State Senator Andy Dinniman is turning to fiber optics and touch tone phones to keep constituents in the know about key state and local issues affecting Chester County.
In addition to the regular e-mail updates the Senator sends and the daily Facebook and Twitter posts about issues important to Chester County, the two-term Senator announced last week he will hold a live telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 28 at 7 p.m.
“As we get into the 2015-16 legislative session, these telephone town halls are a great way for me to keep in touch with constituents and the issues that are important to them,” Dinniman said.
This is a wonderful opportunity for Western Chester County residents concerned about property taxes, the Parkesburg train station, or the status of Parkesburg’s West Bridge Street bridge project, to speak with a government official who knows and understands our town and region.
At the time of the meeting, constituents who have signed up will receive a phone call on their land lines with instructions on how to participate.
“You simply need to answer the call to participate in the conversation. You will then be connected and receive information on how to take part in the town hall,” Dinniman said.
Residents of Parkesburg, Atglen and West Sadsbury who wish to participate in Senator Dinniman’s town hall telephone forum can find additional information at Senator Dinniman’s website here or by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling his district office at 610-692-2112.
Top photo courtesy of Senator Dinniman’s office.