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Kim – Minor Offenses Shouldn’t Create Life Long Barriers

(Dec 12, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Patty Kim discusses how her office helped a local business owner clear his record, giving him the best chance to succeed. Read more

 

RSVP for Rep. Patty Kim's 2019 Second Chance Expo

(Nov 29, 2018)

Join state representative Patty Kim of the 103 Legislative District Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club (1227 Berryhill St. in Harrisburg ) for resource services to help you in 2019. Read more

 

November 2018 Expense Report

(Nov 15, 2018)

November 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2621 (Steelton District Office: $1,040 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,581 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $9.52 District Office Cleaning: $212 District Office Utilities: $333.02 District Office Supplies: $398.47 Parking/Tolls: $3.35 Postage: $88.31 Food: $1270.94 Communication Services: $51.10 Window Cleaning: $3 Security Services: $119.67 Plaques: $174 Flags: $285.22 Read more

 

Kim Veterans Day Luncheon is Nov. 9

(Nov 08, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 8 – A luncheon for veterans living the 103 rd Legislative District will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 at Goodwin Memorial Baptist Church Family Center. State Rep. Patty Kim, D-Dauphin, will host the event. “Veterans in the 103rd Legislative District are invited to join me for my sixth annual Veterans Day Recognition as we celebrate and honor the service of those who sacrificed their time, energy and families for our country and our freedoms,” she said. “This luncheon is a time for our veterans to hear in person from community leaders about how much our residents and local officials appreciate them and to learn more about state programs available to them.” For more information or to RSVP, those interested may call 717-986-1673. Read more

 

Kim: Teamwork Is Helping Harrisburg

(Oct 17, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Patty Kim praised the passage of legislation, heading to the governor that would keep taxes down in Harrisburg and could lead to it exiting distressed status by next year. Read more

 

October 2018 Expense Report

(Oct 15, 2018)

October 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $9.52 District Office Cleaning: $241 District Office Utilities: $429.29 Postage: $125.92 Communication: $161 Framing: $202.18 Read more

 

Panel discussion" Women & Homelessness

(Sep 24, 2018)

State Rep. Patty Kim and State Rep. Morgan Cephas will hold a panel discussion on "Women and Homelessness" on October 15th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Read more

 

September 2018 Expense Report

(Sep 15, 2018)

September 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $3.17 District Office Cleaning: $50 District Office Utilities: $171.86 District Office Supplies: $112.05 Parking/Tolls: $3.35 Postage: $2856.88 Communication: $104.13 Fixed Assets (Furniture): $216.76 Read more

 

August 2018 Expense Report

(Aug 15, 2018)

August 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $71.30 District Office Cleaning: $106 District Office Utilities: $389.20 District Office Supplies: $102.23 Parking/Tolls: $4.85 Postage: $277.11 Site Rental: $600 Read more

 

Kim announces $1 million state grant for downtown Harrisburg redevelopment

(Aug 10, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Aug. 10 – State Rep. Patty Kim, D-Dauphin, today announced a $1 million state grant has been awarded to Second Street Associates, LLC for development of the Blackberry Office Center from the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. “Congratulations to Second Street Associates, LLC for winning this highly competitive grant to help rehabilitate and improve this underutilized land in downtown Harrisburg,” Kim said. “I also want to thank Governor Tom Wolf for investing in our city through this grant. This project will preserve a historic part of the city while creating new opportunities for businesses to succeed.” Second Street Associates, LLC plans to redevelop two contiguous parcels along South 2nd Street. One building is a historic, underutilized six-story office building at 17 S. 2nd St. and the other is a vacant lot at 21 S. 2nd St. Demolition of the former building on this site occurred in 2017. The RACP project proposed will rehabilitate the existing building and construct the new six-story tower on vacant land to connect both new and old buildings for one contiguous office tower. This contiguous office tower will provide a showcase location for a new corporate office headquarters located adjacent to Market Square in downtown Harrisburg. The street-level portion of the building is intended to be occupied by retail tenants. The Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program is a grant program administered by the Read more

 

July 2018 Expense Report

(Jul 15, 2018)

July 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $15.87 District Office Cleaning: $257 District Office Utilities: $364.84 District Office Supplies: $117.69 Parking/Tolls: $6.70 Postage: $12.91 Publications: $148.96 Other Services: $21.35 Condolences/Congratulations: $26.50 Communication Services: $154.69 Notary: $139 Read more

 

Legislative package would help incarcerated women, parents in Pa.

