No Potholes Too Small, Or Big, For Local Representative

No Potholes Too Small, Or Big, For Local RepresentativeSANATOGA PA – When it comes to constituent service, there’s no hole that state Rep. Mark Painter won’t fill. Or, at least, he’ll attempt to convince a government agency to get it filled.

Painter, the elected emissary for Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, Pottstown, and Royersford at the state House of Representatives in Harrisburg, on Thursday (Sept. 12, 2013) invited area residents who “notice potholes or experience other transportation issues” to report them via a new form on his website, here.

Road, train, or bus condition problems? Anything to do with transportation issues throughout Pennsylvania? Let Painter at ‘em; “my office will follow up with each issue individually and contact PennDOT, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, or the municipality as needed for a resolution,” he said.

“Obviously PennDOT crews can’t be aware of every transit issue across our vast state,” Painter added. “This link is a quick way for people to get the matter reported to my office and we will contact the appropriate agency,” he said.

If using the Internet’s not high on your list of communication alternatives, Painter’s staff also can be found Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., at 600 Heritage Dr., Suite 102, just off High Street in Sunnybrook Village.

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