Webb Site in Waynesboro next week

Item by Chris Graham

Jim Webb is bringing a Webb Site to Waynesboro next week.
The senator will hold staff office hours at the Waynesboro Public Library on Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to noon. Constituents in Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County can use the office hours to address questions related to Social Security and Medicare benefits, immigrations issues, federal student loans, military service and more.
“Constituent service is deeply important to me and my staff,” Webb said. “My new ‘Webb Sites’ program is designed to make my Senate office more accessible to the people of Virginia.”
For more information about “Webb Sites” in your area, please visit: www.webb.senate.gov or call Louise Ware at 804.771.2221.

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