Bullock, Curry highlight issue of student homelessness

(Nov 15, 2022)

HARRISBURG, NOV. 15 – State Reps. Donna Bullock, D-Phila., and Gina Curry, D-Delaware, held a news conference Monday to mark Student Homelessness Awareness Week and educate the public about the prevalence of students experiencing homelessness in Pennsylvania. In the 2020-21 school year, 32,666 students in Pennsylvania schools were homeless or living without adequate housing. “It’s unacceptable that more than 32,000 of our students have recently experienced homelessness or have dealt with inadequate housing. While that number represents a decrease from previous years, it’s still too high,” Bullock said. “We want residents of the commonwealth to recognize that education provides stability and support to youth experiencing homelessness and is a key to preventing future homelessness. We need to do everything we can to support education and our students.” Out of 786 local education agencies in Pennsylvania, 713 are receiving McKinney-Vento subgrants to abate the challenges in their communities. The McKinney-Vento Act states that an individual or family who lacks a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence is considered homeless. Identifying homelessness can be difficult. According to experts, families experiencing homelessness often keep their situation and circumstances hidden from friends, program staff and others. Many families say that they worry about being judged or are fearful of child welfare involvement. Read more

 

GRANT MEMO: Workforce Support, Historic Preservation, and Criminal Justice Disparity Research Funding Opportunities For Your District

(Nov 14, 2022)

STATE PROGRAMS NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS: Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry: Pennsylvania Nursing Pathway Apprenticeship Industry Partnership (Funding Source: Federal Funding) Who May Apply : Pennsylvania local workforce development boards. Use : To support the convening of Nursing Pathway Apprenticeship Industry Partnerships in lower moderate-income communities and guide the development and registration of healthcare apprenticeship programs, with emphasis on nursing occupations, through group sponsorships. Funds : Up to $260,000. Application Deadline : November 30, 2022 More Information : Click on https://www.dli.pa.gov/Businesses/Workforce-Development/grants/Documents/Nurse-Pathway-IP/Nursing%20Pathway%20Apprenticeship%20IP%20NGA%20FINAL.pdf . Pennsylvania Department of Human Services: Work Force Support Grant (WFSG) 2.0 (Funding Source: Federal Funding) Who May Apply : Eligible DHS certified childcare providers. Use : To provide funding to eligible DHS certified childcare providers (providers) for staff retention and staff recruitment purposes. Funds : Variable depending on staff levels. Application Deadline : December 6, 2022 More Information : Click on https://www.pakeys.org/workforcesupportgrants2/ . Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency: 2022 Read more

 

Santarsiero and Davis bring home $500,000 in state tax credits

(Nov 03, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 3 – State Sen. Steve Santarsiero and Rep. Tina Davis, both D-Bucks, announced today that they secured $500,000 in Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits to revitalize Croydon and Bristol through support for local business projects. “I am very glad to have secured these state funds for our district as they will provide critical financial assistance to local businesses, which will in turn help keep Lower Bucks on the path towards revitalization,” Davis said. “These tax credits will be used to improve the functionality and aesthetics of a business property in Croydon and aid in the achievement of long-term plans for a company expansion in Bristol. This state funding will help to drive economic development in Lower Bucks, reaping benefits for local businesses, their employees and area residents. I want to thank Senator Santarsiero for working with me to secure this funding and Gov. Tom Wolf for allocating them.” “These Neighborhood Assistance Program funds are a key investment to help businesses keep jobs in our community and continue to grow,” Santarsiero said. “The tax credits offered through this program help boost our local economy and incentivize businesses to be strong community partners.” The tax credits will assist in the rehabilitation of these local projects: $250,000 to EDC Real Estate, LLC to purchase and improve Read more

 

