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By Christa Jennings
Senior Staff Writer
During the month of February U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s team will be hosting a series of satellite office hours around the state.
The purpose of these temporary locations is to provide accessibility for constituents who might not live near one of Tuberville’s permanent state offices. This will provide a convenient opportunity for individuals to offer their comments or concerns and to receive casework assistance.
A satellite office will be held in Coosa County on Wednesday, February 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coosa County Courthouse in Rockford.
Tuberville’s state staff will be present to answer questions and offer assistance with federal agencies. No appointment is required to speak with someone.
Helping constituents in their interactions with federal agencies is called casework. Tuberville’s office may be able to help with problems related to veteran’s benefits with the Department of Veterans Affairs, or VA; tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS; Social Security check issues; and a list of other federal government-related matters.
His staff will be available to help individuals communicate with federal agencies, request information or a status report on an open case and request benefits to which they may be entitled.
As a U.S. senator, while his office may be able to help with federal agencies, problems related to state agencies will need to be solved at the state level. For those matters involving Alabama state agencies, individuals are encouraged to contact the governor’s office, their state representative, or their state senator.
For more information about casework, visit www.tuberville.senate.gov/services/help-with-a-federal-agency.
For information on additional times and locations of other satellite office hours, visit www.tuberville.senate.gov/satellite-office-hours.
In addition to these satellite office hours, Tuberville has permanent office locations across the state in Montgomery, Hoover, Dothan, Huntsville, and Mobile.
Individuals do not have to visit the office in person to receive help. They can call one of the state offices or the Washington, D.C., office at 202-224-4124 for assistance.