Harkins, Merski: Nearly $350,000 awarded for projects to improve Erie fishing opportunities

(Apr 26, 2022)

ERIE, April 26 – Erie anglers will benefit from $348,600 in funding awarded by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, state Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced today. The lawmakers said the following two grants were awarded through the Erie Access Improvement Grant Program, which was expanded based on legislation co-authored by Harkins and Erie colleague state Rep. Parke Wentling: $248,700 to Western PA Port Authority for Parade Street Dock Access Rehabilitation. The dock’s public access wall has failed, creating sidewalk cracking requiring the dock’s closure. The funding will allow the Port Authority and S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie Fishing Club to reconstruct the handicapped accessible fishing area by building a new sheet-pile retaining wall and concrete walkway and installing safety ladders. The facility and adjacent parking lot will be ADA-accessible. $99,900 to Penn State/Pennsylvania Sea Grant for Manchester Falls fish passage study. The Pennsylvania Sea Grant will lead a feasibility and design study to provide a framework for increasing fish passage and improved fishing opportunities upstream of Manchester Falls of Walnut Creek. The study will also address prevention of invasive species migration upstream. “The Parade Street dock along Presque Isle Bay has offered years of enjoyment as a special place for all anglers, including Read more

 

Sainato: $1 million awarded for state-of-the-art training equipment

(Apr 22, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, April 22 – A $1 million grant from the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program will fund state-of-the-art training equipment for solar and other alternative energy technologies at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 712 Solar Training Facility in Neshannock, state Rep. Chris Sainato, D-Lawrence, announced today. Sainato said the funding to Western Central PA Electrician Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee for the IBEW facility equipment will ensure local workers have cutting-edge training on alternative energy technologies that are becoming more and more a part of modern production. “Our district has deep roots in manufacturing and industry and an extremely talented workforce, but it’s critical to keep pace with changing technologies and alternative energy sources,” Sainato said. “Today’s funding is going to support construction of cutting-edge alternative energy training equipment for the electrical apprenticeship training center in Neshannock Township. “The building’s HVAC system will get a geothermal heat pump, and electricity will be generated by an on-site solar array. Additional alternative energy equipment will include vehicle charging stations, wind turbines, a welding and charging building and an energy dashboard. “With more and more automakers turning to electric and an increasing demand for alternative energy Read more

 

Longietti: PHEAA board votes to raise maximum student aid grant amount

(Apr 22, 2022)

HERMITAGE, April 22 – Eligible Pennsylvania college students may see an increase in financial aid grant funding after the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency board voted to raise the maximum amount available under the PA State Grant Program from $5,000 to $5,750, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Longietti, who is a member of the PHEAA board, said he voted for the increase because it is a sound financial investment that will pay off for the state economy. “These are challenging times for everyone, but for young adults just starting out in life, the weight of student debt can be crushing,” Longietti said. “The grant program makes it possible for low- and middle-income students to pursue their career goals and allows them to graduate with less debt and more disposable income to invest back into the economy. “Supplementing the program at a time when household budgets are strained only makes sense. It’s a move that will encourage more students to stay in state, study here and raise families here.” Longietti said the proposed funding formula for 2022-23 also would allow an additional 9,000 students to benefit from the grant system. The increase depends on the state legislature’s approval of a proposed $350 million appropriation for the PA State Grant Program, which represents a 12.8% increase over the current year. Read more

 

Longietti: $9 million loan secured to improve Greenville water service

(Apr 20, 2022)

HERMITAGE, April 20 – Better water service is on tap for Greenville residents, thanks to a $9 million low-interest loan from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Longietti said the loan to Greenville Water Authority will fund a project to replace and relocate the Hadley Road Booster Pump Station and replace approximately 25,600 linear feet of leaded-joint, cast-iron pipe with polyvinyl chloride mains and 272 service connections, including 32 known/suspected lead service lines. “The new pump station and service lines will improve the delivery and safety of drinking water for Greenville," Longietti said. “The Hadley Road Booster Pump Station was built during the early 1900s and is long overdue for replacement. The new station, which will be installed near UPMC Horizon Hospital, will be more efficient and better at reducing unwanted disinfection byproducts in the water. The installation of a new, permanent generator at the site will ensure a continuous, reliable water supply to customers. “The new service lines will replace the existing cast-iron pipes and lead joints that had a history of leaks and water main breaks and will give residents better peace of mind in knowing that their drinking water is free of contaminants.” Longietti said the project will also include replacing fire hydrants, service lines, interconnections to side streets and Read more

