Letter to the editor
Every day, my staff and I talk to district residents who call my office looking for help.
We’ve provided assistance to a district resident affected by crime. We helped a constituent with an insurance claim and provided a constituent with the proper paperwork to apply for a work training program.
Also, we’ve talked with a business owner who has an idea of how to better the business climate in our state.
The potential issues are many, but my staff and I are eager to help. A call to my office will help you cut through the red tape and help you get the assistance you need and deserve.
Recently, my staff and I assisted one of our great military veterans obtain the veteran’s bonus to which he was entitled.
On another occasion, my office helped one of our senior citizens deal with her issues with the Social Security Administration.
We are also working with a local business to address a state law that unfairly fines a restaurant with no chance to appeal the fine.
My staff, led by my legislative aide Aaron Turner, also worked with a constituent who has been a mental-health advocate. We are keeping this constituent informed about legislation affecting the mental-health system as well as keeping her up-to-date on our activities on those issues.
As a part of constituent services, I am holding regular meetings in neighborhoods around the district so I can hear first hand from constituents about their concerns and keep district residents informed of what's happening in the Statehouse.
Remember: When you have a problem, question, or concern, or anytime that I can be of service, please call me at 466-1896.
My staff and I will do everything we can to inform, assist, and help you with your issue.
Providing high-quality and responsive services to my constituents is my top priority as your state representative. I work for you.