State Rep. Mike Henne (R-Clayton) has announced that he will be hosting district office hours in an effort to meet with the residents of the 40th Ohio House District.

“I need to hear from you in order for me to effectively represent you in Columbus,” Rep. Henne said, “which is why it’s important that I hold monthly meetings to maintain an open dialogue with my constituents.”

Rep. Henne will be hosting office hours at the Huber Heights Library Meeting Room from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 18th. The library is located at 6160 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights, Ohio 45424.

No appointment is necessary to attend these office hours and all are encouraged to participate to express their concerns and opinions.

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