HARRISBURG – A Keystone Historic Preservation Grant totaling $20,000 has been awarded to South Middleton Township for the restoration of the former Appalachian Trail Conservancy Office located in Boiling Springs, according to Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland).
HARRISBURG – Reps. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) and Justin Fleming (D-Dauphin) unveiled the new Bipartisan Future Caucus during a press conference today at the state Capitol. The two legislators will serve as chairmen of the caucus.
WHAT: Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) will be hosting a press conference to unveil the new Bipartisan Future Caucus. He and Rep. Justin Fleming (D-Dauphin) will discuss the founding, goals and priorities of the Bipartisan Future Caucus.
HARRISBURG – State grant funding totaling over $150,000 has been awarded to two schools in the 87th Legislative District today, according to Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland). The grants are to be used to create new, or improve existing, dual enrollment credit programs which allow high school students to get a jumpstart on their post-secondary education by earning college and high school credits simultaneously.
HARRISBURG – State Reps. Sheryl Delozier (R-Lower Allen) and Thomas Kutz (R-Mechanicsburg) and Sen. Greg Rothman (R-34) will host a community-wide document shredding event for residents of their House and Senate districts who reside in Hampden or Silver Spring townships. The event will be held on Saturday, April 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the former Park Inn by Radisson, 5401 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg.
UPPER ALLEN – Constituents of the 87th District are invited to join Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) for Toast with Thomas, a breakfast event at local diners across the district.
HARRISBURG – Today, Reps. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) and Justin Fleming (D-Dauphin) announced the establishment and their chairmanship of the new bipartisan Future Caucus.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) is hosting four district office Open Houses to meet with constituents of the 87th District.
HARRISBURG – State grant funding totaling over $1.6 million has been awarded to three community development projects in the 87th District under the Local Share Account (LSA) grant program, according to Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland).