(Lansing, MI) – State Senator Patrick Colbeck’s (R-Canton) office will now be holding regular in-district office hours to assist residents with any problems related to their interactions with state government. The Woodhaven Community Center and the Plymouth Library have agreed to provide space for the monthly meetings.
“In order to serve the needs of those in our community more effectively, my office will now be offering regular district hours where residents can come and talk with my staff about any problems they are encountering in their interactions with state government,” Colbeck said. “It is not always possible or practical for constituents to drive up to Lansing to meet with our office when requesting help. These in-district office hours will help make state government more accessible for district residents and are in addition to my coffee hours.
“State budget cuts have made it impossible to maintain a full-time district office and I am grateful to the Woodhaven Community Center and the Plymouth Library for graciously offering space for these meetings.
“My In-District Manager Jennifer Trussell will be available to meet with residents individually in order to help assist them with any issues they may be experiencing in obtaining permits, licenses or government aid.
“I encourage people to make an appointment to sit down with Jennifer and talk about how our office might be able to help them find the resources they need.”
Trussell will be available at the Woodhaven Community Center at 23101 Hall Road in Woodhaven from 10-11am on the first Tuesday of every month starting August 2nd and the Plymouth Library at 223 South Main Street in Plymouth from 6-7pm on the third Wednesday of every month starting July 20th.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Trussell at: (734) 672-6415.