Chester Daily Local
State Representative-elect Becky Corbin (R-155), has assumed her official duties as a member of the Pennylvania House of Representatives and is now welcoming visitors to her district office.
“As a resident of East Brandywine Township for 35 years and in my public roles – both as a legislative staffer and on the numerous boards and commissions on which I have served – I have gained significant knowledge on a variety of issues of importance to the citizens of the 155th Legislative District,” said Corbin. “I am thankful for the confidence the citizens have placed in me and I am ready to serve.”
Corbin has served the area for 21 years prior to State Rep. Curt Schroder and U.S. Congressman Jim Gerlach as an administrative assistant. Both Schroder and Gerlach previously served the 155th district.
Corbin said that she welcomes visitors to stop by her district office at 315 Gordon Drive in Exton between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or call 610-524-5595.
Any interested groups or individuals can also receive updates on Corbin’s legislative activities at www.RepCorbin.com, and through her Facebook page, www.facebook.com/RepCorbin. Through these websites, anyone can sign up to receive regular email announcements about Corbin’s legislative activities and can convey their questions and concerns regarding any state-related issue or legislation under consideration.
Corbin will be officially sworn into office on Jan. 1, 2013.