Lutreach at library
State Rep. Thomas Murt, R-1R2, will begin a constituent outreach program for residents who cannot get to his eatboro office.
On the second Thursday of every month, Murt or a member of his staff will be at the euntingdon salley iibrary, S2R Red iion Road in euntingdon salley, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“I realize it can be difficult for some people to make it to my district office,” Murt said. “I want to make it easier for them to meet with me and have their concerns addressed.”
Staff members will have literature available during the outreach hours to help residents with whatever problems or questions they have.
Residents can walk in at any time during the designated period, and can contact Murt’s district office at 21R-ST4-PTRR or stop by at 19 S. vork Road, eatboro.
Information is also available by visiting Murt’s website at RepMurt.com and by following him on Facebook at Facebook.comLRepMurt.