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US Rep. Dan Meuser (R-9) officially opened his District Office in Palmyra yesterday.
Rep Meuser will share the space at 1044 E. Main Street in Palmyra with State Rep. Frank Ryan (R-101).
“Lebanon County is a vital part of the 9th District, and this office ensures my team is able to provide easily accessible assistance to Lebanon County families,” said Rep. Meuser in the release. “I’m pleased we’ll be working alongside State Rep. Frank Ryan and his terrific team.”
Meuser’s district office staff includes Karen Ludwig, constituent services representative, a PA National Guard vet who lives in Lebanon County. Ludwig and a couple other members of the Meuser staff attended the Lebanon County Commissioners meeting a couple weeks ago to introduce themselves.
The office will be staffed full-time during the week, with Meuser’s staff available to meet with constituents and initiate constituent casework requests.
Meuse also opened a District Office in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, this week. An additional office is planned for Berks County, with satellite office hours available in the rest of Meuser’s large district, which also includes Luzerne, Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, and Carbon Counties.
An earlier version of this post had the incorrect street number for the office. We regret the error.