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News : Local (Mineral Co) Last Updated: Jun 1st, 2006 - 18:00:09

Burns Rep To Hold Hours In St. Regis, Superior
By Outreach announcement
Jun 1, 2006, 17:56

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Washington. D.C. - Montana Senator Conrad Burns today announced that his Missoula Field Representative, Larry Anderson, will hold community outreach hours in both St. Regis and Superior on Thursday, June 8.

Anderson will be available from 10 a.m. to Noon at the St. Regis Community Center, 100 Mill Loop Road in St. Regis. He will also be available from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Mineral County Library. 301 E. 2nd Ave in Superior. He will be available to meet with anyone who has a problem with a federal agency or questions or concerns regarding issues before Congress.

Burns said "Montana's a big state, as you know. I realize it's sometimes inconvenient to make the trip to our Missoula office, so I wanted Larry to visit Mineral County personally to ensure Montanans can address their questions and concerns in person with my office.

Please let Larry know if there's anything you think we can be of assistance with, or if you're having difficulty with a federal agency and we will do what we can to help."

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Larry Anderson at (406) 728-3003 or (800) 344-1513.

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