Rep. Joe Emrick to Reintroduce Registration Law Bill
Rep. Joe Emrick (R-Northampton) has sent a memo to his House colleagues stating his intention to reintroduce HB 2101 from last session. In his memo he notes that there has been significant discussions and negotiations with interested parties, which resulted in a unanimous vote in the House. The bill advanced to within a final Senate vote of getting to the Governor last fall, but did not receive that final vote, so the process must start over.
- Members are encouraged to reach out to their own state Representatives and request that they cosponsor the new bill, which will have a new number when it is introduced, in the next couple of weeks. We are looking for prompt movement again in the House, as we simultaneously work in the Senate to ensure that the bill gets the final vote and to the Governor as quickly as possible.
House and Senate Announce Committee Chairs for 2021-22, Hold Organizational meetings
The state House and Senate reorganized for the new session this month, after a tumultuous Swearing In day on January 7, with Senate Republicans refusing to seat a Democrat over challenged vote tallies, leading to new President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-Centre) taking the gavel from Lt. Gov. John Fetterman for the second time in his tenure, and both House and Senate Republicans vowing to continue the scrutiny of election procedures in Pennsylvania. Both chambers then recessed for two weeks, and returned in late January to begin the people’s business. The first step in that process is the designation of committee chairs and rosters.
Both Chambers Approve Proposed Constitutional Amendments to Limit Executive Power in Emergency Declarations
The House and Senate approved companion legislation to limit executive power through constitutional amendment.
“House Bill 55 would improve cooperation between the executive branch and the Legislature in responding to emergencies by limiting the length of emergency disaster declarations unless approved by the General Assembly,” bill sponsor Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) said.
The measure would ensure residents have a greater influence on emergency declarations by limiting declarations to 21 days. The declaration could be extended with approval of the House and Senate. Currently, a governor’s emergency declaration can last up to 90 days and be renewed by the governor indefinitely.
“What we have seen over nearly a year is one person making all the decisions, which impact the nearly 13 million residents of the Commonwealth, in regard to the state’s response to the pandemic,” Grove said. “The only input the Legislature was permitted to have in the matter were bills, most of which were vetoed by the governor, in response to actions he already took. The General Assembly should not be limited to being a reactionary board that merely attempts to advise the governor on actions he unilaterally decided to take.”
Also, on June 26, the House State Government Committee approved the Senate companion bill to Grove’s bill. In addition to limiting the timeframe of a declaration, Senate Bill 2 also would clarify that the Legislature is not required to present to the governor for his approval a resolution ending an emergency declaration.
The General Assembly approved last session a similar bill. Should House Bill 55 or Senate Bill 2 be approved again this session, the question would be put forth to voters, potentially as soon as the primary election.
The Senate Republican Caucus (majority) committee chairs for this session are as follows:
- Aging & Youth Committee: Sen. Judy Ward (R-Blair)
- Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee: Sen. Elder Vogel (R-Beaver)
- Appropriations Committee: Sen. Pat Browne (R-Lehigh)
- Banking & Insurance Committee: Sen. John DiSanto (R-Dauphin)
- Communications & Technology Committee: Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York)
- Community, Economic & Recreational Development Committee: Sen. John Yudichak (I-Luzerne)
- Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure Committee: Sen. Robert Tomlinson (R-Bucks)
- Education Committee: Sen. Scott Martin (R-Lancaster)
- Environmental Resources & Energy Committee: Sen. Gene Yaw (R-Lycoming)
- Finance Committee: Sen. Scott Hutchinson (R-Venango)
- Game & Fisheries Committee: Sen. Dan Laughlin (R-Erie)
- Health & Human Services Committee: Sen. Michele Brooks (R-Mercer)
- Intergovernmental Operations Committee: Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-Franklin)
- Judiciary Committee: Sen. Lisa Baker (R-Luzerne)
- Labor & Industry Committee: Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-Washington)
- Law & Justice Committee: Sen. Mike Regan (R-Cumberland)
- Local Government Committee: Sen. Cris Dush (R-Jefferson)