(Jun 21, 2018)

HARRISBURG, June 21 – State Rep. Morgan Cephas, D-Phila., and colleagues today unveiled a package of legislation that would help incarcerated women and parents in Pennsylvania. "I'm glad that we're having vital, bipartisan discussions about criminal justice reform. I think it's crucial for those discussions to include women and girls of color," said Cephas, chairwoman of the Women and Girls of Color Subcommittee of the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus. "Women are the fastest-growing segment of the incarcerated population. Since 1985, the rate of incarcerated women has increased at nearly double the male rate. The ACLU reports that African-American women and women of color are significantly overrepresented in the prison population. African-American women are 30 percent of incarcerated women in the United States, but only 13 percent of the female population. In addition, Hispanic women are 16 percent of incarcerated women but only 11 percent of all women in the U.S." Cephas plans to introduce a bill to create a Women and Girls Committee within the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. "I believe this would aid the commission in its work as it specifically relates to research and programs that will have a direct impact on women and girls." Rep. Jordan Harris, D-Phila., chairman of the PLBC, said, “This package of legislation would help support incarcerated women in the commonwealth’s prison Read more

 

June 2018 Expense Report

(Jun 15, 2018)

June 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $3.17 District Office Cleaning: $257 District Office Utilities: $265.05 District Office Supplies: $374.47 Publications: $148.96 Parking/Tolls: $6.25 Postage: $319.70 Food: $106.38 Communication Services: $53.57 Legislative Business: $20.69 Flags: $92.46 Read more

 

Rep. Kim and Sen. Haywood on why we need to Raise The Wage

(May 25, 2018)

Raising the Wage will grow our economy and help reduce the burden on taxpayers -- listen to what the people have to say. Read more

 

May 2018 Expense Report

(May 15, 2018)

May 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $15.87 District Office Cleaning: $151 District Office Utilities: $363.92 District Office Supplies: $372.92 Parking/Tolls: $6.25 Postage: $27.84 Food: $686.35 Equipment Repairs: $120.33 Read more

 

Telling The Story Of Vietnam, One Name At A Time

(May 10, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Patty Kim is proud to have "The Wall That Heals" on display in Harrisburg this week. The exhibit features a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. and a mobile Education Center that gives visitors a better understanding of the legacy of The Wall and educates about the impact of the Vietnam War. Read more

 

RSVP here for my Expungement Clinic on June 2, 2018

(Apr 24, 2018)

You are invited to learn more about the new expungement law and the pardon process. Please RSVP here. Read more

 

April 2018 Expense Report

(Apr 15, 2018)

April 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $3.17 District Office Cleaning: $92.70 District Office Utilities: $417.11 District Office Supplies: $129.30 Postage: $45.18 Communication Services: $53.57 Read more

 

March 2018 Expense Report

(Mar 15, 2018)

March 2018 Expenses District Office Leases: $2590 (Steelton District Office: $1,000 (New Kline Village District Office: $1,590 District Office Cooler/Water Services: $6.35 District Office Cleaning: $151 District Office Utilities: $380.06 District Office Supplies: $295.98 Publications: $178.75 Parking/Tolls: $7.60 Postage: $19.89 Flags: $30.82 Refreshments: $126.54 Rep. Kim does NOT accept per diems Read more

 

Kim: Protect Our Women, Pass #MeToo Legislation

(Mar 01, 2018)

At a Capitol news conference, Pa. state Rep. Patty Kim addresses sexual misconduct allegations against a sitting House member and demands action to prevent this type of inappropriate conduct. Read more