State Rep. Julie Alexander today invited Jackson County residents to a community office hour event on Friday, Oct. 22.
Alexander will host the event from 3-4 p.m. on the fifth floor at the Jackson County Tower Building, 120 W. Michigan Ave. in Jackson.
No appointment is required to attend office hours, which are open to the public. Alexander will provide an update on her efforts in the Michigan Legislature, and she welcomes people from the Jackson community to come share their stories and provide input on the issues facing the state and community.
Alexander represents the 64th House District, which includes the city of Jackson; the villages of Concord, Hanover and Parma; and Concord, Hanover, Napoleon, Parma, Pulaski, Sandstone, Spring Arbor and Summit townships.
State Rep. Julie Alexander and the Michigan House of Representatives on Thursday approved a supplemental budget to provide additional support for public safety officers, as well as first responders.
State Rep. Julie Alexander, chair of the House Agriculture Committee, today called on the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) to run a new program efficiently to help farmers reduce phosphorus runoff and limit harmful algae growth in Lake Erie.
Accompanied by a businessman from the Jackson area, state Rep. Julie Alexander on Wednesday asked the Senate Committee on Natural Resources to advance her plan to allow the exportation of live bait from Michigan.
State Rep. Julie Alexander today praised the Office of Auditor General (OAG) for its thorough work maintaining accountability in state government after the office reported that ineffective leadership and operations at Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) contributed to a multibillion-dollar payment of benefits to ineligible recipients.