Yingling Coffee Stop meeting in Wauconda Feb. 15th
Representative Sam Yingling will meet with interested constituents in one of his series of coffee shop visits on Friday, Feb. 15th at the Honey Hill Coffee Company located at 107 S. Main St. in Wauconda from 8:00 to 9:00 AM. Yingling will also host community events as well as walk door-to-door to hear constituents’ thoughts on state issues.
Invitation to Join Him for Office Open House Feb. 22nd
State Rep. Sam Yingling (D-Grayslake) will mark the opening of his new full-time constituent service office in Hainesville with an open house and community meeting on Friday, February 22.
“My top priority as a state representative is to be accessible to the people of this district,” Yingling said. “My office will be a place for residents to share their thoughts, and help me make their voices heard, so there’s no better way to open this office than by inviting the people I represent to join me and begin an ongoing discussion of the issues facing this state.”
The open house will be held on Friday, February 22, from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m., at Yingling’s constituent service office, located at 20 W. North St., in Hainesville. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
Yingling Discusses Job Creation at Tour of Baxter Facility
In other news, State Rep. Sam Yingling (D-Grayslake) discussed ways to create jobs and improve the business climate in Illinois with executives and employees at Baxter International’s Round Lake facility, earlier this week. Baxter International – a multinational medical supply company based in Lake County – recently announced its decision to add 200 jobs to its Round Lake facility.
“When companies create jobs in our communities, we all benefit,” Yingling said. “I’m committed to working with the employers of all sizes to make Illinois a better place to do business, and put people back to work. Improving Illinois’ business climate is a long term-process, and it’s going to require an on-going conversation between business leaders, workers and legislators. I’m pleased to start that conversation.”