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Collins announces mobile office hours for week of April 8

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Representative Doug Collins (R-GA) has announced additional mobile office hours for his Constituent Service Representatives the week of April 8, 2013. Collins' office staffers will meet with Ninth District constituents in Banks, Jackson, Stephens and Habersham counties to discuss federal issues and concerns they may have.

Collins has held mobile office hours in every county in the Ninth District during his first 10 weeks in office, according to his congressional office.

"I made a commitment to the people of Georgia's Ninth District to run an efficient office using the most fiscally responsible methods," said Collins. "And I believe we've taken the first step in accomplishing that goal by scheduling mobile office hours in every county of our district during my first two and a half months in office."

Upcoming mobile office hours are as follows:

Banks County Mobile Office
When: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 9:00 a.m.
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