Warren, Santarsiero announce $675,000 awarded in state funds for local transportation improvement

(20 hours ago)

BUCKS COUNTY – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced today the award of Multimodal Transportation Fund Grants to Lower Makefield Township, Newtown Township and Yardley Borough. Lower Makefield Township will receive $353,000, Newtown Township will receive $227,000 and Yardley Borough will receive $95,000 in funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). “These funding awards are an important opportunity to make improvements to our local transportation infrastructure while providing economic benefits to our communities,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “I enthusiastically supported all of these applications, which will hep residents enjoy the outdoors and drive traffic in our thriving boroughs.” “Bikepath, trail, sidewalk – these CFA grants support local projects that enhance our health, our safety and our quality of life. And, these projects provide recreational opportunities and benefits to residents and businesses in all our communities,” said Rep. Warren. Lower Makefield Township will use the funds for its Woodside Road bike path project, which will run from Makefield Highlands Golf Course to Taylorsville Road, and connect to a new path on Woodside Road. The bike path ultimately provide bicycle and pedestrian access to Scudder Falls Bridge. “This bike path will be a welcome addition to Lower Makefield Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Warren Announce $462,147 in State Multimodal Grants for Local Transportation Improvement

(Apr 16, 2021)

BUCKS COUNTY – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced today the award of Multimodal Transportation Fund Grants to Yardley Borough and Morrisville Borough. Yardley Borough will receive $312,147 and Morrisville Borough will receive $150,000 in funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). “We are fortunate here in Bucks County to have some of the most beautiful and vibrant boroughs in the state,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “These multimodal grant funds will help make improvements to two of those boroughs, helping keep our main streets lively and thriving.” The Yardley Borough project will allow for the construction of approximately 1,200 linear feet of concrete sidewalk along the northern side of North Main Street. The project will also include related stormwater and pedestrian facility improvements. “Yardley Borough is a real gem and a very pedestrian friendly destination. The construction along North Main Street will help provide access to the many restaurants and shops that attract both locals and visitors to our community,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “This state grant toward the construction of sidewalks on North Main Street supports Yardley Borough Council’s commitment to pedestrian and traffic safety and the creation of a safe pedestrian passage to downtown Yardley, its stores, restaurants, Read more

 

PA House Democrats Launch Effort to Defend Democracy

(Mar 29, 2021)

HARRISBURG, March 29 – Responding to the Capitol insurrection in January and the signing of new restrictions on voting rights last week in Georgia, House Democrats are taking action to protect American democracy. Today, a website was launched that summarizes policy proposals to defend democracy as well as links to more information and the ability for people to quickly email their elected officials, noting their support of the bills. The House Democratic Caucus has been working on these proposals since a House Democratic Policy Committee Hearing in January, when members were briefed by legal scholars, hate crimes experts and members of Congress on the language of false conspiracy and election fraud being used to undermine democracy. That same language has shifted from encouraging outright attack to what many perceive as insidiously undermining basic voting rights. “We cannot allow the outrage and disgust of the American people watching an armed invasion of our government to be subverted by a slick rebranding into attacks on our right to fair and free elections” Policy Committee Chairman Ryan Bizzarro said. Members of the House Democratic Caucus have introduced dozens of measures to expand voting rights, preserve election security, protect access to mail-in ballots and polling places, and to clarify and consolidate the often-outdated Election Code. Bizzarro said the site – www.pahouse.com/policy/defendingdemocracy -- will serve as a great Read more

 

Warren announces security grants for local nonprofits

(Mar 11, 2021)

NEWTOWN, March 11 –S tate Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced today that state grants to support safety and security were awarded to three local nonprofits. The grants, through the Nonprofit Security Grant program established by Act 83 of 2019, were approved by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. Organizations in the 31 st Legislative District were awarded grants as follows: St. Mark A.M.E Zion - $24,995. Chabad Lubavitch of Yardley - $12,838. Abrams Hebrew Academy - $24,975. “As Pennsylvanians, we have a right to be able to safely gather in our places of worship, our institutions of education, and in any of our community spaces,” Warren said. “These funds will ensure people can safely practice their religion and pursue an education here in the 31 st . Hate has absolutely no place in our community.” Grants awarded from the program are to be used by nonprofit organizations that serve people or groups often targeted by hate crimes because of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability and gender. The awards can be used for any safety or security improvement the nonprofit organization wants to put in place, including training and planning, the purchase of technology or equipment, or the improvement of the nonprofit’s facilities. The grants are provided through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency’s Nonprofit Security Grant Read more

 

Warren named chair of Subcommittee on Boroughs, part of the House Local Government Committee

