Join live @6PM THURS. 3/25/21: Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective

(Mar 25, 2021)

Email your questions for the event to RepSappey@pahouse.net. Read more

 

Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective

(Mar 25, 2021)

State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual panel discussion, “Institutionalized Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 25. This panel discussion is the fourth in a series of discussions started last year. Read more

 

Sappey to host virtual panel discussion on ‘Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective’

(Mar 19, 2021)

KENNETT SQUARE, March 19 – State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual panel discussion, “Institutionalized Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 25. This panel discussion is the fourth in a series of discussions started last year. “We’re looking to continue these hard discussions and build on the insights we received from all of our participants last year,” Sappey said. “It is only when we decide to listen and make informed decisions that true action can occur. We want to create communities where everyone feels they are treated with respect and given a fair chance to succeed and thrive.” Panelists for this discussion include: Rev. Annalie Korengel, pastor of Unionville Presbyterian Church and police chaplain for Kennett Township. Scott Bohn, executive director of the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association. Sheriff Fredda Maddox of Chester County. Greg Rowe, executive director of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association. Chief Gerald Simpson of the Chester County Regional Police Department. Residents interested in receiving a link to attend will need to RSVP on Sappey’s website , by contacting her District Office at 484-200-8264, or by emailing repsappey@pahouse.net . Questions for the representative and presenters Read more

 

Youth Mental Health and the Pandemic, Session 2: 3rd - 7th grades

(Mar 17, 2021)

Please join Rep. Christina Sappey and Rep. Danielle Friel Otten for a virtual series on Youth Mental Health and the Pandemic. We will discuss how the pandemic has affected the mental health of children and young adults in different age groups, what resources are available to help them, and how parents can access available resources. We’ll hear from counselors and health care providers, and we’ll reserve plenty of time for Q&A. Read more

 

Virtual Panel on Stormwater Management, the Environment, Infrastructure, and Property Damage

(Mar 11, 2021)

Panelists for this discussion include: Michael Callahan, stormwater program manager of Derry Township Municipal Authority. Molly Deger, engineer of Chester County Conservation District. John Krafcyzk, assistant district executive for maintenance of PennDOT Engineering District 6. Ramsey Reiner, township manager of New Garden Township. Read more

 

Sappey to host virtual discussion on stormwater management and the environment, infrastructure and property damage

(Mar 05, 2021)

KENNETT SQUARE, March 5 – State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual panel discussion on Stormwater Management, the Environment, Infrastructure, and Property Damage at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 11. “Across Pennsylvania, more frequent strong storms have had significant impact on our environment and infrastructure. Local governments and property owners alike are dealing with damage to personal property and shared infrastructure,” Sappey said. “I hope people will join us to learn about how we can better prepare for these worsening storms and work to reduce the damage they cause.” Panelists for this discussion include: Michael Callahan, stormwater program manager of Derry Township Municipal Authority. Molly Deger, engineer of Chester County Conservation District. John Krafcyzk, assistant district executive for maintenance of PennDOT Engineering District 6. Ramsey Reiner, township manager of New Garden Township. Residents interested in receiving a link to attend will need to RSVP on Sappey’s website , by contacting her District Office at 484-200-8264, or by emailing repsappey@pahouse.net . Questions for the representative and presenters can be submitted before or during the event at repsappey@pahouse.net . For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s office at Read more

 

Chester County Delegation Unemployment Compensation Letter

(Mar 05, 2021)

Dear Senator Casey adn Senator Toomey, Thank you for your continued support of the citizens of Pennsylvania during this time of uncertainty and deep struggle. Read more

 

Redistricting Update

(Mar 03, 2021)

Join live at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 3 for an interactive virtual discussion on redistricting. Read more

 

Sappey to host virtual discussion on redistricting

(Feb 26, 2021)

Kennett Square, Feb. 26 – State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual Redistricting Update event with Carol Kuniholm of Fair Districts PA at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3. “Pennsylvania continues to be affected by the unfair practice of drawing legislative districts to favor one party,” said Sappey, D-Chester. “This event is an opportunity for residents to learn about the process, ask questions and get an update on current legislation that would address gerrymandering.” Residents interested in receiving a link to attend will need to RSVP on Sappey’s website ( https://bit.ly/3sBFWG5 ), by contacting her District Office at 484-200-8264, or by emailing repsappey@pahouse.net . Questions for the representative and presenter can be submitted prior to or during the event at repsappey@pahouse.net . For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s office at 484-200-8264. Read more

 

Sappey to host virtual discussion on trauma informed systems

(Feb 24, 2021)

State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158th Legislative District to attend her virtual discussion on Trauma Informed Systems on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. “This event will explore the impact of adverse childhood experiences and research showing how a trauma informed approach leads to increased positive outcomes in our major institutions such as education and health care,” Sappey said. Those interested in receiving a link to attend will need to RSVP here , by contacting Sappey’s District Office at 484-200-8264 or by emailing repsappey@pahouse.net . Questions for the representative and panelists can be submitted prior to or during the event at repsappey@pahouse.net . For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s office at 484-200-8264. ### Read more

 

Watch here: Youth Mental Health and the Pandemic: Pre-K to 2nd Grade

(Feb 18, 2021)

A panel on youth mental health and the pandemic focusing on the Pre-K to 2nd Grade years. Read more

 

Chester County Delegation Vaccine Letter

(Feb 12, 2021)

Chester County Delegation Vaccine Letter Read more

 

Join a live virtual chat about RGGI here at 6 p.m. Feb. 11

(Feb 11, 2021)

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Join a live discussion on phorid flies at 6 p.m. Jan. 28

