Tuesday, March 29


CRAPO OFFICE TRAVELS TO EMMETT, MCCALL, NEW MEADOWS Senator’s staff plans for more regular remote office hours Boise - To better assist Idahoans with questions and issues concerning federal agencies and policies, Idaho Senator Mike Crapo’s office is increasing its presence in Southwestern Idaho cities. Crapo’s staff has begun a regular rotation of remote office hours on behalf of the Senator across the southwest part of the state. Crapo’s Regional Director Bryan Ricker will travel to a number of southwest cities and counties on a rotating basis each month. This month, Ricker will be in Adams, Gem and Valley counties, and can assist Idahoans with any questions or problems related to federal agencies or with problems regarding federal programs. Crapo Remote Office Hours schedule: Monday, April 4: Emmett Emmett City Hall, 501 E. Main St., 11:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 11: McCall McCall Public Library, Idaho History Room, 218 E. Park St., 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 12: New Meadows Meadows Valley Public Library, 400 Virginia Ave., 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. To directly link to this news release, please use the following address: http://crapo.senate.gov/media/newsreleases/release_full.cfm?id=332149 Learn more about the issues before Congress at http://crapo.senate.gov/ and sign up for Senator Crapo’s monthly e-newsletter.

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