Jesse Kiehl, Andi Story and Sara Hannan

Jesse Kiehl, Andi Story and Sara Hannan

Juneau legislators holding town hall meeting

Event offers chance to meet lawmakers as session starts

On the campaign trail, Juneau’s three new legislators were able to hear from people all over the borough. Now that their service has begun, they’re ready to have a conversation with the community as a trio.

Reps. Sara Hannan and Andi Story and Sen. Jesse Kiehl are holding a town hall meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29 at the Mendenhall Valley Public Library. The three Democrats are hoping to meet members of the community while also hearing some concerns and possible solutions that people have.

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The event is expected to last an hour and a half, and pizza and beverages will be provided.

The legislators are settling into their offices, and their phones and emails are open for people to contact them. Hannan can be contacted at 465-4766 or Rep.Sara.Hannan@akleg.gov. Story can be reached at 465-3744 or Rep.Andi.Story@akleg.gov. People can contact Kiehl at 465-4947 or Sen.Jesse.Kiehl@akleg.gov.

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