Maloney to Continue “Speak with Sean” Town Halls and Neighborhood Office Hours in North Salem
Newburgh, NY — On Saturday March 4th, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) will continue his “Speak with Sean” series by holding a town hall in North Salem. Neighborhood Office Hours are an opportunity for constituents to share any questions, comments and concerns one-on-one with Rep. Maloney. Last week, Rep. Maloney kicked off his 2017 series of “Speak with Sean” town halls and neighborhood office hours by holding events in Poughkeepsie, Fishkill and Newburgh.
“No matter what side of the aisle you’re on, I know a lot of people have questions or concerns about what is going on down in Washington and neighborhood office hours give me the chance to answer many of their questions in person,” said Rep. Maloney, who has hosted nearly 90 Speak with Sean events since joining Congress in 2013. “Folks should know I am here to listen and get things done for them and I look forward to holding even more town halls in the coming weeks – both telephone and in-person town halls.”
At “Speak with Sean” events, Rep. Maloney and his staff are available to assist with any problems folks from the Hudson Valley may be having with federal agencies, such as the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or the Veterans Administration. Rep. Maloney’s office has handled over 4,100 individual cases, and so far, Rep. Maloney has helped return more than $6.6 million to Hudson Valley taxpayers who were owed Social Security checks, veterans’ benefits, tax refunds and other payments from the federal government.
WHO: Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
WHEN: Saturday, March 4th from 10:30AM-11:30AM
WHERE: Westchester Exceptional Children’s School at 520 NY-22 in North Salem
In addition to posting “Speak with Sean” information on Rep. Maloney’s official website, the information has been made public on his Facebook page, and Twitter account. Constituents who have signed up for Rep. Maloney’s e-Newsletter program will receive an email and many constituents will receive a phone call inviting them to attend the event being held in their neighborhood.