Vulakovich opens office in Cranberry
Cranberry Eagle
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December 5, 2012
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Randy Vulakovich

State Sen. Randy Vulakovich, R-40th, has set up an office in the Cranberry Township Municipal Center to serve his Butler County constituents.

The senator, who voters elected in August to fill the remainder of former state Sen. Jane Orie’s term, also opened two other offices in Allegheny County.

He will likely keep these offices until his term expires in 2014, at which time the 40th Senate District will move to the eastern part of the state as part of the statewide legislative redistricting process.

Like Orie, Vulakovich has set up shop in the municipal center and it will be next to other state and municipal offices.

Another office will be in Bakerstown, Allegheny County, at 5886 Heckert Road.

The Bakerstown office, according to Vulakovich, is intended for residents in the area between his Cranberry office and his main office in Glenshaw, Alle-gheny County.

Vulakovich said in a press release, “All three district offices have one purpose and that is to help constituents on a case-by-case basis by cutting through bureaucracy and red tape.”

All three offices will be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.

The Butler County District Office address is 2525 Rochester Road, Suite 207, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. The office telephone number is 724-776-3500, and the fax number is 724-776-3582.

In Butler County, the 40th District includes Callery, Connoquenessing, Evans City, Harmony, Mars, Seven Fields, Valencia and Zelienople, and the townships of Adams, Buffalo, Clinton, Connoquenessing, Cranberry, Forward, Jackson, Middlesex and Penn.

Vulakovich also welcomed constituents to contact him via his website at