Webber and DeCroce Coming to Jefferson
You can ask questions of the pair at the Municipal Building on Wednesday.
Do you have questions for your local assembly representatives? Wednesday is the day to get them answered, since Assemblyman Jay Webber and Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce will be at the Jefferson municipal building from 4 - 6 p.m. on Wednesday holding local Mobile Office Hours.
During Mobile Office Hours, citizens can conveniently walk in to meet personally with their State Legislators, share their ideas about state policies, apply to become Notaries Public, and seek help with State agencies, according to a press release from Webber and DeCroce.
Although their Assembly District Office in Parsippany is open to residents every weekday during normal business hours, Assemblyman Webber and Assemblywoman DeCroce are bringing Mobile Office Hours to each municipality as part of their constant traveling throughout the 26th District to meet with constituents and attend local events, the release said.
“One of the best parts of Assembly service is meeting the residents we represent, hearing their stories, and figuring out how we might help make their lives better,” Webber said. “Our mobile office hours are just another way we can do more of that.”
“Going on the road with mobile office hours makes it easier for our constituents, and that accessibility allows us to serve them and our communities better," DeCroce said.