OLNEY....State Representative David Reis would like to announce traveling office hours, where Representative Reis will be available in Newton to address any constituent concerns. 

Where: Newton City Hall - 08 N. Van Buren St.
When: Thursday December 14, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

State Representative David Reis,109th District, would also like to remind constituents that his district office is located at 219 E. Main St. in Olney. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office does close from 12 to 1 for lunch. You may also reach the district office by phone at 618-392-0108. Representative Reis and his staff will be glad to address concerns that local constituents may have.

Office Hours:
District Office
219 E. Main St., Olney
8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Closed 12 to 1 for lunch
Phone: 392-0108 Fax: 392-0107  E-Mail: david@davidreis.org

OLNEY....State Representative David Reis would like to announce traveling office hours, where Representative Reis will be available in Norris City to address any constituent concerns.

Norris City Village Hall
406 South Division Street
Monday, December 11th from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Reminder:

State Representative David Reis, 109th District, would also like to remind Constituents that his district office is located at 219 E. Main St. in Olney. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office does close from 12 to 1 for lunch. You may also reach the district office by phone at 618-392-0108 or by e-mail at david@davidreis.org. Representative Reis and his staff will be glad to address concerns that constituents may have.

Olney…. Governor Bruce Rauner has signed a bill into law sponsored by State Representative David Reis (R-Ste. Marie) that helps rural wastewater customers. Reis introduced HB 1914 on behalf of EJ Water Cooperative and rural customers seeking new wastewater service.

“I am proud to have sponsored HB 1914 to enable non-profit companies to add wastewater services to residents that are not served by a sanitary district,” Reis said. “Many rural communities are in need of wastewater services that meet environmental requirements and this law will help in that regard.”

Currently, non-profit water companies can utilize public ground for water supply lines, but are not specifically authorized to utilize public land in the same way if the community also wants wastewater services.

“Some of the more rural areas in my district do not have a local government or special district that is capable, qualified or close enough to provide sewer service,” Reis said. “Some of these areas receive their water service from a private company, such as EJ Water Cooperative, and would like to purchase their wastewater services.”

EJ Water Co-Op representative Bill Teichmiller says he appreciates Rep. Reis’ efforts on behalf of rural wastewater customers.

“It can be a long and arduous process to change the law,” Teichmiller said. “But, Representative Reis thoroughly worked through the process and made this major change in a very short amount of time.

We want to thank him for understanding this issue really does effect a lot of families in the rural parts of our state. We’re proud to offer wastewater services in rural areas and this law is going to help us do that for more families.”

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REIS HOSTS ID THEFT SEMINARS IN FAIRFIELD AND OLNEY

State Representative David Reis addresses constituents in attendance for a seminar covering the topic of identity theft and how consumers can protect themselves. The event was held in Fairfield in conjunction with the Illinois Attorney General's office.

State Representative David Reis addresses constituents in attendance for a seminar covering the topic of identity theft and how consumers can protect themselves. The event was held in Olney in conjunction
with the Illinois Attorney General's office.
Richland County Sheriff Andy Hires addresses constituents in attendance for a seminar covering the topic of identity theft and how consumers can protect themselves. The event was held in Olney by State Representative David Reis in conjunction with the Illinois Attorney General's office.
State Representative David Reis addresses constituents in attendance for a seminar covering the topic of identity theft and how consumers can protect themselves. The event was held on Tuesday in Mount Carmel in conjunction with the Illinois Attorney General's office. 

State Representative David Reis addresses constituents in attendance for a seminar covering the topic of identity theft and how consumers can protect themselves. The event was held in Mt. Carmel in conjunction with the Illinois Attorney General's office.