May 29, 2019
DOYLESTOWN – On Saturday, June 8th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and State Representative Wendy Ullman (D-143) will host a Shredding Event and Community Drive at Groveland Elementary School in Doylestown. Participants are limited to three file boxes of paper for shredding and must be in line by 12:30 pm to qualify for shredding. Community groups will also be collecting non-paper items for disposal or reuse.
Examples of items to bring for shredding include:
- Bank and credit card statements
- Tax documents
- Insurance claim forms
- Anything that lists a Social Security Number
Examples of non-paper items to bring for proper disposal or reuse include:
- Eyeglasses/sunglasses, hearing aids
- Unused or expired over-the-counter or prescription medications (no needles or Epi-pens)
- Clothing, shoes, games, toys and books (all in good shape and usable condition)
- Cellphones, chargers, small appliances and small household items
- Can tabs
For additional details on the event, visit senatorstevesantarsiero.com/event/shredding-event-june-2019.
WHEN: Saturday, June 8th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
WHERE: Groveland Elementary School, 1100 North Easton Road, Doylestown, PA
May 9, 2019
BUCKS COUNTY – On Friday, May 10th from 10:00 to 10:40 am, Senator Steve Santarsiero, Representative Wendy Ullman, Mayor Ron Strouse, Doylestown Borough Council President John O’Brien, Central Bucks Regional Police Chief Karl Knott, Chief Operating Officer of Heritage Conservancy Linda Cacossa, and acting Bucks County Maintenance Manager for PennDOT Kevin Herdin will hold a press conference to announce state funding for a new municipal complex in Doylestown Borough.
WHEN: Friday, May 10th from 10:00 to 10:40 am
WHERE: 229 N. Broad Street (on the corner of Doyle Street), Doylestown, PA 18901
WHO:Senator Steve Santarsiero
Representative Wendy Ullman
Mayor Ron Strouse
Doylestown Borough Council President John O’Brien
Central Bucks Regional Police Chief Karl Knott
Linda Cacossa, COO of Heritage Conservancy
Kevin Herdin, acting PennDOT Maintenance Manager for Bucks County
April 8, 2019
Harrisburg – April 8, 2019 – Members of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus will introduce legislation to abolish the statute of limitations for a list of sexual offenses, regardless of whether the victim was a child or adult when the crime occurred.
They will be joined by supporters of the bill and survivors of sexual assault.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 10 at 9:30 am
WHERE: Main Capitol Rotunda
WHO: Senator Tim Kearney
Senator Maria Collett
Senator Katie Muth
Senator Steve Santarsiero
Senator Lindsey Williams
Attorney General Josh Shapiro
Victims’ Advocate Jennifer Storm