Senator Lee launches mobile office

SOUTHERN UTAH – Senator Mike Lee’s Mobile Office is a resource for constituents across Utah who might not otherwise be able to meet with casework officers or other staff at Lee’s offices in Salt Lake City and St. George.  The Mobile Office will hold events in multiple locations throughout all 29 counties within the state.  The full schedule will appear on Lee’s website and be updated periodically.

“I want my office to be open and available to all Utahans,” said Lee.  “The best way to achieve that is by going directly to them.  Utahans deal with a range of federal issues – from Social Security to veterans’ benefits to navigating the bureaucracy of the federal government – and I want to be there to help them get answers.”

The mobile office hours, dates and event locations will be regularly updated on the senator’s page.

In the unlikely event of a Mobile Office visit cancellation or postponement due to unforeseen circumstances, inclement weather, etc., affected members may call the Salt Lake City Office at 801-524-5933 or the St. George Office at 435-628-5514 for assistance.  Any Mobile Office visit that is cancelled, or postponed, will be re-scheduled for a later time to be able to best serve and accommodate local residents throughout the State of Utah.

The Schedule for Kane and Washington Counties:

Kanab – The Kane County Courthouse (Commission Chambers or Justice Courtroom)
76 North Main Street  – Dec 14, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Orderville – Orderville Town Hall (Basement Multi-Purpose Room – Handicapped Accessible)
425 East State Street (Highway 89) – Dec 14, 2011 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Hurricane – Hurricane City Offices (Council Chambers)
147 North 870 West – Dec 15, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m

Related Links:
Senator Mike Lee’s website

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