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Issa to Open New Orange County Office in Dana Point

Press Release
Aug 30, 2013

WASHINGTON. D.C. – Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, September 3rd at 3:30 p.m. for the opening of a new district office in Dana Point.  The Dana Point office will serve as a convenient option for Orange County residents in the 49th District to receive the assistance of Rep. Issa and his staff.

The office will be open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:00 – 5:00 p.m. PST and by appointment for other days.  Constituents will be able to receive all services provided in Rep. Issa’s Vista office including meetings and casework services with federal agencies, such as Veterans Affairs claims.

The City of Dana Point made one of their city office suites available for Rep. Issa and the constituents of the 49th District.  The office will be decorated with photos of the district submitted by constituents through a Facebook photo contest and photos of Wounded Warriors from the F-Stop Warrior Project.

WHO: Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49)

WHAT: Ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of new Dana Point office

WHEN:  Tuesday, September 3rd at 3:30 PST

WHERE:  33282 Golden Lantern, Suite 102, Dana Point 92629

Please contact Danielle Adams at 202.225.3906 for further information.

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