State Rep. Bob Bezotte today invited people in the community to participate in his upcoming virtual office hour.
Bezotte will be available from 4 to 5 p.m. on March 19, through Zoom. He will be joined by Rep. Steve Johnson, chair of the House Oversight Committee.
“In these times, I’m glad we can remain connected through technology,” said Rep. Bezotte. “As a first-term representative, nothing is more important than hearing my constituents’ questions, concerns and comments. I look forward to meeting and chatting with many of them virtually.”
Bezotte represents Michigan’s 47th District, which includes the village of Fowlerville, townships of Conway, Cohoctah, Deerfield, Hartland, Howell, Handy, Iosco, Unadilla, Oceola, Marion, and Tyrone, the city of Howell and part of the city of Fenton.
Rep. Bob Bezotte, former Livingston County sheriff, today participated in a news conference with legislators and police officers to announce a “Stronger Support for Safer Communities” plan to support law enforcement and provide resources to help strengthen relationships between officers and the communities they serve.
Rep. Bezotte, a former Livingston County Sheriff, speaks at a Thursday Capitol press conference on plans to invest more than $80 million providing supports for law enforcement and improving public safety. Rep. Bezotte says the law enforcement profession is struggling to recruit qualified applicants.
Rep. Bob Bezotte, of Howell, today criticized Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) for requiring children as young as 2 years old to wear masks. The mandate went into effect on Monday.