State Rep. Ken Borton today informed Northern Michigan residents the Gaylord unemployment office will open for appointments on June 30.
“Since I started my legislative tenure in January, numerous residents have contacted my office about their struggles navigating our broken unemployment system,” said Borton, of Gaylord. “When the pandemic hit last March, unemployment offices closed, even as claims skyrocketed due to business closures. Finally, the agency is reopening offices, and I encourage Northern Michigan residents still trying to obtain benefits to schedule an appointment at the Gaylord office.”
The Unemployment Insurance Agency today announced that its offices in Gaylord and 11 other locations throughout the state will open for appointments beginning June 30. Appointments will be available on weekdays between 8:15 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Residents can reserve an office appointment up to one week in advance online here, and phone appointments can be booked through the same website. Claimants can also obtain assistance from the UIA by calling 866-500-0017 on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or by chat online at the Michigan Web Account Manager (MiWAM).
State Rep. Ken Borton, of Gaylord, today issued the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed his House Bill 4088, which would have allowed recreational wildlife and bird feeding:
“Gov. Whitmer’s veto of my bipartisan legislation flies in the face of common sense, making criminals out of Michigan residents who feed the birds. Mary Poppins would be disappointed.”
State Rep. Ken Borton today informed Northern Michigan residents of an opportunity to express their opinions about Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s new proposal that would weaken election integrity measures.