 

Sainato: $270,000 awarded for Union Township sidewalk construction

(Apr 20, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, April 20 – New sidewalks and related safety improvements are coming to multiple streets in Union Township with help from $270,000 in federal infrastructure dollars, state Rep. Chris Sainato, D-Lawrence, announced today. Sainato said the project, partially funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will offer important safety protections for pedestrians. “Constructing sidewalks along these routes will keep pedestrians out of the road, where they are much more vulnerable to being struck, particularly during the evenings and other times of poor visibility,” Sainato said. “It’s an important step we can take to better protect folks traveling on foot and also give them greater peace of mind.” Sainato said project includes the following streets: Bluff Street from Boroline Street to West Division Street. Spring Street from Smithfield Street to Bluff Street. Smithfield Street from Boroline Street to West Division Street. Walter Street. Magee Street. West Division Street from Smithfield Street to Bluff Street. Boroline Street from Smithfield Street to Bluff Street. The funding is part of a package awarded to 64 Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside projects in 34 counties. The Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside of the Federal Highway Administration’s Read more

 

Harkins, Merski to host May 5 live town hall addressing Presque Isle, Lake Erie cell service problems

(Apr 19, 2022)

ERIE, April 19 – State Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, will host a live town hall May 5 to address cell phone signal problems on and around Presque Isle and Lake Erie. The lawmakers said the event – from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Room 112 of the Tom Ridge Environmental Center – will bring together residents, business owners, local groups, county and state officials, and other stakeholders to identify the scope of the problem and lay the groundwork for developing solutions. “Our phones are lifelines to the rest of the world – connections for getting help in dangerous situations or contacting loved ones to let them know we’re OK,” Harkins said. “But for residents living near Lake Erie, tourists visiting Presque Isle and the surrounding shoreline, and businesses that rely on the lake, service has been unreliable and sometimes non-existent. Those connections are essential, and we need to get them working as soon as possible.” Merski said, “This is more than a convenience issue – it’s a public safety issue. It’s also an issue that affects the local businesses and the recreation and tourism that are so important to our area. Our live town hall will be an opportunity for residents and other stakeholders to discuss concerns and start collaborating on ways to solve the problem.” Speakers will include representatives Read more

 

Sainato: $600,000 grant awarded to DON Enterprises for Wright Building Project

(Apr 15, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, April 15 – New funding of $600,000 will boost a developer’s efforts to revitalize part of downtown New Castle, state Rep. Chris Sainato, D-Lawrence, announced today. Sainato said the grant to DON Enterprises Inc. under the Community Revitalization Fund Program will fund the developer’s ongoing project to rehabilitate the Wright Building into a mix-used property. “This is a great boost for DON’s efforts to revitalize this area of New Castle’s Lower East Side,” Sainato said. “Historic old buildings like the Wright Building hold so much promise for residential and commercial development, but often require extensive rehabilitation. This grant will help bolster those efforts that promise to turn the space into real-world opportunities for affordable housing and new business activity.” Funding for the project was raised through the sale of tax credits under the Mixed-Use Development Tax Credit Program. The Community Revitalization Fund Program is administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, which works to provide affordable homeownership and rental housing options for older adults, low- and moderate-income families, and people with special housing needs. The grant is one of six awarded statewide under the program. More information about the grants is available here: Read more

 

Merski: Bosnian Islamic Community Erie receiving $25,000 security grant

(Apr 14, 2022)

