Posted: Jan. 20, 2003
"OPEN DOOR AFTER 4"
DOVER -- Governor Ruth Ann
Minner would like Delawareans to come to her office and chat.
Starting Friday, Jan. 31,
the governor will hold regular sessions in her Dover and Wilmington
offices to allow residents to talk with her one-on-one. The first
“Open Door After 4” session will be in her Dover office in the
Tatnall Building next to Legislative Hall.
“I talk daily with my
constituents when traveling up and down the state,” Gov. Minner
said. “But I know there are some people I haven’t seen who have
issues they’d like to talk to me about. I hope they will take
advantage of ‘Open Door After 4’ so they have that chance.”
Delawareans interested in
participating will need to call the governor’s office to set up an
appointment. Each person will have five minutes to talk about a
topic of his/her choice. They just need to name their topic when
they call to schedule their appointment. Participants also will need
to provide their name, address, telephone number, social security
number and date of birth for security purposes.
The governor plans to hold
“Open Door After 4” regularly. The sessions will alternate between
her Dover and Wilmington offices and will generally last about two
hours. The deadline to call for an appointment will be three days
prior to the “Open Door After 4” sessions. For the first session,
the deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28.
forward to hearing from my fellow Delawareans about issues of
interest and concern to them,” Gov. Minner said. “I’m always eager
to hear from my constituents and this will offer another opportunity
for them to talk with me face-to-face.”
Any individual interested in
setting up an appointment to talk to the governor on Jan. 31 should
call Press/Policy Assistant Kelli Steele at 302-744-4220.
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