Ciresi hosting drive-thru veterans lunch on Dec. 7

(1 day ago)

The event will run from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 7, behind Ciresi’s district office located at 301 North Lewis Road, the Park Towne Plaza Shopping Center. RSVPs are required, and attendees are asked to enter the rear office parking lot off Oak Street. Read more

 

Nov. 25 update: Voting ‘no’ on the state budget; Local CTE grants; Easing tax burdens for local businesses

(Nov 25, 2020)

In response to the rising positive cases and hospitalizations relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in anticipation of large crowds, the state announced new restrictions for Thanksgiving Eve. Read more

 

Ciresi: Why I voted ‘no’ on PA state budget

(Nov 20, 2020)

“Our next legislative session officially begins in December and, while I am frustrated with this budget, I am motivated to continue fighting for small businesses, for workers, for taxpayers, for schools and educators, and for the people of this community and this state. We need to do better, and that's what I'll keep fighting for.” Read more

 

Ciresi announces $80K in grants toward local career & technical education

(Nov 18, 2020)

“As a longtime supporter of career and technical education, I’m glad to see this investment in well-rounded education and our economic future,” Ciresi said. “Today’s funding will support equipment for technical training and vocational opportunities at two outstanding educational institutions that I’m proud to represent, and help many students on their path to productive, high-quality careers in a changing economy.” Read more

 

Ciresi resolution urges Congress to ease tax burden on struggling local businesses

(Nov 17, 2020)

“The relief that was supposed to ensure that they could stay afloat has become a burden to small businesses, inhibiting their ability to recover and provide high-quality jobs across the state,” Ciresi said. “The small business owners in my district and across Pennsylvania are counting on us to make sure their voices are heard. This resolution does that.” Read more

 

Ciresi announces more than $185K in local safe school grants

(Nov 16, 2020)

“School safety will always be a top priority and this funding goes a long way to keeping students and teachers safe,” Ciresi said. “I deeply appreciate the working relationships between school districts, private schools and local law enforcement to ensure our children have the most ideal learning environments.” Read more

 

Nov. 13 update: Skyrocketing COVID cases; National Recycling Day; U.S. 422 closures

(Nov 13, 2020)

Earlier today, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported a new record of 5,531 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 254,387. Pennsylvania has had 28,290 new positive cases in the past week. Read more

 

Nov. 6 update: Counting votes; LIHEAP returns; latest 422 road work updates

(Nov 06, 2020)

I want to begin my weekly email update with a thank you to all who participated in the democratic process of voting. That includes the poll workers, vote counters, election officials, candidates, campaign workers and, most importantly, the voters. Read more

 

Oct. 30 update: Small Business Grants; Election Day Reminder; Bar & Restaurant Relief; 422 Lane Closures

(Oct 30, 2020)

This multi-subject email highlights small business grants for the 146th, a final election reminder, relief for bars and restaurants, and the usual 422 roadwork updates. Read more

 

Oct. 28 update: Return Mail Ballots ASAP; Road Closures; Relief for Parents & Childcare Providers

(Oct 28, 2020)

If you applied for and received a mail-in ballot and still haven’t returned it, please make a plan to do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Read more

 

Ciresi-backed grant program leads to $560K in funding for local businesses

(Oct 26, 2020)

“Knowing so many of our local businesses are able to utilize this funding – grants, not loans, as I constantly said to my colleagues and the governor – in these exceptionally difficult economic times provides me both pride and pleasure. I also know our work is not yet done, and I will continue to fight for the men and women who own and operate local businesses not just in our community but throughout the Commonwealth.” Read more

 

Oct. 23 update: Carbon Monoxide Detector Donations; Drug Take Back Day; Relief for Bars and Restaurants; COVID-19 Concerns

(Oct 23, 2020)

The spike in cases that we've been seeing statewide this month is concerning. While we had held somewhat stable for a few months, the past two days we have set records for most positive COVID-19 cases in a day, and our average daily cases are the highest since April (our previous peak) and growing. Read more

 

Ciresi urges Liquor Control Board to waive license fees for bars and restaurants

(Oct 23, 2020)

“It is undeniable that 2020 has been a difficult year for Pennsylvania’s restaurants and bars, foundations of our communities and an important sector of our economy,” Ciresi wrote to the PLCB. “At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic remains a very serious threat, it is clear our restaurants need additional support to help cope with the loss of revenue they are experiencing.” Read more

 

Ciresi distributes donated carbon monoxide detectors to Limerick Fire Department

(Oct 19, 2020)

“I’m generally neurotic about fire safety and prevention, so I have a monitoring system with carbon monoxide detectors,” Ciresi said. “It was an aspect I hadn’t really thought about too much until they went off. I was told by our local fire officials we were very lucky to have the system in place.” Read more

