Sneller Announces Committee Assignments, Coffee Hours

Rep. gets to work on crafting policy, meeting with constituents in district
Thursday, January 26, 2017

LANSING — State Rep. Tim Sneller (D-Burton) announced today his appointment to three key House committees for the 2017-18 legislative session. He will serve as a member of the House Committees on Transportation and Infrastructure, Agriculture and Financial Liability Reform.

“I am thrilled to be appointed to serve on three of the most critical committees for Michigan’s economy,” said Sneller. “It is no secret that Michigan’s roads and infrastructure are in dire need of attention, and I look forward to impacting positive changes through this committee. I am also pleased to be on the committee for one of Michigan’s most important industries, agriculture, and to effect meaningful policies for our state’s financial future.”

Rep. Sneller also announced he will be holding various coffee hours within the district throughout the year to provide residents an opportunity to have an informal discussion with him about state government. Starting in February, regularly scheduled coffee hours will take place on:

  • First Friday of the month, from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

       Scotti’s Coney Island, 5522 Lapeer Road, Burton

  • Second Monday of the month, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

       Sam’s Italian Restaurant, 4105 Grand Blanc Road, Swartz Creek

  • Third Friday of the Month, from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

       Palace Family Restaurant, 5235 S. Saginaw Road, Flint

  • Every other Fourth Friday of the month, from 11 to noon

       (Feb. 24, April 28 and June 23)

       Burton Senior Activity Center, 3410 S. Grand Traverse St., Burton

  • Every other Fourth Friday of the month, from 11 to Noon

      (March 24, May 26 and July 28)

      Grand Blanc Senior Center, 12632 Pagels Drive, Grand Blanc

“I am eager to begin meeting with my community more regularly so that I can ensure I am representing their interests the best I can,” Sneller said. “My community relies on me to be their voice in Lansing, and it’s imperative to me that they feel their ideas and concerns are being heard.”

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