Over $7.5M in Local Share and Multimodal Grant Funding Announced for District 38

Pittsburgh, PA- March 16, 2023 — Senator Lindsey M. Williams announced today that municipalities and libraries throughout Senate District 38 will receive $5,807,825 in Local Share Account (LSA) grant funding. This funding comes gaming revenues and is intended support projects of public interest within the Commonwealth.

“The projects receiving LSA funding today are incredibly important for our communities,” said Senator Williams. “Municipal leaders are eager to ensure that their residents are receiving the best services available—whether that’s ensuring a safe and welcoming borough building, replacing and maintaining water and sewer lines, or making outdoor recreation accessible to everyone. I’m incredibly proud to have worked with local governments to help secure the funding for these critical projects and I can’t wait to them come to fruition.”

Over $21M in Grants Announced for Community Violence Intervention in Allegheny County

Allegheny County – January 11, 2023 – Today, State Democratic Senators from Allegheny County, including Senators Jay Costa, Jim Brewster, Wayne Fontana, and Lindsey Williams, announced over $21 million in Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) grants for community violence intervention and prevention for the region.

“All of us deserve to feel safe in the homes and neighborhoods we call home. I’m so proud that the PCCD is investing in community-based solutions that deliver safety and remove dangerous weapons from the hands of those who wish harm on those we love,” said Senator Costa. “I look forward to continuing work with leaders in Pittsburgh to keep one another safe and sound.”

Sen. Muth, Sen. Williams Highlight Need for Senate Rules Reforms at Virtual Roundtable

HARRISBURG, December 9, 2022 – State Senator Katie Muth (D- Berks/Chester/Montgomery), Chair of the Senate Democratic Policy Committee, and state Senator Lindsey Williams (D-Allegheny) hosted a virtual roundtable discussion Wednesday night on the operating rules of the Pennsylvania State Senate and their package of reforms that would enhance transparency and ensure fairness in the legislative process.

Senator Lindsey M. Williams Announces $3 Million in Grant Funding for Local Construction and Capital Improvement Projects

Pittsburgh, Pa. − November 21, 2022 − Senator Lindsey M. Williams announced that three local projects have been awarded grant funding through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP).

“These projects represent critical investments in our communities,” said Senator Williams. “We are reducing blight, bringing health care closer to home, and ensuring that our students have every chance to succeed academically. I’m proud to have advocated state support for the work that our communities do every single day.”

Senators Lindsey Williams and Jay Costa Announce $2 Million for ACTION Housing, Allegheny County Rehabilitation Program

Program will help approximately 100 low-income families in Allegheny County make critical home repairs or accessibility accommodations

November 2, 2022 LAWRENCEVILLE, PA − Today, at the Goodwill of Southwestern PA, Senator Lindsey Williams, Senator Jay Costa, and Representative Sara Innamorato announced the allocation of $2 million to ACTION Housing to be delivered to low-income homeowners in Allegheny County. The grant was awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). 

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