OTTAWA, Ill. — The office of Congressman Kinzinger holds traveling office hours to assist residents across the 16th Congressional District.
Constituents are encouraged to stop by and ask questions or seek assistance about any issues they may have with federal agencies ranging from Medicare and Social Security to veterans benefits and immigration issues.
Caseworkers and field representatives will be available at the traveling office hours to facilitate questions and personally address any problems residents may have. No appointments are necessary.
One of the times scheduled in Grundy County will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the community room at Morris City Hall, 700 N. Division St., Morris.
In Livingston County, Kinzinger’s office will stop from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, at Pontiac City Hall, 115 W. Howard St., Pontiac.
Due to the House schedule, Congressman Kinzinger will not be present at the traveling office hours.
Those who cannot attend the traveling office hours, but have questions can contact the Ottawa District Office at (815) 431-9271.