The state Department of Environmental Protection released the draft of its 2022 Pennsylvania State Water Plan this week.
Pennsylvania officials have said that they removed the information because “state and federal law” say they should not be available to the public and are exempt from public records requests.
Governor Wolf recently announced $199 million to improve drinking water and sewage treatment in Pennsylvania.
The guidance issued by the Office of Management and Budget applies to projects funded under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
The grant is part of the Biden administration’s effort to create new jobs in former coal-mining regions.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the federal Clean Water Act, which laid out the regulation of pollutants in U.S. waterways and established water quality standards.
As digital technology becomes more and more necessary for work, education, health care, business, job applications, and participation in civic life, it is vital for every Pennsylvanian to have access to reliable high speed internet.
Pennsylvania will receive $3.8 billion to clean up abandoned mine lands over the next 15 years, due to President Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
Over the next five years, money from President Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will be headed to transit authorities across the Commonwealth.
After decades of underinvestment, Pennsylvania’s poor roads and bridges are hitting drivers where it hurts: their wallets.