This week, Governor Wolf continued his “Jobs that Pay” tour with a stop in Easton to praise the continued use of Majestic’s plant to manufacturer apparel for the MLB. Governor Wolf also visited District 1199C Breslin Learning Center where he discussed the importance of apprenticeships as a means to provide access to career pathways.
The governor also made several economic development announcements this week, including the expansion of Embassy Powdered Metals in Cameron County, the release of $2.4 million in business-education partnership program grants, and new business investments through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority.
On Wednesday, Governor Wolf traveled to Northeastern Pennsylvania to join PennDOT employees to launch the 2017 construction season and announce major investments in infrastructure for District 4, which includes Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming counties.
Governor Wolf’s Week, April 2 – April 8, 2017
- Governor Wolf Announces Embassy Powdered Metals Expansion in Cameron County
- Governor Tom Wolf District 1199C Breslin Learning Center, Discusses Apprenticeships as Career Pathways
- Wolf Administration Reminds License, ID Card Holders That Organ Donation Can Save Lives
- Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff in Lebanon County to Honor Firefighter James Yiengst
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2017
- Governor Wolf Praises Continued Use of Easton Plant for MLB Manufacturing
- Governor Wolf Announces $2.4 Million in Business-Education Partnership Program Grants
- Governor Wolf Announces New Business Investments, Supporting 78 Jobs for Small Businesses
- Governor Wolf, PennDOT Announces Infrastructure for 2017 Construction Season in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Highlights from The Blog
- Governor Wolf Announces Continued Use of Easton Plant for MLB Manufacturing (Round-Up)
- Governor Wolf Joins PennDOT to Announce 2017 Infrastructure Investments in Northeastern Pa. (Round-Up)
Highlights from Twitter
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) April 4, 2017
Today we recognize the autism community in Pennsylvania and around the world. You are valued and loved members of our commonwealth. 💙 pic.twitter.com/nWRDbN40d2
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) April 2, 2017
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