Petrarca announces nearly $234,000 in state funds to improve, repair recreational facility and parks

(Sep 17, 2019)

HARRISBURG, Sept. 17 – State Rep. Joseph Petrarca today announced approximately $233,639 in state funds have been awarded by the Commonwealth Financing Authority to support three recreational projects in Westmoreland County. The three projects in Westmoreland County will receive the following CFA funds: $165,313 will be used to make a variety of improvements to the Joseph A. Petrarca Memorial Pool in Vandergrift Borough (named in honor of Petrarca’s father), including replacement of the pool’s liner, the installation of a boiler system, and rerouting of a natural spring away from the pool grounds to reduce mosquito infestation in the area. $39,038 for improvements to the Bradenville Playground in Derry Township , including repair and replacement of old, rusted and pitted equipment and installation of an ADA-compliant playset and safety surface features. $29,288 to be used to purchase and install playground equipment at Cooperstown Park in Derry Township for children ages 2 through 12. “I’m pleased to support these projects and worked really hard to make them a reality, which will provide much-needed improvements and enhancements to our recreational facilities in Westmoreland County,” said Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana. “Part of what makes a community a great place to live is ensuring that residents and their families have places to relax and spend time together, and these Read more

 

Petrarca: $6.5 million in funding for Westmoreland County Community College

(Sep 17, 2019)

HARRISBURG, Sept. 17 – An estimated funding amount of $6.5 million has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to update Westmoreland County Community College’s enterprise resource planning system, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. “This funding will be used to modernize the college’s system to improve student-driven processes and activities,” said Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana. “Investing in our community colleges reaps substantial benefits, not only by offering the most up-to-date resources and educational programs for students, but in providing them with the vital tools they need to succeed in the workforce.” PDE will provide 50 percent of the annual capital expense of the project, with the remaining funds financed by local sponsorship. Pennsylvania has 14 community colleges across the state, educating more than 300,000 students. For more information about Pennsylvania’s education policies and programs, please visit the Department of Education’s website at www.education.pa.gov . Read more

 

Petrarca announces $365,000 in grants to support victims of crime, criminal justice efforts

(Sep 12, 2019)

HARRISBURG, Sept. 12 – Approximately $365,000 in state grants have been awarded by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to entities in Armstrong, Indiana and Westmoreland counties to help victims of crime and support one county’s drug court, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. The following victim service providers received Victims of Crime Act funding from PCCD at its recent quarterly commission meeting: Armstrong County: Helping All Victims in Need - $25,000. Indiana County: Alice Paul House - $25,042. Indiana County: The Care Center of Indiana County - $24,815. Westmoreland County: Blackburn Center - $239,571. In addition, Westmoreland County received $50,712 in federal funds from PCCD to support its drug court. Drug courts –one of several problem-solving courts in Pennsylvania – work via a partnership with prosecutors, public defenders and other criminal justice system personnel with offenders who have successfully completed drug treatment programs and abstained from the behaviors that had originally led them into the criminal justice system. “As a commission member, I fully support these investments in our communities to help our local victim service organizations provide services to help victims heal in the aftermath of crime,” Petrarca said. “I’m also pleased to support evidence-based criminal justice efforts – like drug courts – which have been Read more

 

Petrarca announces aviation grants for regional airports in Armstrong, Westmoreland counties

(Aug 28, 2019)

LATROBE, Aug. 28 – Approximately $2 million in state grants will be used to make significant improvements at McVille Airport in Armstrong County and at the Arnold Palmer Regional and Rostraver Airports in Westmoreland County, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland, Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. Arnold Palmer Regional Airport will receive $1.5 million in state grants for hangar site development and ground access improvements. A total of $375,000 has been awarded to Rostraver Airport to repair its access road and make improvements to the aviation fuel farm and helipad. McVille Airport will receive $150,000 for construction of a building to store and protect airport maintenance equipment. “These vital investments in our airports will support jobs and economic development in our communities in Armstrong and Westmoreland counties,” Petrarca said. “Making these needed improvements in our regional airports ensures they will continue to operate safely and provide additional expansion and growth opportunities.” The airports are among 29 across Pennsylvania that will receive over $13 million in state investments from the state Transportation Department's Aviation Transportation Assistance Program, the Aviation Development Program, and the Multimodal Fund. As of April 2019, Pennsylvania ranks 13 th nationwide in the total number of public-use aviation facilities, with 127 airports, heliports, and seaplane bases. Read more

 

Petrarca: Nearly $4.4 million in state capital funding grants awarded to three entities in Westmoreland County

(Aug 01, 2019)

