Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Welcome to my latest e-newsletter! It continues to be a privilege to represent Livonia, and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve our community in Lansing. I encourage you to stay up to date on what’s going on in Lansing and continue to let me know about the issues that matter to you.
Putting Workers First
Last week, several of my colleagues and I introduced a 34-bill package (House Bills 5805–5836) that puts Michigan workers first by restoring organizing, collective bargaining and workers’ rights. My bill in this package, HB 5824, repeals the Domestic Partner Benefit Restriction Act, which prohibits public employers from providing domestic partner benefits.
Our entire state succeeds when our workers succeed. I firmly believe that it is our duty as legislators to ensure that all workers are heard, supported and given the protections and rights they deserve.
To see what we’ve been voting on over the last week, please click here. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to my office at (517) 373-3920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new city of Livonia app has launched! Available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play, the app is the best way to report potholes, missed trash pick-ups and countless other service requests. The app allows you to tag the exact location of any service requests, ensuring it gets attention from the city of Livonia or Wayne County.
Our roads have been hard-hit by freeze/thaw cycles in recent weeks, creating many problems for Livonia drivers. Wayne County recently announced expanded staff schedules to 10 hours per day/six days a week, and we’re starting to see some progress on repairs.
The city of Livonia app is the best way to report potholes needing repair. The app allows you to accurately locate potholes and send them to the proper government body for repair. Fixes for Wayne County roads go to the county government and fixes for local roads go to Livonia’s Department of Public Works.
2021 Taxpayer Guides
My office has Michigan Taxpayer Guides for 2021 available for those who need them. This is a great option for folks who do not feel as comfortable navigating online resources. If you would like a copy, please give my office a call at (517) 373-3920 or email us at email@example.com, and we will have one mailed to you.
I hope you can join me for one of my upcoming in-person and virtual coffee hours! I look forward to having an informal conversation with you about the issues families face in our community. The in-person coffee hour will be held at Coffee + Cream here in Livonia. You can join the livestream for my virtual coffee hours on my Facebook page.
In-person: Sunday, March 6, from 2-3 p.m.
Virtual: Monday, March 21, from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Never hesitate to reach out to me or my staff if you have any questions or concerns!
19th House District