Willis Hosts Satellite Office Hours
WOOD DALE, Ill. – In an effort to increase accessibility to her constituent services resources, state Rep. Kathleen Willis, D-Addison, met with local residents at the Wood Dale Public Library on Wednesday.
“I have been spending much of my time talking to constituents at their doors, on the phone and at public events because some people may have difficulty finding the time to visit our district office in Northlake,” said Willis. “Busy schedules, prior commitments, and transportation may be factors that make it challenging for residents to stop by and learn about to the many ways my office can help, so I think it is important for me to go to them.”
Willis’ Satellite Office Hours is one way that the lawmaker keeps her promise to be open and accessible to all residents of the 77th District. Residents can stop by during the time of the office hours and talk to Willis or her staff about any questions, concerns, or issues they may have regarding the State of Illinois.
“I would like to thank everybody who stopped by to learn more about what services are offered through my office, as well as to voice their concerns regarding our state government,” said Willis. “I want people to know that this office belongs to them and they are always welcome to reach out for any state-related issue they encounter.”
Kathleen Willis is serving her third term in the Illinois General Assembly as State Representative of the 77th District, which includes O’Hare Airport and portions of Addison, Bellwood, Bensenville, Franklin Park, Maywood, Melrose Park, Northlake, Stone Park, and Wood Dale.