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Boscola Opens District Office in Easton
On January 21, 2015 ·
Easton, January 15, 2015 – State Sen. Lisa Boscola (D-Northampton/Lehigh) today announced that her new Easton district office is now open to assist local constituents with their state government needs.
“I love Easton and am so proud to again represent the city and its people,” Boscola said. “This office will be more convenient, accessible and accommodating for local residents.”
Located at 1701 Washington Blvd., Boscola’s Easton Office is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Phone 610-250-5627).
Boscola said she and her staff stand ready to help constituents with such services as car registrations, special tags and license applications, disability plates and placards, information on financial assistance for higher education, birth and death certificate applications, notary applications, senior citizen information, such as PACE and Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications, and requests for literature of all kinds, including copies of bills, regulations, statutes and state maps.
Other services include citations/certificates from the Senate of Pennsylvania for outstanding accomplishments and family milestones, tours of our State Capitol, questions or problems about utilities, consumer complaints, complaints about road conditions, issues and problems involving insurance companies, and any issue involving state government.
“I urge people to stop by for assistance with any state government issue,” Boscola said. “People are also more than welcome to just to stop by and say hello. My staff and I look forward to meeting and serving you.”
Boscola also has a Bethlehem district office located at One East Broad Street, Suite 120 (610) 868-8667.
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