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PACE prescription programs benefit seniors

(Feb 10, 2016)

PACE, PACENET and PACE plus Medicare are Pennsylvania's prescription assistance programs for older adults, offering low-cost prescription medication to qualified residents, age 65 and older. As of this year, the legislature passed a law excluding Social Security Medicare Part B premiums from being counted towards income levels. Read more

 

CHIP offers kids protection and parents peace of mind

(Jan 29, 2016)

Pennsylvania has a Children's Health Insurance Program that provides free and low-cost health insurance to children. CHIP is not welfare – it covers children of working parents whose employers don't offer coverage and who can't afford private insurance. If you can't afford health insurance for your children, chances are they are eligible for CHIP. Read more

 

Pa. Treasury could be holding your unclaimed property

(Jan 01, 2016)

Each year, the Pennsylvania Treasury receives millions of dollars of unclaimed property. It is estimated that roughly one in 10 Pennsylvanians has unclaimed property. Read more

 

PA Power Switch: Ask the right questions

(Dec 30, 2015)

In Pennsylvania, you can choose the company that generates your electricity – also known as your electric supplier. This means that you have the power to switch to a competing supplier who can offer the lowest price, or provide a specific service you want, such as “green” or renewable energy. Read more

 

USDA offers financial help for veterinary education; PSATS convention in Hershey

(May 27, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is offering up to $25,000 each year toward qualified educational loans for eligible veterinarians agreeing to serve three years in the region, which is a “high priority veterinarian shortage” area. Read more

 

Memorial Day: In remembrance

(May 26, 2015)

Memorial Day reminds us that the price paid for our freedom and way of life comes through the blood of those veterans who fought for our beloved nation. Read more

 

State grant to enable Brownsville senior housing project to start

(May 26, 2015)

The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency approved $750,000 in funding and $692,279 in tax credits to launch the Brownsville Senior Housing Project. The project features rehabilitation and new construction at 5 Market St. to include 24 affordable, senior housing apartments augmented by first-floor retail outlets and 17 parking spaces. Read more

 

Snyder praises Governor Wolf’s nomination for PUC

(May 18, 2015)

HARRISBURG , May 18 – State Rep. Pam Snyder, D-Greene/Fayette/Washington, today issued the following statement on Gov. Tom Wolf’s nomination of Andrew Place to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission: "The governor made an excellent choice by nominating Andrew Place to the PUC. Andrew will bring a wealth of experience with energy issues to the commission. Coming from the natural gas industry, he will ensure that the commonwealth’s energy resources continue to benefit all Pennsylvanians. As a Greene County farmer, Andrew provides a unique perspective while making sure that the concerns of southwestern Pennsylvania will be taken into consideration." ### Read more

 

Snyder: $1.4 million approved for Brownsville revitalization project

(May 14, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency approved $750,000 in funding and $692,279 in tax credits to launch the Brownsville Senior Housing Project. The project builds on other renewal efforts under way in the borough. Read more

 

Snyder: Measure honoring local military heroes signed into law

(May 13, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that Gov. Tom Wolf has signed into law her measure honoring two members of America’s armed forces from southwestern Pennsylvania killed in action in Vietnam and Somalia. Act 3 names the Exit 28 Mon-Fayette Expressway Interchange with state routes 43 and 88 in Centerville, Washington County, as the Marine Corporal Thomas R. Matty Memorial Interchange. It also names the Route 88 bridge over Muddy Creek in Cumberland Township, Greene County, as the Army Corporal Richard W. Kowalewski, Jr. Memorial Bridge. Read more

 

Armed Forces Day is Saturday: Take time to thank our military; Shred event is a success

(May 12, 2015)

As we prepare to observe Armed Forces Day on May 16, Rep. Pam Snyder asks that citizens take a moment to reflect on all of our service members worldwide for the hope they bring to the world. Read more

 

Free shred event on tap Saturday at Greene County Fairgrounds; Women's Health Week starts on Mother's Day

(May 08, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder and the Greene County Commissioners are sponsoring a free shredding event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 9, at the Greene County Fairgrounds. It’s a great opportunity to securely dispose of unwanted confidential documents. Also, Sunday – Mother’s Day – marks the start of National Women's Health Week, which is designed to encourage women to take care of their health. Read more

 

Free shred event on tap May 9 at Greene County Fairgrounds

(May 07, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder and the Greene County Commissioners are teaming up to sponsor a free community shredding event on Saturday, May 9, for the safe disposal of unwanted, confidential documents. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at the Greene County Fairgrounds. Read more

 

