State Rep. Andrea Schroeder invites residents to participate in her next round of online office hours from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 22.
The one-on-one discussions with Rep. Schroeder will be held through Zoom. Residents of the 43rd District who wish to participate should send an email to AndreaSchroeder@house.mi.gov or call (517) 373-0615 in advance to set up a 10-minute time slot.
Schroeder represents the 43rd District in the Michigan House, which includes Clarkston, Waterford, Independence Township, and Lake Angelus.
“I appreciate the opportunity to continue connecting with you, and hearing about your concerns and priorities,” Schroeder said. “These local office hours – no matter what format we have them in – are an important part of representing you in the Michigan House.”
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