WARREN — State Representative Bill Pluecker will host a virtual constituent meeting Saturday, March 6 at 10 a.m. for residents of Appleton, Hope, Union, and Warren.
Rep. Pluecker has made it his priority to create as many opportunities as possible to be open and accessible for his constituents, a news release noted.
He plans on providing an update on work he and the full legislature have been active in since the beginning of this legislature, as well as learning from anyone who might be having problems with a government agency where his office can help.
Before the pandemic, he would meet regularly in cafes and libraries to have one-on-one meetings, and has already met this year in this virtual manner where residents discussed PFAS and access to food.
“The work of the legislature is the work of the people of Maine,” said Rep. Pluecker. “Without regular consultation and conversation with the people of my district, I can’t get that work done. With current restrictions, it is more difficult to stay in contact than before, so please take the time to attend our meeting or get in touch another way.”
Residents that are interested in participating in the meeting should RSVP with Representative Pluecker’s staff at email@example.com.
For anyone that cannot make the scheduled time, but would like to connect with Representative Pluecker, they can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 273-3044.
Pluecker is serving his second term in Augusta and is serving on the Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry Committee, as well as the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee.