Legislator will be available to answer questions, listen to concerns
State Rep. Bradley Slagh, of Zeeland, today announced an opportunity for local residents to join him during scheduled office hours in the month of August. Weather permitting, outdoor table reservations have been made at each location, but will move inside if needed.
“Staying connected to our community is of upmost importance, especially given the new challenges that have arisen during the past several months,” Rep. Slagh said. “I look forward to meeting with constituents and hearing their concerns and ideas.”
Slagh also noted that as the new school year approaches, many parents may have questions regarding student safety, remote learning and more. He looks forward to discussing education with parents and teachers.
Rep. Slagh will be available at the following times and locations:
- Friday, Aug. 21
- From 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at The Good Earth Café located at 14 East 7th Street in Holland
- Saturday, Aug. 22
- From 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Mainstreet Beanery located at 209 East Main Ave. in Zeeland
- From 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. at Signatures Coffee & Espresso located at 6375 Balsam Dr. Suite 100 in Hudsonville
No appointments are necessary to attend office hours. Those unable to attend at the scheduled times who would still like an opportunity to talk with Rep. Slagh may call his office at (517) 373-0830 or email BradleySlagh@house.mi.gov.
A group of House Republican legislators today labeled the latest emergency order issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regarding indoor visitation in nursing homes as a step in the right direction, adding there is still more work to be done.
Rep. Slagh talks about House passage Tuesday of his HB 6100, which amends Michigan’s Public Threat Alert System Act to further define “public threat” and restrict use of the public alert system for the enactment of executive orders or new laws. Rep. Slagh says issuing an alert earlier in 2020 to announce a well-known mask […]
“I have every bit of confidence in our nursing facilities to be able to facilitate impactful visitation opportunities for residents while also prioritizing safety measures and infection control protocols,” Slagh said. “We need to protect our most vulnerable, but we must also explore solutions that account for their quality of life and overall well-being.”