HARRISBURG – Following approval of the state budget, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona), who voted against the spending plan, issued this statement:
HARRISBURG – Working to avert a hazardous ecological and economic manmade disaster as seen with the train derailment in neighboring Ohio, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) has introduced legislation to increase safety on trains operating in Pennsylvania.
ALTOONA – Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) has been appointed to serve as the Republican chairman of three subcommittees, including the Subcommittee on Railroads under the House Transportation Committee.
ALTOONA – Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) is hosting an event to help constituents with free replacement of license plates that have become difficult to read.
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ALTOONA – To ensure residents have up-to-date information on managing stormwater, Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) and Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) will host a workshop about stormwater management for property owners. The program is being held in conjunction with the Blair County Conservation District (BCCD).
ALTOONA – Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) has been appointed to serve on three committees, including the House Appropriations Committee, in the Pennsylvania House of Representative for the 2023-24 session.
HARRISBURG – In response to Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget address to a joint session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, House Appropriations Committee member Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) issued the following statement:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) and Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) today announced the Altoona School District received two Safe Schools Targeted Grants totaling more than $120,000 to improve school safety.
ALTOONA – Garfield Park in Altoona will get a much-needed facelift after the city received a grant through the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (DCNR) Community Conservation Partnerships Program, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) and Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) announced.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona) took the oath of office in Harrisburg today to begin his third term representing residents of the 79th Legislative District in the state House of Representatives.
ALTOONA – To better serve residents, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) will move to a new office in downtown Altoona in the coming weeks.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania police officers now have a new level of protection if assaulted with bodily fluids after Gov. Tom Wolf signed House Bill 103 into law, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) said.
HARRISBURG – To protect police officers from being assaulted by spit and other bodily fluids, the House approved legislation by Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) and sent it to the governor for his signature.
HARRISBURG – The Strawberry Hills Soccer Complex in Logan Township received a $150,000 Greenways, Trails and Recreation Program grant today, said Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) and Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-79).
ALTOONA – Area residents are invited to properly dispose of important documents at the upcoming Shredding with Schmitt event hosted by Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona). The free event will be held at People’s Natural Gas Field (Curve Stadium), located at 1000 Park Ave., Altoona, on Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 4-7 p.m.
HARRISBURG – Two municipalities in Blair County will receive a combined $626,583 to improve traffic flow and safety, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair) and Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) announced today.
HARRISBURG – Following passage of the 2022-23 state budget, Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona), a member of the House Appropriations Committee that oversees the state budget, issued the following statement:
HARRISBURG – To address the problem of abandoned vehicles at auto auctions, the House today approved legislation by Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Altoona).
HARRISBURG – To bring Pennsylvania’s Right to-Know-Law up to date with advances since it was first enacted 14 years ago, the House today approved House Bill 2524 by Rep. Lou Schmitt (R-Blair).