Great news! LifeSpan Chartiers Senior Center was awarded $64,346 in funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s 2019-20 Senior Community Center grant program. Read more
HARRISBURG, June 24 – State Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, today announced the disbursement of $64,346 to the LifeSpan Chartiers Senior Resource Center. The funding was awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s 2019-20 Senior Community Center grant program. Kulik said the grants help senior centers fund projects based on their applications, such as updating and modernizing facilities, providing new health and entertainment programs, upgrading technology, and enhancing marketing opportunities. “Senior centers play a large role in ensuring our senior community has the resources and housing needed to live comfortably following retirement or in the later years of life,” Kulik said. “This funding will help LifeSpan Chartiers – already a stellar senior center in our community – provide the resources our seniors want and need, which makes it all the more rewarding to announce this funding.” There are more than 500 senior community centers throughout Pennsylvania that provide a variety of offerings, such as nutritious meals, educational opportunities, transportation services, financial and insurance counseling and exercise programs. Proceeds from the Pennsylvania Lottery help to fund these programs every year. For more information on senior community centers and other services and programs offered by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, visit aging.pa.gov . Read more
Beginning June 22, my District Offices will be open for walk-ins. Read more
The Carnegie Borough Police Department was awarded $10,420 from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency for the implementation of the department’s body worn camera program. Read more
Allegheny County transitions to green phase of reopening Read more
Residents – the annual Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program is available in Allegheny County! Eligible individuals may receive one set of checks worth $24 to be spent at participating farmers markets. Read more
HARRISBURG, April 28 – Following up on the state’s recent decision to slowly rekindle parts of its economy, state Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, said she wants to ensure small retail businesses are receiving the same consideration as larger retail corporations that have remained open throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, they’re a staple of our character and a driving force behind the forward progression of the Commonwealth,” Kulik said. “The COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of these small businesses to close their doors. Meanwhile, larger corporations found ways to flourish despite the drastic – yet necessary – measures we all were forced to take. My bill seeks to ensure small retail businesses have a fighting chance to get back on their feet.” Kulik’s legislation looks to help small businesses secure the “essential business” title that many larger corporations were able to secure at the beginning of the COVID-19 health crisis. Specifically, the bill would only apply to retail businesses with 10 or fewer employees. The business would be allowed to operate on a limited basis during the health crisis, allowing only shopping online and through phone ordering. Kulik said the orders would then be picked up curbside or delivered to a customer’s home by the business, mail or other service. No customers would Read more
Due to the continued spread of COVID-19, Gov. Tom Wolf has extended the “Stay at Home” orders through April 30. Allegheny County is among the 33 counties under a stay-at-home order. It’s the state’s hope that doing so will help slow the spread of the virus and save lives. Read more
In Pennsylvania, everyone counts and April 1 is National Census Day! Read more
Our daily lives have drastically changed. In today's world we are used to being on the go most of our waking hours; between work, running errands or running the kids to activities, we are not used to just being at home. Read more
HARRISBURG, March 24 – Hoping to relieve the economic strain placed on all non-life sustaining businesses forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, state Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, has introduced legislation that would extend the date by which businesses would have to remit sales tax. “We’re in a situation that has called for unfortunate yet necessary measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19,” Kulik said. “Businesses have taken a hit as a result and are forced to deal with a sudden loss of income. This legislation would help them retain a source of income they’d otherwise miss out on due to COVID-19.” Kulik said the legislation would give businesses an extra 45 days to remit their sales taxes to the state Department of Revenue, ensuring they have time to remit their sales tax while still requiring their payments during the current fiscal year. This legislation is expected to be considered by House members in the near future. Read more
Friends and neighbors,Out of an abundance of caution, I want you to know that my district office will be closed to walk-ins until further notice. This is a measure that will help keep all of us safe and healthy.That said, my staff will still be in the office. If necessary, appointments can be made by calling 412-264-4260. Otherwise, residents are encouraged to call in and we will help with any needed services. Read more
The state Department of Health has continued to provide regular updates, along with information on prevention and preparation. Read more
Rep. Kulik is urging all sportsmen in the district to make their voices heard regarding a proposal on the official start of rifle deer season in Pennsylvania. Read more
HARRISBURG, Feb. 27 – A combined total of $215,000 in school safety grants were awarded to six school districts in the 45 th Legislative District, announced state Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny. Kulik said the funding can be used for an assortment of safety-related initiatives, including the purchase of security equipment and funding the salaries of security resource officers. “Schools are a place where students should prosper, personally and academically,” Kulik said. “Unfortunately, we live in a time where we must worry about sending our kids to school, which is why securing funding of this magnitude is crucial to school districts in our community and across the commonwealth. This will go a long way in ensuring our kids and teachers alike remain safe during school hours.” Kulik said the funding includes the following: $35,000 to Carlynton School District for security planning and purchase of security-related technology; institution of student, staff and visitor identification systems; and provisions of specialized staff and student training programs. $40,000 to Chartiers Valley School District for school-wide positive behavior support; security planning and purchasing of security-related equipment; and costs associated with the training and compensation of school resource officers and school police officers. $30,000 to Cornell School District for Read more
Applications for the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program are now available. If you received a rebate book in the mail and need assistance in completing the application, please visit my office. Please be sure to bring all your income information along with your paid 2019 property tax receipts (homeowners) or a completed Rent Certificate (renters). If you need an application book, they are now available in my office. Read more
We’re now roughly a month into 2020, and I can already ensure you we’re all fast at work here at the state Capitol. Read more
Don't miss my ConnectCard, Project D.U.M.P. event on Feb. 28 in Scott Township! Read more
Each year, the Pennsylvania Treasury receives millions of dollars of unclaimed property. It is estimated that roughly one in 10 Pennsylvanians has unclaimed property. Unclaimed property may include: Closed bank accounts; Uncashed checks, including paychecks; Lost stocks and bonds; Contents of safe deposit boxes; Proceeds from the demutualization of insurance companies; Expired gift cards/gift certificates. To find out if you have unclaimed property, search your name in the Unclaimed Property database at www.patreasury.gov/Unclaimed/Search.html , call 1-800-222-2046, or contact my office . There is NO CHARGE to claim your unclaimed property. Read more
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