Reigning Pa. Bituminous Coal Queen graces House chamber; and May 12 is deadline for absentee ballot requests

(May 05, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that it was a joy introducing Alyssa Gallagher of Uniontown, the reigning Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Queen, around the state House of Representatives. Also, please be aware that requests for absentee ballots must be received by the county board of elections no later than 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, for the primary on May 19. Read more

 

Snyder measure would extend Lemon Law protections to motorcycles

(May 04, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder has introduced legislation that would extend the state’s Lemon Law protections to motorcycle buyers. Under Pennsylvania’s Lemon Law, manufacturers must replace, repurchase or compensate vehicle owners for defects that substantially impair its use, value or safety at no cost to the purchaser. "The reasonable protections available for vehicle owners should apply to motorcycle owners," Snyder said. "If a new motorcycle is in the repair shop for 30 days during the first year of ownership through no fault of the owner, then the rider deserves a fair shake and a new deal." Read more

 

Uniontown hearing spotlights need to tackle drug, alcohol addictions

(Apr 30, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder participated in a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing in Uniontown to address the need for additional funding for drug and alcohol addiction and prevention programs. Fayette, Greene and Washington counties have among the highest death rates from drug overdoses in the country. Rep. Snyder says simply building more prisons is not the answer, and more treatment centers are needed. Read more

 

April 28 is Workers’ Memorial Day in Pa.; Fighting to keep kids healthy with CHIP

(Apr 27, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder won unanimous approval of her House Resolution 251, designating Tuesday, April 28, as Workers’ Memorial Day in Pennsylvania. The resolution honors the thousands of individuals who have succumbed to workplace fatalities. Read more

 

Two local military heroes due recognition; ticks, threat of Lyme disease hitting western Pa.

(Apr 23, 2015)

Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to sign into law Rep. Pam Snyder's legislation honoring two members of America’s Armed Forces from southwestern Pennsylvania who were killed in action in Vietnam and Somalia. Also, ticks and the dreaded Lyme disease they carry have advanced significantly into western Pennsylvania. Read more

 

Free shred event on tap Saturday, May 9, at Greene County Fairgrounds

(Apr 23, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder and the Greene County Commissioners are sponsoring a free, document shredding event from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, May 9, at the Greene County Fairgrounds, Waynesburg. It's an opportunity to safely dispose of personal, financial documents. Read more

 

Snyder: $3.4 million approved for Dry Tavern sewerage upgrade

(Apr 22, 2015)

Rep. Pam Snyder reports that Pennvest has approved $3.4 million for the Dry Tavern Sewer Authority to extend and bolster sewer service in the Pumpkin Run area of Jefferson Township, Greene County, while sparing customers from rate increases. The financing includes a $2.7 million grant as well as a $741,500, 20-year loan at 1 percent interest. Read more

 

PACE prescription programs benefit seniors
Feb 10, 2016

CHIP offers kids protection and parents peace of mind
Jan 29, 2016

Pa. Treasury could be holding your unclaimed property
Jan 01, 2016

PA Power Switch: Ask the right questions
Dec 30, 2015

USDA offers financial help for veterinary education; PSATS convention in Hershey
May 27, 2015

Memorial Day: In remembrance
May 26, 2015

State grant to enable Brownsville senior housing project to start
May 26, 2015

Snyder praises Governor Wolf’s nomination for PUC
May 18, 2015

Snyder: $1.4 million approved for Brownsville revitalization project
May 14, 2015

Snyder: Measure honoring local military heroes signed into law
May 13, 2015

Armed Forces Day is Saturday: Take time to thank our military; Shred event is a success
May 12, 2015

Free shred event on tap Saturday at Greene County Fairgrounds; Women's Health Week starts on Mother's Day
May 08, 2015

Free shred event on tap May 9 at Greene County Fairgrounds
May 07, 2015

Reigning Pa. Bituminous Coal Queen graces House chamber; and May 12 is deadline for absentee ballot requests
May 05, 2015

Snyder measure would extend Lemon Law protections to motorcycles
May 04, 2015

Uniontown hearing spotlights need to tackle drug, alcohol addictions
Apr 30, 2015

April 28 is Workers’ Memorial Day in Pa.; Fighting to keep kids healthy with CHIP
Apr 27, 2015

Two local military heroes due recognition; ticks, threat of Lyme disease hitting western Pa.
Apr 23, 2015

Free shred event on tap Saturday, May 9, at Greene County Fairgrounds
Apr 23, 2015

Snyder: $3.4 million approved for Dry Tavern sewerage upgrade
Apr 22, 2015