State Rep. Luke Meerman (R-Coopersville) today announced he will hold his first office hours as representative of Michigan’s new 89th House District, which includes the townships of Allendale, Blendon, Chester, Polkton, Tallmadge, Wright, and the City of Coopersville in Ottawa County, the townships of Egelston, Fruitport, Moorland, Ravenna, and Sullivan in Muskegon County, as well as part of the township of Tyrone in Kent County.
Meerman currently serves as representative for the 88th district, but due to redistricting, will soon represent the people of the new 89th district beginning Jan. 1.
Office hours will take place throughout the month of December at the following times and locations:
- From 8 to 9 a.m. at the Delly Belly Bakery located at 288 Main St. in Coopersville
- From 8 to 9 a.m. at Fruitport Village Inn located at 340 3rd Ave. in Fruitport
- From 10 to 11 a.m. at Murphy’s Family Restaurant located at 4963 Lake Michigan Dr. in Allendale
“I am looking forward to this opportunity to meet with both my new constituents and those I continue to represent,” Meerman said. “Heading into the new legislative term, it’s important that I know each and every concern of my West Michigan neighbors who sent me to stick up for them at the capital.”
Throughout his time in office, Meerman’s legislative priorities have included reducing tax burdens on working families and seniors, improving school safety, standing up for the agricultural industry, and fighting for improved government transparency while reigning in mandates made by unelected bureaucrats.
Those who are unable to attend office hours but would like to express concerns or ideas with the representative may contact his new office starting Jan. 1 at a new phone number, 517-373-0838, or by email at LukeMeerman@House.MI.gov.
“These firearm reforms violate due process and the personal protection rights of law-abiding citizens. We certainly should not be passing legislation that restricts an individual’s second amendment rights when our broken criminal justice system is not properly enforcing the laws already in place to keep dangerous offenders behind bars.”
Local office hours are an opportunity for residents to meet one-on-one with their state representative, Luke Meerman, to discuss issues affecting the state, ask questions about state government, and request assistance with issues they are experiencing. No appointment is necessary, and all are welcome to attend.
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