State Sen. Devlin Robinson (R-37) has reopened a public office in Robinson that was shuttered since his predecessor Pam Iovino left office in December 2020.
The office is located at 200 Cedar Ridge Drive and is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and Fridays by appointment.
“I encourage constituents to give us a call, so they can learn more about how my district offices can assist them and their community,” Robinson said in a press release. “I’m looking forward to meeting more residents of my district.”
Robinson won a tightly contested race to return the suburban district to the Republicans after Iovino clenched the seat from Republican nominee D. Raja in a special election upset less than two years earlier.
Robinson is a former U.S. Marine, who fulfilled tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and started his own business after returning to civilian life.
The 37th district spans a swathe of communities from Washington County to the north-western reaches of Allegheny County, including the majority of Robinson Township.
Robinson maintains other offices in Bethel Park and Harrisburg.