Ciresi applauds $136,250 in state funds for Pottstown blight remediation

(Nov 03, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 3 – State Rep. Joe Ciresi, D-Montgomery, announced today that he secured $136,250 in Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits to assist Genesis Housing Corp. in its investment in revitalizing blighted properties in Pottstown. “This $136,250 in state tax credits will help fight blight in Pottstown,” Ciresi said. “Not only will this money assist efforts to improve aesthetics and increase community supports, but it will also provide money for critical repairs to keep at-risk homeowners in their homes. This funding will improve the quality of life for area residents and keep Pottstown on the road to revitalization.” The investment will assist Genesis Housing Corporation’s rehabilitate projects in Pottstown: $80,000 to support GHC’s coordinated efforts with local organizations to address blighted properties and drive revitalization efforts to improve safety, housing and commercial development. Expected measurable outcomes will include exterior renovations (including housing rehab and façade grants), housing counseling services, improved community access to gardens and support for community improvement programs. GHC is partnering with Pottstown Community Action, Mosaic Community Land Trust and Hobart’s Run. $56,250 for GHC’s proposed Pottstown Homeowner Property Rehab program, which will provide rehab grants for owner-occupied single-family homes in Read more

 

Healthcare Advocates Sound Alarm about Disturbing Trends in Maternal Care Access, Especially for Black Women

(Nov 01, 2022)

Lansdowne, PA – Acting Secretary of Health and Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson today joined fellow state leaders and patients during a visit to an organization serving expectant mothers and families to address Black maternal health disparities and maternal health deserts across Pennsylvania. “As a board-certified OBGYN who spent decades caring for people during their pregnancies, I understand the importance of working harder to provide access to quality maternal care services for everyone during pregnancy and afterward,” said Dr. Johnson. “The latest data show that in Pennsylvania, more than 105,000 women 18-44 years of age live in counties with little or no obstetric care. That is completely intolerable.” During a news conference today at the Pettaway Pursuit Foundation – a non-profit educational and community outreach organization for expectant mothers and families – leaders from the Department of Health, Pennsylvania Commission for Women and the Governor’s Advisory Commission on African American Affairs highlighted disturbing trends in maternal care access. According to a recent March of Dimes report , maternity deserts are growing in Pennsylvania, with six counties considered maternity care deserts, up from five counties in the previous report. A maternity care desert is a county where there’s a lack of maternity care resources, no hospitals or birth centers offering Read more

 

Shusterman: Valley Forge Park Alliance awarded $500K

(Nov 01, 2022)

PAOLI, Nov. 1 – State Rep. Melissa Shusterman is pleased to announce the Valley Forge Park Alliance has been awarded $500,000 in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program funding for the Maurice Stephens House project to convert the home into a new headquarters for the Valley Forge Park Alliance and a café. “For years, the Valley Forge Park Alliance has provided excellent services to park visitors that have complimented official park programming, including bird walks, historical lectures and wellness workshops,” said Shusterman, D-Chester/Montgomery. “The Maurice Stephens House project will allow them to not only continue these valuable programs but also expand their impact on visitors by having their headquarters located right on the grounds of the park.” The funds will be used to either build an addition or pay for the design fees and site work for the property surrounding to building. That work would include rehabilitating an existing parking lot, installing sidewalks, electricity to the parking lot, signage and landscaping. “Valley Forge brings in more than a million visitors every year and is a significant tourist and historic attraction in the region,” Shusterman said. “This project will be a wonderful addition to the park and will provide a place for visitors to take a break, before exploring more of the 3,500 acres.” The RACP is a grant program Read more

 

Howard to host mental health discussion this month

(Nov 01, 2022)

MALVERN, Nov. 1 – State Rep. Kristine Howard, D-Chester, invites residents of the 167 th Legislative District to join her for an Adult Mental Health Forum from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 16 in the Struble Room at the Chester County Library (450 Exton Square Parkway, Exton). “No one should feel alone when addressing their own mental health,” said Howard. “There are tremendous mental health resources right here in Chester County. This forum will be an important discussion on what is available and what we can do better as a community to address mental health conditions.” The forum will include presentations from: A representative from the Chester County Department of Mental Health. A representative from the Chester County Department of Intellectual Disabilities. A representative from the West Chester University Community Mental Health Clinic. Niki Weigand, NAMI Keystone’s Advocacy Director. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five Americans live with a mental health condition. The following mental health services are available for those in need of assistance: The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, dial 988 or visit 988lifeline.org. Valley Creek Crisis Center (24/7): 610-280-3270 or www.chesco.org/1640/Emergency PA Crisis Text Line: Text PA to 741741 (Free, 24/7, Confidential) Howard has introduced two bills to Read more

 

