WOODS CROSS — The office of Utah Senator Mike Lee, a Republican, will be accessible on Wednesday, Dec. 12 in two locations in Davis County.
Lee won’t attend the events, but his staff will be available.
“Utahns deal with a range of federal issues – from Social Security to veterans benefits to navigating the bureaucracy of the federal government – and I want to be there to help them get answers,” Lee said on his website.
Residents who can’t attend the meetings can “request, arrange and confirm a specific mobile office appointment for yourself at a previously scheduled date, time and location; recommend a future mobile office visit, date, and time, to a location near you; or request an educational presentation on the U.S. Constitution and the Process of Government,” by visiting lee.senate.gov.
The mobile office will be in Fruit Heights at City Hall, 910 S. Mountain Road, from 10 a.m. until noon on Wednesday.
It will be in Centerville at City Hall from 1 until 3 p.m. The address is 250 N. Main Street.