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3/30/2007 - Congressman Albio Sires Opens Carteret District Office

Mar 29, 2007
Press Release
Rep. Sires is joined by Carteret Mayor Daniel Reiman; proud to offer services to constituents

For Immediate Release                                                                           Contact: Olga Alvarez
March 30, 2007          
(201) 222-2828     
(Washington, D.C.) - Congressman Albio Sires (NJ-13) opened one of four congressional district offices in the Borough of Carteret.  The facility, located in the Thomas J. Deverin Community Center, will serve constituents that need assistance with services in various federal government agencies.

"I am pleased to make our services available to local constituents," said Congressman Sires. "I also look forward to hearing from our Central Jersey community, so that I can respond to their needs on the federal level."

The Carteret District office is located at 100 Cooke Avenue on the second floor.  Congressional office staff can answer questions or address any concerns and inquiries about services offered by the following federal agencies: the Social Security Administration, Medicare, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services and Veterans Administration, and the Internal Revenue Service.

Congressman Sires also selected Carteret as one of the locations for the district offices so he can contribute to the positive changes the borough has undergone since 2002.  Mayor Daniel Reiman was on hand to welcome area residents.

"The many successes Carteret and New Jersey have been experiencing are owed in no small part to the quality of leadership found in representatives like Congressman Sires," Mayor Reiman stated. "It is with much pride that we will be welcoming him to Carteret and look forward to having him closer to some of the regional progress he has been a catalyst for."

 "I am proud to represent all the residents of this region," said Rep. Sires. "As your Congressman, I will always be attentive to their needs, and hope they make us  aware of their concerns so our district can remain a safe and prosperous one."