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Warren constituent services office open again

The Yardley space was professionally cleaned to safeguard against COVID-19

The physical district office of state Rep. Perry Warren is reopened to the public following a professional cleaning to safeguard against COVID-19.

The office is located at 91 S. Main St., Yardley.  In accordance with social distancing practices, appointments are required and can be made by calling 215-493-5420 or emailing RepWarren@pahouse.net.

Anyone inside the office must wear a mask, practice safe distancing and adhere to other CDC guidelines for mitigating COVID-19. Constituents who cannot wear a mask should call or email Warren’s staff as soon as they anticipate a need for service so that staff can arrange for alternative meeting requirements.

“As the regional interface between the residents of Pennsylvania’s 31st Legislative District and all matters of state legislation, public policy, programs and services, it’s crucial that my physical office remains a safe and equitable place of public access, especially during a crisis,” said Warren, D-Bucks. “Given the in-person traffic that my office experiences, the office was closed and professionally cleaned to safeguard against community spread of COVID-19.

“Having completed these protective measures, residents of the district should know that it is safe to visit so long as we continue to follow CDC guidelines.”

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