John Boehner to hold 'Open Door' meetings with constituents

WEST CHESTER, Ohio -- Speaker of the House John Boehner is set to hold a series of “open door” meetings in the Tri-State this week.

The series of meetings will give his constituents an opportunity to meet face-to-face with members of his staff and talk about the issues facing them.

"Open Door is just one of the many ways constituents can voice their opinions, express their concerns and seek answers to their questions," Boehner said via a releas. "I hope that these sessions will encourage 8th District residents to speak out and be engaged in their government."

The times and locations for the meetings are as follows:

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

9am - Union City Village Offices (419 East Elm St.)
10:30am - Darke County Administrative Building (520 South Bdwy.)
12pm - Bradford Municipal Building (115 North Miami Ave.)
1pm - Covington Village Hall (1 South High St.)
2:30pm - Pleasant Hill Village Offices (8 West High St.)
3:30pm - Piqua Municipal Building (201 West Water St.)

Thursday, July 3, 2014

11am - Lewisburg Village Offices (116 South Commerce St.)
12pm - Preble County Council on Aging (800 East St. Clair St.)
1:30pm - Camden Village Offices (56 North Main St.)
2:30pm - Oxford Municipal Building (101 East High St.)
3:30pm - Reily Township Community Center (6061 Reily Millville Rd.)

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