COLUMBUS—State Senator Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) is welcoming area residents to join her during district office hours on Wednesday, August 16 at the Norwalk Public Library.

"Office hours are an opportunity for me to connect with constituents in the communities where they live, work and raise their families," said Manning. "Effectively serving as your voice in the Ohio Statehouse requires, most importantly, a commitment to listening and understanding your concerns. Together, we can develop solutions that make our communities and state better for everyone."

No appointment is necessary. Office hours for Senator Manning will be held:
 

2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Norwalk Public Library
46 W. Main Street
Norwalk, Ohio 44857


If you have any questions, please contact Senator Manning's office by phone at (614) 644-7613 or by e-mail at Manning@OhioSenate.gov.

 
 
 
  
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