Open houses scheduled at state senator’s new offices
With the district he represents stretching from his hometown of Jefferson Hills Borough in the southeast all the way to the Sewickley area toward the northwest, state Sen. Guy Reschenthaler sought good spots for his local offices.
“Both of these locations are more accessible,” he said. “They have better parking, and they’re more centrally located.”
Open houses are scheduled to give constituents of his 37th District a firsthand look at the new offices: from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 27 at 100 Broughton Road, Bethel Park, and during the same hours Feb. 28 at 5996 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Township.
Previously, he had offices in Mt. Lebanon and Moon Township. The Mt. Lebanon location had been occupied by his predecessor, Matt Smith, who resigned in 2015 to become president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce.
Reschenthaler, a Republican, won the seat in a special election that year and, in November, he won a full four-year term.
In addition to the main offices, the senator has satellite offices for constituent services in several public libraries: Peters Township, Sewickley, South Park Township, Jefferson Hills, Bethel Park, Upper St. Clair, South Fayette and Western Allegheny Community Library in North Fayette.
The telephone number is 412-831-0250 for his Bethel Park office, 412-788-2967 at his Robinson Township office and 717-787-5839 in Harrisburg.
Among upcoming events, Reschenthaler and state Rep. Rick Saccone, R-Elizabeth Township, are hosting a senior expo from 10:30 to 1 p.m. April 11 at the Bethel Park Community Center. Health screenings will be provided, and exhibitors from nonprofit organizations and government agencies will be on hand.