State Rep. Julie Calley welcomes residents to attend office hours in two communities in February.
Rep. Calley will meet with constituents on the following dates:
- Friday, Feb. 21 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Revival Café, 75 North Bridge St. in Saranac for an informal group conversation; and
- Monday, Feb. 24 at the Barry County Courthouse, Commissioners’ Chambers, 220 W. State St., Hastings. Individual meetings from 1 to 2 p.m. followed by a legislative update from 2 to 2:30 p.m.
“I continue to be impressed with the variety of issues raised at local office hours,” Rep. Calley said. “This is a wonderful opportunity for me to learn more about the topics that really matter to people.”
During the winter, if the school district closest to the office hours location is closed for inclement weather, office hours in that area will also be cancelled.
No appointment is necessary. Out of consideration for other attendees, individual meetings will be kept to 10 minutes each. If you would like additional time or are unable to attend the scheduled office hours, please contact Rep. Calley via email at JulieCalley@house.mi.gov or by calling her at 517-373-0842.
State Rep. Julie Calley this week helped lead a group of House Republican lawmakers who announced a plan aimed at giving the people of Michigan more certainty and control by allowing for data-driven COVID-19 responses that reflect conditions in local communities.
Rep. Calley, a member of the Legislature’s Joint Select Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, says a plan unveiled Tuesday at the Capitol reflects a focus on localized approaches JSC members heard about just this week.
A group of House Republican legislators today labeled the latest emergency order issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regarding indoor visitation in nursing homes as a step in the right direction, adding there is still more work to be done.
State Rep. Julie Calley today said she looks forward to a stronger partnership between representatives of the people, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration and the state’s Department of Health and Human Services to address COVID-19.