Commissioner Webb to resume Heights office hours in February

Wayne County Commissioner Diane Webb is given the oath of office by her son Garrett, accompanied by her father, Tom Webb, at the commission’s organizational meeting Jan. 5. Webb is beginning her fifth term as a county commissioner and serves District 8, which includes Dearborn Heights, Redford Township and part of Livonia. She serves as chair of the commission’s Committee on Public Services.

Wayne County Commissioner Diane Webb is given the oath of office by her son Garrett, accompanied by her father, Tom Webb, at the commission’s organizational meeting Jan. 5. Webb is beginning her fifth term as a county commissioner and serves District 8, which includes Dearborn Heights, Redford Township and part of Livonia. She serves as chair of the commission’s Committee on Public Services.

HEIGHTS — Due to the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 16, Wayne County Commissioner Diane Webb will not hold her monthly office hours session in District 8.

Webb (D-District 8) scheduled her monthly office hours to resume in February. The date was set for Feb. 20, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Berwyn Senior Center, 26166 Richardson. Webb also will meet with residents by appointment that day at the Eton Senior Center, 4900 Pardee, between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Residents who want to meet with her in the district, but are not available that day, can contact her office at 313-224-0930 or lchilds@waynecounty.com for an appointment. Messages will be returned by the next business day.

“I look forward to resuming the opportunity to meet with my constituents in Dearborn Heights and listening closely to their concerns and questions,” Webb said.

For more information, contact Webb’s assistant, Lisa Childs, at 313-224-0930.