Emailed Newsletter - January 6, 2023
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Rep. Kutz Takes Oath of Office

On Tuesday, I was honored to join my fellow lawmakers as we took the oath of office for the 2023-24 Legislative Session. I will spend the upcoming session listening to the residents of Cumberland County and carrying their feedback with me to the Capitol. I’m excited to represent my neighbors’ interests to tackle the challenges we face in Pennsylvania.

My priorities include enacting pro-economic growth policies to make Pennsylvania more competitive for businesses, supporting workforce development policies that foster family-sustaining jobs, and modernizing Pennsylvania’s aging infrastructure.

To keep up to date with the all the latest news, be sure to follow me on Facebook, on Twitter with username @RepKutz and watch for my regular email updates. If you haven’t signed up to receive them, visit my website at to do so!

Also, all voting sessions of the House, as well as committee meetings, are streamed live at
Rep. Kutz Shares Priorities on PCN

Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) recently invited freshman lawmakers to talk about their backgrounds and priorities for the 2023-24 Legislative Session. You can watch my interview here.  
107th Pennsylvania Farm Show Starts Saturday

The Pennsylvania Farm Show – the country’s largest indoor agricultural exposition under one roof – kicks off this Saturday, Jan. 7, in Harrisburg. The show will run through Saturday, Jan. 14.

This year’s theme is “Rooted in Progress.” The show will feature hundreds of competitions and exhibits, as well as animals and products related to the state’s robust agriculture industry. The annual showcase is a family-friendly event with lots to see and do; and don’t forget to stop by the famous food court for a taste of some Pennsylvania cuisine.

Admission to the show is free, but parking is $15 per vehicle. Shuttle service is provided.

For all the latest news about the Farm Show, follow it on Facebook or visit
College Students Looking for Work?

PennDOT is looking to hire college students to supplement its permanent workforce from May through August.

The job typically entails seasonal maintenance work and sign upgrade services, maintenance and custodial services at roadside rest facilities, and laboring and flagging duties in maintenance organizations and highway worksites.

The hourly rate is $15.88. Interested applicants should contact my office by Monday, Jan. 30, and also apply online at Click on “Internships” to find the PennDOT College Student Summer Worker listing.