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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.
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.
A federal lawmaker toured an important reservoir and dam Wednesday.
Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, walked along the path of the Frank E. Heller Dam, at the headwaters of Hagerman’s Run in Armstrong Township. The run flows into the West Branch of the Susquehanna at South Williamsport.
WELLSBORO — Tuesday shoppers at Weis Markets in Wellsboro were greeted by an atypical sight shortly before noon.
Between the flowers and baked goods, a group lingered and talked without a grocery cart in sight. Those passing by asked those gathered, “What’s going on?”
WELLSBORO, Pa (WENY) -- Congressman Fred Keller made his way to Wellsboro with his first stop being at UPMC Soldier + Sailors Memorial Hospital. There, he was able to tour the hospital and have a round table discussion with experts.
Nearly $100,000 has been awarded to the Progress Authority to help with the installation of a middle mile dark fiber network being developed to help bring more broadband connectivity to Bradford County.
PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Sens. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., and Bob Casey, D-Pa., led several members of the Pennsylvania congressional delegation in asking the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to curb the flow of dangerous drugs into federal prisons through the mail.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-PA, toured Lackawanna College’s School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in New Milford on Monday and was astounded about the great opportunity that awaits area students.
SELINSGROVE — Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12) said he’s been learning this summer what potential action was finding favor with constituents.
“When we are in session, that is sort of the ‘test days,’” Keller said. “Here were are doing the ‘homework’ to make sure we have the right input and thoughtfulness to get the job done for the people.”
In an effort to better understand where state infrastructure can be improved and how local communities are working to make improvements, U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, spent Tuesday afternoon touring Centre County transportation facilities.