WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A representative from Rep. Brad Ellsworth's office will bring the 8th District Mobile Office to Clay City later this month.
The Mobile Office is part of Ellsworth's open door policy and is designed to provide constituents with greater access to services and information provided by the Congressional office.
During office hours, a representative from Ellsworth's staff will be available to meet individually with constituents who are experiencing problems with a federal government agency.
"While I spend as much time as possible visiting all 18 counties of the 8th District and listening to constituents, my schedule requires me to be in Washington for votes and committee work most of the time," Ellsworth said. "That's why it's important for constituents to have an opportunity to meet with constituent advocates on my staff who can provide assistance with problems they may be facing while I am in Washington."
The office will be at Clay City Town Hall from noon-2 p.m., Oct. 24.
It will also make pit stops in Williamsport, Rockville and Greencastle.