Shusterman announces $50K grant awarded to Tredyffrin Township Library

TREDYFFRIN, Oct. 17 – State Rep. Melissa Shusterman, D-Chester/Montgomery, announced today that Tredyffrin Township Library will receive $50,000 in state funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Keystone Grants.

The funds will be used toward replacing first floor lighting with an all new LED lighting system in the Tredyffrin public library.

“I’m thankful that our community library was selected to receive these funds,” Shusterman said. “This upgrade will help enhance library patrons’ experience by creating a more ideal space for learning, gathering, working or simply enjoying a good book.”

Keystone Grants are competitive grants funded through the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund. Grants of up to $750,000 may be used for planning, acquisition, construction and rehabilitation of public libraries, and must be matched dollar-for-dollar. Examples of fundable projects include, but are not limited to: ADA upgrades, new roof, replacement windows, energy efficient upgrades to HVAC systems, facility expansion and new construction.