Letter: Barry to represent Sen. Grassley at October 1 listening post in Denison

Letter: Barry to represent Sen. Grassley at October 1 listening post in Denison

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At 2 p.m. on Tuesday, October 1, I will be representing Sen. Grassley at an open house listening post at the Denison City Hall. This is an opportunity for me to meet with anyone who is having difficulty with any federal agency and to hear your views and concerns, which I then pass on to Sen. Grassley.

I represent Sen. Grassley in 14 counties in southwest Iowa, including Crawford. Part of my job is to hold an annual open meeting in each county to take opinions about the issues of the day and also to help Iowans with numerous personal issues and requests. This can range from getting a birthday greeting from Sen. Grassley or the President of the United States, regardless of political party, a flag flown over the Capitol, or helping you with any federal agency with which you are experiencing a problem, e.g. Social Security, the IRS, State Department etc.

Please consider attending the meeting I will be having in the City Hall in Denison on October 1 between 2 and 3 p.m. I hope you will be able to attend, but you may also reach me in the Council Bluffs office at 712·-322-7103.

Donna Barry,

Regional Director

for Sen. Charles Grassley

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