TRUMANSBURG, N.Y. — Congressman Tom Reed will stop in Trumansburg for a town hall meeting to discuss job creation and the economy.

The town hall will take place from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 3 at the Trumansburg Fire Department, 74 W. Main St., Trumansburg.

On that day, Reed will also visit Geneva, Bradford and Erin after Trumansburg.

Reed’s last town hall in Tompkins County was in March in Ithaca. The event drew hundreds of local constituents who packed into the Southside Community Center. The biggest topic discussed at the Ithaca town hall meeting was health care and the Affordable Care Act. Since that town hall, Reed voted in favor of the American Health Care Act.

Related: Tom Reed town hall in Ithaca: ‘I am here today because I care’

The economy and job creation will be the subjects of the upcoming town hall meeting, a news release Thursday said.

“We are committed to growing our economy and bringing good jobs back to our community. I want to hear your thoughts on how we can remove barriers to job creation. Please share your ideas at one of our town halls,” Reed said in a news release.

Featured image: Congressman Tom Reed addresses a crowd gathered at the Southside Community Center for a town hall meeting in March. Alyvia Covert/Ithaca Voice

Kelsey O'Connor

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