Curry announces $750K in funding to create a homelessness resource center

(Nov 01, 2022)

UPPER DARBY, Oct. 31 – State Rep. Gina H. Curry announced today the Student Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia (SREHUP) has been awarded $750,000 in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program funds for its Breaking Bread Community project in the 164 th Legislative District. SREHUP’s Breaking Bread Community project will be a homelessness eradication resource center, located in Upper Darby Township, proving services and housing help for anyone who may need them. It will also include a night shelter for at least 30 individuals. The project site is a three-story building and will require: A full renovation to provide a day use community area and offices on the first floor. Sleeping spaces on the second and third floors. New heating, air conditioning, electrical and fire alarm infrastructure. New interiors and finishes. New bathrooms on every floor. Improvements to the existing elevator. “The Student Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia is doing great work across the region to make sure those who are in need, are taken care of during the most extreme weather and throughout the year,” said Curry. “We are currently experiencing a crisis of people experiencing homelessness and food insecurity. This funding will help the organization provide necessary services with dignity and respect. I am pleased to see this funding awarded to a project right here in Upper Darby Read more

 

Montgomery County House Dems Announce $3M in Funding for Mitzvah Circle

(Oct 31, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 31 – Pennsylvania House Democrats in Montgomery County presented a check for $3 million to Mitzvah Circle Foundation to expand its critical services delivering immediate needs to vulnerable families. In partnership with more than 300 local organizations, MCF provides donated and purchased goods such as clothing, shoes, diapers, toiletries, period supplies, housewares and more – including many items not covered by food stamps or other safety net programs – to individuals and families in need. Families who can’t obtain these critical items become entrenched deeper in crisis. By providing a full array of life's essentials, MCF helps families to begin to break the cycle of crisis and poverty. “Mitzvah Circle is honored to receive this funding. It allows us to continue serving the most vulnerable families in Montgomery County,” said Fran Held, founder and director of MCF. The Montgomery County legislators, including Sens. Amanda Cappelletti, Maria Collett, Art Haywood, Vincent Hughes and Katie Muth, as well as Reps. Matt Bradford, Tim Briggs, Joe Ciresi, Mary Jo Daley, Pam DeLissio, Nancy Guenst, Liz Hanbidge, Steve Malagari, Napoleon Nelson, Ben Sanchez, Melissa Shusterman, Greg Vitali, and Joe Webster, worked with the Wolf administration to help deliver the funds, which originate from American Rescue Plan Act funding. “Mitzvah Circle reaches into every corner of Montgomery County, and it Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Secure $2 Million for Bristol Riverside Theatre Renovation

(Oct 31, 2022)

BUCKS COUNTY?– October 26, 2022 − State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representative Tina Davis (D-141) announced $2 million in state funds from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) will go to a major renovation project at the Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol Borough. “I’d like to thank Governor Wolf for supporting our request to dedicate RACP funds for the Bristol Riverside Theatre renovation, which will revitalize this award-winning establishment and breathe new life into the arts scene in Bristol Borough,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “The Bristol Riverside Theatre has produced quality theatre for 35 years, and this project will enable the theatre to attract locals and visitors for years to the area for years to come.” “I’m proud that I had the opportunity to work with Sen. Santarsiero on securing the $2 million in RACP funds for the Bristol Riverside Theatre renovation,” state Rep. Davis said. “The renovation of this award-wining cultural jewel will help enhance the area’s quality of life and economy, drawing new residents to this booming quarter of the commonwealth.” The renovation will be a total overhaul of the theatre, which has not been upgraded since opening in 1986 in a historic movie theater in Bristol Borough. The project will include demolition of the 300-seat space and construction of a state-of-the-art facility to attract theatre-goers to the more than 200 Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Bring $1.3 Million to Bristol Borough for Redevelopment Project

(Oct 31, 2022)