- Rules & Executive Nominations Committee: Sen. Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland)
- State Government Committee: Sen. David Argall (R-Schuylkill)
- Transportation Committee: Sen. Wayne Langerholc (R-Cambria)
- Urban Affairs & Housing Committee: Sen. Joe Pittman (R-Indiana)
- Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee: Sen. Pat Stefano (R-Fayette)
Senate Democrats named committee chairs for 2021-22 session a week later, after the election of Sen. Jim Brewster was finalized by the court. The minority caucus committee chairs for this session are as follows:
- Aging & Youth Committee: Sen. Maria Collett (D-Montgomery)
- Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee: Sen. Judy Schwank (D-Berks)
- Appropriations Committee: Sen. Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia)
- Banking & Insurance Committee: Sen. Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia)
- Communications & Technology Committee: Sen. John Kane (D-Delaware)
- Community, Economic & Recreational Development Committee: Sen. Amanda Cappelletti (D-Montgomery)
- Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure Committee: Sen. Lisa Boscola (D-Northampton)
- Education Committee: Sen. Lindsey Williams (D-Allegheny)
- Environmental Resources & Energy Committee: Sen. Carolyn Comitta (D-Chester)
- Finance Committee: Sen. John Blake (D-Lackawanna)
- Game & Fisheries Committee: Sen. Jim Brewster (D-Allegheny)
- Health & Human Services Committee: Sen. Art Haywood (D-Montgomery)
- Intergovernmental Operations Committee: Sen. Anthony Williams (D-Philadelphia)
- Judiciary Committee: Sen. Steve Santarsiero (D-Bucks)
- Labor & Industry Committee: Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia)
- Law & Justice Committee: Sen. Jim Brewster (D-Allegheny)
- Local Government Committee: Sen. Tim Kearney (D-Delaware)
- Rules & Executive Nominations Committee: Sen. Jay Costa (D-Allegheny)
- State Government Committee: Sen. Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia)
- Transportation Committee: Sen. John Sabatina, Jr. (D-Philadelphia)
- Urban Affairs & Housing Committee: Sen. Nikil Saval (D-Philadelphia)
- Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee: Katie Muth (D-Montgomery)Full Senate Committee rosters can be found here: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/CteeInfo/StandingCommittees.cfm?CteeBody=S
House Committee Chairs Announced
A day after House Democrats announced their minority committee chairs for the 2021-22 legislative session, House Republicans did the same. The republican (majority) committee chairs for the 2021-22 legislative session are as follows:
- Aging and Older Adult Services Committee: Rep. Gary Day (R-Lehigh)
- Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee: Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams)
- Appropriations Committee: Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York)
- Children and Youth Committee: Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland)
- Commerce Committee: Rep. Brad Roae (R-Crawford)
- Consumer Affairs Committee: Rep. Jim Marshall (R-Beaver)
- Education Committee: Rep. Curt Sonney (R-Erie)
- Environmental Resources and Energy Committee: Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler)
- Finance Committee: Rep. Mike Peifer (R-Pike)
- Game and Fisheries Committee: Rep. Keith Gillespie (R-York)
- Gaming Oversight Committee: Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin)
- Health Committee: Rep. Kathy Rapp (R-Warren)
- Human Services Committee: Rep. Frank Farry (R-Bucks)
- Insurance Committee: Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford)
- Judiciary Committee: Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin)
- Labor and Industry Committee: Rep. Jim Cox (R-Berks)
- Liquor Control Committee: Rep. Jeff Pyle (R-Armstrong)
- Local Government Committee: Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar (R-Somerset)
- Professional Licensure Committee: Rep. David Hickernell (R-Lancaster)
- State Government Committee: Rep. Seth Grove (R-York)
- Tourism and Recreational Development Committee: Rep. David Millard (R-Columbia)
- Transportation Committee: Rep. Tim Hennessey (R-Chester)
- Urban Affairs Committee: Rep. Jerry Knowles (R-Schuylkill)
- Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee: Rep. Karen Boback (R-Luzerne)
The Democratic committee chairs for the 2021-22 legislative session are as follows:
- Aging & Older Adult Services Committee — Rep. Steve Samuelson (D-Northampton)
- Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee — Rep. Eddie Day Pashinski (D-Luzerne)
- Appropriations Committee — Rep. Matt Bradford (D-Montgomery)
- Children & Youth Committee — Rep. Pam DeLissio (D-Montgomery)
- Commerce Committee — Rep. John Galloway (D-Bucks)
