Senators Murkowski, Sullivan Re-Activating Southeast Office Network
Regional Staff in Process of Being Hired to Respond to Constituents
Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan today announced that their Ketchikan and Juneau offices will be reopening soon, with the two coordinating their efforts to share a full-time staffer in each location to keep costs down.
“Alaskans deserve to have their views heard and their needs responded to, but they also deserve to know that we are responsibly spending their tax dollars to do so,” said the Senators. “From social security to the U.S. Postal Service to the issues on the floor of the Senate, we have an open door policy for each and every Alaskan to share their viewpoint and we are pleased to be able to have those doors open in these two communities.”
Senators Murkowski and Sullivan are presently working to interview candidates to fill positions for their delegation offices. These local representatives will act as the Senator’s eyes and ears on the ground and report back on issues important to constituents throughout the region. They are also responsible for assisting constituents with specific concerns and problems with federal agencies and offices.
At a future date to be determined soon, Senators Murkowski and Sullivan will officially open their offices at:
800 Glacier Avenue 1900 First Avenue
Suite 101 Suite 225
Juneau, AK 99801 Ketchikan, AK 99901