Governor Tom Wolf today said a public inquiry hotline is now available to citizens who need assistance cleaning up after devastating flooding in central and eastern Pennsylvania.
During the last month, Governor Tom Wolf continued to propel the commonwealth’s economic growth by announcing major investments in Pennsylvania’s workforce and significant infrastructure projects, including increasing access to broadband and repairing more than 1,000 miles of road. Revitalizing Communities From a park sprung out of an underutilized rail yard in Johnstown, to sports complex…
Governor Tom Wolf announced state support to prepare the former USX Duquesne Works brownfield site in Allegheny County for construction of a new manufacturing facility.
Governor Wolf helped move forward efforts to eliminate blighted buildings and construct 40 affordable housing units for seniors on a two-block portion of downtown Nanticoke, Luzerne County by awarding a $1 million grant to these projects.
Governor Tom Wolf signed a proclamation of disaster emergency for the commonwealth in response to a series of severe rain storms over the past week that caused flash flooding and ensuing damage to homes and businesses throughout much of north and central portions of the state.