Members of District 9 U.S. Rep. Tom Graves’ office will visit Forsyth County this week to offer insight into what’s going on in Washington, D.C.
Between 1 and 3 p.m. Tuesday, they will be in the Forsyth County Administration Building to field questions about the session, Congress or local concerns.
The visit is part of the County Connection Program for Graves, a Republican from Ranger.
His district currently includes parts of Forsyth, as well as Dawson, Hall, Lumpkin and Pickens counties, among others.
The county connection effort offers a link between Congress and constituents who are unable to visit Graves’ offices in Gainesville or Dalton.
Tuesday’s visit will be his staff’s third to Forsyth this year.
According to Graves’ Web site, “Staff members are trained to assist Georgians with casework, questions and concerns pertaining to federal programs or policy issues.”
For more information, visit www.tomgraves.house.gov.