Congressman to See Constituents, Briefly

Representative Lee Zeldin will be available to meet with constituents on a one-on-one basis on Monday at the Riverhead Fire Department station at 540 Roanoke Avenue in Riverhead.

Staff from Mr. Zeldin's office will also be available to meet with members of the public.

Mr. Zeldin is expect to be at the fire station from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. According to a press release from his office, he will depart immediately to return to Washington for House votes.

Appointments are not necessary, but members of the media were asked to obtain credentials from Mr. Zeldin's Washington office in advance.

On Thursday, Let's Visit Lee Zeldin, an activist group seeking to block Mr. Zeldin's re-election bid next year, alerted its members to the Riverhead meeting. The group was also planning a protest at the New York City office of Wayne Berman, one of the hosts of a Thursday fund-raiser for Mr. Zeldin at which Steve Bannon, the Breitbart News chairman, was scheduled to speak.