Marshall, Kail (& Vogel) close district offices, postpone events

Rep. Jim MarshallIn an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, local officials are closing their district offices to the public and postponing events.

As reported by the Beaver County Times, State Rep. Jim Marshall, R-14, Big Beaver, said in a statement that he was canceling a concealed carry seminar scheduled for Saturday at the Midland Sportsman Club in Ohioville and veterans outreach hours on April 2 and May 7. Another concealed carry seminar is scheduled for Oct. 17 at the Big Beaver Volunteer Fire Department.

State Rep. Josh Kail, R-15, Beaver, said he has postponed his Donuts and Discussion breakfast meetings for Friday in Donegal Township and April 3 at the Brighton Township Municipal Building. The Brighton event has been rescheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on June 5. A concealed carry seminar scheduled for April 22 at the Center Social Hall is also postponed to an undetermined date.

Previously, State Rep. Rob Matzie, D-16, Ambridge, said his offices in Ambridge and Aliquippa would close and State Sen. Elder Vogel Jr., R-47, New Sewickley Township, said he was closing his Rochester office to meetings with the public.

More details about available services and plans for rescheduling in BC Times the article.