Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: Nearly $20,000 in grants awarded to fund historical society, children’s museum

(Mar 04, 2020)

ERIE, Mar. 4 – Two state grants totaling $19,528 will benefit the Erie County Historical Society and the expERIEnce Children’s Museum, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, announced today. The lawmakers said that the Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Society grants include $12,029 to the historical society and $7,499 to the museum. “Securing this funding for the Erie County Historical Society is so important because it’s an investment in preserving our shared history,” Bizzarro said. “With these resources, our region’s dedicated historians can continue preserving the documents, artifacts, structures and other historical items that keep Erie’s unique history alive for future generations.” Harkins said that he agreed and added, “Our historical society’s invaluable work preserving the past gives us insight into how our community has changed and evolved over time. It also gives us a way to pass that history and shared knowledge on from generation to generation so that we don’t lose touch with our past.” Merski added that the funding will bring educational benefits, as well. “Keeping the link to our past alive through physical exhibits is critically important from a learning perspective because real-life objects that can be seen and touched form an impression on kids in ways that textbooks can’t,” he said. “In much the same way, the Read more

 

Harkins: State funding of $380,000 granted for school safety resources, community violence reduction

(Feb 26, 2020)

ERIE, Feb. 26 – School and community safety will benefit from $380,000 in grants administered by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, state Rep. Pat Harkins, D-Erie, announced today. Harkins said the funding under the School Safety and Security Grant Program will benefit the Erie City School District, the Iroquois School District and the Erie Community Violence Reduction Project. “Ensuring the safety of our schools and reducing violence in our community go hand in hand,” Harkins said. “Kids need a safe learning environment, but they also need a safe, stable place to come home to in order to thrive. I’m encouraged that the funding announced today is going to help move us forward on both fronts.” Harkins said the funding includes the following: $300,000 to the City of Erie for the Community Violence Reduction Project. $45,000 to Erie City School District for school safety and preparedness planning and the purchase of security-related technology. $35,000 to Iroquois School District for school safety and emergency preparedness planning and the purchase of security-related equipment. The School Safety and Security Grant Program is administered by PCCD’s School Safety and Security Committee, which is tasked with developing the criteria that schools must use in performing safety and security assessments. Read more

 

Harkins: Budget proposals hold promise for state’s future

(Feb 04, 2020)

HARRISBURG, Feb. 4 – State Rep. Pat Harkins, D-Erie, issued the following statement in response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s address this morning on his proposed 2020-21 budget plan: “The budget plan the governor unveiled today is a work in progress, but I’m encouraged that it allocates resources to areas I feel are especially important to Pennsylvania’s future. “One of those areas is full-time kindergarten, a proposal I have been advocating for years. Studies show kindergartners who have access to a full-day program do better, both in terms of test scores and future long-term achievement, because they benefit from the extra time to develop literacy skills, social skills, confidence and more. I agree with the governor’s proposal to mandate free, full-time kindergarten, and I believe it's time for Pennsylvania to join other states that already do so. “On a related note, I support the governor’s proposal to address the problem of lead, asbestos and other hazards in our schools. Our community has been dealing with the problems of older buildings and the expenses associated with eliminating possible health hazards, and an investment of state resources will help ease the cost burdens and speed the process of ensuring our students have a safe environment. “Addressing the burden of loan debt for students graduating from our state-owned university system is another proposal I strongly Read more

 

Harkins, Merski announce more than $101,000 in fire, EMS grants

(Jan 21, 2020)

