SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release, Restore Pennsylvania Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf continued to work to secure critical infrastructure funding for Pennsylvania’s communities. He was joined by state and local leaders on a tour of blighted properties in Millersburg to highlight how Restore Pennsylvania will aid in the area and revitalize communities. The massive rebuilding plan funded through a commonsense severance tax will help commonwealth communities address blight, expand broadband access, mitigate the effects of localized flooding, and expand green infrastructure.“I have yet to visit a community that would not benefit greatly from the Restore Pennsylvania proposal,” said Governor Wolf. “That is why this proposal makes sense and municipal leaders across the commonwealth are publicly endorsing this critical infrastructure improvement plan.”Restore Pennsylvania will invest $4.5 billion over the next four years in significant high-impact projects throughout the commonwealth to help catapult Pennsylvania ahead of every state in the country in terms of technology, development, and infrastructure.Last week, Millersburg Borough passed a resolution publicly endorsing Restore Pennsylvania.“Millersburg Borough Council applauds Governor Wolf’s efforts to assist local municipalities across Pennsylvania with grant funding targeted at reinvigorating our communities,” said Christopher Dietz, President, Millersburg Borough Council. “The steadfast will and grit of our local leaders can move mountains, but without adequate funding, even the best laid plans remain dormant on the drawing board. Restore Pennsylvania will provide much needed funding that will help our community projects leap off the page and into reality!”Later today, the governor will join city and county officials on a tour of blighted properties in Shamokin and discuss how Restore Pennsylvania will assist Northumberland County in its attack on blighted and vacant buildings.“Blighted properties throughout our communities are threatening the health and safety of our residents and decreases the property values of our neighborhoods,” said Edward Christiano, Executive Director, Housing Authority of Northumberland County. Blight remediation has become a critical topic throughout Pennsylvania. With the aid of our local elected legislators and the governor’s administration we have found some financial resources to stop the bleed, but more funding is needed to truly improve our infrastructure.”View the full Restore Pennsylvania plan. April 03, 2019 Gov. Wolf Continues Effort to Secure Critical Infrastructure Funding
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MILWAUKEE — The students showed up really early, but Marquette’s guards didn’t wake up until it was too late. In front of a record crowd of 19,020 at the Bradley Center– the largest to ever watch a college basketball game in Wisconsin — the No. 11-ranked Badgers held off the No. 17 Golden Eagles 70-66 in the latest installment of the bitterest Dairy State rivalry.”If it wasn’t such a big deal, it wouldn’t hurt so much,” Marquette head coach Tom Crean said after his team’s loss.Senior forward Alando Tucker was dominant for Wisconsin (9-1, 0-0 Big Ten), pouring in a season-high 28 points on efficient 13-of-22 shooting — dipping, dunking and driving around a Marquette (9-2, 0-0 Big East) team that at times looked helpless to stop the Wooden Award candidate. “We just kept feeding the ball to Tucker because he had the hot hand,” senior guard Kammron Taylor said. “Tucker was hot, and he carried us.” “We didn’t do a very good job at all guarding his dribble,” Crean said. “It’s hard to guard him. He made big plays.”The 113th meeting between the two schools, located just over an hour apart from each other, may have been the most anticipated ever. Marquette students showed up at the Bradley Center at 6 p.m. Friday night to wait in line for seats that were handed out on a first-come, first-serve basis, braving single-digit temperatures overnight. At about 8 a.m. those souls who were still in line were let into the arena by Crean, allowing the students to watch the teams shoot around — as well as watch “Dumb and Dumber” on the arena’s video board. The students responded appreciatively, creating an extremely hostile atmosphere as the students and band combined to create a cacophony of noise that UW hadn’t had to deal with all season. “Their crowd was ready in warmups,” Tucker said. “There was no doubt about that. They were going to bring their energy and intensity and we just had to keep our composure.” “Both schools had a great crowd; it was a fantastic atmosphere,” Crean said. Wisconsin appeared to have some early jitters in their first true road game of the season, turning the ball over on three of their first eight possessions and falling down 7-2 by the first media timeout. “Early we got a little anxious, I think,” Tucker said. However, the Badgers responded with a 9-0 run to take the lead with 13:55 left in the first half — a lead they would never relinquish. In fact, in the second half, Marquette never drew closer than four points. Much of that was due to Wisconsin’s superior defense on the much-ballyhooed Golden Eagle guards. In the first half, Marquette’s Dominic James and Jerel McNeal combined to shoot 2-13 from the field, and while Wesley Matthews had seven points, he would only tally two more points the rest of the game. “It was a matter of frustration,” said McNeal. “It was a matter of us moving the ball and getting the shots that we wanted, especially in the first half. It’s hard playing from behind, especially in the second half against a good team.””We stressed it all week, [that] it was going to be a team effort [stopping the guards],” Taylor said. “It was just a team effort. A lot of credit probably goes to Mike Flowers, who’s probably our best defender.”Marquette’s perimeter players picked it up in the second half, however, and in a big way. James hit eight of his 11 shots for 17 points, finishing with 19 points overall. And when the Golden Eagles made their last gasp run with time running down, it was keyed by McNeal, who scored 14 points in the final 7:04.”You’re not going to stop a team like Marquette … James gets hotter a little sooner, we might be already on the way back (to Madison), on the right-hand side,” UW head coach Bo Ryan said.With 1:45 left in the game, McNeal stripped Taylor at midcourt and took it all the way for an easy dunk, making the score 62-58 and forcing Ryan to call a timeout. After the teams returned to the court, Tucker once again put the team on his shoulders.Tucker took the ensuing inbounds pass and went coast-to-coast to put Wisconsin back up six. Tucker then added another layup on the next possession to put UW up seven, all but sealing the game. “I was going to make them foul me, or I was going to score,” Tucker said. “I’ve seen a lot of good things that he’s done over the years,” Ryan said. “He answered the bell.”It was Tucker’s fifth and final game against Marquette (barring a post-season tournament matchup) and he saved his best for last. “We played a ranked opponent that is a great team,” Tucker said. “It shows a sign to me that the team is maturing, that Wisconsin is maturing as a program.”
