(BOSTON) – Representative Joan Meschino (D-Hull) is resuming her regularly scheduled office hours, which will be conducted virtually now.   Rep. Meschino will host virtual office hours throughout the month of September.  The office hours will be hosted on Zoom or via phone by appointment only.  

Please contact Rep. Meschino’s Legislative Aide, Jonathan Hamilton, by email at jonathan.hamilton@mahouse.gov or by phone at 617-722-2320 in order to schedule a time slot.

Tuesday, September 8th
4:00 – 5:00 pm
For constituents from Hull

Monday, September 14th
4:00 – 5:00 pm
For constituents from Cohasset

Monday, September 21th
4:00 – 5:00 pm
For constituents from North Scituate

Monday, September 28th
4:00 – 5:00 pm
For constituents from Hingham

These virtual sessions are intended to make it easier for residents of Cohasset, Hingham, Hull, and North Scituate to share concerns and access the services Rep. Meschino can offer her communities on the South Shore.  All local residents are invited to participate.

“Whether it’s to straighten out problems with unemployment or health insurance, talk about housing concerns or food insecurity, or ask questions about COVID-19 legislation, all local residents are welcome,” Representative Meschino said.

Residents who are interested but unable to attend are always welcome to contact the Representative’s office by phone or email at:

Representative Joan Meschino
Phone: 617-722-2320
Email: joan.meschino@mahouse.gov.

Due to the pandemic, Rep. Meschino and her Legislative Aide continue to work remotely and the office is fully operational.  Rep. Meschino’s website (www.JoanMeschino.com) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JoanMeschinoStateRep) are updated regularly with information and resources available to support people during this public health crisis, and about what the state government is doing to assist people during these unprecedented times.

“I miss visiting with residents during my regularly scheduled office hours,” Rep. Meschino said.  “I look forward to the time when the senior centers and libraries are open and we are able to resume in-person meetings.”