ERIE, Jan. 21 – State Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced the award of $101,024 in state grants to nine fire and emergency medical service companies in Erie . “So often, our first responders are our defense against catastrophe,” Merski said. “We ask them to walk into dangerous situations every day, and they do so willingly to keep us safe. These grants will help ensure that they have the resources they need to face risks of all kind with the maximum possible protection.” Harkins agreed, noting, “Purchasing quality equipment is just one of many expenses that can stretch fire department and EMS companies’ budgets to the limit. We need to do everything within our power to ensure that our firefighters and rescue workers have state-of-the-art training and equipment, and this funding will go a long way toward making that happen.” The grants will go to the following entities in the following amounts: Belle Valley Fire Department Inc. – Fire Company, $12,331. City of Erie Fire Department – Fire Company, $14,248. EmergyCare Inc. – EMS, $9,192. Lawrence Park Volunteer Fire Dept. – Fire Company, $11,646. Lawrence Park Volunteer Fire Dept. – EMS, $9,192. Perry Hi-Way Hose Company – Fire Company, $14,248. Perry Hi-Way Company – EMS, $9,192. Wesleyville Hose Company Read more

 

Merski, Harkins: Local universities receive $60,000 in grants as part of statewide campaign to prevent campus sexual assaults

(Jan 17, 2020)

ERIE, Jan. 17 – Mercyhurst and Gannon universities have each received a $30,000 grant under Pennsylvania’s “It’s on Us” initiative to keep college campuses free of sexual assault and harassment, state Reps. Bob Merski and Pat Harkins, both D-Erie, announced. “Our colleges should be places where young people thrive as they work toward chosen career paths,” Merski said. “The specter of sexual assault or other violence destroys that environment and turns places of learning into places of fear. I’m thankful that our local universities will share in this funding to raise awareness about and prevent sexual assault and violence.” Harkins agreed, adding, “No student or educator should ever have to feel unsafe where they learn or teach,” Harkins said. “In addition to training and awareness programs, this funding will help us get the message out that sexual violence or harassment will not be tolerated on our campuses.” The funding is part of a $1 million package of grants to 36 postsecondary schools statewide. Schools use the funding for programs ranging from campus-wide training for students, educators and staff to campaigns to raise awareness about the reporting process and resources that are available to those victimized by sexual assault. It’s on Us started as a national campaign in 2014. Pennsylvania quickly took the initiative, becoming the first state Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: More than $100,000 in funding to expand computer science in Erie schools

(Jan 17, 2020)

ERIE, Jan. 17 – Erie students will see more computer science in the curriculum, thanks to three state grants totaling $105,000, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, announced today. The PAsmart targeted grants from the state Department of Education will provide $35,000 apiece to the Millcreek Township, Fort LeBoeuf and Iroquois school districts. “With the advent of the digital age, computers are an essential part of every industry – not just the tech sector,” Bizzarro said. “Software applications are used in nearly every modern industry, from health care and transportation to education and finance, so making sure our students develop tech skills is essential to keeping our industries competitive and our economy thriving.” Harkins agreed, noting, “ As our reliance on technology continues to increase, the need for a tech-savvy workforce becomes more and more important to our economy. For this reason, a solid foundation in computer science skills is essential for our next generation of workers.” Merski added that adding computer science to the curriculum provides kids with the important problem-solving skills they need to succeed. “Computer science teaches students of all ages how to think logically and gives them the confidence of knowing that they can rely on their own skills to solve problems, which is an incredibly valuable lesson as they go through Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: $120,000 grant to promote school-business partnerships, real-world learning for students

(Jan 16, 2020)

ERIE, Jan. 16 – A state grant of $120,000 will bolster career readiness for Erie students and improve the pool of talented job candidates for area businesses, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, announced today. The grant from the state Department of Labor and Industry will fund the Northwest Workforce Development Board’s “Student in the Workforce” project – designed to bring students from Erie and several other counties into the workplace for real-world experiences with high-demand jobs. “The funding announced today allows us to build incredibly valuable connections between our schools and area businesses,” Bizzarro said. “Giving students a chance to interact with area employers in real-world settings can provide once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and open new doors to career pathways. It prepares students to hit the ground running when they venture out into the working world.” Harkins agreed, noting, “A connection between the classroom and the workplace is invaluable – particularly for students from lower-income households, who might not otherwise have an opportunity to develop these connections. It’s a way to level the playing field and ensure that all students have a meaningful chance to compete for high-demand, good-paying jobs.” “Experiential learning is the most effective tool for educating our young people,” Merski added. “When Read more