BUCKS COUNTY?– October 26, 2022 ? – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representative Tina Davis (D-141) announced $1.3 million in state funds from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) for Bristol Borough to redevelop multiple properties along Chestnut and Elm Streets in the Borough. “Bristol Borough has seen great economic growth and revitalization in recent years, attracting new businesses and residents to the area. The redevelopment of the vacant properties at Chestnut and Elm Streets will help the Borough continue to expand its appeal and breathe new life into the area,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “I’d like to thank Governor Wolf for allocating RACP funds for this project, which will help Bristol Borough complete a vision two decades in the making.” “I am so proud that Sen. Santasiero and I were able to secure $1.3 million in RACP funding to redevelop the vacant properties at Chestnut and Elm Streets,” Rep. Davis said. “This funding will help to rehabilitate these dilapidated properties and help rejuvenate the entire area. This redevelopment is one more sign of Bristol Borough’s revitalization.” The project is a partnership between Bristol Borough and the Redevelopment Authority of Bucks County to complete a project to revitalize properties along Elm & Chestnut Streets in Bristol Borough. Specifically, the funds will used to purchase seven units on Chestnut Street, Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Davis Announce $255,000 for Bristol Township Watershed Restoration

(Oct 31, 2022)

BUCKS COUNTY – September 23, 2022 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and State Representative Tina Davis (D-141) announced today that Bristol Township will receive $255,000 in state funding for a watershed restoration project. The project will improve the existing swales along Mill Creek near Plumbridge Drive in the township, helping to combat erosion of the existing swales and prevent the flow of sediment into the creek. “Vegetated bioswales are an environmentally-friendly way to manage stormwater runoff and protect water quality in our local creeks,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “Solutions like what Bristol Township is implementing here will preserve our natural resources while strengthening our infrastructure to combat increasingly severe weather.” Bristol Township Manager Randee Elton described the project, noting, “With this funding, the Township has the opportunity to implement stormwater projects in an effort to reduce sediment in our waterways. The focus area is along the wooded section of Mill Creek adjacent to the Plumbridge Drive. The existing swales exhibit signs of severe erosion occurring and lacks vegetation which allows sediment to flow directly into Mill Creek. The proposed installation of vegetated swales will improve Mill Creek to protect water quality, promote groundwater recharge, and provide a reduction of pollutants to the waterways.” “This state grant award will help implement the Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Secure $1 Million for Croydon Fire Company Emergency Services Building

(Oct 31, 2022)

BUCKS COUNTY – October 26, 2022 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representative Tina Davis (D-141) announced $1 million in state funds from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) will go to the Croydon Fire Company for the construction of a new Emergency Services Building. “I’d like to thank Governor Wolf for supporting our request to dedicate RACP funds for the Croydon Fire Co Emergency Services Building project, which will provide the fire company a modern facility from which to serve the community,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “The upgraded space will streamline fire station operations, ensuring the volunteers of the Croydon Fire Company have the resources they need to respond to community emergencies safely and efficiently.” “I am proud to work with Senator Santarsiero to bring this critical funding back to our district,” Rep. Davis said. “This $1 million in grant money will help expand and renovate the Croydon Fire Company’s Emergency Services Building. The renovated building’s upgraded operations will enable its firefighters to more quickly get to residents in danger. This is literally life-saving funding and I thank Governor Wolf for approving its allocation.” The renovation will be a two phased project. The first phase will entail the demolition of the existing building and site work. Phase two will be the construction of the new building. The new building will Read more

 

Guzman to host a visit of the Secretary of Transportation in Reading

(Oct 31, 2022)

READING, Oct. 31 — State Rep. Manny Guzman, D-Berks, today announced that he will be meeting with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Yassmin Gramian on Friday, Nov. 4 to discuss issues impacting Berks County. “I am looking forward to this meeting; it will be a chance to exchange ideas and learn more about current and upcoming projects of the Department of Transportation in Berks County,” Guzman said. The lawmaker said he plans to highlight topics related to roads, urban and rural transportation, and the infrastructure system. Guzman will host Gramian on a tour in the area starting at 10 a.m. at 645 Penn St. The next stop in the agenda is scheduled for 11 a.m. when they will head to the RACC Schmidt Training and Technology Center, 15 North Front Street , where they will hold a meeting joined by a group of officials from different boroughs of Berks County to listen to the needs of their respective cities. For more information, contact Guzman’s district office at 610-376-1529 Read more

 

$250,000 awarded to Kennett Consolidated School District

(Oct 28, 2022)