- Consumer Affairs Committee — Rep. Robert Matzie (D-Beaver)
- Education Committee — Rep. Mark Longietti (D-Mercer)
- Environmental Resources & Energy Committee — Rep. Greg Vitali (D-Delaware)
- Finance Committee – Rep. Kevin Boyle (D-Philadelphia)
- Game and Fisheries Committee — Rep. Ed Neilson (D-Philadelphia)
- Gaming Oversight Committee — Rep. Scott Conklin (D-Centre)
- Health Committee — Rep. Dan Frankel (D-Allegheny)
- Human Services Committee — Rep. Angel Cruz (D-Philadelphia)
- Insurance Committee — Rep. Tony DeLuca (D-Allegheny)
- Judiciary Committee — Rep. Tim Briggs (D-Montgomery)
- Labor & Industry Committee — Rep. Gerald Mullery (D-Luzerne)
- Liquor Control Committee — Rep. Dan Deasy (D-Allegheny)
- Local Government Committee — Rep. Bob Freeman (D-Northampton)
- Professional Licensure Committee — Rep. Jake Wheatley (D-Allegheny)
- State Government Committee — Rep. Margo Davidson (D-Delaware)
- Tourism & Recreational Development Committee — Rep. Mary Jo Daley (D-Montgomery)
- Transportation Committee — Rep. Mike Carroll (D-Luzerne)
- Urban Affairs Committee — Rep. Mike Sturla (D-Lancaster)
- Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee — Rep. Chris Sainato (D-Lawrence)
The full House committee rosters can be found here: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/CteeInfo/StandingCommittees.cfm?CteeBody=H
Two Legislators Pass Away in January
Two popular Republican state legislators died tragically this month.
- State Rep. Mike Reese (R-Westmoreland) died suddenly on January 2, after suffering from an apparent brain aneurysm, his office said in a Facebook post. Reese was 42. First elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2008, Reese was elected House Republican Caucus Secretary in 2019 and was elevated to serve as caucus chairman for the 2021-2022 legislative session. Reese was set to be sworn in for his seventh term in office on Tuesday, Jan. 5. House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre) offered his condolences to Reese’s family, while calling Reese a “model legislator.”
- State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-Lebanon) died January 17 after a battle with brain cancer, his office announced in a statement. He was 49. Arnold, who represented the 48th Senatorial District, was sworn into office in January of last year after winning a special election to fill a vacant seat. “We join the residents of the 48th Senatorial District and all Pennsylvanians in mourning the passing of Senator Dave Arnold. We lost a good man and committed leader much too soon,” Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-Centre) and Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland) said in a joint statement.
Prior to his time in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, Arnold had served for 14 years as the Lebanon County District Attorney and was elected to serve as the president of the Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Association from 2016 to 2017. During his time in the legislature, Arnold sponsored legislation to increase penalties for those convicted of child pornography charges after his predecessor in the Senate, former Sen. Mike Folmer, was arrested on child pornography charges.
PA House Republicans Name Dunbar New Caucus Chairman
House GOP leaders announced on January 25 that Rep. George Dunbar (R-Westmoreland) will take the reins as majority caucus chair, filling the leadership post that has remained vacant since the passing of Rep. Mike Reese on Jan. 2. Dunbar, who first took office in 2011, has also served as the vice-chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. He resigned that position upon his appointment to the leadership role. Dunbar joins House Speaker Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster), House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre), House Majority Whip Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Clarion), House Appropriations Committee Majority Chairman Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York), Caucus Secretary Rep. Martina White (R-Philadelphia), Caucus Administrator Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Northumberland) and House Republican Policy Committee Chairman Rep. Martin Causer (R-McKean) as members of the House GOP leadership team.
State Registration Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists January 8 Meeting Notes
The State Registration Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists met on January 8, by Zoom, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following are the highlights.
- Board President Jim Szalankiewicz, PE, PLS, presided, and welcomed the members and acknowledged the guests. He then announced the Board would receive a presentation by Kim Adams of the Bureau of Finance, who gave a financial report.
