In light of disturbing results of the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) audit, Governor Wolf said it is time to abolish state control of the PPA and return PPA’s functions to the City of Philadelphia.
Governor Wolf urged the General Assembly to send him House Bill 939, which would hold state, county or municipal government officials and public employees accountable for crimes related to their official duties.
Governor Wolf announced that 106 projects to clean up local waters statewide, benefiting hundreds of communities, have been selected to receive funding through the Department of Environmental Protection’s Growing Greener program.
Governor Wolf visited the Stephen Foster Community Center in Lawrenceville to announce Community HealthChoices, a program to improve services for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians that will launch in 14 southwest Pennsylvania counties in January 2018.
Governor Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags at the Capitol Complex and throughout the state to be lowered to half-staff on Thursday, December 7, 2017, in honor of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.