Hill’s office to host mobile office hours

Congresswoman Katie Hill, left, listens to a Santa Clarita resident with opposing views, Michael Chartier after the Congressional Conversation with Congresswoman Katie Hill town hall meeting held in the City of Santa Clarita City Hall Council Chambers on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
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The office of Rep. Katie Hill invites constituents of the 25th Congressional District to the Acton Agua Dulce Library on Saturday for mobile office hours, which is a period when residents can stop by and speak with staff about available services.

Congressional offices serve as liaisons between constituents and the federal government, a news release from Hill’s office stated Wednesday. Since January, the office has closed nearly 70 cases and won more than $259,000 in veterans and Social Security benefits and back pay on behalf of constituents.

The office can also check on the status of applications, request expedited processing or help constituents understand the agencies’ processes and rules, according to officials. 

“The heart of constituent service is casework,” Hill, D-Agua Dulce, said in Thursday’s release. “We have a dedicated staff that is committed to helping resolve constituents’ pending issues with federal departments and agencies. I’m grateful for the opportunity to get out of the office to share this work with our community.” 

No appointment is necessary for this weekend’s mobile office hours, which will occur from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the library located at 33792 Crown Valley Road in Acton.“Just stop by our table at the library to learn more about our office and constituent services,” the release said.

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