ERIE, April 14 – The Bosnian Islamic Community Erie Inc., has received a $25,000 grant under the 2022 Nonprofit Security Grant Program, state Rep. Bob Merski announced today. Merski said the funding will ensure the nonprofit’s members and visitors enjoy a safe environment. “No resident of our community should ever have to feel threatened, especially in places where they gather to celebrate cultural ties and plan and host educational, religious, charitable and other events,” Merski said. “This funding should help ensure that our friends and neighbors who frequent the organization have the peace of mind they deserve as they go about their community work that enriches Erie.” Merski said organizations receiving grants may use them for a variety of security measures, including: safety and security planning and training and threat-awareness and response training. equipment and technology such as metal detectors, protective lighting, surveillance equipment, emergency communications equipment, electronic locksets, deadbolts, trauma kits and theft-control devices. upgrades to existing structures that enhance safety and security. vulnerability and threat assessments. specialty-trained canines. any other safety- or security-related project that enhances safety or security of the nonprofit organization. The Read more

 

Merski, Harkins: New construction projects coming to region

(Apr 13, 2022)

ERIE, April 13 – Infrastructure projects coming to Erie and Pennsylvania’s northwest region will spell new opportunities for workers while shoring up public safety, state Reps. Bob Merski and Pat Harkins said today after administration officials visited Erie to highlight nearly $300 million worth of projects for the region. The lawmakers said funding from the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law – which will support nearly 90 new or continuing projects – is good news on multiple levels. “Beyond building new roads and stronger bridges to connect our region, these projects will be bridges to greater economic opportunities for residents who do not have higher education degrees or specialized training,” said Merski, who is chair of the House Democratic Caucus’ Northwest Delegation. “It’s an opportunity to help families on an individual level build back their own financial independence as we strengthen the regional economy.” Harkins, who is delegation treasurer, said, “The recent Pittsburgh bridge collapse reminded everyone how vital these infrastructure projects will be – not just as a shot in the arm to our regional economy but from a public safety standpoint. It was a miracle no one was killed in that collapse, but we might not be as fortunate the next time around. As far as I’m concerned, we can’t get this work started soon Read more

 

Merski joins colleagues to promote blight-fighting bills headed for House chamber

(Apr 12, 2022)

HARRISBURG, April 12 – State Rep. Bob Merski joined colleagues at the state Capitol today to highlight his bill to combat blight and similar legislation that was voted out of the House Urban Affairs Committee. Merski, D-Erie, said his H.B. 1827 – which would provide a grant program cities could use to fund code enforcement efforts – was included as an amendment to H.B. 1791 – a vacant property registration proposal – as part of a bipartisan package of bills to address blight. “Blight stalls progress – it invites crime, lowers property values and discourages new businesses, residents, and investment. But redevelopment encourages more redevelopment, and giving our municipalities more resources to ensure properties are up to code enhances entire neighborhoods and communities. “Cities were struggling to keep these code programs funded even before the pandemic, and now, with budgets stretched to the max, those efforts are foundering. My bill would give them new life by funding grants that cities could use to launch new property maintenance code enforcement programs, hire inspectors or add more staff to strengthen existing programs.” Merski said the competitive grant program would be administered by the state Department of Community and Economic Development, and municipalities would be required to provide matching funds. Read more

 

Harkins joins labor officials at state Capitol to push for public worker protections

(Apr 11, 2022)

HARRISBURG, April 11 – State Rep. Pat Harkins joined labor officials at the state Capitol today as the state announced plans to study the feasibility of extending Occupational Safety and Health Act protections to Pennsylvania’s public-sector workers and urged support for Harkins’ legislation to put those protections in place. Harkins, D-Erie, said he hopes the study will move the state closer to passing H.B. 1976 , which would bring long-overdue protections to the more than 600,000 Pennsylvanians employed by state and local government. “For years, Pennsylvania’s public-sector workers – from first responders, transit workers and bus mechanics, to maintenance workers, equipment operators and water treatment plant workers – have been clocking into workplaces that are less safe than the ones run by private employers,” Harkins said. “That’s because OHSA regulations apply only to private businesses – they don’t protect public-sector workers. “These public-sector workers are the same ones who keep our families protected, our buses running, our roads repaired and our water safe. They face the same dangers – and in some cases, even greater ones – than private-sector workers. Surely, they deserve the same protections. “The feasibility study announced today will examine the benefits and costs of extending OSHA protections to public-sector Read more

 