 

Harkins, Merski: ‘Teacher in the Workplace’ grant to boost career readiness for Erie students

(Jan 06, 2020)

ERIE, Jan. 6 – A $25,000 grant will allow Erie teachers to visit area employers for an in-person look at the latest skills demanded by area employers, state Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced today. The funding to the Erie City School District is part of a $2.2 million package of competitive grants from the state Department of Education providing 92 local education agencies $25,000 each to fund teacher visits. “Even the best teachers need to step out of the classroom sometimes to refresh their knowledge of what skills are needed in the modern world so they can shape the curriculum accordingly,” Merski said. “Nowhere is this more important than when it comes to teaching the foundational skills that will help our next generation get good-paying, family-sustaining jobs.” Harkins agreed, noting, “This funding provides teachers with an essential look into modern job settings so they can carry that information back to the classroom. It also helps our regional workforce remain competitive by ensuring employers have a large pool of well-trained job candidates.” The PDE grants are funded through federal money made available through Title II, Part A, of the Every Student Succeeds Act. Eligible applicants include local education entities, businesses and chambers of commerce, labor organizations, postsecondary institutions, community-based organizations, public libraries, Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski offer support to Erie Coke employees

(Dec 19, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 19 – Reacting to news that Erie Coke permanently closed its doors today, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, are advising workers who were turned away from the plant this morning that their offices can provide important support and services. “This is why our offices are here – to support our community in difficult times when the future is uncertain,” Bizzarro said. “The workers who showed up this morning and were turned away through no fault of their own deserve the best support we can offer, and we don’t plan to let them down.” Harkins agreed, saying, “Our hearts are with the employees who were caught off guard this morning, a week before Christmas, when they showed up at Erie Coke, only to be told that their services are no longer needed. It’s important for people to know that our offices can provide valuable assistance – from helping people find new job opportunities to assisting them in filing unemployment insurance claims or applying for children’s health insurance.” Merski added that these resources are available down the line, as well. “Although residents may not need these resources immediately, we want everyone to know that we are prepared to help at any time in the future,” he said. “Whether it’s now or down the line, we want people to know that we will be there to support them with state Read more

 

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(Dec 19, 2019)

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Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: More than $420,000 in tax credits to fund regional food bank

(Dec 18, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 18 – Tax credits of $420,563 under the state Neighborhood Assistance Program will boost the efforts of Erie-based Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania to alleviate food insecurity throughout the region, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, announced today. “Second Harvest has been playing a huge role in addressing hunger in our region for more than three decades,” Bizzarro said. “Keeping their operations running strong is essential because the issue of food insecurity undergirds so many critical life issues, from staving off sickness and disease to enabling parents to provide for their children. “No family should ever have to choose between keeping food on the table and affording other essentials, such as housing, utilities or medications. Securing this help is going to help eliminate those devastating choices for families.” Harkins agreed, adding, “Widescale food distribution by organizations such as Second Harvest is more complicated than many people realize. From cultivating partnerships and securing donations from retailers, restaurants, growers, packers and government agencies to coordinating the distribution of food to area pantries and shelters, it’s a complex operation. I’m thankful that this help will help keep this vital regional provider running strong.” Merski said that he was especially glad that the funding Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski encourage Erie residents, businesses to apply for low-interest disaster loans

(Dec 12, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 12 – State Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, are urging residents and business owners who suffered property damage from area storms Oct. 31-Nov. 1 to apply for a low-interest Small Business Association loan. Federal assistance from the SBA’s Disaster Loan Program is now available after the agency approved Gov. Tom Wolf’s request to declare a disaster based on the severe storms, high winds and flooding that damaged numerous buildings and businesses. “Unexpected storm damage can wreak havoc with residents’ lives and cause interruptions that impact a small business’s bottom line,” Bizzarro said. “I strongly encourage residents and business owners who suffered property damage from these storms to take advantage of this program, which can provide access to critical resources for rebuilding – especially when that damage is not covered by insurance.” Harkins agreed, saying, “Homeowners may borrow up to $200,000, and owners and renters may be eligible for up to $40,000, to repair or replace personal property. In addition, businesses and nonprofits that suffered damage to their buildings, equipment or inventory can apply for up to $2 million in assistance. This is funding that can help residents put their affairs back in order and help businesses get back on their feet.” Merski added that the SBA will be establishing a help center at the North Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: Nearly $461,000 to strengthen protection and advocacy for victims of child abuse

