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Senator Bennett's staff to hold office hours in Castle Dale on April 11


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Representatives from Senator Bennett's office will be at the Castle Dale Senior Center, 85 North 200 East on April 11 from 10 a.m. --noon to help individuals with federal agency questions or problems.

Over the past several months, Bennett staff members have held remote office hours throughout central and southeastern Utah, giving Utahns the opportunity to meet face-to-face with caseworkers who can help them with federal agency issues. Bennett caseworkers can provide assistance with the following federal agencies (note: this is not an inclusive list): internal revenue service, bureau of land management, social security administration, U.S. citizenship and immigration services, veterans affairs, forest service, and centers for medicare and medicaid services.

If individuals are unable to attend the Castle Dale office hours on April 11, but would still like to request Senator Bennett's help, they are encouraged to call the senator's Provo office, which handles constituent services for central and southeastern Utah, at (801) 851-2525.


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