VANDERGRIFT, Aug. 1 – Three entities will receive approximately $4.37 million in state funds for three community and economic development projects, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, said the following entities in Westmoreland County received funding through the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program: $749,687 to Derry Township to build a new fire station on land the fire department currently owns in the Village of Bradenville. $625,000 toward the construction of the Latrobe Sports and Recreational Complex in Unity Township, which will include a hockey rink, adventure park, canoe/kayak launch and a non-traditional sports field. $3 million to St. Vincent College in for the construction of its Student Life and Hospitality Hub to enhance the educational, economic, cultural and social outreach programs it currently provides. “Investments like these improve a community and region’s overall quality of life, providing much-needed safety enhancements, such as a new fire station, as well as needed funds to support a variety of recreational and cultural opportunities,” Petrarca said. “I was happy to help these projects move forward and receive funding.” RACP is administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational, and historical improvement projects. RACP projects are authorized in the Read more

 

Petrarca announces upcoming sign-up date for Westmoreland County seniors to apply for Farmer’s Market Nutrition, County Food Bank programs

(Jul 29, 2019)

VANDERGRIFT, July 29 – Westmoreland County seniors in need of food assistance will soon be able to apply for the state’s Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program and the Westmoreland County Food Bank benefit program, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced. Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, said seniors who have not already applied for this year’s SFMNP can do so from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the A.V. Germano Hall, located at 100 West 2 nd Ave., Derry. The 2019 SFMNP provides eligible seniors with vouchers to purchase produce grown in Pennsylvania. Sponsored by the state Department of Agriculture, the SFMNP provides four $5 checks to be used at participating farmer’s markets from June 1 until Nov. 30. Signups for the county’s food bank benefit program will take place after 10:35 a.m. “We’re pleased that the county food bank and the Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging were able to work together with our office staff to provide this opportunity for seniors in need to apply for both the state and county food bank programs,” Petrarca said. “Over the past few years, seniors in the Derry area have been without a sign-up location, which created a significant hardship for seniors who were unable to travel to another site, due to health concerns or transportation limitations.” Eligible seniors for SFMNP must be 60 or older, be a resident of Westmoreland Read more

 

Petrarca announces $2.6 million in Pennvest funding for Latrobe Municipal Authority

(Jul 17, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 17 – . State Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today the Latrobe Municipal Authority was awarded a 1%, $2.69 million 20-year loan to replace antiquated waterlines. Petrarca said the loan was approved by the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority on Wednesday. “I want to thank the Pennvest board for approving this project. This loan will help keep costs for consumers low. Without it, more than 8,000 families would have seen fees increase almost 35% to cover the costs,” Petrarca said. The project will replace approximately 7,000 feet of 100-year-old cast iron waterlines in the area of State Route 981. The authority says replacing the lines will reduce unaccounted-for water loss below 20%. In 2018, the unaccounted-for water loss was estimated at 40%. The work is scheduled to begin Sept. 19 and finish Nov. 19. The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority offers low-cost loans and grants to communities throughout Pennsylvania to fund sewer, storm water and drinking water maintenance and improvement projects. More information is available at www.pennvest.state.pa.us . Read more

 

Petrarca: Local school awarded grant for fresh fruits and vegetables

(Jul 15, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 15 – Kiski Area East Primary School in the Kiski Area School District has been awarded a $26,737 grant to provide students with fresh fruits and vegetables during the school day, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. The funding is awarded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. The program’s goal is to expand the variety of fruits and vegetables in schools by increasing consumption among students with the hope of positively impacting their present and future health. “When our children eat healthy, it benefits their overall well-being,” Petrarca said. “Studies continue to show that students are better prepared to learn when they have access to healthy food choices during the day, and this program serves as an additional way to help address food insecurity within our schools and also provide an opportunity for youngsters to make healthier food choices.” The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program began in Pennsylvania in 2004 and is now in every state. Schools must have a free and reduced meal eligibility of 50 percent or more in order to qualify for the grants. Read more

 

Petrarca announces $423,000 in funding to expand housing options and assistance for those in need

