RICHMOND – State Rep. Peggy McGaugh hosts a constituent services event from 1 to 5 p.m., Monday, June 25, at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, 104 W. North Main St., to help people file claims for unclaimed state property.

Each year, the state treasurer publishes lists of individuals who have property turned over to them from banks, government agencies and insurance or utility companies that have been inactive and whose owners could not be contacted for five or more years.

The list, dating from Jan 1, 1979, to May 7, 2019, has assets totaling $1,388,706.97 pending for House District 39 that includes Ray, Carroll and Chariton counties.

Small business owners are also listed in the database.

“I will have the list as well as the computer database available to search and view,” McGaugh said in a press release. “I also will help those who want to file a claim.”

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