Longietti: Area child care providers receiving more than $2.2 million to stabilize operations

(Apr 11, 2022)

HERMITAGE, April 11 – Area child care providers are receiving more than $2.2 million in federal funding to help them reopen their doors and return to full capacity, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Longietti said the funding under the American Rescue Plan Act will provide grants to 24 area providers ranging from approximately $5,000 to more than $290,000. “Pandemic-related shutdowns and declining enrollments have had a devastating impact on child care providers in our community, and it’s an issue that is not only hurting these business owners and their families, but also complicating plans for working parents trying to return to the workplace. “This funding – which providers can use for operating expenses, personnel and program costs, equipment and supplies, and reimbursement for past COVID-19-related expenses – will help stabilize operations for these businesses that play such a key role for our community.” According to the state Department of Human Services, which administers the funding, providers will receive the funding in six monthly installments and must use it within nine months after their applications were approved. Centers also must report to DHS on how the funding is spent. A list of the approved funding to the 24 providers is available here . The American Rescue Plan Act provided $24 billion to states nationwide to stabilize the child care sector. The local grants Read more

 

Merski introduces legislation to help startup businesses hurt by COVID-19

(Apr 11, 2022)

HARRISBURG, April 11 – State Rep. Bob Merski has introduced legislation that would help startup businesses that were hurt by the pandemic but ineligible for previous COVID-19 assistance. Merski, D-Erie, said he drafted H.B. 2487 after becoming aware that many small businesses that started in January 2020 or later did not qualify under existing relief programs. “The pandemic was incredibly difficult for every business in our community, but for startups that had just opened their doors and were looking to build momentum, it was like being hit by a tsunami,” Merski said. “Unfortunately, many of these new businesses were ineligible under existing relief programs. My bill would address this problem by establishing a grant program for companies that began operations between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021. “Every business deserves all the help we can provide, regardless of when they opened their doors. We need to ensure these young businesses trying to establish themselves in our community aren’t swept away before they get a chance to put down roots.” Merski’s bill would create a county block grant program that would provide grants of up to $15,000 for eligible businesses. The bill has been referred to the PA House Commerce Committee. Read more

 

Harkins, Merski: Gannon, Penn State Behrend students’ research projects to share in $2.3 million in grant funding

(Apr 08, 2022)

ERIE, April 8 – Research projects from student teams at Gannon University and Penn State Behrend were among 36 projects selected statewide to share in grant funding totaling $2.3 million, state Reps. Pat Harkins and Bob Merski, both D-Erie, announced today. The lawmakers said the grants – administered by the Department of Community and Economic Development under the Manufacturing PA Initiative – were awarded to projects statewide that will help advance innovation in manufacturing sectors including 3D printing, waste sustainability, autonomous navigation, and several other areas. “I work closely with Gannon University President Keith Taylor, and I am constantly amazed and inspired by the talented minds Gannon, Penn State Behrend, and our region’s other universities attract,” Harkins said. “Innovation starts right here, at the local level, with ideas from young, bright minds. With support from area businesses and other partners, those ideas grow into plans and applications, and then into real-world manufacturing advances. “We are so proud of our brilliant young students, and also thankful to the local business community partners who partner with our schools to make this kind of innovation happen.” Merski said: “I want to congratulate the Penn State Behrend and Gannon University students who were involved in these projects, which show so much initiative and innovation. Efforts Read more

 

Sainato: Area child care providers receiving nearly $2.3 million in federal funding to stabilize operations

(Apr 07, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, April 7 – New federal funding of $2.3 million will help 20 child care providers in the 9th Legislative District rebuild operations and resources drained by the pandemic, state Rep. Chris Sainato, D-Lawrence, announced today. Sainato said the funding from the American Rescue Plan Act will help stabilize these businesses, which provide critical support for working families. “The pandemic hit child care providers hard, and many struggled to meet payroll, rent, and other obligations as widescale prolonged shutdowns and plunging enrollment dried up revenue,” Sainato said. “These grants will provide a welcome infusion of funding that businesses can use for operating expenses, personnel costs, including recruitment and retention, equipment and supplies, reimbursement for past COVID-19-related expenses, and other expenses. “It’s going to help them get their doors back open and running at full capacity so they can be there to support the working families who depend on them.” According to the state Department of Human Services, which administers the funding, providers will receive the funding in six monthly installments and must use it within nine months after their applications were approved. Centers also must report to DHS on how the funding is spent. A list of the approved funding to providers in New Castle and Edinburg is available here. The American Rescue Plan Act Read more

