HARRISBURG--Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) is inviting area seniors, their families and their caregivers to attend a Senior Living Expo on Friday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the brand new Montgomery Township Community and Recreation Center, 1030 Horsham Road in Montgomery Township.
State Representative Todd Stephens of Montgomery County and Kristen Tullo, PA state director of the Humane Society of the United States, talk about Pennsylvania’s new comprehensive animal abuse law.
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County, local elected officials and community members joined together on Sunday in a run to remember the life of Ellen Gregory Robb, a local victim of domestic violence.
Tethering or chaining a dog may keep the pet safe outdoors, but it can be harmful if the animal is tied up for too many hours, in adverse weather conditions or on a leash that's too short.
Ground broken on Korean War memorial and Peace Park; local, Korean dignitaries commemorate relationship between both countries
Plans for a memorial to Korean War veterans in Montgomery Township have taken another big step forward.
WHAT: Area officials and community leaders will break ground for construction of the Korean War Memorial, America-Korean Alliance Peace Park in North Wales.
WHAT: Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) will be joined by representatives from the Pennsylvania SPCA and the Humane Society of the United States to discuss the state’s new comprehensive anti-cruelty law, also known as Libre’s Law, including tethering language to protect the well-being of tethered/chained dogs.
In July, state Rep. Todd Stephens, R-151, of Horsham, announced he’d secured $10 million of the state budget to help remove perfluorinated compounds from the township’s drinking water.
HARRISBURG— Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) announced today that Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (Pennvest) has formally approved a grant, agreed to as a part of last year’s state budget to Horsham Township, for $10 million to defray the costs of the infrastructure necessary to remove perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) from the public water supply. The Horsham Water and Sewer Authority has been buying water from nearby suppliers until the infrastructure is in place to remove all detectable levels of the chemicals from the water.
WHAT: Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery) will take the oath of office as state representative in the 151st Legislative District.