If you go
District 7 U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall will be available at the following dates and locations this month:
• Forsyth County Republican Party and Republican Women of Forsyth County joint meeting at 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Golden Corral restaurant on Market Place Boulevard in Cumming.
• Telephone town hall meeting set for 7 p.m. Tuesday. Call (877) 229-8493 and enter passcode 17849.
• Forsyth County town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Jan. 31 in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Forsyth County Administration Building, 110 East Main St. in Cumming.
District 7 U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall won’t be difficult to find in the next few weeks.
The congressman will be in Forsyth County twice this month and will also hold a telephone town hall meeting on Tuesday night.
“Maximum accessibility is the norm for my office,” said Woodall, a Republican from Lawrenceville whose district includes the bottom half of Forsyth.
“With a [newly realigned] district, which now includes most of Forsyth County, I’m making every effort to connect with my new constituents early so they can be as involved as possible in the critical decisions facing our nation.”
First up for Woodall, who was recently tapped to chair the Republican Study Committee’s Budget and Spending Task Force, will be addressing a joint meeting Saturday morning of the Forsyth County Republican Party and Republican Women of Forsyth County.
The event is set for 8:30 a.m. at Golden Corral restaurant on Market Place Boulevard in Cumming.
He will return to the county Jan. 31 for a town-hall style meeting at the Forsyth County Administration Building. Topics will include the fiscal cliff, gun control and debt ceiling.
As during the fiscal cliff talks, Woodall said he wants to “ensure that those I represent made their voices heard, and to ensure that they were kept informed throughout the entire process.”
“Now with the White House working to circumvent Congress on gun-control legislation, as well as another looming debt ceiling increase, it’s important that I hear what those I represent have to say on these issues,” he said.