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Rep. Barletta announces new office locations

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Congressman Lou Barletta said he will open district offices in Carlisle, Harrisburg and Sunbury next month.

Barletta, who represents the new 11th District of Pennsylvania, said he expects the offices will open during the week of January 3, but may operate at reduced capacity as contractors install and activate telecommunications services.

"The redrawn 11th District is very large, and I want to make sure my constituents don't have to travel very far to go into a congressional office," Barletta said in a news release.

The Carlisle office at 59 West Louther Street is currently occupied by Congressman Todd Platts and shared with state Senator Pat Vance. The phone and fax numbers of the office will remain unchanged.

The Harrisburg office will be located at 4813 Jonestown Road, Suite 101. Phone and fax numbers for the office have not been set.

The Sunbury office at 106 Arch Street is currently occupied by Congressman Tom Marino. The phone and fax numbers will remain unchanged.

Constituents can also reach Barletta's Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-6511 or toll-free at (855) 241-5144.

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