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Rep. Fidler to host town hall meetings

Fidler aims to update constituents about upcoming legislation for this year’s legislative session.

Rep. Jennifer Fidler

State Rep. Jennifer Fidler, R-Silverhill, has announced she will host several town hall events this month to update constituents about upcoming legislation for this year’s legislative session before the Alabama Legislature convenes on Feb. 6, 2024. 

Rep. Fidler will hold her first meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Magnolia Springs Community Hall, located at 12191 Magnolia Springs Hwy, Magnolia Springs. 

Her second town hall event will be held Thursday, Jan. 31 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Baldwin County Satellite Courthouse, located at 1100 Fairhope Ave., Fairhope, in the County Commission chambers on the second floor. 

Rep. Fidler’s final town hall event will be held Thursday, Jan. 31 from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the at the Baldwin County Satellite Courthouse in the County Commission chambers on the second floor.

No registration is necessary to attend. 

Rep. Fidler represents all or a portion of the following Baldwin County municipalities: City of Fairhope, City of Foley, Town of Summerdale, Town of Silverhill and the Town of Magnolia Springs. 

She also represents the following Unincorporated Baldwin County communities: Plantation Hills, Point Clear, Clay City, Yupon, Barnwell and Marlow.

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