State Rep. Tom Leonard has opened his Lansing office to help serve the people of the 93rd House District and announced contact information for residents to easily reach him.
Rep. Leonard may be contacted at (517) 373-1778; mail correspondence at N-1197 House Office Building,P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909-7514; or e-mail him at email@example.com.
“I am eager to hear the concerns and suggestions of residents in communities throughout the 93rd District,” said Leonard, R-DeWitt Township. “I am honored to have this opportunity to represent the hard-working families in Clinton and Gratiot counties. I encourage anyone with a question to contact my office so that I may be of assistance.”
Leonard announced he has hired Phil Goodrich and Larry Fouts as his legislative aides. He added he is ready to get to work, with the first House session scheduled for noon on Jan. 9.
“I will work hard so we can continue to move Michigan forward, creating good-paying jobs so our children and grandchildren will have a solid future here,” Leonard said. “Much has been done to create a better economic environment in Michigan, but more can be accomplished by cutting needless regulations and making government more effective and efficient.”
Rep. Leonard is in the process of planning office hours in the district so that he can meet with residents and share legislative updates.
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