Governor Wolf announced that 41 senior centers throughout the commonwealth will be the recipients of the Department of Aging’s 2017-18 Senior Community Center Grants – totaling $2 million in funding from the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Governor Wolf joined Representative Jake Wheatley, Senator Jay Costa, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, and other state and local leaders for the official groundbreaking ceremony of “The Highline,” a historic riverfront terminal building in Pittsburgh’s South Side that will be renovated into modern retail and office space.
Governor Wolf continued his commitment to providing youth and young adults with the work experience opportunities they need to succeed in college or start their career by announcing more than $2.8 million in funding for local summer internship programs across the commonwealth.
Governor Wolf praised a bipartisan, unanimous vote in the Pennsylvania Senate in favor of Senator Jake Corman’s Pennsylvania Timothy J. Piazza Law to combat hazing.
Governor Wolf announced the investment of $60 million for 12 drinking water, wastewater, and non-point source projects across 12 counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).