Brian Fitzpatrick presented his opinion to a government official Monday when he sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking him to look further into the events that occurred in Charlottesville, Va. over the weekend.
Now, he is giving area residents the chance to voice their feelings.
The congressional representative announced Tuesday that he would be holding open office hours on Saturday, August 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“In addition to focusing on the important issues of protecting our homeland, growing our economy and fixing a broken system in Washington D.C., it is critically important that we make ourselves accessible to our constituents, who are our bosses, in as many different ways as possible,” Fitzpatrick said via a press release. “My team and I are always available to meet and collaborate on how to best address the challenges facing our community and nation.”
Any resident is welcome to come out. No appointments are necessary, as people will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Meetings will be 20 minutes each so that Fitzpatrick is able to speak with as many people as possible. If there is no one waiting, meetings will be extended.
The open office hours will take place at the Constituent Service Center at 1717 Newtown-Langhorne Road, Suite 400, Langhorne, Pa.
Anyone who is not able to make it to the office hours, but would like to meet with Fitzpatrick, is encouraged to set up a meeting by visiting fitzpatrick.house.gov.
WBCB’s Trevor Newcomb contributed to this report.