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Friday, July 24, 2015

Capitol Update by Rep. Martin Causer

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Friday, July 24, 2015 The latest news from the State Capitol

Potter County Fair Starts Sunday

Just a reminder the Potter County Fair kicks off this Sunday, July 26. My office will have a table at the fair Monday through Friday evenings, so please stop by to say “hi.” We’ll also have many publications available providing information about a variety of state programs and services.

Any News on the PA Budget?

With Gov. Tom Wolf holding fast to his plan to increase spending – and taxes – by nearly $5 billion this year, little progress is being made on the 2015-16 state budget, which is now more than three weeks past due. Here’s my take on it:
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Senior Expo Just Two Weeks Away

The first of three senior expos my office hosts each year is coming up on Friday, Aug. 7, at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Sports and Fitness Gymnasium. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., senior citizens and their caregivers will have the opportunity to talk with a variety of vendors who provide programs and services to support our seniors. As always, admission is free and lunch will be served. I look forward to seeing you!

Farm Bureau Picnic

I had a great time at the Potter/Tioga Farm Bureau’s annual picnic on Thursday! Having grown up on a dairy farm, I certainly appreciate the hard work and dedication of these men and women and was honored to have the opportunity to talk with them about a variety of issues impacting them in Harrisburg.


New Law to Name Bridges in Honor of Area Veterans

Two bridges in McKean and Potter counties will be named to honor area veterans under a new state law.

The bridge on Route 155 over the Allegheny River in Port Allegany Borough and Liberty Township, McKean County, is designated the Port Allegany Veterans Memorial Bridge. The bridge is dedicated in honor of both past and present residents serving in the United States Armed Forces.

The bridge on Route T-325 over the Allegheny River in Coudersport Borough, Potter County, is designated the Lt. William E. Daisley Jr. Memorial Bridge. Daisley was an outstanding scholar, role model and athlete at Coudersport Area High School who graduated with high honors from the U.S. Naval Academy. In March 1993, he was taking part in a training exercise off the coast of North Carolina, and his plane never returned. The wreckage was discovered later that day, but his remains were not recovered.

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