KENNETT SQUARE, Oct. 28 – State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, today announced Kennett Consolidated School District has been awarded $250,000 in Ready-to-Learn Block Grant funding. The funding will be used to support full-day kindergarten in the school district. KCSD administrators said the district will align their curriculum at the kindergarten center with local Pre-K Counts centers to ensure an exceptional transition experience for kids entering the district. “I am pleased to see this funding awarded to the Kennett Consolidated School District,” said Sappey. “According to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, children in high-quality full-day kindergarten programs often have better long-term educational outcomes. Full-day kindergarten also supports working parents by reducing the cost of child care.” “Great school systems are like quality buildings– every long-lasting one has a strong foundation. The Ready-to-Learn Grant has provided KCSD essential support in building that for our students,” Kennett Consolidated School District Superintendent Dr. Dusty Blakey said. “As a community, the best investment we can make is in early childhood education. Our full-day kindergarten program, made possible through Ready-to-Learn funding, increases academic achievement, teaches social skills and provides access to services, leveling the playing field for all Read more

 

Montgomery County House Democrats Announce $5.75M for Child Advocacy Center

(Oct 28, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 28 – Pennsylvania House Democrats in Montgomery County are congratulating the Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County for being awarded $5.75 million to build its Child Advocacy and Training Center. In a joint letter to Gov. Tom Wolf, members of the Montgomery County House Democratic Delegation shared that “Child abuse is a growing public health crisis that requires urgent intervention and response. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this issue significantly, placing an intense strain on our community’s most vulnerable members. The child advocacy center model is an evidence-based approach that has been found to provide a faster healing process for the child, more fluid collaboration between all professionals, and more effective and streamlined investigations. By providing on-site medical and mental health services, the facility would also be removing barriers to make care more accessible and equitable, as well as improving overall physical and mental health outcomes for children and their caregivers.” The Montgomery County legislators, including Reps. Matt Bradford, Tim Briggs, Joe Ciresi, Mary Jo Daley, Pam DeLissio, Nancy Guenst, Liz Hanbidge, Steve Malagari, Napoleon Nelson, Ben Sanchez, Greg Vitali, and Joe Webster, worked with the Wolf administration to help deliver the funds, which originate from the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program . Read more

 

Krueger: $1 million RACP grant for Neumann University hockey rink

(Oct 27, 2022)

ASTON, Oct. 27 – State Rep. Leanne Krueger, D-Delaware, announced today that the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program has awarded Neumann University a $1 million grant to build a new hockey rink. “This is a tremendous award, not only for Neumann University, but for Aston Township and Delaware County as a whole,” Krueger said. “This grant will provide economic development for Neumann University and increased access for those who love ice hockey.” The grant will expand access for youth, collegiate and adult ice hockey, sled hockey and ice-skating programs, many of which are limited by rink availability. A conceptual design for the project includes the following features: A 94,000-square-foot arena, which includes two floors and two ice rinks. A large lobby area, 6-8 locker rooms, meeting and classroom spaces, a concessions area and 1,050 for spectator seating. A new parking area and pedestrian walkways. The grant was awarded by the RACP, a program administered by the Office of the Budget whose grants aim to bolster community development and economic activity. Read more

 

Ciresi brings home $17.3 million in funding for regional capital improvement projects

(Oct 27, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 27 – State Rep. Joe Ciresi, D-Montgomery, announced today that he secured $17,267,868 in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program funding for local projects i n the district and wider southeastern Pennsylvania. “I’m very proud to have secured over $17 million in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grants because this funding will help complete projects that will dramatically improve our economy and quality of life here in the district and throughout the region,” Ciresi said. “This funding will have a far-reaching impact on our communities for years to come and further elevate Montgomery County as one of the most desirable areas in Pennsylvania for business development, education, the arts and residential living. I thank Gov. Tom Wolf for allocating this money for these highly deserving projects.” $1,500,000 to the Redevelopment Authority of Montgomery County for renovation of Montgomery County Community College's Pottstown Campus’ Hanover Street Building. MCCC has partnered with the Pottstown Children’s Discovery Center, which will move into the Hanover Street Building and create a hub for community engagement and outreach. $2,500,000 to 610 Main Street LLC for the Nelson Ice Cream Factory redevelopment project. The funds will help to complete the site’s environmental cleanup, demolish the abandoned factory buildings, adaptively reuse the historic Read more

