Congressman announces inclusion of more than $6.5 million for local projects in House appropriations bill
WASHINGTON, DC >> U.S. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) voted March 9 for the bipartisan omnibus appropriations package for fiscal year 2022, which fully funds the federal government through September 30, 2022 and guarantees funding for Pennsylvania’s key priorities.
Through the Community Project Funding Application Process for the 117th Congress, which was included in this omnibus appropriations package, Rep. Fitzpatrick secured support for nine community projects in Pennsylvania’s First Congressional District. Rep. Fitzpatrick implores the Senate to quickly pass the spending package and looks forward to President Biden signing the legislation.
“I am pleased that community project funding for PA-01 that I fought for was included in the bipartisan spending package passed by the House. This essential funding will soon be flowing to meet the needs of Bucks and Montgomery counties, including mental health and health services and the revitalization of community and public infrastructure. I look forward to working with community leaders to implement these community projects in a timely manner,” said Rep. Fitzpatrick.
Rep. Fitzpatrick successfully secured $6.675 million in funding for nine community projects that will directly benefit First District voters: