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The opportunity for the Wauwatosa citizenry to be heard by their congressional representative will have to wait.

According to Congressman James Sensenbrenner's website, the meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, March 13 at the Wauwatosa Public Library has been postponed due to the weather. At this time the Town Hall has not been rescheduled.

Sensenbrenner is hosting the events in several communities within his district, including recent meetings in Germantown, Brookfield and Hartford.

“I hold frequent town hall meetings because I’ve always believed the people deserve to see who represents them, and to have an open forum to voice concerns and discuss the issues," Sensenbrenner said on his website. "Whether or not we agree, it’s productive to have these conversations — it’s how we grow as a community and a nation.”

Since 2017 began, Sensenbrenner has held about 45 town hall meetings in his district.

For additional information or a list of upcoming meetings, go to sensenbrenner.house.gov/contact/.

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