State Representative Tom Bennett is taking his office on the road this spring to meet with local residents throughout the 106th district. On Thursday, May 21st, the Livingston County communities of Dwight, Odell and Chatsworth will host Representative Bennett’s traveling office hours at their local public libraries.
“In a district as large and diverse as ours, traveling office hours helps me to keep in touch with constituents from each of the communities, and helps residents who may find it difficult or inconvenient to travel to my district offices,” Representative Bennett said. “I hope everyone in Dwight, Odell and Chatsworth who would like to speak with me or my staff about a problem or idea, or just wants to say hello, will stop by their local library on the 21st.”
Representative Bennett (legislative session schedule permitting) or a member of his staff will be available on Thursday, May 21st at the following times and locations:
• Prairie Creek Public Library, 501 Carriage House Ln, Dwight 11 am – Noon
• Odell Public Library, 301 E. Richard St., Odell 1 – 2 pm
• Baltz Library of Chatsworth Township, 501 E. School St., Chatsworth 3 – 4 pm
No appointments are necessary and walk-ins are welcome. Constituents can always reach Representative Bennett’s district offices by calling 815.432.0106 (Watseka) or 815.844.9179 (Pontiac).