State Representative-elect Jim Gregory has recently announced that he will be keeping the same office locations in Hollidaysburg and in Bellwood Borough as were previously operated by former State Representative Judy Ward.
These office are located at 324 Allegheny Street in Hollidaysburg, and at 135 Stadium Drive in Bellwood. The Hollidaysburg office will be open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The telephone number at this office location is (814) 695-2398. The Bellwood office will be open on Tuesday and Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the telephone number to call at this location is (814) 742-7204.
“I am very happy to be able to continue offering services at these two convenient locations,” Gregory said. “I encourage residents to stop in and meet me and my staff and allow us to assist them with any state-related issues that they may be having.”
The services that the office provides include the following:
- Driver’s license and vehicle registration applications and renewals.
- Assistance with PennDOT paperwork (lost cards, changes, corrections, special registration plates, vanity plates and temporary placards for persons with disabilities).
- PACE and PACENET applications for seniors.
- Property tax/rent rebate applications (when available).
- Voter registration forms.
- State tax forms.
- Student aide applications.
- Free state maps, state parks information and PA vacation guides.
- Referrals to resolve state-related matters.
The 80th Legislative District includes parts of Blair County consisting of the townships of Allegheny, Antis, Blair, Catharine, Freedom, Frankston, Greenfield, Huston, Juniata, North Woodbury, Snyder, Taylor, Tyrone and Woodbury.
The boroughs that are involved in the district are Bellwood, Duncanville, Hollidaysburg, Martinsburg, Newry, Roaring Spring, Tyrone and Williamsburg.
Gregory was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives November 6, 2018, and will take the oath of office on Tuesday, January 1, 2019, in ceremonies to be held in Harisburg.