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Check Out Rep. Deb Conroy's New Digs

Residents of the 46th House District are invited to Conroy's new Villa Park office and to sign up for citizen advisory committees.

State Rep. Deb Conroy (D-Elmhurst) invites the community to join her for the grand opening of her new constituent services office from 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, at 28 S. Villa Ave., Villa Park. A portion of Elmhurst's west side is located in the 46th District, which is represented by Conroy.

“I invite residents to become familiar with my office and feel comfortable coming to us with their concerns, questions and suggestions,” she said. “My top priority as state Representative is to be accessible. I want my constituents to know that my door is always open and I am always ready to listen.”
 
Residents will have the opportunity to meet with Conroy and her staff and learn how her office can assist the community on state issues.
 
“Given the enormous challenges we face at the state level, it is important to work together to do what is right for our community,” Conroy said. “I am looking forward to this opportunity to meet more of my neighbors and begin building the community partnerships we so desperately need to put the state back on track.”
 
Conroy also is putting together several citizen advisory committees to help formulate her legislative agenda in Springfield.
 
“You don’t need to be an expert to have a point of view that deserves to be shared. I invite all those interested in making a difference to join one of the advisory committees,” she said.
 
The committees are open to all residents of the 46th District. They will focus on: senior issues, education, economic development and business, veterans, public safety, health care and young families. The scheduling of the committee meetings will be announced in the weeks to come.
 
“Illinois is facing serious challenges, and we must begin to solve them by listening to all voices and encouraging open, honest discussions,” she said.
 
The 46th District is located entirely within DuPage County, including all of Glendale Heights and Villa Park and smaller portions of Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Glen Ellyn, Elmhurst, Addison, Lombard and Oakbrook Terrace.

For more information or to join one the Citizens’ Advisory Committees, contact Conroy’s constituent service office at (630) 415-3520 or email RepDebConroy@gmail.com.  

Independence666 February 16, 2013 at 04:15 PM
She is just another left wing liberal who will be rubber stamping all of Obama's foolish initiatives.
Joe O'Malley February 16, 2013 at 06:24 PM
Quoting now from the above article....“My top priority as state Representative is to be accessible. I want my constituents to know that my door is always open and I am always ready to listen.” Most "high information voters" tune out recycled political talking points. They've heard that nonsense before from both parties including the Dear Leader that currently occupies "Air Force One" while making the next campaign stop on our dime. In addition the state Representative is quoted as saying... “I am looking forward to this opportunity to meet more of my neighbors and begin building the community partnerships we so desperately need to put the state back on track.” Rubbish! That train left the station long ago, the tracks have been pulled up and removed, and we now use the "Praire Path" in order to try and clear our minds of continued economic stress created by Illinois government officials. Good luck with that citizen advisory committees to help formulate your legislative agenda that will be mixed in with the rest of the quagmire of mediocrity they call Springfield.
Elm Forest February 16, 2013 at 07:03 PM
Dear Debbie, How much support have you received from Michael Madigan?
Cara Konnel February 19, 2013 at 03:39 PM
Debbie needs residents input because she can't figure it out alone. When she ran two years ago and lost her biggest talking points were, I will get to go to Springfield! and make money, so you should vote for me. She was the second choice in that race, and the first choice was a first ward alderman. Deb won cause it was a new district and bought and paid for by the big boss. She doesnt know what to do, and that is the way they want it. So sad for all.
Deke February 19, 2013 at 06:06 PM
Ms. Conroy (or whoever wrote her press release) says that Illinois is facing "challenges." Interesting choice of words --- like saying the Titanic encountered a distraction on the north Atlantic. Unfortunately, Illinois' "challenges" (if that is how one chooses to describe the state's disastrous economy and employment picture) have been inflicted on us, in large part, by her sponsor/mentor Mike Madigan and his followers in Springfield. Now Ms. Conroy wants advice from the people in her district as to how to get the state "back on track." Brings to mind the end of "The Candidate," where Robert Redford asks, after being elected to the Senate, "What do we do now?"
Frank Diebold December 03, 2013 at 11:39 PM
deb conroy wants to hear from citizens in her district? then why have four of my emails been ignored? and nice job getting endorsed by the ift and aft and then turning your back on the unions because papa madigan told you to. one term is all you will serve

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