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Bucks County Law Makers Laud Major Investment in Homelessness Prevention

Bucks County House Democrats last week lauded $512,761 in public funding headed to A Woman’s Place, Family Service Association, Valley Youth House and YWCA Bucks County. The Wolf administration announced  that nearly $1.5 million in Emergency Solutions Grant CARES Act…

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Bucks Lawmakers Announce Grants of 870K to Address Housing Needs

Press Release:  State Reps. Tina Davis, John Galloway and Perry Warren announced $870,000 in funding has been approved for various programs and organizations to address housing needs in Bucks County. “Affordable housing and the growing number of people struggling with…

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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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Warren Liquor Reform Bill sent to Governor

Press Release State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, announced his liquor reform bill, H.B. 327, passed the Senate today with overwhelming bipartisan support and is now on its way to the governor’s desk. The bill would amend the Liquor Code to clarify…

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Rep Warren Introduces Anti-Hoarding Bill in Light of “Panic Buying”

We have all seen the social media posts and heard the horror stories about individuals going in to major supermarkets or local retailers obuying everything they could find, such as toilet paper. A Bucks County lawmaker has introduced a measure…

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State Rep Warren Encourages Constituents to Report Potholes

State Rep Perry Warren (D-31) wants to hear about potholes from his constitutions.  Warren posted a message to his social media feeds Thursday morning alerting residents its "pot hole season" wanting to assist with reporting the motorist nemesis to transportation…

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