(Feb 22, 2021)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 22 – State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced today that he was appointed minority chair of the House Local Government Committee’s Subcommittee on Boroughs for the 2021-22 legislative session. “I’m very pleased to be honored with this leadership opportunity, which will enable me to draw from over 11 years of working on borough-related issues at the local and state levels,” Warren said. “My experience and knowledge of the issues, coupled with my strong relationships on both sides of the aisle, will help me advance legislation that best serves Pennsylvania’s boroughs.” Boroughs make up a significant part of Pennsylvania’s local governments. Boroughs represent 37.5% of all municipal governments in the commonwealth. There is an average of 15 boroughs in each county, and nearly 20% of the state’s population resides in these communities. “The fiscal, operational and social well-being of our boroughs is vital to the overall welfare of the commonwealth,” Warren said. “As minority chair, I will ensure that the Subcommittee on Boroughs carefully reviews legislation to determine how it would impact Pennsylvania boroughs before moving it to the House floor for a vote.” Prior to becoming a state representative, Warren served seven years on the Newtown Borough Council, where he engaged with borough management in detail. As state Read more

 

Warren bill targeting rising flood insurance premiums approved by committee

(Jan 26, 2021)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 26 – State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced that his bill, which would establish a Flood Insurance Premium Assistance Task Force to help reduce the cost of flood insurance premiums, was approved unanimously today by the House Insurance Committee. Warren’s H.B. 70 would address this financial issue which resulted from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s redrawing of its flood maps. When FEMA in recent years revised its flood maps to require many more properties in Pennsylvania to hold flood insurance, its goal was to mitigate the financial harm and help lessen the emotional devastation caused by floods. However, the remapping has had a negative financial impact on homeowners and communities in floodplains as many more Pennsylvanians now are struggling to pay rising flood insurance premiums, and many more communities along Pennsylvania's rivers and creeks are at risk of reduced property sales and values due to those premiums. “The increasing number of homes required to have flood insurance has had a deleterious effect on homeowners’ finances, local property values and our communities’ economies,” Warren said. “My legislation would address the problem of rising premiums through the establishment of a Flood Insurance Premium Assistance Task Force, which would help to reduce flood insurance costs by recommending potential programs that provide premium discounts and by supporting programs Read more

 

Warren announces committee appointments for 2021-22 term

(Jan 11, 2021)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 11 – State Rep. Perry Warren announced today that he has been named to the PA House of Representatives’ Commerce, Insurance, Local Government and Transportation committees for the 2021-22 session. “I am pleased to be named to these influential and diverse committees, as I will be able to influence legislation in the important areas of commerce, insurance, local government and transportation,” Warren, D-Bucks, said. The roles of the committees are as follows: The Commerce Committee reviews legislation involving the banking and financial services industries, economic development agencies and programs, and housing agencies and programs, as well as provides legislative oversight for regulations proposed for those areas of the economy. The Insurance Committee has jurisdiction over the state Department of Insurance, the State Workers’ Insurance Fund and the Underground Storage Indemnification Fund. The committee reviews bills that regulate home, auto and health insurance, as well as fraternal society group benefits. The Local Government Committee reviews legislation that affects counties, cities, boroughs and townships. Statewide zoning regulations, municipal pensions and other rules pertaining to local government are all within the committee’s scope. The committee has oversight of the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System. The Read more

 

Warren takes oath for 2021-22 Pa. House term

(Jan 05, 2021)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 – State Rep. Perry Warren took the oath of office at the state Capitol today to begin his third term representing the 31st District in Bucks County The noon swearing-in ceremony marked the beginning of the 2021-22 session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Washington County Judge Brandon Neuman, a former House member, administered the oath of office. Warren said he will focus on COVID-19 relief; child protection in custody cases (Kayden’s Law); economic development and job creation; infrastructure; community safety; and environmental protection in the new term. He will receive committee assignments later in the month. “All levels of government are being challenged to be creative, versatile and knowledgeable in order to provide services and relief to our residents and communities facing the pandemic,” Warren said. “I’m honored that the people of the 31 st District chose me as their advocate during this period. I will continue to use my life and legislative experience and relationships on both sides of the aisle to represent and support our residents and communities.” The 31 st District consists of Lower Makefield Township, Morrisville Borough Wards 1, 2 and 3, Newtown Borough, Newtown Township and Yardley Borough. Warren said his office can help with a variety of state-related services, including prescription drug and property tax/rent rebate assistance, and can help Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Warren Announce $262,558 in State Funds to Improve Neshaminy Creek Water Quality

(Dec 31, 2020)

