Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé is proactively reaching out to the community by extending the accessibility of her district office resources through a series of mobile office hours.
This initiative aims to bring the government closer to the residents, fostering a direct and personal connection between the Sixth District and its representative. On Thursday, Jan. 25, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Baldwin Public Library will host the mobile office hours. This event provides an invaluable opportunity for any resident within the Sixth District to engage with Mulé and her dedicated staff. The primary purpose is to create an open forum where residents can freely express their concerns, seek answers to pressing questions, and share constructive suggestions.
No reservations are required for these mobile office hours. Residents are encouraged to drop in at their convenience, ensuring that everyone has the chance to have their voices heard. The setting is deliberately casual and welcoming, fostering an environment where community members feel comfortable engaging in meaningful conversations about their needs and aspirations.
For those seeking additional information or with specific inquiries, Legislator Mulé's office can be reached at (516) 571-6206 or through email at DMule@nassaucounty.gov. This outreach effort signifies Mulé's commitment to ensuring that the concerns of the community are not only heard, but actively addressed in a collaborative and accessible manner.