Columbus - 
State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Copley) will hold open office hours throughout the district on Saturday, December 10. "Since entering the Senate in January, my Columbus office has received a steady stream of emails and calls from the folks here at home," said LaRose. "District office hours serve as another avenue for area residents to share their opinions and concerns, and I look forward to spending time with them." No appointment is necessary. Office hours will be held at the following locations: 8 - 10 AM Barberton City Hall 576 W. Park Ave Barberton 44203 11 AM - 1 PM Cuyahoga Falls Public Library, Graefe Room 2015 Third Street Cuyahoga Falls 44221 2 - 4 PM Twinsburg City Hall 10075 Ravenna Road Twinsburg 44087
Senator LaRose represents the 27th Senate District which includes part of Summit County. He is the Vice Chairman of both the Senate Highways and Transportation Committee and the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review.
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