Malagari: $50,000 secured for Telford Fire Co.

(Nov 01, 2022)

“When I heard our station was in need of a new aerial siren, I made it a top priority to provide emergency services with the equipment it needs to serve our community,” Malagari said. “Investments in public health and safety are easy to make. With this allocation, these volunteers will be able to better ensure the safety of our residents.” Read more

 

Montgomery County House Dems Announce $3M in Funding for Mitzvah Circle

(Oct 31, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 31 – Pennsylvania House Democrats in Montgomery County presented a check for $3 million to Mitzvah Circle Foundation to expand its critical services delivering immediate needs to vulnerable families. In partnership with more than 300 local organizations, MCF provides donated and purchased goods such as clothing, shoes, diapers, toiletries, period supplies, housewares and more – including many items not covered by food stamps or other safety net programs – to individuals and families in need. Families who can’t obtain these critical items become entrenched deeper in crisis. By providing a full array of life's essentials, MCF helps families to begin to break the cycle of crisis and poverty. “Mitzvah Circle is honored to receive this funding. It allows us to continue serving the most vulnerable families in Montgomery County,” said Fran Held, founder and director of MCF. The Montgomery County legislators, including Sens. Amanda Cappelletti, Maria Collett, Art Haywood, Vincent Hughes and Katie Muth, as well as Reps. Matt Bradford, Tim Briggs, Joe Ciresi, Mary Jo Daley, Pam DeLissio, Nancy Guenst, Liz Hanbidge, Steve Malagari, Napoleon Nelson, Ben Sanchez, Melissa Shusterman, Greg Vitali, and Joe Webster, worked with the Wolf administration to help deliver the funds, which originate from American Rescue Plan Act funding. “Mitzvah Circle reaches into every corner of Montgomery County, and it Read more

 

Around the 53rd District

(Oct 28, 2022)

I wanted to touch base and let you know what I’ve been up to in the district. I’ve had the opportunity to meet and talk with many of you over the past few weeks, and I’ve really enjoyed hearing your thoughts and concerns on state government issues. Read more

 

Montgomery County House Democrats Announce $5.75M for Child Advocacy Center

(Oct 28, 2022)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 28 – Pennsylvania House Democrats in Montgomery County are congratulating the Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County for being awarded $5.75 million to build its Child Advocacy and Training Center. In a joint letter to Gov. Tom Wolf, members of the Montgomery County House Democratic Delegation shared that “Child abuse is a growing public health crisis that requires urgent intervention and response. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this issue significantly, placing an intense strain on our community’s most vulnerable members. The child advocacy center model is an evidence-based approach that has been found to provide a faster healing process for the child, more fluid collaboration between all professionals, and more effective and streamlined investigations. By providing on-site medical and mental health services, the facility would also be removing barriers to make care more accessible and equitable, as well as improving overall physical and mental health outcomes for children and their caregivers.” The Montgomery County legislators, including Reps. Matt Bradford, Tim Briggs, Joe Ciresi, Mary Jo Daley, Pam DeLissio, Nancy Guenst, Liz Hanbidge, Steve Malagari, Napoleon Nelson, Ben Sanchez, Greg Vitali, and Joe Webster, worked with the Wolf administration to help deliver the funds, which originate from the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program . Read more

 

Malagari secures $30,000 grant for Lansdale American Legion Post 206

(Oct 27, 2022)

“I know how important this institution is to our community,” Malagari said. “When I heard they were in need of a new heating system, I made it a priority to ensure they had the resources to stay open before winter came.” Read more

 

Malagari announces $850,000 grant for Hatfield Township

(Oct 27, 2022)

“After working to help secure this funding, it’s great to see that it has been approved and that we can get started on this project,” Malagari said. “Hatfield needs an administration building that can support the needs of its citizens. I’m glad we are getting the resources we need to make it happen.” Read more

 

Malagari welcomes $1 million grant for Discover Lansdale project

(Oct 26, 2022)

“Lansdale’s history is deeply tied to the rail line that runs through it,” Malagari said. “Restoring the Freight House is more than just historic preservation, it is about protecting and honoring what makes this town unique.” Read more

 

Malagari announces $500,000 grant for affordable senior housing

(Oct 20, 2022)

“This is money well spent,” said Malagari. “Over 100 seniors will have an affordable and modernized place to live, right in a historic and accessible part of Hatfield.” Read more

 

Malagari secures $1M grant to address sinkholes in Lansdale

(Oct 17, 2022)