- Board member Mike Brinkash, PLS, asked about the possibility that the Board would grant blanket waivers of CE requirements, given the pandemic. Counsel Bill Fritz noted that the Board had discussed it previously, and since there has been available online options, that blanket waivers are unnecessary. Board members disagreed. PSLS President Amy Hopkins believes that ample opportunities have been offered, and didn’t think a blanket waiver was necessary.
- BPOA Commissioner Kalonji Johnson thanked the members, staff and the public for their attendance, including the legislative committee staff.
- Frank Stanton reported on a recent report by the Alliance of Responsible Professional Licensure, regarding portability of licenses between jurisdictions. Frank Stanton noted that NCEES will be considering universal licensure at its upcoming meeting.
- Board Prosecutor Glenn Masser, Esq., presented three cases the Board had considered in executive session.
- Board Counsel Bill Fritz reported on the Seals regulation. He said since no Board members had
- Board Administrator Jeannie Bronshtein updated the Board on testing. The PA exam is in final preparation stage.
- The board held elections of officers for 2021. was elected president, and Joseph McNally, PG was elected VP.
- Next meeting is March 23. Future 2021 Board meeting dates: May 17, July 14, September 29, November 5. Meetings will be held remotely until further notice.
The following bills and co-sponsorship memos for bills to be introduced of interest to PSLS were acted on by the General Assembly this past month. The 2019-20 Legislative Session ended officially on November 30. All bills not passed by the General Assembly died, and will have to be reintroduced next session and start the process over.
Part of a four-bill package that would merge eight existing state agencies into four new state agencies. These new agencies would be:
- Commonwealth Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
- Department of Business, Tourism and Workforce Development (DBTWD)
- Department of Local Government and Community Affairs (DLGCA)
- Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
This bill amends Title 71 (State Government), establishing the Commonwealth Office of Management and Budget. The powers and duties vested in the Secretary of the Budget, the Secretary of General Services, the Secretary of Administration and the Secretary of Policy and Planning are transferred to the director, who shall exercise the powers and perform the duties that those secretaries exercised or performed prior to the effective date. The director of the new office shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor. The legislation’s general provisions, along with establishing a director and a strategic plan, shall be effective immediately. The remainder of this legislation shall be effective 30 days after publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
- Introduced and referred to House State Government Committee, 1/11/2021
HB 104 RE: Improper Payments by Commonwealth Agencies (by Rep. Valerie Gaydos, et al)
Amends Title 71 (State Government), providing that the assessment of improper payments by commonwealth agencies shall be conducted no less than once every two years. Establishes criteria for the review of programs and activities of commonwealth agencies. Provides for corrective action plans of commonwealth agencies and Legislative Budget and Finance committee audits of commonwealth agencies.
- Introduced and referred to House State Government Committee, 1/11/2021
Reported as committed from House State Government Committee, read first time, and laid on the table, 1/13/2021
- Removed from the table, 1/25/2021
- Amended on House floor, read second time, and rereferred to House Appropriations Committee, 1/26/2021
- Reported as committed from House Appropriations Committee, read third time, and passed House, 1/27/2021 (182-20)
HB 108 RE: Do-Not-Pay Initiative (by Rep. Clint Owlett, et al)
Amends Title 71 (State Government), providing for payments by the commonwealth and establishing the Do-Not-Pay Initiative. The Do-Not-Pay Initiative provides that the Pennsylvania Treasury Department shall enter into a memorandum of understanding with the U.S. Treasury Department to join its Do Not Pay program. Establishes that a commonwealth agency shall review procedures and verify eligibility prior to awarding payment.
