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2929 Gettysburg Road, Suite 6
Camp Hill PA 17011
Tel:  (717) 761-4665
Fax:  (717) 731-7126
Staff contact: Ryan Stevens
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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107 Ryan Office Building
PO Box 202088
Harrisburg PA 17120-2088
Tel: 717-783-5282
Fax: 717-772-9994
Staff contact:  Jenn Haines
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sewer Grant Awarded to Lemoyne
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Sewer Grant Awarded to Lemoyne
Earlier this week, Lemoyne Borough received a $381,893 state grant for improvements to its sanitary sewer collection system.

I advocated for the funding through the Commonwealth Financing Authority’s Small Water and Sewer Program. The Pennsylvania Small Water and Sewer Program offers grants for small water and sewer infrastructure projects and can be used to assist with the construction, improvement, expansion, or rehabilitation or repair of a water supply or sanitary sewer system.

The grant will allow for the entire sanitary sewer collection system to be cleaned, root obstructions cleared, and lines televised and inspected to determine deficiencies. Just over 100,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer line will be repaired to determine a corrective plan of action for the borough.

Are You Prepared?
With remnants of Tropical Depression Florence hitting much of Pennsylvania this week, state and national officials remind residents that September is National Preparedness month, an opportunity to prepare ourselves and our families now and throughout the year.

As part of the awareness month, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is urging residents to make and practice a preparedness plan, learn life-saving skills, check your insurance coverage and save for an emergency.

Residents should adapt their plans for all types of emergencies and disasters – residential fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, snowstorms, earthquakes, natural gas leaks and other events involving evacuations.

Tips and checklists are available online here.

PA Treasury Holding Military Decorations
The Pennsylvania Treasury announced the launch of a new state website dedicated to reuniting military decorations that have been reported as unclaimed property with their rightful owners.

The new search function allows users to search their names, or the name of a loved one, to see if Treasury is holding a military decoration as unclaimed property. In addition, users can look through a photo gallery featuring some of the decorations that are in the unclaimed property vault, as well as medals that have been returned to their rightful owners. Military decorations are often reported to Treasury as contents held in a safe deposit box that has gone unclaimed or abandoned.

Since 2017, Treasury has returned 58 service decorations, some of which have been in Treasury’s custody for decades, including Purple Hearts, to their rightful owners. Treasury continues to search for the owners of over 500 unclaimed military awards.

To search for unclaimed military decorations, click here

Farm Conservation Tax Credits Available
To help farmers implement best management practices (BMPs) to prevent water pollution or purchase conservation equipment, $10 million in tax credits is available through the 2018-19 Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) program.

REAP is designed for agricultural producers who install BMPs or make equipment purchases that reduce nutrient and sediment runoff, which improves Pennsylvania’s streams and watersheds. The program is administered by Pennsylvania’s State Conservation Commission.

Farmers may receive tax credits of up to $150,000 per agricultural operation for 50 percent to 75 percent of a project’s cost. The most common projects approved are for no-till planting and precision ag equipment, waste storage facilities, conservation plans, Nutrient Management Plans, and protecting animal heavy-use areas like barnyards. Cover crops and riparian stream buffers are also common REAP-eligible practices. REAP can be used in conjunction with other funding sources such as the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) or the Chesapeake Bay Program to help install BMPs.

For projects that include the proposed purchase of equipment, the equipment must be delivered by June 30, 2019. For projects involving the implementation of structural BMPs, all BMPs and BMP components must be completed by June 30, 2020, to be eligible.

REAP applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, click here.

New Website Offers Latest on Spotted Lanternfly
The spotted lanternfly (SLF), a pest native to China and Vietnam, was first discovered in Berks County in 2014 and presents a significant threat to Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry. Products specifically at risk include grapes, tree-fruit, hardwoods and nursery items.

The pest has since spread to 13 counties – Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Schuylkill – which are now considered to be part of a quarantine area.

While little is known about the insect's behavior and biology, researchers at the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) are working to gather scientific data on how to contain and manage this pest. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) and USDA are working to implement containment and control efforts.

Penn State Extension has compiled a comprehensive website with a lot of resources, including a checklist for homeowners in the quarantine area, tips for handling yard waste, ways to report and dispose of the insect, notices of public meetings, along with signs and symptoms, what’s at risk, where it’s found, and how the state is managing response to the insect. You can also sign up to receive the latest news, updates and alerts.

To access the website, visit my website at or click here.
Rep. Delozier in the Community
• Over the past two weeks, I have held my annual town hall meetings in Lower Allen and Upper Allen townships. These events allow for a discussion on issues of importance to those living in the 88th Legislative District. We had good crowds at both meetings, including students from Harrisburg Academy. If you were unable to attend and have a question or concern, please feel free to contact my district office at 717-761-4665.

• Last week, I held another car seat safety check at L.B. Smith Ford Lincoln in Lemoyne. Local law enforcement officials were on hand to ensure child safety seats were properly secured in vehicles. Parents and caregivers were instructed on the correct installation procedures.

• I was happy to celebrate Newton Baittinger’s 100th birthday on Sept. 14, at Messiah Village. Baittinger, a World War II veteran, was born in New Jersey. He has four children, 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Congratulations on reaching this milestone!
• Last week, I was honored to be a speaker at the 91st annual Cumberland County Firefighter Association Convention. We owe our first responders a debt of gratitude. This yearly celebration is a way to reflect and give thanks for the past year of service.

• The Harrisburg Regional Chamber and CREDC hosted a roundtable discussion with Congressman Scott Perry (R-4). He provided a federal update and a discussion followed on what to expect from Congress this fall.

• Earlier this week, a ribbon-cutting and open house celebration was held at the Veterans Administration’s new Cumberland County Veterans Affairs Community Clinic at the Rossmoyne Business Center in Upper Allen Township. It was an honor to speak during the ceremony. The new clinic has additional rooms, women’s services, physical therapy and telemedicine. It will serve the community well and provide better services for those who have served our country.

• Upper Allen Township Fire Company officially broke ground on the new administrative portion of its fire station. It is expected to be completed in about nine months. The reconstruction will allow the fire company to better serve our community.
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2929 Gettysburg Road, Suite 6, Camp Hill PA 17011 | Phone: (717) 761-4665
141 East Wing, PO Box 202088, Harrisburg PA 17120-2088 | Phone: 717-783-5282
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