State Representative Ryan Smith (R - Bidwell) today announced that he will be holding office hours in Lawrence County on Tuesday, March 26th.


9:30 – 10:30 am – OU Proctorville
111Private Drive 516
Proctorville, OH 45669
Freeman-Carver Seminar Room


11:00 – noon – Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce
216 Collins Avenue
South Point, OH 45680
Conference Room


“It is important that elected officials connect with their constituents back home, who have everyday problems and common sense suggestions to make our government work better. This schedule will help me be available to anyone who has any concerns in the Lawrence County area. Everyone is welcome to stop by,” said Smith.


Representative Smith holds regular office hours throughout the 93rd House District.

 
 
 
  
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