COLUMBUS - 

State Senator Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) will meet with Lorain County residents during district office hours at the Amherst Public Library onFriday, October 2, 2015

"District office hours provide Lorain County residents an opportunity to discuss ideas about how state government can best serve the needs of their families and our community," said Manning. “As the Ohio Senate begins the fall legislative session, I look forward to sharing these concerns with my colleagues as we deliberate and vote on legislation in the coming months.”

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

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Amherst Public Library
221 Spring Street
Amherst, Ohio 44001


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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