Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Tuesday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 2.22.22

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House returns to session [Budget Hearings]  March 21, 22, 23

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session [Budget Hearings] March 28, 29, 30

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


TODAY 9:00: Agenda Posted. DEP Climate Change Advisory Committee meeting.  Room 105 Rachel Carson Building. See webpage for remote options to join the meeting.  Contact: Lindsay Byron 717-772-8951 or lbyron@pa.gov.   Read more here.


TODAY 10:00 : Senate Appropriations Committee state budget hearings begin. Hearing Room 1, North Office Building.  Click Here to watch live.

TODAY 10:00: Virtual. Environmental Health Project: Shale Gas & Public Health: Translating Science Into Policy Public Health Summit.  10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

-- Lancaster One Water Partnership Chesapeake Conversations: Telling Youth Climate Stories March 13, Virtual & In-Person  [PaEN]

-- TribLive Editorial: Contractors And Government Both Need Good Communication [Excavators Stuck In Mud/Water In Allegheny County]

-- WESA: Flooding Possible In Pittsburgh Region This Week

-- PG Editorial: Don’t Throw Out Old Tech, Donate It Instead

-- WESA: Winter Sports Hit Their Peak In PA After The Olympics 

-- Inquirer - Frank Kummer: Wissahickon Valley Park Could Need $2 Million To Add Enough Toilets To Handle Its Crowds

-- LancasterOnline: These Are PA’s Banned Plants, What To Plant Instead

-- Foundation For Sustainable Forests: Free Our Woods & Waters Virtual Film Series Feb. 25

-- Penn State: COVID Omicron Detected For First Time In White-Tailed Deer In New York

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Game Commission Annual Report Tallies Thousands Of Acres Of Habitat, Access Work 

-- PG - John Hayes: Southwest PA Hunters Add $312 Million To PA’s Economy

-- Republican Herald: Baby Squirrels Arrive At Red Creek Wildlife Center In Schuylkill County; Baby Animal Season Has Begun 


American Rescue Plan Funding


-- $11 Billion In Federal American Rescue Plan Funding To PA State Government, Local Governments Has Yet To Be Invested.  What’s Your Community Doing?

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- ScrantonT Editorial: Litigation Over Congressional Map Shows Need For Citizens Redistricting Commission

-- MCall: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Sen. Mastriano Said He’s Barely Spent Any Money On Campaign, How Can That Be? [He Actively Worked To Overturn the Nov. 2020 Election Results]

-- PA Cap-Star: Some Republicans Vying For U.S. Senate Seat Face Off In Debate

-- NPR: PA Democrats Angling To Distinguish Themselves In Key U.S. Senate Race

-- MCall Guest Essay: Our Fates Are Bound Together, Let’s Govern Like It - Rep. Schlossberg (D)

-- PG: Marchers In Pittsburgh Demand Justice For Man Shot Dead In Venango County

-- PennLive: Statewide Review Of PA District Judges Asks To Cut 12 Offices, Could Save Taxpayers $5 Million

-- PennLive: Bucknell Students Stage Walkout, Demand Accountability For Student Safety

-- PA Cap-Star Guest Essay: Happy 185th Birthday To Cheyney State University, America’s First Historically Black College

-- WITF: As Pandemic Drags On, Substitute Teacher Shortage Gets Worse

-- WESA: Bankruptcies Plummet In PA As Households Benefit From COVID Aid, Pandemic Savings

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[Posted: February 22, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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