Marino Announces Satellite Office to Serve Northeastern PA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 2, 2012
Important New Location and Staff Appointment Announced
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Tom Marino (PA-10) announced the opening of a satellite office in Salem Township, Wayne County, PA. The office, located in the Salem Township Building, 15 Township Building Road in Hamlin, will be open Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 am through 5:00 pm beginning on Monday, July 9. To schedule an appointment with a member of Rep. Marino’s staff residents may call 570-836-8020.
Marino also announced the appointment of Mr. Anthony Herzog who will service as District Representative. Mr. Herzog, who retired from the Wayne County Board of Supervisors in December 2011 after 24 years of service, is a graduate of Lackawanna Junior College and the University of New Haven, with a B.S. in accounting. An accomplished business professional, Herzog was President of Herzog Trucking Co. Inc. of Honesdale from 1982 to 2004. As District Representative, Herzog will primarily be responsible for assisting residents and local governments of the 10th congressional district experiencing problems with federal agencies.
“I want to bring the services available through my office closer to more people in northeastern Pennsylvania,” Marino said. “I am excited that Tony Herzog chose to join our district team. His experience in business and local government, along with the enthusiasm he brings to the job, will be a major boost to my outreach efforts in Wayne, Pike, Lackawanna, and Susquehanna Counties.”
Mr. Herzog will be based in the Marino’s Tunkhannock office when not working in the new Salem Township satellite office.