Saturday, February 14, 2015

Mr. Costello Went to Washington, And Brings Washington to You

A map of Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District
So let's face it, going down to Washington, D.C. to talk to your Congressman can be a hassle.

Lucky for you, you won't have to brave the Beltway because newly-minted Congressman Ryan Costello is bringing Washington, D.C. to you -- sort of.

Staff from his office of Congressman Ryan A. Costello will be available to meet with constituents during a Pottstown Mobile Office Day at Borough Hall, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 19.

Constituents are encouraged to call 610.376.7630 to set up an appointment. 
Costello’s staff will be available to meet with constituents who need help with federal agencies, such as Social Security and Veterans Affairs.

“Mobile office hours are a great way to meet face-to-face with the residents of the district and deliver excellent constituent services they deserve,” Costello said. “I’m extremely grateful that Pottstown officials are willing to partner with me in serving the community.”
Costello stressed that constituents in the Montgomery County portion of his district do not need to wait until Feb. 19 to receive help with a federal issue. 

Casework staff is available by calling either the Wyomissing Office at 610.376.7630 or the West Chester Office at 610.696.2982.
Ryan Costello

The Wyomissing office is located at 840 North Park Road in the Park Plaza strip mall.

The West Chester office is in room 105 of the Historic Chester County Courthouse at Market and High streets.

“Our casework staff is very responsive and is available to set up appointments for face-to-face meetings throughout the district at times convenient for the constituent,” Costello said. “We will strive to provide ‘on-demand’ constituent service and will come out to your neighborhood if you cannot get to one of our offices.”

Costello was elected in November 2014 after serving as a Chester County Commissioner. 

The Montgomery County portion of his district includes: Collegeville; East Greenville; Pennsburg; Pottstown; Red Hill; Royersford; Schwenksville; Trappe; and Douglass; Limerick; Lower Pottsgrove; Lower Providence; New Hanover; Upper Pottsgrove; Upper Providence; West Pottsgrove townships; and parts of Perkiomen, Upper Hannover and West Norriton townships.

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