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Upcoming – US Rt. 322 Section 102 Public Meeting
There will be a U.S. Route 322 – Section 102 public meeting at the Upper Chichester Township Field House (8500 Furey Road, Upper Chichester, PA) on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 6 p.m.
Residents and business owners in attendance will receive an update on the next step in the project and have the opportunity to look at the proposed plans. Representatives from PennDOT and Alfred Benesch and Co. will be in attendance to address all concerns and questions.
Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Homes with wood-burning fireplaces and stoves, gas-fired fireplaces, appliances, grills, generators, and motor vehicles are susceptible to the release of deadly carbon monoxide as a result of the incomplete burning of combustible materials, according to the Pennsylvania Office of State Fire Commissioner (PAOSFC).
Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, often mistaken for the flu, include nausea, headaches, dizziness, disorientation, fatigue, and death, if undetected. On average, carbon monoxide poisoning claimed the lives of 73 Pennsylvanians annually between 2009 and 2013.
The PAOSFC recommends installing carbon monoxide detectors and changing the batteries in the fall and spring when resetting your clocks and replacing smoke alarm batteries.
Love Your Dog, License Your Dog
Did you know your dog must be licensed by January 1 of each year if you are a Pennsylvania resident?
Dog owners may purchase an annual license for $8.50 or a lifetime license for $51.50. The annual fee for spayed or neutered dogs is reduced to $6.50 annually or $31.50 for a lifetime. Older adults and those with disabilities may apply for a discounted dog licensing fee.
Purchase your dog license from your local county treasurer.
Chester County: Ms. Ann Duke, Treasurer
Delaware County: Mr. John A. Dowd, Treasurer
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement reminds dog owners, a current license is the fastest way to have a lost dog returned home rather than having it become a statistic among the more than 5,000 dogs in shelters across Pennsylvania.
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How to Contact Me
I have staffed offices in the district and Harrisburg to provide you with top-notch constituent service and provide answers to legislative inquiries.
The district offices are located at:
4110 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015. The phone number is (610) 447-3163.
780 E. Market St, Ste140, West Chester, PA 19382. The phone number is (610) 436-3320.
Both offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
My Harrisburg office can be reached by phone at (717) 787-4712 or by mail at Senate Box 203009, Harrisburg, PA 17120.
If you are having any problems with state agencies or need help with a problem relating to government, my staff and I will be happy to assist you.
Senate Box 203009
4110 Edgmont Ave
780 E. Market St