State Assemblyman Jay Webber and Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, representing the 26th District, will be available for questions and conversation with members of the public at the Kinnelon Municipal Building Wednesday.
During the Mobile Office Hours event, citizens are able to meet with the legislators in person, apply to become notaries and share ideas and concerns. The state legislators will be in Kinnelon from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
“One of the best parts of Assembly service is meeting the residents we represent, hearing their stories, and figuring out how we might help make their lives better,” Assemblyman Jay Webber said in a press release. “Our mobile office hours are just another way we can do more of that.”
DeCroce said the office hours make it easier for the public to have access to state government.
"Going on the road with mobile office hours makes it easier for our constituents, and that accessibility allows us to serve them and our communities better,” she said.
District 26 includes Kinnelon, Butler, West Milford, Montville, Lincoln Park, Morris Plains, Parsippany, Rockaway, North Caldwell, Fairfield, Verona and West Caldwell.