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Matheson opens local office in county courthouse

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United States Congressman Jim Matheson has hired Pam Juliano as his eastern Utah representative.

Working from a location in Price, Juliano will provide congressional office support to the residents and local officials in Carbon, Emery, Duchesne, Uintah, Daggett, Grand and San Juan counties.

"This congressional office is all about service to Utahns. I am delighted that Pam -with her impressive community service track record - has signed on as a resource to people in the eastern half of the 2nd District. She will be a great asset," said Matheson.

Juliano has been a Carbon County resident for nearly 40 years. For the last five years, she has served as the director for United Way of southeastern Utah.

Juliano has served as the chairperson for the state's volunteer center directors association and was awarded a Utah-based AmeriCorps VISTA project-volunteer connection. She received Price city's visionary award in April 2005 for partnerships through service.

"I am excited to join Congressman Matheson's team and to offer time and attention to the issues that are important to rural Utahns," said Juliano. "Congressman Matheson is known for his outreach to communities and that is what I am all about as well."

Juliano is married and has two daughters. She will start work May 23 at an office in the Carbon County Courthouse.

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