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TRENTON – Senator Shirley K. Turner (D-Mercer, Hunterdon) today announced that she will be moving her district office from its current location on Pennington Road to a new location at the Parkway Corporate Center, 1230 Parkway Avenue, Suite 103, Ewing, New Jersey 08628.
“While we are moving locations, my office will still provide the same quality of constituent services that it has in the past,” said Turner. "My staff and I look forward to working in our new location in Ewing and continue to welcome the residents of the 15th Legislative District to come visit our office. The office is accessible by public transportation.”
The move will be effective Wednesday, February 12. The phone number for the office will be 609-323-7239 and the fax number will be 609-323-7633. The email and website will remain firstname.lastname@example.org and www.senatorturner.com, respectively.
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