Pittsfield - To further his goal of being fully accessible to constituents residing in all 48 communities of his district, state Senator Benjamin B. Downing (D-Pittsfield) will bring his Coffee & Conversation program to Williamsburg on Friday, September 24th.
Downing hosts Coffee & Conversation – open public forums in rotating towns across his Berkshire, Hampshire and Franklin Senate District – on ten Fridays throughout the year. After Williamsburg, Downing plans to visit the communities of Otis and Cheshire.
On September 24th, Downing’s Coffee & Conversation will take place at the Williamsburg Town Offices, located at 141 Main Street in the Village of Haydenville, from 10:00am-11:30am. During that time, Downing will provide free coffee and be available to those interested in meeting with their state Senator face-to-face.
While Downing’s community relations and constituent services hub is his 7 North Street district office in Pittsfield, he recognizes that serving the largest, most rural district in the Massachusetts Senate presents communication challenges. The Pittsfield office is open during normal business hours Monday through Friday; walk-ins are always welcome.
For more details on Coffee & Conversation events, please visit Downing’s online office at www.SenatorDowning.com and click on “Upcoming Events.”