(Dec 11, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 11 – Grants totaling $460,735 will expand protection and advocacy services for children throughout Pennsylvania and enhance those supports and services for Erie-area children and families, state Reps. Ryan Bizzarro, Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, all D-Erie, announced today. The funding – administered by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency – includes $400,000 to an Erie-based organization that trains support professionals on best practices and adherence to national standards in investigating and treating child abuse. “We’ve worked hard to secure this funding, which will allow us to broaden the reach of child protection and advocacy services throughout Pennsylvania – especially to unserved and underserved areas,” Bizzarro said. “I saw the effects of abuse while working as a witness coordinator and victims’ advocate, and I know how important access to those services can be. They need to be available to all children, regardless of where they live.” Harkins added that some of the funding will go to promote best practices in the Erie region. “Investigating and prosecuting abuse can place huge stresses on children who have already suffered unthinkable trauma,” Harkins said. “This funding will help ensure that children have a safe, supportive environment for evaluation and counseling and that professionals are trained on Read more

 

‘Telepresence’ grant of nearly $18,000 will bring classroom to home for Erie students unable to attend school

(Dec 11, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 11 – A $ 17,894 state grant will give Erie students who are unable to be present in the classroom a chance to participate in real time from home, state Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced today. The grant from the state Department of Education will fund telepresence systems – equipment that provides nearly life-like, interactive audio and video between class and a student’s home. “In the past, students with serious illnesses or other conditions that kept them out of the classroom simply missed that time, often with lasting consequences to their academic records,” Harkins said. “Those absences also created an extra burden on teachers to develop additional assignments and lesson plans. Access to this technology will be a game changer for these students and their teachers.” Merski agreed, saying, “Learning is a dynamic process that goes well beyond the curriculum. It involves interacting with the teacher and peers and the chance to actively participate in the lesson. It means inclusion. I know based on my years teaching how important this is, and I’m so glad we’ll be able to make this technology available to students in our community.” The funding is part of a $300,000 package of Keystone Telepresence grants to educational service agencies across the state, which will purchase the equipment and lend it out to school districts. The Read more

 

Erie lawmakers urge MLB not to cut ties to SeaWolves

(Dec 05, 2019)

ERIE, Dec. 5 – Erie lawmakers are fighting a possible move by Major League Baseball to sever ties with the city’s popular minor league franchise, the SeaWolves. The team was listed among 42 clubs that could lose their MLB affiliation as part of a proposed reorganization in 2021. In a letter to MLB Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr. and Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem , state Reps. Pat Harkins, Bob Merski, Ryan Bizzarro, all D-Erie, and state Rep. Curt Sonney, R-Erie, urged the officials to reconsider a move that they say will permanently injure the region. “Our community’s 25-year ties to the SeaWolves run deep, and so does our commitment to preserving this incredibly popular Double-A list team,” said Harkins, who cited the city’s recent multimillion-dollar investment in a project to renovate UPMC Park. “We want Major League Baseball to understand what’s at stake for our region in cutting those ties, from losing a key source of jobs and revenue to ending an affordable, well-loved form of entertainment that keeps younger generations in our area interested in baseball.” Merski said he agreed, noting, “There are 42 teams on the MLB’s proposed cut list. Only a handful are AA-list teams like the SeaWolves, and very few have newly renovated, multimillion-dollar stadiums. This is the wrong move by the MLB, and we plan to make sure they recognize that now, Read more

 

Harkins joins fellow lawmakers, union leaders at Capitol to advocate for stronger worker safety protections

