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FYI: Sen. Rivera-O’Reilly Announces Outreach Program

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June 11, 2009 – In a statement issued today, Senator Nellie Rivera-O’Reilly announced the implementation of “Senator on Wheels,” an outreach program designed to set up an “Open House” concept in various communities.
“The first phase of our ‘Open House’ concept was established in February and allowed constituents to visit our legislative office in Frederiksted on the third Saturday of every month to meet my staff and me, and to discuss concerns, issues and ideas,” stated Senator O’Reilly. “In an effort to expand our reach and accessibility, we are taking our ‘Open House’ outdoors.”
The general public is invited to contact the office of Senator Nellie O’Reilly to sign up their communities for the “Senator on Wheels” program, which begins on June 20, 2009. Senator O’Reilly’s team of staff members is ready to assist, and can be reached by calling 712-2222 or via email at teamnellie@gmail.com.
Nellie Rivera-O'Reilly, the only female currently serving, is a first-time Senator in the 28th Legislature, and is a member of the Financial Services; Infrastructure & Consumer Affairs, Education; Youth & Culture; Labor & Agriculture; and Economic Development, Energy & Technology Committees. For more information, contact Liz Llanos at 340-712-2222 or Nellie at 340-690-8863.

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The following material is being published, unedited, exactly as it was received via e-mail from the office of the government official named below, as a Source community service. Government office holders wishing to contribute to the bulletin board must e-mail visource@gmail.comThe Source reserves the right to choose what is published.
June 11, 2009 - In a statement issued today, Senator Nellie Rivera-O’Reilly announced the implementation of “Senator on Wheels,” an outreach program designed to set up an “Open House” concept in various communities.
“The first phase of our ‘Open House’ concept was established in February and allowed constituents to visit our legislative office in Frederiksted on the third Saturday of every month to meet my staff and me, and to discuss concerns, issues and ideas,” stated Senator O’Reilly. “In an effort to expand our reach and accessibility, we are taking our ‘Open House’ outdoors.”
The general public is invited to contact the office of Senator Nellie O’Reilly to sign up their communities for the “Senator on Wheels” program, which begins on June 20, 2009. Senator O’Reilly’s team of staff members is ready to assist, and can be reached by calling 712-2222 or via email at teamnellie@gmail.com.
Nellie Rivera-O'Reilly, the only female currently serving, is a first-time Senator in the 28th Legislature, and is a member of the Financial Services; Infrastructure & Consumer Affairs, Education; Youth & Culture; Labor & Agriculture; and Economic Development, Energy & Technology Committees. For more information, contact Liz Llanos at 340-712-2222 or Nellie at 340-690-8863.