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Rep. Johnson partners with cities to provide constituent services

LITHONIA U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson is partnering with area city governments to provide better constituent services to Fourth District residents.

The size of the district has expanded, and while the district office is centrally located in Lithonia, the distance from the outlying counties can be daunting for some constituents, according to his office.

Instead of opening separate offices, Johnson worked with local mayors in Covington (Mayor Ronnie Johnston), Conyers (Mayor Randy Mills), Snellville (Mayor Kelly Kautz) and North DeKalb (CEO Burrell Ellis) to use existing meeting space in respective city halls.

Fourth District constituents can now call the Lithonia office at 770-987-2291 to make an appointment with a congressional office representative at the location of their choice.

"I want to thank the respective mayors and the CEO for working with our office," said Johnson. "This way we can better serve our constituents by making services more accessible and also save taxpayer funds by holding down overhead costs. It's a win-win situation."

Congressional offices work on behalf of constituents concerning: veterans' benefits, Social Security and Medicare, military services issues, federal grants, immigration concerns, IRS, passport applications, service academy nominations, small business assistance, federal student loans, Postal Service matters and Washington, D.C., tours, among others.

Comments

dennistay53 1 year, 4 months ago

If my land starts to tilt or i can't find helium for my granddaughters birthday parties i will contact him. Otherwise Hank please stay out of north newton.

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Kornbred 1 year, 4 months ago

How nice of Hank to be so considerate of his replacement, next election. Hey Hank, they have Helium on sale at Party City!!

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termlimits 1 year, 4 months ago

Maybe Johnson can use helium balloons to keep Guam from tipping over! Google Hank Johnson - Guam - Balloons if you want a good laugh.

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Frustrated 1 year, 4 months ago

Darn, is it re-election time already? Seems like the only time we see many of our Congress people is aroun delection time.

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