(Nov 19, 2019)

ERIE, Nov. 19 – Fighting to secure basic safety protections for Pennsylvania’s public employees, state Rep. Pat Harkins, D-Erie, joined fellow lawmakers today for a news conference at the state Capitol in support of a “Bill of Rights” package to strengthen workers’ rights. Harkins, who is Democratic chair of the House Labor and Industry Committee, has been advocating for stronger workplace safety protections since taking office in 2007 and is especially concerned about a critical gap in protection for the state’s public employees. “Although I’m proud to stand with my colleagues today in support of workers’ rights as we push for this package of bills to protect workers, I’m also frustrated that Pennsylvania’s public employees are still lacking critical safety protections,” Harkins said. “For years, I have been fighting to pass the Jake Schwab Worker Safety Bill , which would give public employee the same protections as private employees,” Harkins said. “Those protections don’t exist for workers like Jake, the transit authority mechanic who died because his workplace wasn’t required to conduct basic inspections. Workers like Jake are still dying – all because Pennsylvania doesn’t have a worker safety plan to protect them. “So many other states have already adopted these Read more

 

Harkins, Merski: More than $1.5 million in tax credits to strengthen education, address blight, assist working families and crime victims

(Nov 15, 2019)

ERIE, Nov. 15 – Tax credits totaling about $1.51 million approved through the Neighborhood Assistance Program will benefit numerous community redevelopment projects in the First and Second Legislative Districts, state Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced today. “These tax credits are going to fund projects that address real-world needs for low-income residents by improving access to health care, expanding resources for crime victims and addressing blighted, vacant properties, among other things,” Harkins said. “New programs funded by these grants will help transform the landscape -- and peoples’ lives.” Merski agreed, noting, “In addition to improving life for working families, these tax credits will be used to renovate school facilities, fund academic programs and bring the arts and culture to our residents. Research shows creative programs in the arts improve students’ critical thinking and other skills needed to succeed. It will be truly exciting to see our community flourish with assistance from this funding.” Merski and Harkins said the entities and amounts receiving the tax credits by district are as follows: First Legislative District $82,000 to the Erie Center for Art and Technology to add a pharmacy as part of the Wayne School project. $33,000 to Erie Arts and Culture to provide access to cultural experiences for low-income youth. Read more

 

Harkins: $40,000 grant for Wesleyville park playground improvements

(Nov 14, 2019)

ERIE, Nov. 14 – New playground equipment and related renovations are coming to Wesleyville’s Memorial Park, thanks to a $40,000 grant from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, state Rep. Pat Harkins, D-Erie, announced today. “Safe, well-equipped playgrounds where kids can exercise and adults can socialize make a huge quality-of-life difference for stressed, busy parents and kids with energy to burn,” Harkins said. “Last year, Emory ‘Red’ Hinkler Park received a major facelift, but more of these green spaces are desperately needed. Now, thanks to this funding, similar amenities are on the horizon for families in the Memorial Park area.” Harkins said the grant – administered by DCNR through the Community Conservation Partnerships Program – will fund installation of playground equipment with required safety surfacing, ADA access, landscaping, project signage and other site improvements. The C2P2 program funds projects such as planning, acquisition and development of public parks and recreation areas, motorized and non-motorized trails, river conservation and access and conservation of open space. More on the program is at https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/Communities/Grants/Pages/default.aspx . Read more

 

Harkins: Nearly $365,000 to resurface multiple Lawrence Township roads

(Nov 12, 2019)

