Senator Jansen announces opening of Senate office
LANSING—State Sen. Mark C. Jansen announced that his Lansing office is open and that he is looking forward to hitting the ground running as the Senate begins its new session.
“These are exciting and demanding times for everyone in Michigan,” said Jansen, R-Gaines Township. “I want the residents of my district to know that we are here, and we are already hard at work to get the state back on track.”
Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville said he is looking forward to working with Jansen.
“Sen. Jansen brings with him an abundance of legislative and business experience, along with knowledge that will be critical to the Senate’s success over the next four years,” said Richardville, R-Monroe. “I’ve drawn upon Sen. Jansen’s expertise by naming him to many key committees, but I’m particularly excited by his chairmanship of Reforms, Restructuring, and Reinventing. This is the direction we need to go to achieve our goals.”
Richardville has appointed Jansen to the following Senate committees and subcommittees:
- Reforms, Restructuring, Reinventing (chairman)
- Finance/Tax Policy (vice chair)
- Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth Subcommittee (chair)
- Retirement Subcommittee (chair)
- General Government Subcommittee (vice chair)
- Human Services Subcommittee (vice chair)
- Capital Outlay Subcommittee
“I am honored to be appointed to these committees, and I am humbled by the responsibility,” said Jansen. “As we move forward, my staff and I are here to assist constituents. If anyone has questions, comments or a problem they need help with, they should feel free to contact my office.”
District residents may contact Jansen by e-mail at MJansen@senate.michigan.gov or toll-free at (866) 305-2128. His standard office phone number is (517) 373-0797, and the mailing address is P.O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI, 48909.
Sen. Jansen’s office is located in Room S-310 of the Michigan Capitol.
The 28th Senate District includes the townships of Ada, Algoma, Alpine, Bowne, Byron, Caledonia, Cannon, Courtland, Gaines, Grand Rapids, Nelson, Oakfield, Plainfield, Solon, Spencer and Tyrone, and the cities of Cedar Springs, East Grand Rapids, Rockford, Walker and Wyoming.
Posted: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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