BUCKS COUNTY?– State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced that Bucks County Conservation District will receive $262,558 in Growing Greener grant funds through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). With a primary goal of improving the water quality of Neshaminy Creek, the funds will be used for a water quality improvement project at an equine facility in Newtown Township. The project will implement a variety of water quality management best practices, including the design and installation of waterways and diversions, subsurface drainage improvements, stone lined outlets, fencing improvements, animal heavy use area improvements, rain gutter improvements, a roofed manure storage facility, and the creation of vegetated buffer areas. “Funding for this project highlights the importance of ensuring our local farms and facilities are equipped with the necessary resources to protect our environment, specifically our waterways,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “The improvements that will be made through this project will both protect Neshaminy Creek and help raise awareness within our local equine community about the importance of conservation.” “This grant award both helps ensure that we have safe, clean water and recognizes the critical role work of the Bucks County Conservation District in managing and directing the county’s soil, water and Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Warren Announce $1.5 million in RACP Funding to Benefit Morrisville Borough

(Dec 23, 2020)

BUCKS COUNTY?– State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and State Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced $1.5 million in state grant funding for improvements in Morrisville Borough. The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks will receive $1 million for its Manor Park Landfill project and Morrisville Borough will receive $500,000 for a project at Patriots Park at Historic Summerseat. The Manor Park Landfill project involves remediating and redeveloping a 12.96-acre vacant Brownfield site for new construction of a 70,000 square foot site for commercial use. Once remediation is complete, the redevelopment will include a fully equipped pad site, parking lots, landscaping and a retention basin. “I want to thank Governor Wolf for prioritizing RACP funds for projects like these, providing important state investments in our local economy,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “I enthusiastically supported all of these applications, advocating for projects across my district that will drive economic development and make continued regional improvements that are especially needed given the challenges of the pandemic.” “The redevelopment of the Manor Park Landfill for commercial use will drive local job creation and economic growth in Morrisville, while taking necessary steps to protect the local environment,” continued Sen. Santarsiero. “Remediation and redevelopment projects in locations like this allow us to Read more

 

Bucks County representatives announce $3.95M in state grants to Bucks County Community College

(Dec 10, 2020)

Bucks County representatives announce $3.95M in state grants to Bucks County Community College LEVITTOWN/NEWTOWN, Dec. 10 -- State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway and Perry Warren, all D-Bucks, announced today $3.95 million in state grants have been awarded to Bucks County Community College by the Department of Education to modernize its new Enterprise Planning System. The Enterprise Resource Planning System will modernize BCCC’s technology infrastructure for students, faculty and staff. “In order to be competitive in today’s globalized world, Bucks County students must utilize cutting edge technology,” Davis said. “This grant money isn’t just an investment in BCCC, but in Bucks County’s future. The more competitive our students are in the marketplace, the more prosperous Bucks County will be.” “You’re as good as the tools you’ve got,” Galloway said. “In order to be at the forefront in today’s world, BCCC students need state of the art technology to connect with each other and the wider world. This funding will help make Bucks County and its students competitive on a global scale.” Warren said, ”A staunch supporter of BCCC, I believe this significant investment in the college’s capital project will propel the school to newer heights and facilitate the development of a highly skilled Read more

 

Bucks County representatives announce $2.38M in state grants to county

(Dec 09, 2020)

LEVITTOWN/NEWTOWN, Dec. 9 -- State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway and Perry Warren, all D-Bucks, announced today that the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency awarded $2.38 million in state grants to Bucks County. “Women and children are among the most vulnerable members of our society,” Davis said. “This grant money will help our county organizations offer greater security and protection to those who need it most at a time when life on the margins is even more perilous due to the pandemic.” “Many non-profit organizations are hurting for funds because of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Galloway said. “I’m very glad that as we enter into a dark winter that state funds will be supporting those organizations who provide life-saving services to Bucks County women and children.” “These state grants to Bucks County will help reduce violence, provide services to crime victims and enhance county services to probationers and parolees to help them reintegrate into society and reduce recidivism. Collectively, these grants make our communities safer,” Warren said. The breakdown of the awards is as follows: CAPPAC - Improvement of Adult Probation Services Funds The County Adult Probation and Parole Advisory Committee (CAPPAC) serves in an advisory capacity to PCCD to ensure reasonable and efficient administration Read more

 

