In an effort to connect the residents of the 63rd Legislative House District with their voice in Springfield, State Representative Steve Reick’s (R- Woodstock) mobile office hours tour will continue in the coming weeks with stops in Harvard, Richmond and Johnsburg.
“The 63rd District is geographically very large, and includes all or portions of 18 different municipalities,” said Reick. “I’ve had great success with my mobile office hours events so far, and appreciate those individuals who have stopped by to share their opinions and suggestions about the State’s government.”
The following three dates have been added to Reick’s mobile office hours calendar:
- Monday, November 6: Harvard Diggins Library, 900 E. McKinley Street in Harvard, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
- Tuesday, November 14: Nippersink District Library, 5418 Hill Road in Richmond, 10:00 AM until 12:00 Noon
- Wednesday, December 13: Johnsburg Public Library, 3000 W. Johnsburg Road in Johnsburg, 10:00 AM until 12:00 Noon
“I recognize that my Woodstock office is not convenient for many of my constituents, and I want to make it as easy as possible for those I represent to have face-to-face conversations with me,” Reick said. “My District Office Director joins me at most of these events and is available to help citizens with issues they are having with state agencies or departments. I hope residents from throughout the 63rd District find a location near them, and stop by to share their ideas, ask questions or simply say hello.”
The 63rd Legislative House District is located in northern McHenry County, and includes all or portions of Bull Valley, Chemung, Crystal Lake, Greenwood, Harvard, Hebron, Johnsburg, Lakemoor, Marengo, McCullum Lake, McHenry, Pistakee Highlands, Richmond, Ringwood, Spring Grove, Union, Wonder Lake and Woodstock. Mobile office hours are held at least once each month during non-session times and rotate between the 18 communities.