Macon County Chronicle

Congresswoman Black to Hold Town Hall Meeting in Macon County, March 21st

U.S. Representative Diane Black (R-TN), recently announced that she would be conducting a series of Town Hall Meetings for the March Constituent Work Week that begins on March 18th, and that she will host one such Town Hall Meeting in Macon County on Monday, March 21, at 5 p.m. in the Macon County High School Auditorium.

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“The goal behind each of these meetings is to get into the community and let everyone know what’s going on in Congress, and hear about the things that are impacting their lives,” Black said. “I’m hearing a lot about the job situation and the difficulties many are having trying to find work. I expect that a lot of people will want to know about government spending and the debt piling up in our nation. It’s important that people know what’s being done to try and get this country back on track again.”

“I take my job seriously,” she added. “I am a representative of the people, and it’s important to me that the people I represent know that I truly care about their needs and concerns.”

Congresswoman Black said she is hoping to see a large crowd in attendance at the Macon County Town Hall meeting.

“This is every one’s opportunity to have their voices heard,” she said. “…and I’m listening.”