- Introduced and referred to House State Government Committee, 1/11/2021
Reported as amended from House State Government Committee, read first time, and laid on the table, 1/13/2021
- Removed from the table, 1/25/2021
- Read second time, and rereferred to House Appropriations Committee, 1/26/2021
- Reported as committed from House Appropriations Committee, read third time, and passed House, 1/27/2021 (202-0)
Budget Related Bills
HB 23 RE: Mechanical Insulation Installation Tax Credit (by Rep. Susan Helm, et al)
Amends the Tax Reform Code providing for mechanical insulation installation tax credit. Provides $5 million each fiscal year for the tax credit. The tax credit shall be equal to no more than 30 percent of the total capital investment for the installation of mechanical insulation on a commercial or industrial property. Provides for what capital investment includes and its application. Provides a qualified taxpayer may claim a tax credit against the qualified tax liability for the taxable year in which the capital investment was made. The tax credit may be applied against up to 50 percent of the qualified taxpayer’s qualified tax liability for the taxable year. A tax credit awarded may not be sold, assigned or transferred, nor carried back, carried forward or used to obtain a refund. Provides for a report of the tax credits to the General Assembly.
- Introduced and referred to House Finance Committee, 1/14/2021
HB 217 RE: Supplemental Appropriations (by Rep. Stan Saylor, et al)
Supplement to the General Appropriation Act of 2020, further providing for additional appropriations from the General Fund for the expenses of the Executive Department for the fiscal year July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021.
- Introduced and referred to House Appropriations Committee, 1/22/2021
Reported as committed from House Appropriations Committee, read first time, laid on the table, and Removed from the table, 1/26/2021
- Read second time, and rereferred to House Appropriations Committee, 1/27/2021
COVID-19 Related Legislation
HB 55 RE: Constitutional Amendment – Limiting Emergency Declarations to 21 days w/ legislative approval and adding Race/Ethnicity to our Declaration of Rights (by Rep. Seth Grove, et al)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution, in declaration of rights, for prohibition against denial or abridgment of equality of rights because of race and ethnicity and establishing that equality of rights shall not be denied because of an individual’s race or ethnicity; in legislation, providing that every order, resolution or vote, to which the concurrence of both houses may be necessary, except on the questions of adjournment or termination or extension of a disaster emergency as declared by executive order shall be presented to the governor and before it shall take effect shall be repassed by two-thirds of both houses. Provides that when the governor issues a disaster emergency declaration, upon the expiration of the declaration, the governor may not issue a new disaster emergency declaration based upon the same or substantially similar facts and circumstances without the passage of a concurrent resolution of the General Assembly expressly approving the new disaster emergency declaration. Constitutional amendments require approval in two consecutive legislative sessions and then approval by the voters through a referendum.
- Removed from the table, 1/25/2021
Read second time, and rereferred to House Appropriations Committee, 1/26/2021
- Reported as committed from House Appropriations Committee, read third time, and passed House, 1/27/2021 (116-86)
SB 2 RE: Constitutional Amendments Regarding Discrimination/Disaster Emergency Declarations (by Sen. Kim Ward, et al)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution, in declaration of rights, for prohibition against denial or abridgment of equality of rights because of race and ethnicity and establishing that equality of rights shall not be denied because of an individual’s race or ethnicity; in legislation, providing that every order, resolution or vote, to which the concurrence of both houses may be necessary, except on the questions of adjournment or termination or extension of a disaster emergency as declared by executive order, shall be presented to the governor and before it shall take effect shall be repassed by two-thirds of both houses. Provides a disaster emergency declaration shall be in effect for no more than 21 days, unless otherwise extended in whole or in part by concurrent resolution of the General Assembly. Further provides that when the governor issues a disaster emergency declaration, upon the expiration of the declaration, the governor may not issue a new disaster emergency declaration based upon the same or substantially similar facts and circumstances without the passage of a concurrent resolution of the General Assembly expressly approving the new disaster emergency declaration. Constitutional amendments require approval in two consecutive legislative sessions and then approval by the voters through a referendum.
- Introduced and referred to Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee, 1/20/2021
Reported as committed from Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee, and read first time, 1/22/2021
- Read second time, and amended on Senate floor, 1/25/2021
- Rereferred to Senate Appropriations Committee, 1/26/2021
- Reported as committed from Senate Appropriations Committee, read third time, and passed Senate, 1/26/2021 (28-20)
- Received in the House and referred to House State Government Committee, reported as committed from House State Government Committee, read first time, and laid on the table, 1/27/2021
SB 42 RE: COVID-19 Insurance Relief Act (by Sen. Vincent Hughes, et al)
Directs policies of insurance insuring against a loss related to property damage to include among covered perils the coverage for loss or property damage due to COVID-19 and the loss due to a civil authority order related to a declared disaster emergency. The legislation provides that insureds classified as small business shall receive 100 percent of the maximum individual policy limit for eligible claims, while insureds not classified as small business shall receive 75 percent of the policy limit for eligible claims. This legislation will apply to active insurance policies dated prior to March 6, 2020, and insurance companies providing coverage against loss or damage to property within the commonwealth.
