Local residents invited to attend Friday, Feb. 19
State Rep. Andrew Fink, of Adams Township, will host his first ever in-district office hours discussion on Friday, Feb. 19.
No appointments are required to attend. The meetings will be held at the following times and locations:
- From 9 to 10 a.m. at Spangler’s Hilltop Diner located at 601 E. Chicago Road in Jonesville
- From 1 to 2 p.m. at Quincy Diner located at E. Chicago St. in Quincy
The first-term lawmaker said he looks forward to discussing the COVID relief plan that was recently approved by the House, as well as his newly introduced legislation streamlining and clarifying laws surrounding knife carrying and possession, in addition to any questions or concerns brought forth by local residents in attendance.
“I was elected to represent our local Branch and Hillsdale County values,” Fink said. “Office hours give me the opportunity to hear directly from those I represent about their concerns, questions and ideas they have about state government and law.”
Those who are unable to attend Rep. Fink’s local office hours, but would still like the opportunity to voice a concern, are welcome to contact his Lansing office at (517) 373-1794 or AndrewFink@House.MI.gov.
State Rep. Andrew Fink, of Adams Township, issued the following statement after Michigan’s Board of State Canvassers refused to certify the signatures of Unlock Michigan’s petition seeking to repeal a law deemed unconstitutional that Gov. Whitmer previously used to issue pandemic orders.
State Rep. Andrew Fink, of Adams Township, today delivered testimony before the House Local Government Committee on his plan to ensure local municipalities do not enact knife ordinances that are stricter than state law.
Rep. Fink talks about his testimony Wednesday before the House Local Government Committee on his plan, HB 4066, to ensure local municipalities do not enact knife ordinances that are stricter than state law.