LANSING – Sen. John Proos announced today that he will hold a tele-town hall meeting on Wednesday evening to discuss the year’s accomplishments and listen to residents’ priorities for the coming year. It will be the latest in a series of tele-town halls Proos has held throughout his time in the state Legislature.
“Tele-town halls are an example of using technology to hear the viewpoints of residents, recap with them the year’s achievements and start laying the groundwork for the next year,” said Proos, R-St. Joseph. “I look forward to talking with residents about the many important issues facing our state: our successes and challenges. Listening to constituents is vitally important to serving the hard-working people of Southwest Michigan to the best of my ability.”
Proos’ tele-town hall meeting will take place Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 6:30 p.m. Residents wishing to participate may join the meeting by calling 877-228-2184 and entering passcode 19012.
Residents unable to participate in the tele-town hall may contact Proos’ office at any time by calling 1-517-373-6960 or by email at SenJProos@senate.michigan.gov.
Sen. Proos is currently serving the second year of a four-year term that began in 2011. He represents the 21st Senate District which includes all of Berrien and Cass counties and all of Van Buren County except Paw Paw and Antwerp Townships.