(Jul 15, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 15 – Armstrong, Indiana and Westmoreland counties will be able to assist low-to-moderate income residents with needed home repairs, rent or utility payment assistance, and emergency housing thanks to $423,000 in funds through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement fund, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. “For many residents in the 55 th District, these funds will allow them to have a safe place they can truly call home,” Petrarca said. “PHARE funds can help residents in need with roof or heating system repairs in their home, emergency housing, or help with rent or utility payments,” Petrarca said. PHARE funding was awarded to the following organizations (including the project and amount): County of Armstrong (Emergency Housing Program to assist homeless persons) – $148,000 Indiana County Office of Planning and Development (55 Roof and Heating Systems Replacement Program) – $100,000 Westmoreland County (Union Mission, providing transitional housing and emergency shelter space for men) – $75,000 Redevelopment Authority of Westmoreland County (Accessible Housing Program) – $100,000 PHARE program funding comes from a portion of the impact fees collected from natural gas companies operating in Pennsylvania and addresses the housing shortages caused by the impact of drilling. Those funds are supplemented with two additional funding sources, including Read more

 

Petrarca: Nearly $12,000 in grants to Armstrong, Westmoreland counties to fund environmental education projects

(Jul 01, 2019)

HARRISBURG, July 1 – A total of $11,900 in grants from the state Department of Environmental Education has been awarded to fund four environmental education projects in Armstrong and Westmoreland counties, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. In Armstrong County, the Armstrong Conservation District was awarded a $2,900 grant to fund a stormwater management workshop for the public. In Westmoreland County, Saint Vincent College was awarded two $3,000 grants; one for an early childhood educator workshop series, and another for a maple sugar tapping and climate change environmental education project for students and the public. In addition, the Westmoreland Conservation District was awarded a $3,000 grant to develop a pollinator garden to educate the public on the importance and maintenance of a pollinator habitat. “Each of us has an important role to play in protecting our environment,” Petrarca said. “These projects will be extremely beneficial in educating our residents on a variety of environmental and public health issues, including the best ways to protect our water supply and conserve our precious natural resources.” A total of 45 grants were awarded to schools, libraries, conservation district offices, and environmental and community organizations through the Environmental Education Grants Program . The program was established by the Environmental Education Act of 1993, which mandates setting aside Read more

 

Petrarca announces $137,600 state investment in local manufacturing partnership to spur growth and innovation

(Jun 24, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 24 – A Latrobe-based manufacturing company will benefit from a state grant program that connects manufacturing companies and research institutions designed to spur economic growth and innovation, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca announced today. Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, said Kennemetal in Latrobe has established a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh through the Manufacturing PA fellowship program. The program embeds the state’s best and brightest undergraduate and graduate students with local manufacturers. Once paired, the students begin working on research projects to develop new technologies and advance innovation. Through the Manufacturing PA program, Carnegie Mellon University received $69,883 in state grants, while the University of Pittsburgh received a grant of $67,720. “These partnerships will spur strong, lasting relationships between academia and the business sector, positioning our commonwealth to be a leader in manufacturing,” Petrarca said. “The students will receive valuable career experience, and companies – like Kennemetal – will benefit from the students’ research in innovation and technology.” The 26 approved projects help advance innovation in several sectors of manufacturing, including energy, consumer goods and advanced medical. A total of 11 universities partnered with local manufacturing Read more

 

Petrarca: Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program application deadline extended

(Jun 19, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 19 – The deadline to apply for a rebate on property taxes or rent paid in 2018 has been extended to Dec. 31, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. “This extension is good news for seniors and those who struggle to find ways to pay their property taxes,” Petrarca said. “Eligible Pennsylvanians include residents 65 or older; widows and widowers 50 or older; and people with disabilities 18 or older. It costs nothing to apply for the program, and my offices can help.” Petrarca added the program’s income eligibility limits are $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters. For purposes of calculating income, half of Social Security is excluded. The maximum standard rebate is $650, although supplemental rebates for certain qualifying homeowners can boost rebates to $975. Petrarca said application forms are available in his offices, which are located at 239 Longfellow St., Vandergrift; 620 N. Chestnut St., Derry; and in the Latrobe Municipal Building, 901 Jefferson St. Constituents seeking assistance must bring proof of local (county, borough and school) property taxes and proof of income, such as an IRS Form 1099. Residents can learn more about the program and download an application from the state Department of Revenue’s website at this link: Read more

 

Petrarca urges pet owners to keep their pets safe during hot weather

(Jun 10, 2019)

HARRISBURG, June 10 – As the official start of summer approaches, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca is urging all Pennsylvanians to take steps to keep pets safe during hot, humid weather. Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, who has supported efforts to protect pets in Pennsylvania, including Libre’s Law , said it’s important for people to practice basic summer safety tips when the temperatures – and humidity – start to rise. “We know how uncomfortable those hot, summer days can be for us, but imagine what it’s like for your pet,” Petrarca said. “While most of us know to never leave pets alone in a parked car, too often we still hear of cases where this happens, or we hear about pets who are left to fend for themselves without adequate shade or water while outside. These timely reminders could potentially save a pet’s life.” Petrarca recommends these tips to keep your pet healthy, comfortable and safe during the summer: Never leave your pet in a parked car, even for a minute or even with the air conditioner running in your vehicle. On an 85-degree day, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach over 100 degrees within 10 minutes. In 30 minutes, temperatures can rise to 120 degrees, which can cause your pet to suffer irreversible organ damage or die. Watch the humidity – if humidity is too high, it’s more difficult for your pet to cool themselves Read more