 

Oct. 16 update: Tracking your mail-in ballot; Grants for the 146th; U.S. 422 updates

(Oct 16, 2020)

I know that many of you have been waiting to receive your requested mail-in/absentee ballots, and hopefully most of you have received them by now. Montgomery County sent out over 226,000 ballots, and they started to arrive at the end of last week. If you're still waiting and applied before Sept. 20, there's a good chance you'll get one soon. More ballots are being mailed out on a rolling basis. Read more

 

Ciresi announces $428K grant for Royersford Trestle Bridge rehabilitation

(Oct 15, 2020)

“This funding for the joining of our twin boroughs [Spring City and Royersford] with a rehabilitated trestle bridge is another great step toward waterfront revitalization and bringing the towns together,” Ciresi said. “Greater walkability and bike access will improve connections for residents of both boroughs to recreational trails, schools, small businesses and grocery stores, while highlighting the historic industrial link that the trestle bridge once provided.” Read more

 

Ciresi announces nearly $300K in local fire, rescue and EMS grants

(Oct 13, 2020)

“As somebody who very recently needed the assistance of firefighters at my house because of a gas leak, I speak with even greater admiration of and appreciation for the men and women who work tirelessly and selflessly to keep us safe in emergency situations,” Ciresi said. “This funding through CARES Act grants will provide valuable support to these companies in their ongoing efforts to protect our communities and residents.” Read more

 

Oct. 9 update: Terminations update from PUC; Mail-in ballot drop box locations; Drive-Thru Senior Fair starts Monday

(Oct 09, 2020)

Plus the latest road work updates for U.S. 422. Read more

 

Ciresi applauds new guidelines on safe gathering limits

(Oct 06, 2020)

“I am glad that Governor Wolf has listened to our requests and concerns with the previous limits,” Ciresi said. “This entire time, I have been asking why we can’t at least let our parents in to watch their children – especially high school seniors – play sports. From speaking with local school districts, I know we can safely accommodate spectators. And, with this change, we can make that happen while still maintaining social distancing and keeping safety at the forefront.” Read more

 

Ciresi Works to Protect Others From CO Poisoning

(Oct 04, 2020)

As part of Fire Prevention Week, Pa. state Rep. Joe Ciresi is talking with Pennsylvania's Fire Commissioner about carbon monoxide poisoning and ways people can protect themselves. Read more

 

Ciresi hosting drive-thru veterans lunch on Dec. 7
1 day ago

Nov. 25 update: Voting ‘no’ on the state budget; Local CTE grants; Easing tax burdens for local businesses
Nov 25, 2020

Ciresi: Why I voted ‘no’ on PA state budget
Nov 20, 2020

Ciresi announces $80K in grants toward local career & technical education
Nov 18, 2020

Ciresi resolution urges Congress to ease tax burden on struggling local businesses
Nov 17, 2020

Ciresi announces more than $185K in local safe school grants
Nov 16, 2020

Nov. 13 update: Skyrocketing COVID cases; National Recycling Day; U.S. 422 closures
Nov 13, 2020

Nov. 6 update: Counting votes; LIHEAP returns; latest 422 road work updates
Nov 06, 2020

Oct. 30 update: Small Business Grants; Election Day Reminder; Bar & Restaurant Relief; 422 Lane Closures
Oct 30, 2020

Oct. 28 update: Return Mail Ballots ASAP; Road Closures; Relief for Parents & Childcare Providers
Oct 28, 2020

Ciresi-backed grant program leads to $560K in funding for local businesses
Oct 26, 2020

Oct. 23 update: Carbon Monoxide Detector Donations; Drug Take Back Day; Relief for Bars and Restaurants; COVID-19 Concerns
Oct 23, 2020

Ciresi urges Liquor Control Board to waive license fees for bars and restaurants
Oct 23, 2020

Ciresi distributes donated carbon monoxide detectors to Limerick Fire Department
Oct 19, 2020

Oct. 16 update: Tracking your mail-in ballot; Grants for the 146th; U.S. 422 updates
Oct 16, 2020

Ciresi announces $428K grant for Royersford Trestle Bridge rehabilitation
Oct 15, 2020

Ciresi announces nearly $300K in local fire, rescue and EMS grants
Oct 13, 2020

Oct. 9 update: Terminations update from PUC; Mail-in ballot drop box locations; Drive-Thru Senior Fair starts Monday
Oct 09, 2020

Ciresi applauds new guidelines on safe gathering limits
Oct 06, 2020

Ciresi Works to Protect Others From CO Poisoning
Oct 04, 2020