Barrar to Host Municipal Grant Workshop

HARRISBURG – April 28, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Rep. Steve Barrar (R-Chester/Delaware) will host a municipal grant workshop on Thursday, May 7, from 6-9 p.m. at the Chadds Ford Township Building, 10 Ring Road, in Chadds Ford.

At the workshop, attendees will gather information on available grants, timelines associated with them and gain insight on the application process from various organizations, State Departments, and commissions invited to speak at the workshop:

Pennsylvania Department of General Services
Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST)
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Governor’s Budget Office, Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program
Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Library Development
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

“Townships, boroughs, conservancies and libraries throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have not been immune to the budget cuts that many others have had to face. By offering this event, it will allow those interested to gain more knowledge on available grants offered and a chance to overcome budget cuts,” Barrar said.

Following the speakers’ presentations, attendees are welcome to ask questions.

Due to limited seating, please RSVP to Barrar’s district office at (610) 358-5925 by no later than Tuesday, May 5.

Residents can learn more about Barrar at SteveBarrar.com, and can follow him on Facebook at Facebook.com/RepBarrar. There, they will find information on the latest legislative developments in Harrisburg, state programs and the latest happenings in the 160th District.

Representative Stephen E. Barrar
160th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Alison Evans
717.260.6206
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