Editor’s note: Save the town hall dates on your calendar: 1/31/2011 (Norwalk) and 2/10/2011 (Pittsfield Township). This press release was issued on 1/19/2011.
BOOSE TO CONDUCT TOWN HALL MEETINGS ON STATE BUDGET ISSUES
LOCAL LEGISLATOR TO PRESENT BUDGET OUTLOOK AND IS REQUESTING FEEDBACK FROM CONSTITUENTS
State Representative Terry Boose (R- Norwalk) announced today that he will be holding two special town hall meetings in his district. The purpose of the meetings will be to give a presentation about the budget climate that the legislature faces while planning for the next state budget. After giving the presentation, the representative will open up the floor to allow constituents to make suggestions and voice their concerns.
“There is no doubt that it is going to be a tough budget year, and I wish to take this opportunity to make sure that people are fully informed,” Rep. Boose said. “Everyone is affected by this budget so it is important that people show up at one of these meetings to give me their ideas.”
The meetings will take place at the following times and locations:
- Monday, 1/31/2011 from 7 pm to 9 pm in Norwalk at the Norwalk High School’s Fisher-Titus Learning Center
- Thursday, 2/10/2011 from 7 pm to 9 pm in Pittsfield Township at the Lorain County JVS in Lecture Room B
For more information, people are encouraged to call the representative’s office at 614-466-9628. The 58th House District includes Huron County, western and southern Lorain County, and eastern Seneca County.