Rep. Scott Perry to Hold Town Meetings
YORK, PA – To give his constituents the opportunity to share their concerns regarding issues before the United States Congress and the federal government, U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-4) will be hosting a series of town meetings next week. The first meeting will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 25 at the Eureka Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Company, 82 North Main St., Stewartstown. The second town meeting will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, July 26 at the Hanover Hospital Wellness and Education Center, 400 York Street, Hanover.
Constituents will be updated by Congressman Perry on the issues currently facing Congress, including the federal budget, job creation, immigration and health care. Afterwards, Congressman Perry will welcome questions on these and other federal issues.
“For me to effectively represent my constituents in Congress, I regularly need – and seek - their feedback on the issues facing our country,” Perry said.
These town meetings continue Congressman Perry’s efforts to actively solicit constituent feedback. Since taking office in January, he has met with hundreds of constituents via individual meetings and site visits, conducted in-person town and tele-town meetings, and aggressively has utilized social media to interact with the citizens he serves. Nearly 10,000 constituents have signed up for regular updates via Congressman Perry’s e-newsletter, Facebook or Twitter pages. Social media venues such as these allow him to solicit constituent feedback and provide information on the issues before Congress, while also saving hard-earned taxpayer resources.
A third town meeting will be announced in the coming weeks. Residents who are unable to attend such meetings in person are welcomed to contact Congressman Perry and his staff at any of his offices, or via Perry.House.Gov, where they can sign up for e-mail updates and for his new Facebook, Twitter and You Tube pages.