Cutler Applauds Local Grant Awards, Hails Return of Taxpayer Investments into Southern Lancaster County
3/26/2024
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) Tuesday applauded the award of two local multimodal grants approved by the bipartisan Commonwealth Financing Authority within the Department of Community and Economic Development that will return taxpayer investment into southern Lancaster County.

The grant awards include:
• $1.38 million for the Enola Low Grade Trail Segment Rehabilitation in Bart Township.
• $600,652 for the West 4th Street / West State Street Intersection Reconfiguration in Quarryville Borough.

“This significant return of taxpayer investment in our local communities will help upgrade transportation needs in southern Lancaster County,” Cutler said.

“Returning taxpayer resources into our region is an important part of the work lawmakers do in Harrisburg for the benefit of their districts and I am proud to have worked in support of these grant awards for Bart Township and Quarryville Borough.”

Republican Leader Bryan Cutler
100th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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