A member of U.S. Congressman Sam Graves’ staff is holding mobile office stops in the area this week. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott talk to District Director Melissa Roe:
“The mobile offices have been used by the congressman since he was elected to get feedback from constituents, as well as bring the office to them at their own location,”said Roe,”We use these opportunities to talk with people who might be needing assistance with social security, a veterans concern or any other issue. This provides them the chance to sit one on one and talk with a staff member.”
Local stops on the tour include the Linn County Courthouse on Tuesday, June 26th at 8:30 a.m. and the Carroll County Courthouse on Thursday June 28th at 8:30 a.m., as well as the Boonslick Library in Boonville that same afternoon at 2:00 p.m.
A member of U.S. Congressman Sam Graves’ staff is holding Mobile Office stops. Graves’ Mobile Office will tour the district giving constituents the opportunity to speak with a member of his staff.
“I have always believed you learn more by listening than talking. My priority in Congress is constituent service and the Mobile Office is an additional opportunity for me to stay in contact with the people of the Sixth District. I encourage everyone to come by these informal sessions to discuss their views or receive assistance with federal agencies,” said Graves.
The Mobile Office provides regular contact for communities and individuals who have a question or problem with federal government agencies.
The Mobile Office schedule for March 2011 is as follows:
Tuesday, June 26th
Linn County Courthouse, Linneus – 8:30am
Milan City Hall – 10:30am
Putnam County Courthouse, Unionville – 12:30pm
Schuyler County Library, Lancaster – 2:30pm
Thursday, June 28th
Carroll County Courthouse, Carrollton– 8:30am
Salisbury City Hall– 10:30am
Howard County Courthouse, Fayette – 12:30pm
Boonslick Library, Boonville – 2pm