Don't miss out on a chance to learn about all the transportation options available to you!

(May 10, 2018)

Don't miss out on a chance to find out about the local transportation options available to you! Read more

 

May 1 is the deadline to apply for state education grant

(Apr 27, 2018)

For the first time, students have the option of submitting an electronic signature for a PA State Grant application. Read more

 

Dispose of Unused Medications Properly on May 12

(Apr 10, 2018)

Rep. Anita Astorino Kulik and the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office are hosting Project D.U.M.P. on May 12. Read more

 

Senior ID Theft Seminar

(Mar 27, 2018)

My upcoming Senior ID Theft Seminar will teach seniors how to recognize the latest scams and avoid becoming victims. Read more

 

Kulik Attends Disability Summit

(Mar 23, 2018)

Pa. state Rep. Anita Kulik attended a Disability Summit and House Democratic Policy Committee meeting in the Mt. Lebanon area to interact with students, legislators, service providers and more to learn what more can be done for the disability community. Read more

 

Kulik: Coraopolis gets $165,000 grant for traffic signal replacement

(Feb 26, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 26 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, today announced the award of a $165,000 state grant to Coraopolis for its 4 th Avenue and Mulberry Street Traffic Signal Replacement Project. Kulik said the source of funding – PennDOT’s 2017 Automated Red Light Enforcement Program – comes from red light violations in Philadelphia. An eight-member committee then distributes the money statewide for relatively low-cost projects that improve safety, enhance mobility and reduce congestion. “I’m pleased to report that a project in the 45 th Legislative District has qualified for some of this funding,” Kulik said. “But it’s even more satisfying to know that because of this money, an important intersection in Coraopolis will be upgraded. “This is a very competitive grant program, so local officials should be proud of their success in this safety-enhancing endeavor.” Kulik said the grants can be applied for and used for improvements to traffic signals, roadways at intersections with traffic signals, or school zones – and such things as installing guiderails or making roadside safety enhancements. Read more

 

Kulik announces more than $155,000 in local fire department, EMS grants

(Feb 15, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 15 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, has announced the awarding of $155,929 in state grants to 12 fire and ambulance companies in the 45 th Legislative District. “I am delighted to announce these grants,” Kulik said. “Our region’s courageous firefighters and emergency rescue workers provide such vital services to our community. This funding will ensure that these workers have the training, facilities and equipment they need to carry on their life-saving work.” The grant list – by county, department and entity – is as follows: Ben Avon Fire Company – Fire Company, $11,911 Bower Hill Volunteer Fire Department – Fire Company, $13,939 Coraopolis Volunteer Fire Department – Fire Company, $12,833 East Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department – Fire Company, $13,570 Glendale Hose Company No. 1 – Fire Company, $13,386 Kennedy Township Independent Volunteer Fire Company – Fire Company, $13,201 Moon Run Volunteer Fire Company – Fire Company, $14,491 Neville Island General Volunteer Fire Department – Fire Company, $11,911 Robinson Emergency Medical Service Inc. – EMS, $7,037 Robinson Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 – Fire Company, $12,833 Scott Township Emergency Medical Services – EMS, $7,037 Stowe Township Volunteer Fire Department – Fire Company, $23,780 The Read more

 

Kulik appointed to House Consumer Affairs Committee, her fourth assignment

(Feb 08, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 8 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, has been appointed to the House Consumer Affairs Committee, which oversees entities that include gas, electric and water utilities; the telecommunications and cable industries; and the state’s Public Utility Commission. Kulik’s appointment by House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody was her fourth committee assignment, as she continues serving on the House Gaming Oversight, Liquor Control, and Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness committees. “I am pleased to have the Consumer Affairs Committee’s important work added to my repertoire of House committee assignments,” Kulik said. “Utilities and telecommunications play a vital role in everyone’s life, so this is a great responsibility that I fully and enthusiastically embrace.” Kulik also thanked Dermody for appointing her to the new position, saying it demonstrates firm confidence in her abilities. She added that she’s eager to begin work with her fellow Consumer Affairs Committee members from both sides of the aisle. Read more

 

Kulik: $1.53 million in grants to aid transportation projects

(Feb 08, 2018)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 8 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, today announced three Commonwealth Financing Authority grants worth a combined $1.53 million for projects in the 45 th Legislative District. Kulik said that the state Transportation Department's Multimodal Transportation Fund is serving as the source for: $638,015 awarded to McKees Rocks Harbor Services LLC for Phase 1 of a barge fleeting area project that will ultimately handle 25 barges. $500,000 awarded to Friends of Pittsburgh Professional Soccer for Phase II transportation improvements at the Montour Junction Sports & Athletic Complex, to provide safe access for bikes, buses and pedestrians. $400,000 awarded to Metalico Pittsburgh Inc. for a dock rehabilitation project that includes installation of 225 linear feet of sheet pile wall. When completed, the project is estimated to allow for river barge loading capabilities for another 20 years. “I thank the CFA board for making these investments in our district,” Kulik said. “An efficient, multifaceted transportation system is essential to compete economically, and the project funding coming our way helps achieve that goal.” The Multimodal Transportation Fund provides grants to encourage economic development and ensure that a safe and reliable system of transportation is available to the residents of the commonwealth. Funds may be used for the development, rehabilitation and enhancement of Read more

