Officials to meet with constituents in Heights

HEIGHTS — Three elected officials representing the city will conduct office hours Monday at the city’s two senior centers.

Wayne County Commissioner Diane Webb (D-8th District), along with state Rep. Andrew Kandrevas (D-13th District), and City Councilwoman Lisa Hicks-Clayton, will be present from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Berwyn Center, 26166 Richardson, and from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Eton Center, 4900 Pardee, to meet with constituents over any thoughts and concerns they may have within the community.

The three will hold office hours the third Monday of each month at the respective times.

“I am always grateful to have the opportunity to meet with my constituents from Dearborn Heights and listen closely to their concerns and assist them in any way that I can,” Webb said. “It is also an honor to connect with Representative Kandrevas and Councilwoman Hicks-Clayton in this setting as it provides an opportunity for constituents to meet face-to-face with elected officials at various levels of government.”

If constituents are unable to make her monthly office meetings in Dearborn Heights, they can contact Webb’s office at 313-224-0930 during normal business hours, or email her at dwebb1@waynecounty.com. Messages will be returned the next business day.

General county information or contact information to other county offices can be found on the county website, www.waynecounty.com.