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Agricultural, Educational, Public Safety, Redevelopment Grant Opportunities

(1 day ago)

There are multiple grant programs that are currently open for applications. Read more

 

$165,000 in fire, EMS grant funding welcomed by Probst

(Feb 16, 2024)

“As former mayor of Stroudsburg, I know the important roles that emergency responders play in our communities. We all owe them a debt of gratitude for the services they provide during our time of need. These grants will enable them to buy needed equipment, acquire necessary training and improve their facilities,” said Probst. Read more

 

Winter 2024 Newsletter

(Feb 14, 2024)

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Rep. Probst still seeking changes to I-80 project as first phase is set to start in 2024

(Feb 12, 2024)

State Rep. Tarah Probst continues the fight for changes to the planned expansion of Interstate 80 through the Stroudsburg area as the project's first phase looms closer. Read more

 

Probst: Budget Proposal Invests in Pennsylvania

(Feb 07, 2024)

Pa. state Rep. Tarah Probst discusses Governor Shapiro's budget address and the many targeted investments that would help move Pennsylvania forward. From education to health care and infrastructure, Probst says this budget proposal is a win for the commonwealth. Read more

 

Probst says it’s time for an early spring for taxpayers and students by bringing back fairness to funding education

(Feb 02, 2024)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 2 – After Punxsutawney Phil made his prognostication about the weather today, state Rep. Tarah Probst took the time to call attention to the state’s ‘other’ Groundhog Day -- how the state funds cyber charter schools at the expense of traditional public schools. Read more

 

State lawmakers roll out legislation to facilitate safe abortion access

(Jan 22, 2024)

HARRISBURG, Jan. 22 – Today, on the 51st anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Roe v. Wade , state Rep. Tarik Khan, D-Philadelphia, hosted a news conference at the state Capitol announcing the introduction of legislation regarding abortion rights. Rep. Khan was joined by fellow legislators and abortion-rights advocates. The legislation aims to remove unnecessary obstacles to safe abortion access by eliminating the requirement that abortion facilities meet the same regulations as ambulatory surgical centers. It would also remove the excessive mandate that abortion providers maintain admitting privileges or have transfer agreements at hospitals, which only blocks access to care. The legislators who have also prime-sponsored Khan’s bill are state Reps. La'Tasha D. Mayes, D-Allegheny; Mary Jo Daley, D-Montgomery; Mary Issacson, D-Phila.; Gina H. Curry, D-Delaware; Melissa Shusterman, D-Chester; Danielle Friel Otten, D-Chester; Tara Probst, D-Monroe/Pike; Heather Boyd, D-Delaware; Liz Hanbidge, D-Montgomery; Leanne Krueger, D-Delaware; and Elizabeth Fiedler, D-Philadelphia. "As a nurse, I know that restrictive abortion laws do not lower abortion rates — they just make them less safe," Khan said. "We must remove any unnecessary requirements from facilities that provide this care. Our bill increases access to safe abortion by increasing people's access to safe abortion Read more

 

PUC sets hearings on CUPA proposed rate increases

(Jan 22, 2024)

How to get involved in public hearings regarding Community Utilities of Pennsylvania proposed rate increase. Read more

 

Probst Looks to Change I-80 Project

(Jan 22, 2024)

Watch the BRC-TV13 story. Read more

 

Letter from PennDOT opposing any changes to I-80 expansion project

(Jan 12, 2024)

PennDOT responds to the request to make changes to the I-80 expansion project Read more

 

RACP, Health, Environmental, Public Safety, Transportation, and Redevelopment Opportunities

(Jan 09, 2024)

Grants available as of Tuesday, Jan. 9 Read more

 

2024 Capitol Scenes Calendar

(Jan 08, 2024)

Download my 2024 Capitol Scenes Calendar. Read more

 

Grant Memo: Cultural, Health, Environmental, Public Safety, Transportation, and Redevelopment Opportunities For Your District

(Jan 03, 2024)

