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GLENOLDEN, Dec. 30 – State Rep. Dave Delloso, D-Delaware, announced today that $222,600 was awarded to Glenolden borough for restoration and development around the Muckinipates Creek in Glenolden Community Park. The funds come as a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Recreation. “We’re so lucky to have a beautiful waterway like the Muckinipates Creek in Glenolden Community Park,” Delloso said. “The addition of walking paths near the creek give an opportunity for visitors to admire the beauty of nature in a new way.” Delloso says work in the park will be focused on restoring 400 feet of the Muckinpates Creek, including streambank stabilization, installation of stormwater management measures, construction of a boardwalk and pedestrian walkways, ADA access, landscaping and other improvements. The awarded funds are part of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Grant Program, which allocated from the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund to award this grant. More information on DCNR grant programs can be found on the department’s website . Read more
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HARRISBURG, Dec. 6 – State Rep. David Delloso, D-Delaware, applauded a $4,561,000 grant for continued improvements to Delaware County’s 911 system. The funds were awarded through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. “Effective communication with citizens and first responders is key in responding to emergencies where every second matters,” said Delloso. “This money will bring substantial improvements to the county’s 911 system and help the citizens of Delaware County receive timely help in times of crisis.” Delloso says the grant includes upgrades to 24 communication towers to strengthen communication county-wide, electrical, HVAC and new 911 call center equipment for improved communication with first responders and with surrounding counties. This award supplements a $1.5 million RACP grant received by Delaware County in 2020. Delloso says today’s grant helps the county further the 911 system improvement project and continue to invest in the safety of more than half a million Delaware County residents. The Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program is a grant program administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational and historical improvement Read more
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GLENOLDEN, Nov. 19 – State Rep. David Delloso, D-Delaware, today announced a $50,000 grant has been awarded to Glenolden Borough for a storm sewer pipe project. Delloso says the funds will go to redirecting storm water into a bioswale and a 400-foot streambank in Glenolden Community Park. The project would improve the land and aquatic habitats along the Muckinipates Creek while also reconnecting the creek to the floodplain. “Glenolden Borough’s plan to improve the watershed in the area of the Glenolden Community Park is a terrific investment in keeping Pennsylvania’s wilderness beautiful,” Delloso said. “The Muckinipates Creek is a beautiful feature of the park and this project will help keep it that way.” The grant is being awarded through the Commonwealth Financing Authority’s Watershed Restoration Protection Program – part of the CFA Act 13 grant programs – which provides funding to projects aiming to improve water quality, greenways and recreational areas. For more information on the Commonwealth Financing Authority Act 13 grants, visit the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development website . Read more
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As winter approaches and we prepare to spend even more time indoors, utility bills are only going to get more expensive. Additionally, we know that the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn have made it difficult for many to keep up with home energy bills. No Pennsylvanian should ever have to worry that their heat will be shut off during the coldest and darkest months of the year. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS) that provides assistance for home heating bills so Pennsylvanians can stay warm and safe during the winter months. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. LIHEAP helps some of the commonwealth’s most vulnerable citizens — children, older Pennsylvanians, people with disabilities, and low-income families — make ends meet. Anyone who may need help, or anyone who has loved ones or neighbors who could benefit from this program, is encouraged to apply for LIHEAP today. APPLY FOR LIHEAP LIHEAP FACTS How do I apply for LIHEAP? Depending on preference, different options are available to apply for LIHEAP: Apply online: Pennsylvanians can apply at www.compass.state.pa.us . Paper applications: Call the LIHEAP Helpline at 1-866-857-7095 to request a paper application. Paper applications can also be downloaded from the DHS LIHEAP web page . County Assistance Office (CAO) services are available if clients Read more
In late August, I asked the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to reject Aqua Pennsylvania's petition for a rate increase…one that would hike residents’ water bills by 17% and sewer bills by 33% beginning in March of next year. I am happy to report that the PUC voted last week to suspend its vote on the petition and will further investigate the issue. Read more
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