Open arms and office in the service of the community
This politician who was recently sworn in as State Senator and immediately proceeded to meet with Senate colleagues on the various committees to which she was appointed and discussions was immediately started on the various topics which was of importance during the upcoming session.This journey was commenced with great excitement. None of this would’ve been possible without the support from the citizens in District 38 and therefore they deserve to be thanked for their loyal support.This district covers a large area which includes the following communities such as Miami Shores, Biscayne Park, North Miami, El Portal, Aventura, Sunny Isles, North Bay Village, Surfside, Indian Creek Village, Golden Beach, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beach and some parts of Miami-Dade.The Senator gladly carries the burden of the responsibility for these areas and will continue to do so throughout her term and for as long as the people continue to support her.
Besides being a wife and mother the senator is also a registered nurse and a legislator and therefore has extensive knowledge of the hardships which people may encounter in life. This is why the office of the senator will always be open to the community and people will be assisted as much as possible and that assistance will be extended to children, parents, homeless people healthcare professionals, teachers, low income families, young professionals and students. Anyone with any questions or special needs could approach the office of the Senator at the North Miami Beach office located at the 633 NE 167th Street, Suite 1101, North Miami Beach, FL, 33162. Every visitor will always be welcomed with open arms both by the Senator and the staff. There will also be a grand opening on Thursday and people is welcome to attend the press conference at 10 AM which will be followed by a tour of the offices.This press conference will take place in the building’s lobby and at this time the senator will also explain the plans of our office and she will provide details about the services which they will be providing to all constituents.
At this point Sen. Campbell will also introduce all of her staff such as Theresa Frederick, Chief of Staff, Isabela Dorneles, and Elizabeth Honorat.The office of the senator will be fully operational from Monday, January 16, 2017 and full services will be provided to all constituents. Sen. Campbell has been quoted as saying that this is an office for the people and every service which could be required from the constituents of District 38 will be provided where ever possible.Both the senator and the staff is committed to assist the people of District 38 wherever possible and she is also reminded people of the excellent service history which this office has.The senator is also called attention to her six-year tenure in the house where she has conducted herself exceptionally.The office of the Senate will continue to provide a high quality of service now that the new Sen Campbell,has been appointed and this is a promise which people can count on.