Senator Langerholc E-Newsletter

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In this Update:

  • Upcoming Events in Senate District 35
  • Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association Legislative Meet and Greet
  • Groundbreaking for Ghost Town Trail Extension
  • We’re Still Collecting Items for Area Food Banks
  • Help Available to Move Students from Schools to Employment
  • Public Comments Accepted on 2022 State Water Plan
  • State Grants Available for Public Libraries
  • Thank You, Truck Drivers
  • Celebrating Our Constitution

Upcoming Events in Senate District 35

Is your license plate hard to read?  Are the letters on your license plate peeling, blistered, or discolored?  We can help you get it replaced for FREE!

Join me at one of my license plate replacement events to get your license plate checked and start the replacement process.  Feel free to give my office a call if you have any questions or are unable to make one of the events and need your license plate replaced at 814-266-2277.

Attention Seniors!!  Join me on Thursday, September 29th from 10 a.m.–12 p.m. for a Senior Expo at East Hills Recreation in Johnstown.  Come meet and talk with a wide variety of government agencies and organizations who will be on hand to answer questions and assist with many types of services. I look forward to seeing you there.

Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association Legislative Meet and Greet 

It was great to attend the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association Legislative Meet and Greet at Ward Transportation & Logistics Corporation in Blair County.

Groundbreaking for Ghost Town Trail Extension

My staff attended the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the 3 mile Ghost Town Trail C & I Extension in Cambria County. When the entire C & I Extension is completed, this trail spur will form the first continuous loop rail-trail in the eastern United States.  

We’re Still Collecting Items for Area Food Banks

Throughout Hunger Action Month, my district offices (see addresses below) are collecting non-perishable items to be given to food banks in our communities.

Neighbors helping neighbors is the best form of charity and it’s one of the many traditions that make our country great. Please consider making a donation to help a family in need.

999 Eisenhower Boulevard, Suite E
Johnstown, PA 15904

129 E. Penn Street
Bedford, PA 15522

218 S Second Street
Clearfield, PA 16830

Help Available to Move Students from Schools to Employment

State assistance is available to develop and improve partnerships between schools, employers, organizations or associations for pre-apprenticeship and training pathways for students.

Successful project applications should create career opportunities that lessen the gap between high school and employment or post-secondary education through the use of pre-apprenticeships.

Applicants must be registered with the department as a pre-apprenticeship program and be connected to a registered apprenticeship program that will be responsible for administering and operating a pre-apprenticeship program. Additional details and the grant application for the Schools-to-Work grants can be found here. Applications are due by Oct. 12.

Public Comments Accepted on 2022 State Water Plan

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently released the draft 2022 Pennsylvania State Water Plan identifying regional and statewide water resources priorities and recommending statewide and legislative actions. Pennsylvanians are invited to review the draft plan and provide comments on it.

As required by the state Water Resources Planning Act of 2002, DEP collaborates with regional committees and a statewide committee to prepare the plan. It covers water availability, infrastructure, water resource protection and other topics.

Comments can be made online or emailed to, or can be mailed to the DEP Policy Office, Rachel Carson State Office Building, P.O. Box 2063 Harrisburg, PA 17105. All comments must include the commenter’s name and address. The deadline for comments is Sept. 19.

State Grants Available for Public Libraries

Applications are being accepted until Oct. 14 for the 2023 Keystone Grants for Public Library Facilities program.

It provides funds to sponsoring municipalities for up to 50% of eligible project costs to plan, acquire, construct, or rehabilitate public libraries as outlined in the guidelines. Examples of fundable projects include ADA upgrades, a new roof, replacement windows, energy-efficient upgrades to HVAC systems, new elevators, facility expansion and new construction.

To be eligible, the sponsoring municipality and the board of the state-aided library must jointly prepare and submit their application. A competitive review process is used to evaluate and score applications.

Thank You, Truck Drivers

This is National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. These one million professional men and women keep the American economy moving by delivering our goods safely, securely and on time. Thank you for your commitment and hard work.

Celebrating Our Constitution

On Sept. 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, the Founding Fathers signed the most influential document in American history, the U.S. Constitution.

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

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