Lebanon Valley Chamber president Karen Groh: “If you want things to be better, to look better, to function better, let’s support those who see opportunity in Lebanon County. We should be grateful they believe in us.
“If every elected official can now set their own test for who is accepted vs. rejected in this country and borough, where are we as a Nation, a State?”
“Even if you say developers have no problem waiting decades to try to change agricultural land into commercial land, I am willing to fight for the rest of my life to preserve agricultural land, and I know many other young farmers are willing to do the same.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “Since I was first elected in 2016, I have never seen so many e-mails and received so many calls from parents about our schools.”
“The good news is that there is ample land in Pennsylvania that is well-suited for solar development—it’s just not in North Annville Township.”
“I’d like to voice my support for the proposed solar farm off of Blacks Bridge Road.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “With the number of cases of COVID-19 dropping rapidly in our area, in the Commonwealth and around the Nation, the reality of the post COVID-19 world is first and foremost in our minds in the legislature.”
Congressman Dan Meuser: “This moment calls for the pro-growth agenda that cultivated the best economy in a generation before the pandemic, not the pro-government agenda that grows our debt and diminishes American competitiveness.”
Congressman Dan Meuser shares his perspective on President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office.
Reducing risk for child abuse involves making changes in society, in your community, in relationships, and in providing support to individual people.
League of Women Voters President Shirley McCormick says organization tried very hard to have participation from all four candidates in last week’s SD-48 forum.
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “In all candor, the property tax and school funding problem will NOT go away and, if we do not solve it soon, it will crater sectors of our Commonwealth.”
The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning the signs of child abuse and neglect.
Retired newspaper reporter Monica von Dobeneck discusses the April 20 League of Women Voters forum for the open PA 48th Senatorial District seat.
“This isn’t just an unemployment issue; this is the vitality of our local economy. Let’s get Lebanon County back to work.”