Residents can also meet with lawmaker during office hours
State Rep. Nancy Jenkins reached thousands of people in the area during a teletown hall meeting Tuesday night as a part of her ongoing effort to inform local residents and seek their input regarding her work in Lansing.
Residents of Lenawee County engaged in an hour-long telephone discussion on issues including the state’s economic recovery and recent legislative accomplishments.
“Hearing feedback from the people of Lenawee County is extremely important to my work in Lansing,” said Jenkins, R-Clayton. “Events like Tuesday’s teletown hall are a great way to reach a large number of people at the same time, and it allows them to talk with me without even having to leave their homes.”
Those who were unable to participate in the conversation are encouraged to attend Jenkins’ upcoming office hours on Monday, Sept. 23. The event will take place at the Village of Deerfield offices, located at 101 W. River St. in Deerfield.
“I am always available to meet with local residents if they have a question or concern,” Jenkins said. “Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if I can be of any help.”
Jenkins can also be contacted by phone toll free at (855) 292-0002 or via email at vog.i1519289999m.esu1519289999oh@sn1519289999ikneJ1519289999ycnaN1519289999.