State Representative Kay Hatcher has announced the opening of a second convenient office for 50th District residents.
The office will open Wednesday, August 5, in the Batavia City Hall at 100 North Island Avenue. District Director Tracy McDonnell will be available each Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. to aid constituents and coordinate one-on-one meetings with Hatcher.
“I’m pleased we are able to increase our District accessibility,” noted Hatcher. “The Fox Valley is a diverse region, and we’re constantly searching for new ways to connect with our residents. An important part of that initiative is to offer extended evening hours to make access easier for those with traditional work schedules.”
The 50th District includes twenty-one townships, fifteen villages and five cities. The Kane County portion includes Sugar Grove, Big Rock, Blackberry, Kaneville, Virgil and Campton townships, plus parts of Geneva, Batavia, Aurora, North Aurora and Montgomery. The District serves almost all of Kendall County, excluding the northeastern portion of Oswego. Northville, Mission and Miller townships in LaSalle County are also part of the 50th District.
For more information or to schedule appointments residents are encouraged to call 630-553-3223.