– U.S. Representative Tom Marino (R-PA) announced today the transition of his Constituent Service Centers for the 10th District.
As a result of redistricting, the 10th District will no longer include Montour, Wyoming, or Luzerne Counties, and will lose parts of Northumberland and Lackawanna Counties.
Therefore, two of Rep. Marino’s Constituent Service Centers will be relocated.
“My staff and I are pleased to announce the opening of two new Constituent Service Centers for the people of the 10th Congressional District. Although the new district spans 15 counties, I want to ensure residents have adequate access to my staff and I at all times,” said Rep. Marino. “We are making every effort to ensure the needs of constituents are met and my district representatives are readily available throughout this period of transition.”
For the 113th Congress, Rep. Marino will have three staffed Constituent Service Centers located in Lycoming, Snyder, and Wayne Counties:
The location and contact information for the Williamsport Constituent Service Center in Lycoming County remains unchanged, located at 1020 Commerce Park Drive, Suite 1A, Williamsport, PA 17701
All residents are encouraged to call the Williamsport Office at (570) 322-3961 if they are in need of assistance.
Effective Friday, Dec. 28, the Sunbury Constituent Service Center currently located Northumberland County will be closed.
Rep. Marino’s Tunkhannock Constituent Service Center located in Wyoming County is closed effective immediately.
Residents may still call the Tunkhannock office’s main line at (570) 836-8020 to reach a member of the Congressman’s staff for assistance.
On March 1, 2013, staff will be available at the new Hamlin Constituent Service Center in Wayne County, located at 543 Easton Turnpike, Suite 101 in Lake Ariel, PA 18436.
In the interim, Marino’s staff will be based out of the Dimmick Building of the Wayne County Court House located at 925 Court Street, Honesdale, PA 18431, beginning Jan. 2, 2013.