Congressman Lucas’ Washington, D.C., office to implement telework procedures

Ponca City Now - March 13, 2020 3:19 pm

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) on Thursday announced his Washington, D.C., office would begin implementing telework procedures until further notice.

All constituent services, case work, and concerns related to the federal government, especially related to COVID-19, will not be interrupted.

“After consulting with doctors at the Office of Attending Physician, I have made the decision to temporarily close my Washington, D.C., office to ensure the health and safety of constituents, staff, and all who pass through the office. While the physical office will be closed, it’s important for constituents to know that my staff will be operating and providing the same level of constituent services via teleworking procedures,” Lucas said.

“While our everyday routines may be interrupted, this is not a time to panic. Every Oklahoman has a role to play in protecting oneself, your family, colleagues, and others. My office will keep sharing helpful information and will provide updates relating to office procedure on my social media channels- @RepFrankLucas on Twitter and facebook.com/RepFrankLucas. I continue to encourage folks to visit www.coronavirus.gov to access helpful tips and ways to keep themselves safe and healthy during this outbreak.

“My Canadian County District office can be reached by phone, and we are standing by waiting to assist you in any way or answer any questions or concerns related to the coronavirus crisis.”

A full list of constituent services available can be found at lucas.house.gov/serving-you. Constituents can also send Congressman Lucas an e-mail through his website at lucas.house.gov/contact-me/email-me. Contact information for the Canadian County District office is as follows: Canadian County- (405) 373-1958

 

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