State Assemblyman Joe Danielsen To Move To New Office April 23

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State Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17) will move into new offices on Elizabeth Avenue.

State Assemblyman Joeseph Danielsen (D-17) will move into his new offices at 334 Elizabeth Ave. on April 23.

Danielsen and his staff have been working out of multiple locations since a March fire destroyed the Easton Avenue building housing his original office and a number of businesses.

“My staff has been tremendously patient and flexible, making themselves available via phones and email, offering extended hours and setting up temporary mobile offices at local libraries, senior centers and community events,” Danielsen said in a press release on the move. “We are grateful for all the support we have received from the Office of Legislative Services and the local community during this time.”

Danielsen said in the release that he and his staff have maintained steady operation since the March 6 fire, providing aid to residents and planning a job fair scheduled for Tuesday, May 5 at The Imperia in Somerset. Individuals and employers interested in participating in the job fair may contact Joe Forte at (732) 247-3999 for further details.

“What we learned most from this experience is that public service isn’t about a physical location; it’s about an attitude,” he said in the release. “As always, our top priority over the last six weeks has been to provide constituents with the services they need, and nothing about that will change when we move into our new office space.”

The 17th Legislative District includes Franklin, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Piscataway and Milltown.

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