 

Petrarca: $300,000 to assist Indiana County in affordable housing options

(May 30, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 30 – Indiana County will receive $300,000 in funds to help several households with permanently disabled and low-income residents with necessary repairs and modifications to bring their homes up to code standards, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. Petrarca said the HOME program, administered through the state Department of Community and Economic Development, provides federal funds to assist municipalities and local governments in their efforts to expand and preserve affordable housing options for low-income residents. Seven households in Indiana County will benefit from the program. “The HOME program ensures residents will have the repairs and modifications needed to keep their homes safe and comfortable,” Petrarca said. “I believe everyone deserves a place they can call home, and that includes our most vulnerable citizens.” A total of $3.4 million will be distributed to 10 counties. For more information on the HOME program, please visit the following website: https://dced.pa.gov/programs/home/ Read more

 

Rep. Petrarca announces Fish for Free Day on Memorial Day weekend

(May 23, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 23 – With the Memorial Day holiday and the unofficial start of the summer season approaching, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca said the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is offering the first of two “Fish for Free Days” on Sunday. "Not only is it a great way to spend some quality time outdoors with friends and family, it also presents a great opportunity to introduce them to fishing,” Petrarca said. “It could be the start of a productive and satisfying hobby for them.” Petrarca said the Fish for Free Days allow anyone (resident or non-resident) to fish legally for Pennsylvania's most popular fish without a fishing license from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on May 26 and Thursday, July 4th. All other fishing laws and regulations remain in effect, he added. More information about the event is available on the Fish and Boat Commission website at https://www.fishandboat.com/Fish/FishingRegulations/Pages/FishForFreeDay.aspx . Read more

 

Petrarca announces $25,000 Safe Schools Targeted grant for Apollo-Ridge School District

(May 20, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 20 – The Apollo-Ridge School District has been awarded a $25,000 state grant to purchase safety and security-related equipment, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. Petrarca said the Safe Schools Targeted grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Education were awarded to 39 school districts which applied – but did not receive – competitive grants from PDE during last fall’s funding cycle. “These vital funds will help our schools invest in equipment and technology to keep our children safe while in school,” Petrarca said. “It will complement the existing safety tools and resources they currently have in place.” The grants can be used to purchase security-related equipment, including: student, staff and visitor identification systems; metal detectors; protective lighting; special communications equipment; electronic locksets; deadbolts and theft control devices; and training in the use of the security-related technology. This funding is in addition to the $47.5 million the state School Safety and Security Committee with the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency announced earlier this month. Targeted grant applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now being accepted. More information can be found at the following link: https://www.education.pa.gov/Schools/safeschools/fundinggrants/Pages/default.aspx Read more

 

Petrarca announces $10,000 in grants to expand breakfast for students in Derry Area School District

(May 16, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 16 – Students in the Derry Area School District will have access to a healthy breakfast, thanks to a grant through the state’s School Breakfast Initiative, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. Both Derry Area Senior High School and Derry Area Middle School were each awarded a $5,000 grant through the program. “Study after study has shown that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day for children,” Petrarca said. “We know that nutrition plays a key role in a child’s development, but also in their academic performance. This funding will allow students to focus less on their empty stomachs and more so on their schoolwork.” The state’s School Breakfast Initiative allows schools to use grants to increase and sustain breakfast participation through implementing or expanding alternative breakfast options, including grab-and-go breakfasts, or breakfast in the classroom. Schools can also expand an existing program to include an alternative serving method. “These grants will allow our schools to address food security issues and assist more students in need, either through starting a new breakfast program or improving an existing one,” Petrarca added. Read more

 

Rep. Petrarca announces new hire, changes at Latrobe office

(May 16, 2019)

LATROBE, May 16 – State Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced Shannon Cypher has joined his district office staff as a legislative assistant and will be working daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Latrobe office, located in the Latrobe Municipal Building at Jefferson Street. Petrarca said Cypher, who has experience in state government, is well-versed in handling a variety of issues and concerns for constituents. “It’s vital that as elected officials, we be accessible to the people we serve,” Petrarca said. “Shannon is excited to help constituents with various PennDOT and Department of Revenue forms, as well as any questions about state services, programs and notary services.” The Latrobe office can be reached at (724) 539-7560. Petrarca also has district offices located at 620 N. Chestnut St. in Derry and 239 Longfellow St. in Vandergrift. Read more

