HARRISBURG, January 28, 2011 – – State Sen. John P. Blake today announced that he will host an open house at the Mount Pocono Borough Building on February 3 to introduce himself to Monroe County residents and discuss his plan to provide them with constituent services.

The event, scheduled from 10 a.m. until noon, will be a great opportunity for Monroe County residents to meet Sen. Blake and his staff and learn about some of the services that the senator can provide.
“I am looking forward to spending quality time with my Monroe County constituents and their community leaders,” Blake said. “It is imperative that as a state senator, I become familiar and in tune with the issues and concerns facing residents in all corners of the 22nd district.”

Monroe County Commissioners, the Monroe County Red Cross, local elected officials and members of the Industrial Development Authority, Pocono Mountain Library Association, and Brodhead Watershed Association are expected to attend.

The Mount Pocono Borough Building is located at 303 Pocono Blvd. in Mount Pocono.

For more information on the event, contact Sen. Blake’s office at 570-207-2881 or Toll Free at 1-877-346-5721.

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