State Rep. Bob Bezotte, of Howell, will host virtual coffee hours to meet with residents on Friday, Feb. 19 from 4 -5 p.m.
“I’m so glad technology allows us to stay connected despite coronavirus, and am excited to hear from constituents,” Bezotte said. “I’m looking forward to officials from the Livingston County Health Department and Howell Schools Superintendent Erin MacGregor joining us with updates. It should be an informative meeting.”
Residents should register here if they wish to attend the discussion. Those who are unable to attend the event, but still interested in sharing ideas or concerns with the representative, may contact his office at 517- 373-8835 or RobertBezotte@house.mi.gov.
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.