BLOOMINGDALE, Ill. – To stay informed on local priorities, state Rep. Diane Pappas, D-Itasca, met with constituents at the Bloomingdale Library to discuss critical issues facing the community.
“Staying in-touch with our community is one of the most important things I can do as a representative,” Pappas said. “I look forward to these discussions because they help inform my priorities. This community needs more access to good jobs, we need lower property taxes and we need healthcare that is affordable. We need a well-funded education system that gives our children the skills they need to succeed, and our local businesses need to be supported. I will be fighting for these issues in Springfield.”
For questions or more information in future meetings, call Rep. Pappas’s office at 224-520-8838 or contact her online at RepDPappas@gmail.com.