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Anderson, Barker, Wittman Hosting Town Hall Meetings

By Potomac Local News July 9, 2014 12:44 pm

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Virginia State Senator George Barker and Delegate Rich Anderson meet in Lake Ridge to discuss legislative priorities for 2013. [Uriah Kiser/Potomac Local News]

Virginia State Senator George Barker and Delegate Rich Anderson meet in Lake Ridge to discuss legislative priorities for 2013. [Uriah Kiser/Potomac Local News]

WOODBRIDGE, Va. – Local legislators will hold a series of town hall meetings beginning tonight.

The meetings will both be held in Woodbridge, tonight at the Prince William County Government Center’s McCoart Building at tomorrow night at the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building.

Here’s more in a press release from Virginia Delegate Richard Anderson:

JOINT HOUSE-SENATE LEGISLATIVE TOWN HALL:  This Wednesday, July 9, 7-9pm, Del. Rich Anderson (R-51st) and Sen. George Barker (D-39) will host their annual post-legislative session town hall in the chambers of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors at the James J. McCoart Government Complex, 1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA. This is an official, bipartisan event that Del. Anderson and Sen. Barker traditionally host each year after the annual legislative session. They will discuss the session, look ahead to future sessions, and answer questions from attendees.

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1ST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT TOWN HALL:  This Thursday, July 10, 7-9pm, Congressman Robert J. Wittman will host a “Congressional District Town Hall on Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases” at the Dr. A. J. Ferlazzo Government Complex, 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Woodbridge, VA. The meeting will be in the Locust Shade Room and will address the warm-weather dangers of tick-borne diseases.

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