Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) announced today that he will hold district office hours in Pike County on Monday, April 27th at 8:30 a.m. at the Pike County Commissioner’s Conference Room, 230 Waverly Plaza, Waverly, OH 45690.  

The in-district office hours are to encourage constituents from around the region to share their thoughts, one-on-one, with Speaker Rosenberger. Conversations about state government, state agencies, and related issues are welcomed.

“I look forward to hearing directly from my constituents,“ said Speaker Rosenberger. “I want to work with the people of the 91st District to make sure their views on state government are being considered. Keeping Ohio business friendly is a priority of mine, and I look forward to engaging in those conversations with the residents of my district.”

No appointment is necessary and all are encouraged to participate.

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