 

Merski, Harkins announce more than $8.3 million to Erie child care centers

(Apr 06, 2022)

ERIE, April 6 – Federal funding of more than $8.3 million will help stabilize Erie’s hard-hit child care industry so providers can be there for the families who rely on them, state Reps. Bob Merski and Pat Harkins, both D-Erie, announced today. The lawmakers said the American Rescue Plan Act funding will provide nearly 100 Erie city childcare centers with grants ranging from $4,200 to $571,000. “Reliable, affordable child care is essential for working families,” Merski said. “Without it, parents are tied to the home and drastically limited in their job options. Unfortunately, lengthy shutdowns, declining enrollments and other pandemic-related problems dealt a huge blow to most child care providers, leaving many struggling just to keep their doors open. This funding will help with critical expenses to get these businesses – so vital to working families – back on their feet.” Harkins said, “Centers can use the dollars for a wide range of resources, including recruiting and retention programs; operational costs like rent, utilities, maintenance and insurance; equipment and supplies; mental health services for children and staff; and reimbursement for past COVID-19-related expenses, among other costs. Stabilizing the industry is critical for families trying to get back to work.” According to the state Department of Human Services, which administers the funding, centers will Read more

 

Merski resolution urges greater U.S. involvement to aid Ukrainian refugees

(Apr 01, 2022)

ERIE, April 1 – State Rep. Bob Merski has introduced a resolution urging the U.S. government to broaden its role in addressing the Ukrainian refugee crisis by admitting more refugees and increasing aid to Poland as it assists millions crossing the border to safety there. Merski said he anticipates strong support for H.R. 191 , as Pennsylvania is home to the second-highest number of Ukrainian Americans in the nation. “Erie and other Pennsylvania cities with vibrant Ukrainian communities feel a deeply personal connection to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Europe,” Merski said. “Our efforts to help our sister city sister of Lublin, Poland, have shown us the magnitude of the problem, as we’ve learned the details about how officials there and in other Polish cities are working around the clock desperately trying to keep pace with the thousands of people arriving every day. “Our community and others like it have stepped up to help, but we need a more widescale effort from the federal government, which has accepted a relatively small number of refugees so far. My resolution urges Congress and President Biden to increase admission of Ukrainian refugees here in the states and to direct more humanitarian aid to Poland. “Our nation has a special history of opening its arms broadly to those needing a home, and we need to do that now to help stem the largest refugee crisis since World War II.” Calling for solidarity Read more

 

Sainato: New aluminum extrusion facility coming to New Castle

(Mar 31, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, March 31 – New manufacturing jobs are coming to Lawrence County, as homegrown manufacturing company Bunting Inc. has revealed plans to expand operations to New Castle, state Rep. Chris Sainato announced today. Sainato, D-Lawrence, said the company’s plans to open an aluminum extrusion mill will create 79 jobs and continue Lawrence County’s trend of attracting expanding industries. “Available spaces, workforce potential and a track record of successfully hosting diverse industries has made Lawrence County a desirable destination for businesses looking to expand,” Sainato said. “We’ve seen that recently with manufacturers like Container Services and R.G. Coating, and today’s announcement regarding Bunting continues that exciting trend. “It’s terrific news because it means our community will be seeing additional good-paying, family-sustaining jobs. We welcome Bunting and look forward a long and productive relationship together.” Sainato said Bunting’s purchase of a 333,980-square-foot building on 24.3 acres at 930 Cass St. will allow the company to enter the aluminum extrusion market and produce goods for the building, construction, automotive and transportation sectors. According to the Department of Community and Economic Development, Bunting received a funding proposal for a $2.1 million Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority loan, a Read more

 

Sainato urges residents to apply for FEMA COVID-19 funeral assistance

(Mar 28, 2022)