NEWLY LISTED PROGRAMS Department of Human Services: OCDEL Keystone STARS Continuous Quality Improvement Who May Apply: Eligible childcare providers will be notified via an eligibility letter from their Early Learning Resource Center. Providers must meet the requirements outlined here . Use: Staff qualifications and professional development, early childhood education programs, partnerships with families and communities, leadership and management, and accreditation costs. Funds: Grant amounts vary by provider. Grant funding comes from $12 million of federal Childcare Development Fund funds. Application Deadline: Feb. 15, 2024 More information: Keystone STARS Website Department of Transportation: State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) Incentive Program Who May Apply: To be eligible for STIC Incentive funding, the STIC or other equivalent task force, committee or group must be formally established with a charter, include public and private members, meet regularly, and comprehensively consider sources of innovation. Use: The State Transportation Innovation Council Incentive Program provides funding to help STICs foster a culture of innovation and make innovations standard practice in their states. Examples of allowable activities include but are not limited to: developing standards and specifications; developing training to facilitate widespread use of innovation, developing Read more

 

Northeast Delegation stands with residents who are concerned about PAW, CUPA water rate increase requests

(Dec 19, 2023)

Understanding that the PUC’s role means considering the public interest of any such decision, our Delegation respectfully asks that common sense and pragmatism are at the forefront of any verdict in response to such excessive rate-increase requests. Read more

 

Northeast Delegation requests PUC public input hearings on PA American Water and Community Utilities of PA rate increase requests

(Dec 19, 2023)

Members of our Northeast Delegation and our hardworking staff have heard loud and clear the frustration and fear from residents in our respective communities about requests from Pennsylvania American Water Co. and Community Utilities of Pennsylvania to sharply raise their rates. Read more

 

Probst announces $233K in state grants

(Dec 19, 2023)

“I am always thankful when communities that I represent are able to reap the benefits of state grant programs that otherwise might be spent elsewhere in Pennsylvania," Probst said. Read more

 

Pennsylvania is in its Taylor Swift era, her home state decides

(Dec 14, 2023)

“At first I was thinking, like, why?” Democratic Rep. Tarah Probst of Monroe County, said Tuesday. “But then you’re right — the year of women. As you know, women’s rights are being taken away left and right and by doing this, we’re empowering women in general.” Read more

 

Grants available as of Tuesday, Dec. 12

(Dec 12, 2023)

There are multiple grant programs that are currently open for applications. Read more

 

Cartwright: Return of rail service ‘a once in a lifetime opportunity’

(Dec 11, 2023)

At a news conference at his Scranton office Monday morning, Cartwright and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton, joined with state and local leaders to celebrate their recent announcement of a major milestone in bringing the Amtrak passenger rail service back between Scranton and New York City. Read more

 

Transportation Secretary to Visit Proposed I-80 Expansion Next Week

(Dec 04, 2023)

State Representative Tarah Probst has advocated reworking the I-80 expansion in the Poconos since she started her term as Mayor of Stroudsburg eight years ago. Read more

 

Agricultural, Educational, Public Safety, Redevelopment Grant Opportunities
1 day ago

$165,000 in fire, EMS grant funding welcomed by Probst
Feb 16, 2024

Winter 2024 Newsletter
Feb 14, 2024

Rep. Probst still seeking changes to I-80 project as first phase is set to start in 2024
Feb 12, 2024

Probst: Budget Proposal Invests in Pennsylvania
Feb 07, 2024

Probst says it’s time for an early spring for taxpayers and students by bringing back fairness to funding education
Feb 02, 2024

State lawmakers roll out legislation to facilitate safe abortion access
Jan 22, 2024

PUC sets hearings on CUPA proposed rate increases
Jan 22, 2024

Probst Looks to Change I-80 Project
Jan 22, 2024

Letter from PennDOT opposing any changes to I-80 expansion project
Jan 12, 2024

RACP, Health, Environmental, Public Safety, Transportation, and Redevelopment Opportunities
Jan 09, 2024

2024 Capitol Scenes Calendar
Jan 08, 2024

Grant Memo: Cultural, Health, Environmental, Public Safety, Transportation, and Redevelopment Opportunities For Your District
Jan 03, 2024

Northeast Delegation stands with residents who are concerned about PAW, CUPA water rate increase requests
Dec 19, 2023

Northeast Delegation requests PUC public input hearings on PA American Water and Community Utilities of PA rate increase requests
Dec 19, 2023

Probst announces $233K in state grants
Dec 19, 2023

Pennsylvania is in its Taylor Swift era, her home state decides
Dec 14, 2023

Grants available as of Tuesday, Dec. 12
Dec 12, 2023

Cartwright: Return of rail service ‘a once in a lifetime opportunity’
Dec 11, 2023

Transportation Secretary to Visit Proposed I-80 Expansion Next Week
Dec 04, 2023