LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Michael D. MacDonald announced that he will be conducting an in-person coffee hour in Waldenburg Park in Macomb Township on Monday, June 29.
“I have had hundreds of people reach out to my office with questions and problems regarding the Unemployment Insurance Agency,” said MacDonald, R-Macomb Township. “Since the governor refuses to reopen the UIA offices to help constituents, I will be offering help at my coffee hour for those who have questions with her departments.”
MacDonald will be able to help those who are having problems contacting or collecting unemployment benefits and will also be able to provide information on the upcoming auto insurance changes that care taking effect next month.
The coffee hour will take place on Monday, June 29 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Waldenburg Park in Macomb, located at 19225 21 Mile Road, on the north side of the street and east of Romeo Plank Road.
Coffee hours are open to residents to express their opinions or concerns about state government or to request assistance with a state issue. No appointment is necessary. Face masks are not required but are strongly encouraged. Seating may be limited, so it is recommended that residents bring a folding chair.
Residents who are unable to attend the coffee hour may contact MacDonald’s office toll-free at 1-866-303-0110 or via email at [email protected].
The 10th District includes the city of Sterling Heights, Macomb Township and most of Clinton Township.