 

Recognizing Pa.’s addiction crisis for the emergency it is; Honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Radon Action Month; and phony apps

(Jan 11, 2018)

Rep. Anita Kulik applauds Gov. Tom Wolf's disaster declaration establishing Pa.'s heroin and opioid addiction crisis as a statewide emergency. Also, honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., radon-mitigation resources and tips to spot phony apps. Read more

 

Rep. Kulik Winter Newsletter

(Jan 03, 2018)

Welcome to my first newsletter as your state representative! The year has been issued-filled, including a four-month impasse in approving a 2017-18 state budget and the passage of several new pieces of legislation that will help keep Pennsylvania moving forward. Read more

 

New law helps veterans receive benefits; 2018 calendar available online; winter coping tips

(Dec 28, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik reports that a bill she supported and recently signed into law will help Ps. veterans receive well-deserved benefits. Also, an online 2018 Capitol Scenes calendar is available for free from her legislative website. Read more

 

Merry Christmas! But don't forget Jan. 2 deadline for property tax/rent rebates; Combatting scams and porch pirates

(Dec 20, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik reports that the deadline to file a 2016 Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program application has been extended to Jan. 2. Also, resources to combat scams and porch pirates. Read more

 

2018 Capitol Scenes Calendar

(Dec 18, 2017)

Click here and download Rep. Kulik's 2018 Capitol Scenes Calendar. Read more

 

Wreaths event honors veterans; Seniors can save money on auto insurance; Keeping UC centers open; and dog and fishing licenses as gifts

(Dec 11, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik honors veterans who cannot be with their families because they served or continue to serve our country. Also, tips for seniors to save on auto insurance, Dec. 15 deadline for ACA Open Enrollment and funding for UC centers advances. Read more

 

CHIP kids should be priority; Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications due by Dec. 31; Healthcare enrollment ends Dec. 15

(Dec 04, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik urges Congress to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which is vital to 9 million kids nationwide. Also, December deadlines include Dec. 15 for health care Open Enrollment, and Dec. 31 for Pa.'s Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program. Read more

 

State website links seniors with local services; New state anti-cruelty law limits tethering of dogs

(Nov 21, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik reports on the new Link to Community Care website, which helps connect older Pennsylvanians and individuals with a disability or behavioral health need to services and support systems available in their community. Read more

 

Coraopolis intersection improvements on tap with $256,416 state grant; Scam artists posing as lottery officials

(Nov 16, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik reports on state grants awarded to Coraopolis and Robinson Twp., as well as a scam where fraud artists are posing as lottery officials. Read more

 

Coraopolis intersection improvements on tap with $256,416 state grant

(Nov 15, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik reports that a $256,416 state grant has been awarded for road and sidewalk improvements at eight intersections in Coraopolis. A second, $50,000 grant also was approved to help pay for the costs of replacing a deteriorating storm pipe along the Steubenville Pike in Robinson Township. Read more

 

Here’s how to find Open Enrollment help for health care before Dec. 15 deadline; Heating aid via LIHEAP; and turn back clocks on Nov. 5

(Nov 02, 2017)

Rep. Anita Kulik provides resources to ease enrollment for 2018 health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Also, heating assistance via LIHEAP is now available, and Nov. 5 is the end of Daylight Saving Time. Read more

 

Don't miss out on a chance to learn about all the transportation options available to you!
May 10, 2018

May 1 is the deadline to apply for state education grant
Apr 27, 2018

Dispose of Unused Medications Properly on May 12
Apr 10, 2018

Senior ID Theft Seminar
Mar 27, 2018

Kulik Attends Disability Summit
Mar 23, 2018

Kulik: Coraopolis gets $165,000 grant for traffic signal replacement
Feb 26, 2018

Kulik announces more than $155,000 in local fire department, EMS grants
Feb 15, 2018

Kulik appointed to House Consumer Affairs Committee, her fourth assignment
Feb 08, 2018

Kulik: $1.53 million in grants to aid transportation projects
Feb 08, 2018

Recognizing Pa.’s addiction crisis for the emergency it is; Honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Radon Action Month; and phony apps
Jan 11, 2018

Rep. Kulik Winter Newsletter
Jan 03, 2018

New law helps veterans receive benefits; 2018 calendar available online; winter coping tips
Dec 28, 2017

Merry Christmas! But don't forget Jan. 2 deadline for property tax/rent rebates; Combatting scams and porch pirates
Dec 20, 2017

2018 Capitol Scenes Calendar
Dec 18, 2017

Wreaths event honors veterans; Seniors can save money on auto insurance; Keeping UC centers open; and dog and fishing licenses as gifts
Dec 11, 2017

CHIP kids should be priority; Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications due by Dec. 31; Healthcare enrollment ends Dec. 15
Dec 04, 2017

State website links seniors with local services; New state anti-cruelty law limits tethering of dogs
Nov 21, 2017

Coraopolis intersection improvements on tap with $256,416 state grant; Scam artists posing as lottery officials
Nov 16, 2017

Coraopolis intersection improvements on tap with $256,416 state grant
Nov 15, 2017

Here’s how to find Open Enrollment help for health care before Dec. 15 deadline; Heating aid via LIHEAP; and turn back clocks on Nov. 5
Nov 02, 2017