Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District is centrally located between some of the most travelled highways in our country and is poised to take economic advantage of our position by major infrastructure projects happening in our district. With projects like expansion of the I-99 corridor and the Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway Project, central and northeastern Pennsylvania will be in a position to be a hub for the transportation of persons and goods up and down the east coast and across the country. In Congress, I will continue to advocate for the transportation and infrastructure needs of Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District.
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Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) congratulated the Lemon Township & Tunkhannock Township Joint Municipal Sewer Authority on receiving a $10,008,698 grant and a $3,317,652 loan from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) to help eliminate the use of contaminated drinking wells, work to improve an impaired local lake, and construct a new wastewater treatment plant.
Washington, D.C. — The Appalachian Regional Commission on Tuesday announced the recipients for the 12th Congressional District of Pennsylvania’s POWER Awards, totaling $2,500,000 that will support broadband implementation in Northern Pennsylvania.
A U.S. Congressman made a pit stop at a local college Wednesday morning.
Fred Keller, who represents Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional district, toured Lycoming College, learning more about higher education opportunities.
U.S. Congressman Fred Keller spent his Wednesday morning discovering all that Lycoming College has to offer. Congressman Keller, who was recently appointed to the Education and Labor Committee, says this was the perfect opportunity to bring back ideas to Washington.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, came away seemingly impressed by the East Third Street Old City Gateway Project linking Lycoming College to the Williamsport’s downtown.
The first-term congressman took a tour of the new Kraph Gateway Center building, the keystone of the project located at the southeast end of the campus, Wednesday morning.
“It’s great for Williamsport,” he said. “It’s really a great community.”
Keller, elected to Congress earlier this year, noted that he has been coming to Williamsport since he worked in the lumber industry.
Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12) believes there’s a lack of transparency in the current impeachment inquiry being carried out surrounding President Donald Trump’s contact with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and allegations Trump had aid to the nation withheld while asking the Ukrainians to investigate Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the country.
Keller was the guest speaker during Monday’s Susquehanna Valley Conservatives meeting. He commented briefly on the impeachment inquiry during his remarks.
LEWISBURG — A large audience of more than 120 area residents filled the Col. John Kelly room on Monday night at the Country Cupboard to hear U.S. Congressman Fred Keller speak on a wide variety of subjects, such as Syria, healthcare, climate change and gun control.
Keller, who represents Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District, was the guest speaker at the Susquehanna Valley Conservatives monthly meeting.
In case you missed it, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) made front page news in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette Thursday following a sit-down interview with the newspaper’s editorial board that focused on his work travelling to all 15 counties in the district multiple times and what he plans on taking back to Washington from the district work period.
Here are some highlights from the article:
With Congress in the midst of its annual late-summer recess, U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, said he’s using the time to further learn the concerns and needs of the 12th House District.
“It is a work month,” Keller said during a stop Tuesday at the Sun-Gazette.
Keller, elected in May to the House seat vacated by Tom Marino, is visiting communities, businesses and organizations in the region.
It’s all part of the process, he said, of helping to craft legislation back in Washington.
“We’ve made it our mission to be made available,” he said.
In case you missed it, Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) made front page news all over Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District this week by prioritizing rural healthcare and local infrastructure projects.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT – Emergency funding is being requested for repairs to the Frank E. Heller Dam – recently classified as a high hazard with a potential risk for residents of Armstrong Township and South Williamsport and additional economic impacts for the Greater Williamsport Area.
The dam, which was built in 1975, could face structural breach within the next five to 10 years, according to the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority. However, it added that should Lycoming County face a severe weather event, a collapse could come much sooner.