Dom Costa sworn in for fourth state House term
HARRISBURG, Jan. 6 – State Rep. Dom Costa, D-Allegheny, was sworn in today for his fourth term serving 21st Legislative District residents in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Today’s ceremony marks the beginning of the 2015-2016 legislative session, the 199th of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. The state House returns to voting session Jan. 20.
“Serving the 21st Legislative District is a great honor, and I plan to continue to work hard to reflect their needs and interests in the district and Harrisburg,” Costa said.
Costa said he will continue to fight for legislation regarding animal rights, first responders, public safety, and consumer protection and insurance issues.
Residents may visit Costa’s constituent service office located at 6808 Greenwood St., Suite 2, Pittsburgh or call 412-361-2040 for free assistance with state-related services, including driver and vehicle assistance and Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications.
Costa encourages residents to sign up for periodic email updates from him on state issues and services by visiting his legislative website, www.pahouse.com/DCosta, and clicking on the "Sign Up for Emails" link under the contact tab. He also encourages residents to visit his social media sites at www.facebook.com/RepDomCosta and http://twitter.com/RepDomCosta.