Legislation sought by state Rep. Joe Ciresi would pay for virus personal protective equipment bought by schools. It's similar to a bill approved last year, but which is now expired.
A bill introduced Tuesday by state Rep. Joe Ciresi would exempt specific categories of veterans from paying vehicle registration fees to Pennsylvania, in recognition of their sacrifices in service.
Rep. Joe Ciresi, whose legislative district includes Limerick Township, said he is fighting against a sewer rate hike proposed for Limerick Township by Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater Inc.
Adding an elected member of a local school board to a charter school's board of trustees, state Rep. Joe Ciresi suggested, would help ensure oversight on whether taxpayer money is spent properly.
The office of state Rep. Joe Ciresi last year helped local residents file 81 claims to recover previously unclaimed property and valuables worth more than $147,000, it said Thursday.
In Pennsylvania's 146th House District, 19 different hospitality businesses cumulatively won more than $700,000 in pandemic-related relief grants, state Rep. Joe Ciresi reported Friday.
The just-approved state budget, which saves much of $10 billion in federal pandemic assistance for a rainy day, could have been put to immediate needs and better use, area state Rep. Joe Ciresi contends.
Local school districts need not just more state money to operate, but a system which distributes funding equitably. The push for fair funding statewide continues Thursday in Collegeville.