ERIE, Nov. 12 – Multiple streets in Lawrence Park Township will be getting a major facelift, thanks to a $363,800 grant from the Commonwealth Financing Authority, state Rep. Pat Harkins, D-Erie, announced today. “Rehabilitating Lawrence Park’s deteriorating roads is vitally important to the township’s residents, who deserve the safest, smoothest commute possible,” Harkins said. “With the funding announced today, the township can move forward with repaving aging, inadequate roads and replacing existing sidewalk ramps with ADA-compliant ones to ensure safe access for all pedestrians.” Harkins said the funding – provided by the CFA Multimodal Transportation Fund – will fund repaving of the following roads: Priestley Avenue from Field to Bell. Field Street from Priestley to Rankine. Emmet Street from Rankine to Silliman. Morse Street from Silliman to about 200 feet past Smithson. Smithson Avenue from Main to Iroquois. Rankine Avenue from Field to Main. Rankine Avenue Iroquois to East Lake Road. Lasalle Avenue from Frontenac to Vandalia. Vandalia Avenue from Putnam to Lake Cliff. Putnam Drive from Lake Cliff to Vandalia. Nobel Avenue from Iroquois to East Lake. Cunningham Drive from Emmet to East Lake Road. The township is requesting a waiver to the local match requirement. The total project cost Read more

 

Merski/Harkins bills would strengthen regs to prevent repeat of deadly fire

(Nov 07, 2019)

ERIE, Nov. 7 – By strengthening inspection and equipment requirements governing smoke detectors in child care facilities, a two-bill package introduced by state Reps. Bob Merski and Pat Harkins, both D-Erie, would help prevent a repeat of the tragic fire that claimed the lives of five Erie children at a day care center earlier this year. One bill would require the state Department of Human Services to check all smoke detectors during its annual inspections of child care facilities and ensure that written emergency plans, fire log drills and posted evacuation notices are in place. A second bill would require child care facilities throughout the state to maintain smoke detectors on every floor that are interconnected via hardwire, Bluetooth or any other means that would allow for communications between the devices. “Although state law requires that child care facilities have smoke detectors on every floor, the law does not go far enough – either in terms of inspections or equipment,” Merski said. “While DHS inspects child care facilities for various health and safety issues, state law has not previously mandated that the agency inspect for working smoke detectors. Our bill would change that. It also would require facilities to maintain interconnected smoke detectors so that, regardless of where a fire started, occupants on every floor could be warned with enough time to escape.” Harkins added Read more

 

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: Nearly $20,000 in grants awarded to fund historical society, children’s museum
Mar 04, 2020

Harkins: State funding of $380,000 granted for school safety resources, community violence reduction
Feb 26, 2020

Harkins: Budget proposals hold promise for state’s future
Feb 04, 2020

Harkins, Merski announce more than $101,000 in fire, EMS grants
Jan 21, 2020

Merski, Harkins: Local universities receive $60,000 in grants as part of statewide campaign to prevent campus sexual assaults
Jan 17, 2020

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: More than $100,000 in funding to expand computer science in Erie schools
Jan 17, 2020

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: $120,000 grant to promote school-business partnerships, real-world learning for students
Jan 16, 2020

Harkins, Merski: ‘Teacher in the Workplace’ grant to boost career readiness for Erie students
Jan 06, 2020

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski offer support to Erie Coke employees
Dec 19, 2019

2020 Capitol Scenes calendar
Dec 19, 2019

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: More than $420,000 in tax credits to fund regional food bank
Dec 18, 2019

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski encourage Erie residents, businesses to apply for low-interest disaster loans
Dec 12, 2019

Bizzarro, Harkins, Merski: Nearly $461,000 to strengthen protection and advocacy for victims of child abuse
Dec 11, 2019

‘Telepresence’ grant of nearly $18,000 will bring classroom to home for Erie students unable to attend school
Dec 11, 2019

Erie lawmakers urge MLB not to cut ties to SeaWolves
Dec 05, 2019

Harkins joins fellow lawmakers, union leaders at Capitol to advocate for stronger worker safety protections
Nov 19, 2019

Harkins, Merski: More than $1.5 million in tax credits to strengthen education, address blight, assist working families and crime victims
Nov 15, 2019

Harkins: $40,000 grant for Wesleyville park playground improvements
Nov 14, 2019

Harkins: Nearly $365,000 to resurface multiple Lawrence Township roads
Nov 12, 2019

Merski/Harkins bills would strengthen regs to prevent repeat of deadly fire
Nov 07, 2019