Warren reintroduces legislation in the 2021-22 session

(Dec 09, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 9 – State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, is reintroducing several bills from the 2019-20 legislative session for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ 2021-22 session. “In the new session, I’m reintroducing legislation that would safeguard people’s finances, ensure adults’ and children’s health and safety, and protect the environment,” Warren said. “My legislation aims to make Pennsylvania more prosperous, safer and healthier for all.” Warren said that he intends to space the reintroduction of the bills out over the next several months, and he is working with legislative staff on revisions to other bills. Among the bills he is reintroducing now are: Formerly H.B. 328, the “ Flood Insurance Premium Assistance Task Force ” legislation would seek to reduce rising flood insurance premiums by issuing recommendations regarding potential programs that provide premium discounts or incentivize local governments to support flood mitigation efforts, and implement any necessary changes to state statute or policy regarding the administration of flood insurance. House Bill 328 passed the House unanimously in 2019, but was not voted on in the Senate. Formerly H.B. 1608, the “ Water Bottle Filling Stations ” legislation would help protect our environment and enhance hygiene by curbing the production and use of water bottles through the requirement that newly Read more

 

2019-2020 Do Not Call Report

(Nov 30, 2020)

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Warren and Santarsiero announce $97.9K in school safety grants for local schools

(Nov 16, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Nov. 16 – State Rep. Perry Warren and state Sen. Steve Santarsiero, both D-Bucks, announced today that $97,974 in Safe Schools grants were awarded to local schools to purchase safety and security-related equipment. The following schools received funding Abrams Hebrew School $24,465 St. Andrew Catholic School $23,748 Archbishop Wood High School $19,604 Plumstead Christian School $12,404 St. Joseph/St. Robert Catholic School $ 5,940 Upper Bucks Christian School $11,813 “Students need and deserve to feel safe in their schools,” Warren said. “This grant funding will help our area schools acquire the safety and security equipment required to ensure that their students are safe at school so they can focus on what they are there to do—to learn.” “In these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that students have a safe learning environment and positive learning experiences to ensure a quality education for our children,” said Santarsiero. “The Safe Schools grants for equipment purchases will help these schools make necessary upgrades, which will allow our students to learn in a productive and safe environment.” The Pennsylvania Department of Education awards competitive Safe Schools grants to: reduce unnecessary student disciplinary actions and promote Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Galloway Announce $500,000 in Funding to Morrisville Borough School District

(Oct 23, 2020)

BUCKS COUNTY – October 23, 2020 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representatives Perry Warren (D-31) and John Galloway (D-140), announced today that Morrisville Borough School District will receive $500,000 in supplemental funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). In 2019, Senator Santarsiero and Representatives Warren and Galloway were able to secure an agreement by the state to provide the District with a total of $1 million in supplemental funding. The supplemental funding was needed to help the District overcome budget shortfalls created, in part, by the fact that for many years Morrisville has not received its fair share in funding from the state under Pennsylvania’s basic education funding formula. The first $500,000 of that money was released in 2019. This payment represents the remainder of the supplemental funding under that agreement. “This funding for Morrisville School District helps meet a critical need to support the district in providing quality education to all students,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “These funds will ensure the district can continue to meet the needs of its students and faculty, as it works to protect the health and safety of its teachers and students amid the ongoing pandemic. As I have said many times before, I am a strong advocate for increasing funding for Morrisville School District by fixing the state funding formula which unfairly shortchanges the district. I will Read more

 

Warren worked with Gov. Wolf to adjust capacity to gathering limits: New limits to go into effect Friday, Oct. 9

(Oct 06, 2020)

YARDLEY, Oct. 6 -- State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced that he and a group of his Democratic colleagues were instrumental in Gov. Tom Wolf’s decision to amend existing COVID-19 orders to allow for adjusted capacity to gathering limits. Warren said, “Today, Governor Wolf announced the new guidelines, which result from members of the legislature working WITH the governor and the Department of Health and local school officials to devise a policy that will enable a greater number of participants and spectators to enjoy an event while protecting the health and safety of participants, attendees and the public.” According to Warren, the representative and his Democratic colleagues met with the governor last week to share the concerns of students, parents, educators and community members regarding the number of people who could safely attend school sports and other events. As a result of this meeting, the governor subsequently met with the Department of Health to design new guidelines to increase the number of attendees at an event, based on a percentage of the maximum occupancy of the venue, while continuing to protect the health and safety of the participants and spectators. On Monday night, the Democratic representatives met again governor’s staff and the deputy secretary of the Department of Health to discuss the governor’s conclusions and updated recommendations. “I’m very pleased Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Ullman Announce $320,000 in State Funding for Community Conservation Partnership Projects

(Sep 24, 2020)