(Jan 28, 2021)

Send your questions for the event to RepSappey@PAHouse.net. Read more

 

PUA Claims Update

(Jan 27, 2021)

How to reopen/reactivate a PUA claim : Log in to your dashboard Select “File for Weekly Benefits” Then select “File Your Weekly Certification to Continue Your Claim” You will see the message “You currently have a claim established however it is inactive.” Click on “here.” It will seem as if you are opening a new claim. The system knows you are only attempting to reopen the claim you already have established. Click Next. You will see the Welcome to Pennsylvania’s Pandemic Unemployment Portal Page. Click next. The next eight pages are pre-populated based on your initial claim information. You will click next after verifying the information is correct on each page. If it is not correct, you should make updates at this time. Note: This includes things such as your email, address, date of birth, education information and employment status. You will also be asked the COVID questions. PLEASE NOTE THAT FOR THE MAJOR DISASTER INFORMATION QUESTION YOU SHOULD SELECT COVID -19 NOT COVID 19 -2 If you reported that you are self-employed, the system will ask for you 2020 wages. This is an error. You should enter all 0s for those wages. You will also need to answer if you have worked since you last filed for weeks. If you have worked, you must click the “I have worked since my last filing” and enter your employment information. Read more

 

Sappey named to House Agriculture, Local Government and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness committees

(Jan 22, 2021)

State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, today announced she has been re-appointed to the Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Local Government, and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness committees. She was also re-appointed to serve on the bipartisan, bicameral Local Government Commission by the speaker of the House and Democratic House leadership. “I am honored to continue serving Pennsylvanians through my work on the commission and these committees,” Sappey said. During the previous legislative session, Sappey supported the adoption of the PA Farm Bill by the Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee its passage by the General Assembly. She continues to support agriculture innovation to help preserve existing farms and open space. Sappey has helped develop and support legislation that would streamline government processes through her role on the Local Government Committee and appointment to the Local Government Commission. These reforms would create more efficient local county and municipal operations, lowering tax costs and providing better services to residents. As a member of the Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee, Sappey has made expanding access to services for veterans and creating more funding and volunteer support for first responders such as fire, police and EMS a top priority. For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s district office at 484-200-8264. ### Read more

 

Legislative Review: Thursday, Jan. 21 discussion with Rep. Sappey

(Jan 21, 2021)

Join here to learn about bills moving in the PA House, as well as Rep. Sappey's legislative priorities this session. Email your questions, to be answered live or following the event, at RepSappey@PAHouse.net. Read more

 

Sappey to host virtual Town Hall

(Jan 15, 2021)

State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, invites residents of the 158 th Legislative District to attend her next virtual Town Hall at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21. “This is a convenient opportunity for constituents to share views, ask questions and stay informed on legislation being considered in Harrisburg that could impact them,” Sappey said. “I look forward to hearing from the community.” Those interested in receiving a link to watch will need to RSVP here , by contacting Sappey’s District Office at 484-200-8264 or by emailing repsappey@pahouse.net . Questions for the representative can be submitted prior to or during the event at repsappey@pahouse.net . For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s district office at 484-200-8264. ### Read more

 

Sappey announces more than $500,000 for East Penn Railroad improvements

(Jan 13, 2021)

State Rep. Christina Sappey, D-Chester, today announced that East Penn Railroad will be the recipient of $500,500 through the Rail Transportation Assistance Program and the Rail Freight Assistance Program. East Penn Railroad will use the funds to improve track conditions by replacing approximately 4,500 ties on the Wilmington Northern line and 2,000 ties on the Quakertown line. This is part of $31.3 million announced for 26 rail freight improvement projects that will improve freight mobility while creating or sustaining more than 200 jobs across the state. “This work will improve the state’s infrastructure, increasing safety and efficiency in our supply chains, while helping to minimize additional truck traffic,” Sappey said. For more information, residents may contact Sappey’s district office at 484-200-8264. ### Read more

 

Join live @6PM THURS. 3/25/21: Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective
Mar 25, 2021

Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective
Mar 25, 2021

Sappey to host virtual panel discussion on ‘Institutional Disadvantage, a Law Enforcement Perspective’
Mar 19, 2021

Youth Mental Health and the Pandemic, Session 2: 3rd - 7th grades
Mar 17, 2021

Virtual Panel on Stormwater Management, the Environment, Infrastructure, and Property Damage
Mar 11, 2021

Sappey to host virtual discussion on stormwater management and the environment, infrastructure and property damage
Mar 05, 2021

Chester County Delegation Unemployment Compensation Letter
Mar 05, 2021

Redistricting Update
Mar 03, 2021

Sappey to host virtual discussion on redistricting
Feb 26, 2021

Join in: Trauma Informed Systems Discussion @ 6 p.m. Feb. 25
Feb 25, 2021

Sappey to host virtual discussion on trauma informed systems
Feb 24, 2021

Watch here: Youth Mental Health and the Pandemic: Pre-K to 2nd Grade
Feb 18, 2021

Chester County Delegation Vaccine Letter
Feb 12, 2021

Join a live virtual chat about RGGI here at 6 p.m. Feb. 11
Feb 11, 2021

Join a live discussion on phorid flies at 6 p.m. Jan. 28
Jan 28, 2021

PUA Claims Update
Jan 27, 2021

Sappey named to House Agriculture, Local Government and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness committees
Jan 22, 2021

Legislative Review: Thursday, Jan. 21 discussion with Rep. Sappey
Jan 21, 2021

Sappey to host virtual Town Hall
Jan 15, 2021

Sappey announces more than $500,000 for East Penn Railroad improvements
Jan 13, 2021