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While it aims to send across a message that the central leadership is not completely ignoring their suggestions and the candidates’ list submitted for their respective Lok Sabha seats it also ensures that the MPs play a pro-active role along with the candidates in the fray as a team Highly placed sources said MPs had been knocking the doors of the Delhi leaders to lobby for their individual candidates or voicing their disappointment against the names emerging in their constituencies across the state The party reckons that central leaders are consulting cross-sections within the party including MPs to bring greater objectivity in the shortlisting of candidates for Assembly polls A central leader told The Indian Express: “Unlike regional parties we are a big organisation where multi-layered discussions and decision-making take place If we strictly follow the system the list of candidates would be formalised by the state core committee which would require the approval of the central election and the parliamentary board However over the months we have been receiving individuals MPs who have been sending us names for Assembly seats To placate the individuals’ concerns we decided to formalise the procedure by holding one-to-one discussion with the MPs He added: “Mathurji is not only seeking their judgement on where and how the BJP or the Sena and other allies are placed but also seeking names of candidates” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 24 2015 3:22 am Patankar has allegedly told her interrogators that she fled to a village near Kudal in Konkan Related News Investigations against Shashikala alias Baby Patankar a ‘drug peddler’ who was arrested by the Mumbai Police on Wednesday have revealed that two of her three cars had been hired on contract by the Mumbai Income Tax department obliviously Patankar (54) was arrested in Panvel on Wednesday in connection with the cache of drugs found at the residence of disgraced Mumbai police constable Dharmaraj Kalokhe in March this year A second cache of drugs was also found in Kalokhe’s cupboard at the Marine Drive police station and both the caches were allegedly provided by Patankar “Patankar owns three cars and while she used one of them for herself she would give out the other two on contract basis to parties that need vehicles We have found out that both the vehicles were being used by the Mumbai office of the Income Tax department for the past six months” said a crime branch officer Apart from the three cars Patankar also owns a lot of real estate in Mumbai and Pune Her assets include a bungalow in the Malavali village in Lonavala a house in Ghorpadi Pune ten huts in the slum in Worli where she stays and a room in a slum in Borivali said officers The police have also recovered receipts indicating purchase of gold worth lakhs of rupees from her house On Thursday the crime branch began interrogating Patankar about her association with Kalokhe and the reason behind their fallout “Patankar has told us that relations between her and Kalokhe soured over the past two months Kalokhe would accuse her of cheating him out of his share of the profits of the drug trade that they were running together and would even assault her Fed up of the constant physical abuse Patankar decided to take revenge The cache of mephadrone that was found in Kalokhe’s house was given to him by her around four months ago and she decided to tip off the police about the cache” another officer said Patankar has allegedly told her interrogators that she fled to a village near Kudal in Konkan around a week after Kalokhe was arrested and stayed there at a relative’s place along with her elder son Girish The police said Patankar made it a point to never use her own cellphone during this time and Girish was the one who contacted anyone who needed to be contacted and also bought groceries and other supplies while Patankar laid low Meanwhile the crime branch on Thursday took Patankar’s younger son Satish in custody for interrogation in connection with the case Satish was arrested by the Satara police on April 15 and was later handed over to the Marine Drive police “We took Satish into our custody on Thursday as the case has been transferred to us We will produce him in court on Friday and seek his further custody” the officer said mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News “I’ve been really pleased with the way the guys have been able to get through tough periods and be willing to bat for long periods of time… which is the most pleasing thing. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Christchurch | Published: February 24,loathed the way Indian and Sri Lankan cricketers got involved in ugly on-field altercations, (Source: Reuters) Related News Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Monday?2 per cent),99 lakh MT in Panipat, including 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West Bengal authorities have started working on war footing to expedite the process across the state. For all the latest Ludhiana News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 24.