Senator Mario Scavello E-Newsletter

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In this Update:

  • Ringing in 2019
  • Monroe County District Office Relocation
  • Veterans Crisis Line Available 24/7
  • PA Eagle-Cam Back for Fifth Season
  • Keystone Classroom has PA Facts for Teachers, Students and Others
  • PennDOT Offices Closed January 1
  • Around the 40th District

Ringing in 2019

As we turn the last page on the 2018 calendar, I’d like to wish you and your loved ones much joy and prosperity in the year ahead. It has been an honor representing you in the General Assembly the last several years, and I look forward serving our region and the interests of its people in 2019.

Monroe County District Office Relocation

My Monroe County District Office has officially relocated to the second floor of the Wise Building on Route 611 in Scotrun (2398 Route 611, Suite 201, Scotrun, PA). It is my pleasure to continue assisting constituents throughout the area and we are excited to serve our residents out of this new location just off Interstate 80.

To get to the office via I-80 West, take the Scotrun Exit and turn left on SR 611 N. Travel 0.8 miles and the office is located on the left (next to the Corona Butcher).

Since turns for northbound traffic are currently restricted for the Route 611 construction project, residents can also access the new office through the Scotrun Avenue entrance. Scotrun Avenue runs parallel to 611.

As always, please do not hesitate to give a call for assistance with any state-related issues – 570-620-4326. (All telephone numbers remain the same.)

Veterans Crisis Line Available 24/7

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides a Veterans Crisis Line with responders trained in suicide prevention to help veterans of all ages and circumstances.

Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, year round. You can find more information and access an online chat here.

PA Eagle-Cam Back for Fifth Season

The livestream from a bald eagle nest near Codorus State Park in Hanover, PA has launched for a fifth season.

Eagles “Liberty” and “Freedom” are repairing their nest after some damage, and eggs could arrive in one to three months. It includes a running blog from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to keep viewers updated.

Keystone Classroom has PA Facts for Teachers, Students and Others

Pennsylvania was home to the first public library, commercial radio station, public zoo and more.

Keystone Classroom provides teachers and students of all ages with this and more interesting information on our Commonwealth, the Legislature and the Capitol building. You can find more facts and take a PA quiz there as well.

PennDOT Offices Closed January 1

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation says all driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Tuesday, January 1, 2019, for the New Year’s holiday.

Motorists can still obtain a variety of driver and vehicle information and services — including all forms, publications and driver training manuals – online.

Around the 40th District

It’s not often that I get the pleasure to meet an outstanding young man from my district who goes above and beyond for his community. William Mirams presented a check to Lehigh Valley Hospital Pocono for $25,250 of prize fund dollars that he won through his golfing expertise. To date he has earned over $40,000 dollars which he presented to the hospital for Medical Research. Congratulations to this young man!

It was a pleasure to visit with Erma Unger on the occasion of her 100th birthday. We wish you many more years of happiness and good health!

It was my pleasure to join PA State Rep. Marcia Hahn in honoring Debbie Seiple for her many years of committed service as manager for East Allen Township. Thank you for your tireless work on behalf of our community. We wish you all the best in your next adventures!


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