HAMBURG, Pa. — The staffs of two Pennsylvania lawmakers who represent part of Berks County will soon be taking another step toward returning to business as usual.
The district office shared by Sen. Dave Argall and Rep. Jerry Knowles at the Hamburg Borough Hall is set to reopen next Wednesday, April 7.
The office will be open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. to assist the lawmakers' constituents will state-related issues. No appointment is necessary.
Anyone who needs assistance outside of those hours can contact the office by calling 610-562-3411.
The portion of Berks County that Argall represents consists of Albany, Bethel, Greenwich, Heidelberg, Jefferson, Lower Heidelberg, Maidencreek, Marion, North Heidelberg, Ontelaunee, Penn, Perry, South Heidelberg, Spring, Tilden, Tulpehocken, Upper Bern, Upper Tulpehocken, and Windsor townships and the boroughs of Adamstown (Berks County portion) Bernville, Hamburg, Lenhartsville, Robesonia, Shoemakersville, Sinking Spring, Wernersville, and Womelsdorf.
The Berks portion of Knowles' district consists of Albany, Greenwich, Perry, Tilden, and Windsor townships and the boroughs of Hamburg, Lenhartsville, and Shoemakersville.