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Congressman Hice Announces February Mobile Office Hours

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Monroe, January 30, 2017 | comments

Monroe, GA – In an ongoing effort to provide excellent constituent services, Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) will host Mobile Office Hours with two opportunities for 10th District residents to meet with his staff in February.  Mobile Office Hours provides residents who are unable to visit the Congressman’s office because of time or location restrictions the opportunity to meet with a knowledgeable member of his staff to discuss their concerns, share their priorities, or seek help with a federal agency.

“While I'm hard at work in Washington, D.C., I have a dedicated full-time team in the 10th Congressional District who stand willing and ready to help," said Congressman Hice.  “If you have questions regarding Social Security benefits, Medicare, immigration, veterans’ benefits, the IRS, and other federal programs, I hope you will take advantage of my Mobile Office Hours.  This month, my staff will set up shop at the Greene County Farm Bureau in Greensboro and then pay a special visit to the members of the Loganville Senior Center.”

Greene County, GA
(Staff from Sens. Johnny Isakson & David Perdue’s offices will also be present)
Friday, February 10
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Greene County Government Office
Commission Meeting Room
1034 Silver Drive
Greensboro, GA 

In addition to the Greene County meeting, Congressman Hice will send a staff member to the Loganville Senior Center to make a private presentation to its local participants.  To request an informational session for an organization or group, please call the Monroe office at 770-207-1776 to schedule an event. 

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