“When infrastructure issues like these arise, they must be addressed immediately, before they become bigger problems,” Malagari said. “We need to fix the few sinkholes that are forming, but more importantly, address the stormwater management issues that are causing the water damage.” Read more

 

Malagari honors predecessor in road designation ceremony

(Oct 13, 2022)

As he was my former representative and predecessor, I know firsthand how his life and service had an impact on the people and communities in Montgomery County, and this is a fitting tribute to his long-serving dedication to our area. Read more

 

Malagari applauds $200,000 grant for new school buses

(Oct 01, 2022)

LANSDALE, Oct. 1 – North Penn School District will receive $199,435 to replace seven old diesel school buses with seven new cleaner energy propane school buses at North Penn High School in Lansdale, state Rep. Steve Malagari, D-Montgomery, announced today. Replacing the vehicles will help to remove 3.9 tons of NOx and other pollutants from the air annually. The Driving PA Forward Truck and Bus Fleet grant program aims to take 42 old diesel trucks and buses off the road, replacing them with cleaner alternatives. “Transitioning our school buses to cleaner energy sources not only helps to combat climate change, but also helps to protect our children’s health from the poisonous fumes these diesel busses create,” Malagari said. “I am happy to see the state making these smart investments in schools like North Penn and beyond.” The funding is part of the Driving PA Forward initiative, which launched in 2018 with eight grant programs and the goal of permanently reducing nitrogen oxides in the state by replacing a large number of older diesel vehicles and equipment and promoting cleaner transportation technologies using money from Pennsylvania’s $118.5 million settlement with Volkswagen. Read more

 

Malagari welcomes $125,000 grant for Whistlestop Park upgrades

(Sep 21, 2022)

“I am pleased to see Hatfield receive this funding,” Malagari said. “Public spaces are the heart of community. The renovations made to this park will make it easier for people of all ages and abilities to gather together.” Read more

 

2022 Summer Newsletter

(Sep 21, 2022)

This year’s budget is historic, to say the least. I proudly voted for the most significant increases in education funding ever seen in Pennsylvania. Basic Education funding gets a $750 million increase, of which $525 million will be distributed through the Fair Funding Formula. This is a major step forward in ensuring the next generation gets the education they need and deserve. Read more

 

Malagari celebrates Dr. Boston memorialization

(Sep 15, 2022)

“Our community owes a lot to Dr. Boston because the institutions that he created still exist today and still serve our community,” Malagari said. “Remembering him and memorializing this stretch highway in his name are but small gestures that allow us to keep the legacy of his work, his tenacity, and his dedication, alive.” Read more

 

E-Blast: Summer Intern Edition - Part 2

(Sep 08, 2022)

Today’s E-newsletter was written by one of our summer interns! Benton spent the summer in our Lansdale office. Read more

 

Malagari applauds $250,000 grant for Whistlestop Park

(Sep 08, 2022)

“I am happy our efforts have paid off,” Malagari said. “Along with myself, many people have been writing letters and advocating to ensure this public space gets the renovations it needs. This project will have an immeasurable impact on the health and recreational wellbeing of our local residents.” Read more

 

E-Blast: Summer Intern Edition

(Aug 16, 2022)

Today’s E-blast was written by one of our summer interns! Umme is a North Penn alum and interned this summer in our Lansdale office. Read more

 

E-BLAST (August 4): Around the 53rd District

(Aug 04, 2022)

It was an honor to meet Vice President Kamala Harris on her visit to Pennsylvania to represent our communities as she discussed the issues facing our Commonwealth. Read more

 

Malagari presents Souderton Area For All with $1,500 check

(Jul 22, 2022)

“I’m really proud of what everyone out here is working toward,” Malagari said. “It’s great to see the community come together to ensure everyone feels welcome. These celebrations really show our LGBTQ+ neighbors that Souderton is a place they can show their pride.” Read more

 

Hatfield Township receives state grant for traffic signal upgrade

(Jul 13, 2022)

LANSDALE, July 13 – State Rep. Steve Malagari today said Hatfield Township has been awarded a $354,240 grant from the state to upgrade the traffic signal at Route 309 and Unionville Pike. "I am pleased to see the state partnering with local communities on infrastructure upgrades that promote safety and modernization,” Malagari said. “The maintenance and upgrade of this signal will make traveling through this busy intersection more efficient, and certainly safer for drivers.” The funding was awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Green Light-Go program. Program funds can be used for light-emitting diode (LED) technology installation, traffic signal retiming, developing special event plans and monitoring traffic signals as well as upgrading traffic signals to the latest technologies. Read more