 

Daley brings home nearly $7 million in state grants to the district

(Oct 27, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 27— State Rep. Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery County today announced that the 148 th District received nearly $7 million in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program funding for local projects. “I am proud to have secured $6,975,000 in RACP funding to support these important local projects that will help our community thrive,” Daley said. “This funding will have a positive impact on some of the vulnerable segments in our community. From helping our seniors to get active to supporting students with learning disabilities academic growth and the region’s autistic community development, this funding will help the old to the very young live full lives, engaged with the world and living to their fullest potential. I want to thank Gov. Tom Wolf for allocating this money for these projects.” The following projects have been awarded: $1 million to AIM Academy to construct a two-story addition which will hold 8 classrooms, offices and collaborative work areas. Green roofs and EV charging stations will be included on the new addition. $2 million to Lower Merion Township’s Department of Parks and Recreation to construct the Ardmore Community Center-PALM Senior Center Replacement Renovation. The Ardmore Avenue Community Center will be a newly constructed environmentally sensitive building with more Read more

 

Guzman welcomes $19.5 million in RACP grants for six local projects

(Oct 26, 2022)

READING, Oct. 26 – State Rep. Manuel Guzman, D-Berks, today announced that six major Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grants totaling $19.5 million were awarded for projects in Berks County. The funds will benefit organizations in the fields of education, health and recreation, among others. The grants include: Albright College, Leo Camp Building Renovation - $3 million. Albright plans to renovate the Camp Building - located on campus and owned by the College - into a state-of-the-art facility optimized for innovation and creativity. Alvernia University College Towne Infrastructure and Renovation III - $7.5 million. Alvernia University is undertaking Reading College Towne, a 2-phase, $40 million-plus expansion project in downtown Reading. The project features the redevelopment of a vacant, 6-floor building to house the university's expanding academic programs and student housing. Phase 2 will include 84,000 square feet of renovation. First Energy Stadium - $2 million. This project will address the construction of the new facility and renovations to existing facilities as the stadium strives to meet the facility standards issued by Major League Baseball. Oakbrook Homes Center for Community Services - $1 million. This project will renovate the former boiler plant to create core, shell and exterior for the new Family Services Complex, as well as renovate an underutilized administration building to create the Neighborhood Read more

 

Bullock, Curry highlight issue of student homelessness
Nov 15, 2022

GRANT MEMO: Workforce Support, Historic Preservation, and Criminal Justice Disparity Research Funding Opportunities For Your District
Nov 14, 2022

Santarsiero and Davis bring home $500,000 in state tax credits
Nov 03, 2022

Ciresi applauds $136,250 in state funds for Pottstown blight remediation
Nov 03, 2022

Healthcare Advocates Sound Alarm about Disturbing Trends in Maternal Care Access, Especially for Black Women
Nov 01, 2022

Shusterman: Valley Forge Park Alliance awarded $500K
Nov 01, 2022

Howard to host mental health discussion this month
Nov 01, 2022

Curry announces $750K in funding to create a homelessness resource center
Nov 01, 2022

Montgomery County House Dems Announce $3M in Funding for Mitzvah Circle
Oct 31, 2022

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Secure $2 Million for Bristol Riverside Theatre Renovation
Oct 31, 2022

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Bring $1.3 Million to Bristol Borough for Redevelopment Project
Oct 31, 2022

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Davis Announce $255,000 for Bristol Township Watershed Restoration
Oct 31, 2022

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Davis Secure $1 Million for Croydon Fire Company Emergency Services Building
Oct 31, 2022

Guzman to host a visit of the Secretary of Transportation in Reading
Oct 31, 2022

$250,000 awarded to Kennett Consolidated School District
Oct 28, 2022

Montgomery County House Democrats Announce $5.75M for Child Advocacy Center
Oct 28, 2022

Krueger: $1 million RACP grant for Neumann University hockey rink
Oct 27, 2022

Ciresi brings home $17.3 million in funding for regional capital improvement projects
Oct 27, 2022

Daley brings home nearly $7 million in state grants to the district
Oct 27, 2022

Guzman welcomes $19.5 million in RACP grants for six local projects
Oct 26, 2022