Brady's 'traveling office hours'          Send a link to a friend 

[JULY 23, 2005]  BLOOMINGTON -- State Sen. Bill Brady, R-44th District, will be sending a member of his staff to meet with residents of Macon County on July 26.

Brady calls this service his "traveling office hours," whereby citizens can seek assistance from his office about problems with a state government agency or to express their opinions on legislation pending in Springfield.

Brady's traveling office hours will be at the Forsyth district office, 332 W. Marion Avenue, Suite N-1, from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., and at the Argenta Public Library, 100 E. Water, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. July 26. Residents from Decatur, Forsyth and Warrensburg are invited to stop in at the Forsyth office, and residents from Argenta and Maroa are welcome to stop in at the Argenta Public Library to meet with Brady's staff.

"This service brings my office to your hometown," Brady said. "Another service is my e-mail newsletter. Sign up at for weekly updates from Bloomington. We discuss legislation and other issues of interest to constituents."

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Area residents can stop by anytime during the traveling office hours to meet with a member of the senator's staff. Appointments are not necessary.

Those who are unable to attend but wish to express a concern on legislation or need assistance with a state agency may write to Sen. Bill Brady, 2203 Eastland Drive, Suite 3, Bloomington, IL 61704; or 105-D State House, Springfield, IL 62706. Please include your return address on the outside of the envelope.

People requiring special accommodations should call (217) 782-6216 at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled office hours.

[News release from Sen. Bill Brady]

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