State Rep. Carolyn Comitta is inviting residents of the 156th Legislative District to participate in a live Tele-Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. The 156th legislative district is comprised of Birmingham, East Goshen, part of West Goshen, Thornbury, Westtown and the Borough of West Chester. Comitta said: “From the Sunoco Mariner East 2 Pipeline to the opioid epidemic, to the start of the new school year, there are many important issues for the people of Chester County.” Comitta added that she wants “to hear from constituents and learn about the issues that are important to them.” Constituents will automatically receive a phone call at the start of the meeting at 7 p.m. To “attend” the meeting, constituents will be asked to stay on the phone. During the live event, Comitta will discuss and take questions on a variety of state topics, and participants will be asked to weigh in on poll questions. Also, anyone who doesn’t have a chance to offer their thoughts or ask a question during the conversation will be able to record a message at its conclusion that will be forwarded to Comitta. Those interested also may email their questions in advance of the Tele-Town Hall meeting to RepComitta@pahouse.net. Constituents also can call Comitta’s district office at 610-696-4990 to confirm or be added to the list to receive the call.