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From The Office of Bucks County Senator Tommy Tomlinson

Tomlinson: $3 Million in State Grants Awarded In 6th Senatorial District Projects

Three organizations in the 6th Senatorial district have been awarded a total of $3 million in state funding, according to Senator Tommy Tomlinson (R-6).

“I’m pleased that local organizations, municipalities and residents will benefit from this critical state funding. These funds will help to expand recreation opportunities, improve public safety and showcase our area’s riverfront,” Tomlinson said.  “All of these will promote economic development and make this area a better place to live, work and raise a family.”

The YMCA of Bucks County Community Revitalization Project was awarded $1.5 million to undertake a capital renovation project in Fairless Hills.

The Fairless Hills YMCA branch construction project is a 48,000 square-foot complete renovation that will redesign the existing facility including the natatorium, gymnasium, welcome center, group exercise studios, classrooms, wellness center and administrative offices.

A grant of $1 million was awarded for the Northampton Township Police Headquarters Project.  The Northampton Township has purchased the land located at 111 Township Road from the Municipal Authority and will build a new state-of-the-art police headquarters, to include a booking processing center, secure interview rooms, and a firearms and physical training facility.

The River Renaissance Project in Bensalem was awarded $500,000 to complete a plan to redevelop the waterfront. Funding will be used to create the basic spine of a new Waterfront Multimodal Infrastructure system composed of enhancements to provide better connections to the SEPTA/Amtrak Cornwell Heights Station and an extension of the national East Coast Greenway and to fill in a critical gap in the regional and national bicycle network and provide multimodal access to residents.  It will also fund the construction of a central section of the Street Road connector to become the main new arterial feeder for the area.

With Senator Tomlinson’s help, local projects like these have benefitted from millions of dollars in state support. This funding was provided by the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) program, which supports critical expansion projects and economic development opportunities.

CONTACT:

Jennifer Smeltz

(717) 787-5072

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Meeting to consider SB67, SB258, SB284, and SB586

Senate Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure Committee

Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | 10:30 a.m.

Room 461


Senate Bill 67 (Judy Ward): Grants the authority’ to enter into the Psychology’ Interjurisdictional Compact.

Senate Bill 258 (Dinniman): Amends the Public Utilities Code to provide for pipeline emergency management information.

Senate Bill 284 (Killion): Amends the Public Utility Confidential Security” Information Disclosure Protection Act to provide for emergency response plans.

Senate Bill 586 (Argall): Amends the Cosmetology Law to provide for eligibility requirements.

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Meeting to consider SB 325, HB 64 and HB 751

Senate Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure Committee

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 10:45 a.m.

Rules Room


  • Senate Bill 325 (Gordner): Amends The Professional Nursing Diw to provide for certified registered nurse anesthetist designation.
  • House Bill 64 (Readshaw): Amends the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs Act (Act 48 of 1993) to provide for continuing education.
  • House Bill 751 (Roae): Amends the Public Utilities Code to require a water or wastewater public utility’ to be responsible for certain income taxes expenses for ratemaking purposes.

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