Madison, WI—On Friday, March 31, 2017, Representative Rob Brooks (R-Saukville), will accompany United States Representative Jim Sensenbrenner at his second round of office hours for 2017, in the Sixtieth Assembly District. Representative Sensenbrenner will host one half-hour listening session to respond to constituent inquiries, questions, and concerns affecting Wisconsin at the state and federal levels.
Representative Rob Brooks will address constituent inquiries and questions relating Wisconsin policy issues. “I look forward to hearing constituent feedback regarding the 2017-2019 biennial budget. Listening sessions are an invaluable tool for understanding the issues of importance to constituents and learning what is going on at the state and federal levels,” said Rep. Brooks.
Representatives Sensenbrenner and Brooks will visit the following location on March 31, 2017:
9:00-9:30 a.m.: Newburg Village Hall—614 Main Street, Newburg 53060.
Representative Brooks represents the Sixtieth Assembly District which includes parts of Washington and Ozaukee County. Representative Sensenbrenner’s district includes Washington County and portions of Jefferson, Waukesha and Milwaukee counties.