Mayor Gary Christenson and local officials joined Congresswoman Clark for a ribbon-cutting at her new district office, located just steps from the Malden Center T Station.
Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus Congresswoman Katherine Clark (MA-5) joined Malden Mayor Gary Christenson as well as state and local officials for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at her new Congressional District Office in Malden Center. The office recently moved from Cambridge to its new location at 157 Pleasant Street, Suite 4, and is located only steps from the orange line via the Malden Center MBTA Station.
Joining the Congresswoman for the ribbon-cutting were: Malden Mayor Gary Christenson; State Representatives Paul Donato, Paul Brodeur, and Steve Ultrino; Malden City Councillors Neal Anderson, Debbie DeMaria, Ryan O’Malley and Steve Winslow; President of the Malden Youth Civics Council Birukti Tsige; Students from the Malden Teen Enrichment Center; and members of the Malden Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
“We are thrilled to be opening our new District Office in Malden Center,” said Congresswoman Clark. “Malden is one of the most diverse and welcoming cities in the Commonwealth, and I couldn’t be prouder to have my office right downtown in this thriving and vibrant community.”
Residents of Massachusetts’ 5th Congressional District are invited to stop by the office to meet with constituent services staff, express opinions, and request assistance in dealing with federal agencies. The office is located in the back of 157 Pleasant St, and is most easily accessible via the parking lot across from 17 Washington St, Malden.