Assemblyman James Kennedy celebrated the grand opening of his new legislative office on Wednesday with a ribbon cutting and a reception attended by constituents from across the 22nd Legislative District and a host of elected officials.
“I want to thank everyone who attended our District Office Grand Opening” said Kennedy. “Our office is open to constituents who need assistance. We are here as a resource for residents who have state based issues.”
In addition to district office services, Kennedy’s office features artwork by local Union County artists. “We will be showcasing art for our community to view throughout the year,” added the Assemblyman, “and hope that everyone will take an opportunity to see this display.”
Some of the elected officials attending the event included Assemblyman & Union County Democratic Chairman Jerry Green, Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo (LD-14), Union County Sheriff Joe Cryan, Union County Freeholder Angel Estrada, Rahway Mayor Samson Steinman, Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover, Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr and Linden Mayor Derek Armstead.
Kennedy represents the 22nd Legislative District, which includes Clark, Fanwood, Linden, Plainfield, Rahway, Scotch Plains, Winfield, Middlesex, Dunellen, Green Brook and North Plainfield.
“I look forward to serving the constituents of the 22nd District” added Kennedy. “I encourage everyone who needs assistance, or just has a question, to please stop by or give us a call.
Assemblyman Kennedy’s office is located at 34 East Cherry Street in Downtown Rahway. Office hours are from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment. Assemblyman Kennedy can be reached at (732) 943-2660 or by email at email@example.com.