 

Petrarca: Bill to protect veterans’ access to PACE, PACENET passes in House

(May 15, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 15 – A bill to allow more veterans to participate in state prescription drug assistance programs unanimously passed in the House, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. Petrarca, who is a co-sponsor of H.B. 375 , said the bill would remove the value of all state service- connected payments and federal veterans’ disability payments from being counted toward the income eligibility calculations for the PACE and PACENET prescription drug programs. State law currently requires that these payments be counted as income. “I’m pleased we can move forward to protect our veterans’ access to these valuable programs,” Petrarca said. “They have served their country with grace and dignity, and a bonus or stipend that he or she receives should not disqualify them from PACE or PACENET.” The income limits for PACE eligibility are $14,500 for a single person and $17,700 for a married couple. PACENET income limits are slightly higher. For a single person, total income can be between $14,500 and $23,500. For a married couple, combined total income can be between $17,700 and $31,500. The bill now moves to the Senate for consideration. Read more

 

Petrarca announces $13,000 in grants awarded to small businesses in Westmoreland County to reduce energy costs, consumption

(May 08, 2019)

HARRISBURG, May 8 – Two small businesses in Westmoreland County have been awarded a total of $13,200 in grants from the state Department of Environmental Protection’s Small Business Advantage Grant Program, state Rep. Joseph Petrarca, D-Westmoreland/Armstrong/Indiana, announced today. The grants can assist small businesses with cutting their energy use, saving money and reducing environmental waste, Petrarca said. “Small businesses can use these funds to install more efficient equipment, including energy-saving LED lighting, replacing inefficient heating and cooling systems, and switching to digital equipment,” Petrarca said. “These grants can play a vital role in helping these businesses reduce their carbon footprint and be innovative at the same time.” Grants were awarded to the following businesses (including the amount and project): Quality Mould, Inc. – $7,000, HVAC Specialty Seal Group – $6,200, LED lighting Nearly $1 million dollars in grants were approved by the Department of Environmental Protection for 201 projects statewide, with nearly $3.4 million in matching private investment from the recipients to complete their projects. Eligible small businesses had fewer than 100 employees and were required to reduce their waste or energy consumption by 25 percent or more. More information about the grants can be found at this link: Read more

 

Petrarca announces nearly $234,000 in state funds to improve, repair recreational facility and parks
Sep 17, 2019

Petrarca: $6.5 million in funding for Westmoreland County Community College
Sep 17, 2019

Petrarca announces $365,000 in grants to support victims of crime, criminal justice efforts
Sep 12, 2019

Petrarca announces aviation grants for regional airports in Armstrong, Westmoreland counties
Aug 28, 2019

Petrarca: Nearly $4.4 million in state capital funding grants awarded to three entities in Westmoreland County
Aug 01, 2019

Petrarca announces upcoming sign-up date for Westmoreland County seniors to apply for Farmer’s Market Nutrition, County Food Bank programs
Jul 29, 2019

Petrarca announces $2.6 million in Pennvest funding for Latrobe Municipal Authority
Jul 17, 2019

Petrarca: Local school awarded grant for fresh fruits and vegetables
Jul 15, 2019

Petrarca announces $423,000 in funding to expand housing options and assistance for those in need
Jul 15, 2019

Petrarca: Nearly $12,000 in grants to Armstrong, Westmoreland counties to fund environmental education projects
Jul 01, 2019

Petrarca announces $137,600 state investment in local manufacturing partnership to spur growth and innovation
Jun 24, 2019

Petrarca: Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program application deadline extended
Jun 19, 2019

Petrarca urges pet owners to keep their pets safe during hot weather
Jun 10, 2019

Petrarca: $300,000 to assist Indiana County in affordable housing options
May 30, 2019

Rep. Petrarca announces Fish for Free Day on Memorial Day weekend
May 23, 2019

Petrarca announces $25,000 Safe Schools Targeted grant for Apollo-Ridge School District
May 20, 2019

Petrarca announces $10,000 in grants to expand breakfast for students in Derry Area School District
May 16, 2019

Rep. Petrarca announces new hire, changes at Latrobe office
May 16, 2019

Petrarca: Bill to protect veterans’ access to PACE, PACENET passes in House
May 15, 2019

Petrarca announces $13,000 in grants awarded to small businesses in Westmoreland County to reduce energy costs, consumption
May 08, 2019