State Sen. Mike Morrell’s staff to hold mobile office hours in Menifee

MENIFEE – District staff from the office of state Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, will hold office hours at the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Constituents can stop by to discuss statewide or community issues, as well as seek help with problems they may be having with state agencies. Appointments are encouraged and can be made by contacting the district office at (909) 919-7731.

Mobile office hours are held at the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, 29737 New Hub Drive, Suite 102, in Menifee on the second Tuesday of every month. A full district schedule of mobile office hours can be found online at

One Response to "State Sen. Mike Morrell’s staff to hold mobile office hours in Menifee"

  1. Edwardamong Goode   November 14, 2017 at 11:35 pm

    Dear Editor of Valley News,
    My name is Edward Goode, I want to thank you for the article’s news about the hours available for the public to express our concerns in the community. I am a student of Chaparral High School and I am unable to visit the office to talk about our issues, so I hope you can help us here.
    The city of Menifee has shown an alarming rise in the number of homeless people living on the streets; this situation carries other problems, like prostitution, drug dealers, delinquency, and health among others, like hepatitis C in the city of San Diego. I have heard that the homeless are released in the city by the government institution in charge of relocate these persons. I believe that before doing so the city has to assemble a program that provides shelter, food, medical services (general and psychiatric), bathroom access, since that is the problem with the hepatitis C, which already has some fatalities.
    More than anything the city needs more police officers working on the streets. It is urgent to have more security, I have friends whose mail boxes have been force and their sensible information stolen. Many homes have been robbed, vehicles stolen, the community lives in fear. The city needs to recover the peace.
    The city can’t ignore that at this point they are dealing with organized criminals, it is not an isolated case of someone in financial distress.
    Dear editor of “Valley News”, please give my letter to the staff of our state senator Mike Morrell so they can help the city with more police officers and organize some programs for the homeless.
    Thank you.


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