Sunday, April 24, 2022

Sunday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 4.24.22

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House returns to session April 25, 26, 27

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session May 23, 24, 25

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


--  53 New Stories - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA  [PaEN]


-- Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students And Adults  [PaEN]


-- Top 10 Stories: Harrisburg/PA Politics Reported By Local News Media Last Week  [PaEN]


-- DEP Formally Publishes Notice Of Sunoco’s Mariner East Pipeline Marsh Creek State Park Lake Restoration Plan Approval  [PaEN]


-- Sustainable Business Network Recognizes Green Stormwater Infrastructure Projects In Philadelphia Region  [PaEN]


-- York Dispatch: 1,500 Trees Planted To Complete 20 Acre Riparian Forest Buffer In Northeastern School District


-- Daily Item: Milton Area 5th Graders Organize Litter Clean Up At White Deer Elementary


-- Reading Eagle: Berks Conservationists Showcase Nature’s Beauty, Importance Of Earth Day


-- Citizens Voice: Celebrating Earth Day [Photos]


-- Scranton Times: Flood Insurance Rates Set To Rise For Many NE PA Homeowners


-- Citizens Voice: A Tale Of 2 Flood Insurance Policy Changes; Flood Maps Appeal Still Pending


-- Scranton Times: Mayfield Officials Continue Efforts To Secure Funding For Levee Improvements


-- DEP Opportunity To Bid On Abandoned Mine Reclamation Project In Washington County

-- DEP Invites Comments On Total Maximum Daily Load Watershed Plans In Adams, Centre Counties  [PaEN]


-- Stroud Water Research Center: Calling Lancaster County Teachers - Join Outdoor Leadership Network Initiative  [PaEN]

-- Stroud Water Research Center Latest Upstream Newsletter


-- Susquehanna River Basin Commission Holds May 5 Hearing On Water Withdrawal Requests; June 16 Business Meeting  [PaEN]


-- May 25 Susquehanna River Basin Commission Workshop On Alternative Hydrogeological Evaluation Process For Consultants & Geologists  [PaEN]


-- DEP Posts 60 Pages Of Permit-Related Notices In April 23 PA Bulletin [PaEN]


-- Inquirer: Philly Has Backlog Of 34,000 Abandoned Car Complaints, City Has No Solution


-- WHYY: Chester Residents Rally Against Trash Incinerator: ‘We Are Still On The Battlefield’


-- Allegheny Conference Report: Decarbonization, Energy Transition Are Critical To The Future Competitiveness Of Pittsburgh Region  [PaEN]


-- Post-Gazette - Salena Zito: Talking Electric Vehicles At The Oldest Gas Station In America [Altoona]


-- Scranton Times Editorial: State Clears The Air With RGGI


-- Wilkes-Barre Times Editorial: Be Mindful Of Ticks As You Enjoy The Great Outdoors


-- WITF: 150,000 Migrating Snow Geese Drew Thousands Of Visitors To Middle Creek Wildlife Area


PA Politics


-- Erie Times: We Can’t Take Freedom For Granted - Self-Interview With Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jake Corman [One Question On Environment, Climate]


American Rescue Plan Funding


-- Erie Times: Erie County Executive, Council Dems Clash Over Tracking Federal American Rescue Plan Funds


-- $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

-- PennLive: PA Republican Cong. Scott Perry Further Linked To Attempts To Overturn 2020 Election Thru Testimony Of Former White House Official

-- AP: In Election Misinformation Fight, ‘2020 Changed Everything’  [PA Included]  

-- PennLive Guest Essay: It’s Not Too Late To Avoid The ‘Code Red’ That Threatens Our Democracy - Mark Singel

-- PA Capital-Star - Stephen Caruso: More Diverse Candidates On The Ballot For Harrisburg, But Latinos Are Largely Left out

-- Erie Times: We Can’t Take Freedom For Granted - Self-Interview With Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jake Corman

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: My Community College Students Are The Kinds Of Voters Democrats Need To Win

-- MCall - Ford Turner: Amid Shortage Of Health Care Workers, PA Nurses Could Have Long Wait For A License

-- Inquirer: So Far, COVID Variant BA.2 Proving To Be Mild In Hospitals, Despite Uptick In Cases

-- TribLive Editorial: Indoctrination, Controversy And Education

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[Posted: April 24, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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