NEW CASTLE, March 28 – State Rep. Chris Sainato, D-Lawrence, is reminding residents who incurred funeral expenses because of a COVID-19-related death that they may be eligible for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Sainato, who is Democratic chairman of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, said FEMA’s COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Program is designed to help those who have borne the greatest burden because of the pandemic. “Although our entire community has felt the effects of the pandemic, the toll has been heaviest on those who lost a loved one,” Sainato said. “I want to be sure families who have suffered those devastating losses are aware that help is available to ease the financial burden, including reimbursement for a wide range of funeral-related expenses. “Those might include expenses for activities such as transportation to identify a deceased individual; transfer of remains; a burial plot, marker or headstone; clergy services; and other related costs.” Sainato said that to be eligible for reimbursement, the funeral expenses must have been incurred after January 20, 2020, for a COVID-19-related death occurring in the United States. The death certificate must attribute the death to COVID-19. The program may help reimburse the use of life insurance to cover funeral costs, but it will not provide reimbursement where the funds used were Read more

 

Collaborating for progress

(Mar 28, 2022)

A single voice can deliver a powerful message, but collective voices can carry that message farther, which is why the Northwest Democratic Delegation – our coalition of House lawmakers representing Erie and Northwest Pennsylvania – can be such a powerful advocate for our region. I was recently elected delegation chairman, and it is an honor to lead this hardworking group who stand united on so many issues that matter to our corner of the state. During my years as the group’s treasurer, I worked with my colleagues to bring nearly $40 million back to Erie and our region, expand pandemic relief funding and funding for early childhood education, and prevent closure of the Polk center. But as the pandemic has made clear, broad challenges remain. Long before COVID-19 shuttered storefronts and uprooted our economy, Erie and surrounding regions were grappling with the effects of a shrinking tax base, a growing labor shortage, and an economy no longer powered by heavy industry. To be sure, recent investments in commercial projects such as UPMC Park, major apartment renovations, expansions to the children’s museum, and many other projects are helping to stimulate the economy and transform the downtown landscape. At the same time, however, we need to change the landscape in more fundamental ways to encourage young families to put down roots here. That will be a top priority for the delegation in Read more

 

Harkins, Merski: Nearly $350,000 awarded for projects to improve Erie fishing opportunities
Apr 26, 2022

Sainato: $1 million awarded for state-of-the-art training equipment
Apr 22, 2022

Longietti: PHEAA board votes to raise maximum student aid grant amount
Apr 22, 2022

Longietti: $9 million loan secured to improve Greenville water service
Apr 20, 2022

Sainato: $270,000 awarded for Union Township sidewalk construction
Apr 20, 2022

Harkins, Merski to host May 5 live town hall addressing Presque Isle, Lake Erie cell service problems
Apr 19, 2022

Sainato: $600,000 grant awarded to DON Enterprises for Wright Building Project
Apr 15, 2022

Merski: Bosnian Islamic Community Erie receiving $25,000 security grant
Apr 14, 2022

Merski, Harkins: New construction projects coming to region
Apr 13, 2022

Merski joins colleagues to promote blight-fighting bills headed for House chamber
Apr 12, 2022

Harkins joins labor officials at state Capitol to push for public worker protections
Apr 11, 2022

Longietti: Area child care providers receiving more than $2.2 million to stabilize operations
Apr 11, 2022

Merski introduces legislation to help startup businesses hurt by COVID-19
Apr 11, 2022

Harkins, Merski: Gannon, Penn State Behrend students’ research projects to share in $2.3 million in grant funding
Apr 08, 2022

Sainato: Area child care providers receiving nearly $2.3 million in federal funding to stabilize operations
Apr 07, 2022

Merski, Harkins announce more than $8.3 million to Erie child care centers
Apr 06, 2022

Merski resolution urges greater U.S. involvement to aid Ukrainian refugees
Apr 01, 2022

Sainato: New aluminum extrusion facility coming to New Castle
Mar 31, 2022

Sainato urges residents to apply for FEMA COVID-19 funeral assistance
Mar 28, 2022

Collaborating for progress
Mar 28, 2022