Sunday, August 2, 2015

Councilman Jones to Open District Office

Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. is set to open a district office this weekend. He previously did not have an office in the district, which covers parts of East Falls, Roxborough, Manayunk, Wynnefield and Overbrook.

Councilman Jones to Open District Office

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Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. is set to open a district office this weekend. He previously did not have an office in the district, which covers parts of East Falls, Roxborough, Manayunk, Wynnefield and Overbrook.

Here's the press release:

Who: Councilman Curtis Jones Jr.
When: Saturday, September 25th at 12:00PM
Where: 5398 Wynnefield Avenue, located within the Pinn Memorial Business Center
What: 4th District Local Office Opening


Please join Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. in celebrating the opening of his first 4th District Local Office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony followed with a reception for all on Saturday, September 25th from 12noon to 2pm, at 5398 Wynnefield Avenue. The afternoon will be filled with direct assistance for constituents, games and entertainment for children and families along with treats and give-aways for all.

The grand opening of Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. first local district office is a continuous effort of service being a key priority of his tenure and offices. “As a freshman council member, a main initiative of mine was to convey better local accessible constituent services to the community,” states Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr.

At the local office, the Councilman’s staff will offer direct service to assist constituents with their individual needs and concerns, ranging from zoning, to streets’ maintenance. The local office is the first to open of multiple satellite offices within the 4th district, the Councilman hopes to create in the near future. The announcement of the second local office location will be announced shortly. We look forward to meeting you and hearing of how we can be of more service.
 

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