RELEASE: Gottheimer Opens New Constituent Services Satellite Office in Englewood

Will Assist Fifth District Residents Experiencing Issues with Federal Agencies, VA Benefits, Social Security, Medicare, Passports — and Even Potholes

Feb 21, 2023
Above: Gottheimer announcing a new constituent services satellite office in Englewood.

ENGLEWOOD, NJ — U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) announced the opening of a new Englewood constituent services satellite office. The new satellite office will be professionally staffed by Gottheimer’s top-tier Constituent Services team and will be available to help all Fifth District North Jersey residents experiencing any issues with a federal agency, VA benefits, Social Security, Medicare, passports, potholes, and so much more.

Englewood is one of several new towns in the Fifth Congressional District represented by Gottheimer.

“My team and I are excited to work with and help Englewood’s incredible residents, families, small businesses, and first responders. This new satellite office will be a key foothold for our operations in Englewood, and for many surrounding towns in the Fifth District,” said Congressman Josh Gotthiemer (NJ-5). “As many of you know, since coming to Congress, my team and I have made it our mission to have the best constituent services in the nation. I think the numbers behind our work speak volumes to my all-star team’s dedication to North Jersey.”

Over the past two years Gottheimer and his team have helped hundreds of veterans get access to their VA benefits and service medals; helped more seniors access their earned Social Security checks; helped get countless constituents back home from being stranded overseas; assisted with passport processes, helped hundreds fight the IRS; and helped thousands of constituents get their unemployment benefits. Team Gottheimer has helped Fifth District residents get back tens of millions of dollars by cutting through red tape at federal agencies. 

Since 2017, the Fifth District is now up more than 357% in grants, resources, and federal dollars clawed back from Washington. For 2021 alone, the federal tax dollars clawed back amount to an average savings of more than $750 for each household in the Fifth District. By clawing more federal investment back to North Jersey helps to lower local property taxes, make local communities safer, and make life more affordable.

Gottheimer was joined by Senator Gordon Johnson, Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes, Council President Judith Maron, Councilmember Dr. Lisa Wisotsky, and City Manager Robert Hoffmann.

Below: Gottheimer announcing a new constituent services satellite office in Englewood.


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