State Representative Sarah LaTourette (R-Bainbridge Township) today announced that she will hold open office hours in the 76th House District throughout the month of September.


“As the Legislature prepares to resume Session at the end of September, I hope to get feedback from my constituents at district office hours on bills that are pending consideration in the General Assembly,” LaTourette said.


Geauga County district office hours will be held at the Geauga West Library, 13455 Chillicothe Road in Chesterland on the following dates:


Tuesday, September 8th from 5-7 PM


Friday, September 25th from 3-5 PM


Portage County district office hours will be held at the Garrettsville Library, 10482 South Street in Garrettsville on the following dates:


Tuesday, September 15th from 1-3 PM


Monday, September 21st from 1-3 PM


No appointment is necessary and all are encouraged to participate.


The office hours are not sponsored by the Geauga County Public Library or the Portage County District Library.

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