listening to their concerns,” Neyer said. “These meetings provide valuable input as I represent our communities in Lansing.”
Neyer has planned to host office hours events on the last Friday of each month. Those who are unable to attend can contact his office by phone at (517) 373-2646 or email at JerryNeyer@house.mi.gov.
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