State Rep. Sarah L. Lightner will host virtual office hours at 10 a.m. Monday, April 12, to meet with local residents.
“I’m looking forward to connecting with people in our community, giving an update about the work we’ve been doing in Lansing and hearing about the issues that matter most to you,” said Lightner, of Springport. “This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts and help me serve as the best voice for our community when we are in Lansing.”
Residents may register for the virtual coffee hours at tinyurl.com/LightnerOfficeHours. After registering, attendees will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Lightner represents residents of the 65th House District, which includes Springport, Tompkins, Rives, Blackman, Henrietta, Leoni, Waterloo, Grass Lake, Norvell, Columbia and Liberty townships in Jackson County; Cambridge Township in Lenawee County; and the City of Eaton Rapids along with Hamlin, Eaton and Brookfield townships in Eaton County.
Anyone unable to attend may contact Lightner’s office by calling (517) 373-1775 or emailing SarahLightner@house.mi.gov.
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