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Gov Wolf Coming to Bristol to Assess Flood Damage & Make Announcement

Governor Tom Wolf is coming to the Bristol Borough Friday to make an announcement at the Wharf, three sources confirmed to Lower Bucks Source Thursday morning. With the Bristol area being hit so hard by Monday's storm, a state official…

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Senate Votes to End Gov’s Emergency Declaration

On Thursday the Pennsylvania Senate voted to end Governor Wolf's emergency disaster emergency declaration by a 30-20 margin joining the House. The declaration has been in place for the past 15 months, also surviving  challenges in the United States Supreme…

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Gov Awards Morrisville, Yardley Infrastructure Grants

Governor Wolf announced last week three infrastructure projects have been approved for Lower Bucks municipalities. The effort focuses on  bridge, rail, and bike and pedestrian projects totaling approximately $3.5 dollars coming from the multimodal transportation fund. The projects approved are…

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Legislature Cannot End Disaster Declaration Unilaterally Disaster Declaration is Separate from Secretary of Health Business Guideline Orders

Wednesday , the Wolf Administration outlined the potential impact of ending the March 6 disaster declaration while clarifying that the legislature cannot end it unilaterally. The disaster declaration aids in speeding up the state’s response to the pandemic and provides…

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Governor Wolf Issues Elaboration on Green Phase Order, Additional Guidance for Restaurants & Sports Teams

As more counties move to yellow and green, Governor Tom Wolf today issued an order to elaborate on the reopening process for green phase counties and guidance on outdoor dining in yellow counties, dining in green counties, and professional sports…

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Wolf Loosens Realtors Restrictions; Bucks Lawmakers Apply Pressure for Curbside Pickup

Pressured by Bucks  by residents, businesses and elected officials Governor Tom Wolf announced the reopening of the states real estate industry on Tuesday as Bucks County lawmakers apply pressure for retailers to offer curbside pickup service. Wolf vetoed legislation, HB…

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Governor Provides Guidance for Counties Moving to Yellow on Friday

Governor Tom Wolf provided guidance for businesses in 24 counties designated to reopen this Friday as they move to yellow phase.  The counties designated to reopen are moving from the red phase to yellow  this week and will have to…

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Wolf Announces Release Program for Non-Violent and At Risk State Inmates

On Friday Governor Tom Wolf announced the creation of  a Temporary Program to Reprieve Sentences of Incarceration to help aid the corrections department in the transfer of qualifying individuals to community corrections facilities or home confinement amid the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Wolf Administration Grants Extension to License to Carry Firearm Permits

The Pennsylvania State Police announced On Friday that Governor Tom Wolf has granted an extension to license to carry firearms permits. Permits that expired on March 19, 2020 or later have been extended to May 30, 2020, a spokesperson for…

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Bucks Deaths due to COVID-19 Double, County Virtual Briefing Cancelled Due to Tech Issues

Three more Bucks County residents who had COVID-19 died, doubling the county’s number of deaths from the virus to six, as of Wednesday morning.  Two of deaths were men, one in his 90s, the other in his 80s; the third…

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