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Friday, September 20, 2013

Capitol Update From Rep. Martin Causer



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Capitol Update
Friday, September 20, 2013 The latest news from the State Capitol

Fall Legislative Session Gets Underway Monday


 
Lawmakers in the state House and Senate will be back in Harrisburg on Monday for the start of the fall legislative session. Issues under discussion will include funding for much-needed repairs to the state’s roads and bridges, measures to support job-creation and economic development, pension reform, education and more. Follow legislative news at my website or Facebook page.
 

Coudersport Receives Flood Control Grant

The Commonwealth Financing Authority this week awarded $466,730 to Coudersport for a flood control project. The grant will be used to raise the levee, add an embankment and remove debris and sediments from the Allegheny River levee. The borough also will modify the Mill Creek levee by raising it, adding embankment material and removing debris and sediments. The repairs and upgrades will allow for Federal Emergency Management Agency certification and accreditation, which ensures homeowners and businesses in the area remain eligible for repair and rehabilitation funds. This funding is an important investment in maintaining our flood-control infrastructure, which is vital to public health and safety in Coudersport and areas downstream. 

Kinzua Bridge Fall Festival This Weekend


Looking for something the whole family can enjoy this weekend? Check out the Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival, marking both the 50th anniversary of the park and 10th anniversary of the tornado that toppled the historic bridge. The festival includes arts, crafts, food and live musical performances from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21-22. The event will be held rain or shine. Click here for additional information. 
  
 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

bummer this was such an awesome bridge! Dam nature for taking it out... We took friends from Minnesota there and it was such a hit walking across that bridge.. I have yet to even travel out there now..