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LaSata To Hold In District Office Hours In August
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

LANSING – Residents of Michigan's 21st State Senate District will get to talk to their representative in Lansing soon.

State Senator Kim LaSata has announced that she will be holding in district office hours in August. On Tuesday, August 3, she will be at Yoder's Country Market, 307 Eleanor Drive in Centreville from 2 until 3 PM. This will be immediately after the 2021 Project Connect event.

Then on Tuesday, August 10, LaSata will have a joint meeting with 6th District Berrien County Commissioner Julie Wuerfel. They will be at Joe's Cafe Breakfast House in St. Joseph from 9 until 10 AM. The in district officer hours allows citizens to meet with LaSata to ask questions and allow her to provide information and assistance on matters. No appointment is necessary. If you can't attend the in district office hours, you can always call LaSata's office in Lansing at 517-373-6960.



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