Babin’s satellite office moving from Cleveland to Dayton

Dayton City Council extended a warm welcome to Will Carter, constituent services representative for U.S. Rep. Brian Babin, at Monday night's council meeting. Babin is opening a satellite office in the Dayton area. Pictured left to right are Councilman Wendell Null, Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon, Councilwoman Sherial Lawson, Carter, Mayor Jeff Lambright and Mayor Pro Tem Dr. John Johnson.

It’s official. At the March 18 meeting, Dayton City Council approved a lease agreement with U.S. Brian Babin (Texas-36) for a satellite office to be located at Dayton Police Department, 2004 N. Cleveland St., Dayton.

Prior to the agreement, the Congressman’s satellite office was located at Cleveland City Hall. These leases are a courtesy to the elected members of Congress and no monies are exchanged between the parties.

Will Carter, constituent services representative for Babin’s office, will use the office space to meet with Liberty County residents and assist them with any issue of federal concern.

Currently the office hours are by appointment only. Please call Babin’s Deer Park office at 832-780-0966 to make an appointment. A drop-box also will be placed at the Dayton Police Department lobby where people can leave notes or documents related to their concerns.

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