BUCKS COUNTY – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representatives Perry Warren (D-31) and Wendy Ullman (D-143) announced $320,000 in Community Conservation Partnership Program grants through the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR). Newtown Borough will receive $70,000 for the development of the Bird-in-Hand property. “The funds going to Newtown Borough to develop the Bird-in-Hand property will benefit the community by increasing accessibility to the area through the creation of pedestrian walkways, while also making improvements to the grounds that will highlight the historic home and lot,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “The partnership between the borough and the Commonwealth to preserve this property shows the commitment of both Newtown Borough and the state to developing outdoor community spaces for all to enjoy.” “This historic property is a Newtown treasure,” said Rep. Warren. “Borough Council creatively structured a plan to purchase, protect and preserve the Bird-in-Hand lot, and this state grant helps the Borough improve this historic property for the benefit and enjoyment of our residents and for generations to come.” Doylestown Borough will also receive $250,000 for the development of the Broad Street Gateway Park. “Last week I had the honor of participating in the groundbreaking for Read more

 

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Warren Announce Small Water and Sewer Grants

(Aug 18, 2020)

BUCKS COUNTY – August 17, 2020 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Representative Perry Warren (D-31) announced the awards of Small Water & Sewer Program grant funds through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), are coming to seven local municipalities. The awards to local municipalities under the grant are: Doylestown Borough will receive $138,169 for its North Main Street Water Main Project, Morrisville Borough will receive $122,008 for its Melvin Avenue Basin Improvements Phase II project, Perkasie Regional Authority will receive $200,000 for its Ridge Road Sewer Extension project, and Yardley Borough will receive $211,989 for its North Main Street Sidewalk Drainage Phase II project. “These projects will help make critical improvements to our municipal water and sewer systems, strengthening our infrastructure to protect our environment and maintain quality drinking water for our community,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “The Morrisville grant will enhance the delivery of water to our residents and business by meeting water quality best management practices, and with the landscaping it will be more aesthetically pleasing. It is a win-win for Morrisville,” said Rep. Warren. “The Yardley Borough grant for Phase II of the North Main Street sidewalk drainage will enhance safety and accessibility for Yardley and northern Lower Makefield residents and will be an economic boost Read more

 

Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Galloway, Announce $35,050 Grant to Morrisville Borough School District for Education Continuity

(Aug 07, 2020)

MORRISVILLE – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10), along with state Representatives Perry Warren (D-31) and John Galloway (D-140), announced that Morrisville Borough School District will receive a $35,050 Continuing of Education Equity Grant (CEEG) for the 2020-21 academic year from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). CEEG grants are designed to help provide access and inclusion for all learners by bridging the gap for students who are currently limited in their ability to participate in continuity of education. These grants may be used to purchase computer equipment, such as laptops, tablets, and internet hot spots, or used towards providing instructional materials, such as paper lessons and coursework. Schools with the highest percentages of students lacking access to resources were given priority in receiving these grants. “I am pleased to see Morrisville School District receive this critical funding to help ensure its students have the resources they need to succeed,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “During these uncertain times, our school districts need support as they work to protect the health and safety of teachers and students while providing quality education to all students. I have long advocated for funding for Morrisville School District, and will continue to urge PDE to increase funding to the district.” “With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the transition to Read more

 

Warren, Santarsiero announce $675,000 awarded in state funds for local transportation improvement
20 hours ago

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Warren Announce $462,147 in State Multimodal Grants for Local Transportation Improvement
Apr 16, 2021

PA House Democrats Launch Effort to Defend Democracy
Mar 29, 2021

Warren announces security grants for local nonprofits
Mar 11, 2021

Warren named chair of Subcommittee on Boroughs, part of the House Local Government Committee
Feb 22, 2021

Warren bill targeting rising flood insurance premiums approved by committee
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Warren takes oath for 2021-22 Pa. House term
Jan 05, 2021

Senator Santarsiero, Representative Warren Announce $262,558 in State Funds to Improve Neshaminy Creek Water Quality
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Dec 23, 2020

Bucks County representatives announce $3.95M in state grants to Bucks County Community College
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Bucks County representatives announce $2.38M in state grants to county
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Warren reintroduces legislation in the 2021-22 session
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2019-2020 Do Not Call Report
Nov 30, 2020

Warren and Santarsiero announce $97.9K in school safety grants for local schools
Nov 16, 2020

Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Galloway Announce $500,000 in Funding to Morrisville Borough School District
Oct 23, 2020

Warren worked with Gov. Wolf to adjust capacity to gathering limits: New limits to go into effect Friday, Oct. 9
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Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Ullman Announce $320,000 in State Funding for Community Conservation Partnership Projects
Sep 24, 2020

Senator Santarsiero and Representative Warren Announce Small Water and Sewer Grants
Aug 18, 2020

Santarsiero, Representatives Warren and Galloway, Announce $35,050 Grant to Morrisville Borough School District for Education Continuity
Aug 07, 2020