To best serve the needs of Greene County residents, Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) will have representatives from his District office visit the Greene County Courthouse in Paragould, Wednesday, March 12 from 2-4 p.m.
Congressman Crawford’s staff members will be hands-on at the Courthouse—located at 320 West Court Street in Paragould—to help anyone with a federal agency or program issue.
Crawford said he regrets his inability to take part in the Mobile Office, but he added his staff will assist any First District resident with these problems.
“Whatever the issue—whether it’s Medicare, VA benefits, or Social Security—my office is here to service the constituents in Arkansas’ First District,” Crawford said.
Attendees may seek assistance with any problem regarding federal issues or agencies, including Medicare, Veterans Affairs, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or the Internal Revenue Service. Crawford also invited constituents to stop by and share comments regarding issues in Congress.
“My staff members have expressed their enthusiasm to spend time in Greene County,” Crawford said. “I encourage anyone to come see them for help with a federal agency or just discuss an issue.”
Constituents need no advance appointments to meet with Congressman Crawford’s staff.