- Introduced and referred to Senate Banking and Insurance Committee, 1/20/2021
Cosponsor Memo Filed
HCO 984 (Mehaffie) – Providing Assistance for Business Interruptions due to COVID-19
Creates a grant program to provide assistance for business interruptions due to COVID-19.
- Filed, 1/20/2021
Environmental Building Standards
Cosponsor Memos Filed
HCO 904 (Webster) – Protecting Riparian Buffer
Provides for a minimum 100-foot riparian buffer along each side of a surface body of water, with a minimum 300-foot buffer if located along streams that have been designated as High Quality or Exceptional Value.
- Filed, 1/13/2021
SB 28 RE: Permit Administration Act (by Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill, et al)
Provides for the administration of permits by state agencies, for a tracking system for permit applications, for the establishment of permit programs, for third-party review of permit decision delays and for annual reports. The bill requires state agencies to review their permit decisions and permit decision delays during the immediately preceding calendar year and submit a report of findings to the General Assembly. Further, a state agency shall establish, maintain and make available a secure tracking system for applicants to track the status of applications on the state agency’s website.
- Introduced and referred to Senate Inter-Governmental Operations Committee, 1/20/2021
Cosponsor Memo Filed
HCO1110 (Emrick) – Engineer, Land Surveyor and Geologist Registration Law – Amendments
Makes a number of changes to current exemptions and cleans up continuing education language for the Engineer, Land Surveyor and Geologist Registration Law. Reintroduction of HB 2101 from last session.
- Filed, 1/27/2021
SR 6 RE: Major Bridge Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Program (by Sen. Michele Brooks, et al)
A concurrent resolution that rescinds approval of transportation projects under the Major Bridge Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Program as adopted by the Public-Private Transportation Partnership Bard at its November 12, 2020, meeting.
- Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Transportation, 1/20/2021
Copies of all bills of interest can be accessed via the Internet at: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/session.cfm
Upcoming Meetings of Interest
The next regular meeting of the board is tentatively slated to occur virtually at 9 a.m., Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Information on how to join the meeting, as well as agenda and meeting materials, will be available on the Board’s webpage. Individuals are encouraged to visit the Board’s webpage to confirm meeting date, time and location prior to each meeting. Questions concerning the February 16, 2021, meeting can be directed to Laura Griffin at email@example.com or (717) 783-8727.
Updated 2021 Senate Session Schedule
- February 1, 2, 3, 22, 23, 24
- March 15, 16, 17, 22 (canceled), 23, 24
- April 12 (canceled), 13 (canceled), 14 (canceled), 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28
- May 10, 11, 12, 24, 25, 26
- June 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30
2021 House Session Schedule
- February 1, 2, 3
- March 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24
- April 5, 6, 7, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28
- May 3, 4, 5, 24, 25, 26
- June 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30
- September 13, 14, 15, 27, 28, 29
- October 4, 5, 6, 25, 26, 27
- November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17
- December 13, 14, 15
State Registration Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists Meeting Schedule
- Note: Public Welcome
- Location: All Board meetings are held remotely via Webex until further notice.
- URL to Join Meeting: https://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/EngineersLandSurveyorsandGeologists/Pages/General-Board-Information.aspx#.VHNkfFZOk5s
- 2021 Meeting dates:
- March 23
- May 17
- July 14
- September 29
- November 5
State Geospatial Coordinating Board
- Location: 1 Technology Park, Commonwealth Technology Center (CTC), Harrisburg, PA 17110
- Time: 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
- 2021 Board Meetings Dates:
- March 15
- June 14
- August 23
- November 15
- Additional Info: https://www.oa.pa.gov/Programs/Information%20Technology/Pages/geoboard.aspx