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Kampf Announces Grants for Tredyffrin Township, Phoenixville and Upper Providence Township
An artist rendering of the new children’s playground at Reeves Park.
HARRISBURG—Rep. Warren Kampf (R-Chester/Montgomery) has announced that a total of $699,836. in grants from the Commonwealth Financing Authority has been awarded to the 157th District.

“This is especially good news for the residents of our communities as it will defray the cost of making much-needed repairs to pump stations, add security to water treatment plants, help children of all abilities to play, and link hiking trails in Upper Providence,” Kampf said.

The Commonwealth Finance Authority Greenways, Trails and Recreation Program will give Upper Providence Township $195,000 for the Construction of Schuylkill Trail East, which will help construct the Schuylkill Trail East Pedestrian trail linking Montgomery County‘s Upper Schuylkill Valley Park and the Schuylkill Canal Park.

Phoenixville Borough will receive a $50,000 grant to improve Reeves Park Playground. This award will assist with the construction of an “All-Inclusive” children’s playground at Reeves Park.

The Commonwealth Finance Authority PA Small Water & Sewer Program awarded a $154,836 grant to the Phoenixville Water Treatment Plant for security cameras.

“The installation of a new security camera system at the Water Treatment Plant is a major step forward for the security of the plant,” Kampf said. “A new security camera system would also provide significant operation improvements to the plant by allowing observation of the downstream intake in order to keep it clear of debris and ensure continued operation.”

Tredyffrin Township was also awarded a $300,000 grant to upgrade the Station Avenue Sewer Pumping Station.

A 2016 assessment identified the Station Avenue pump station as a priority for rehabilitation due to its age and configuration. The existing wet-well/dry-well station located on Station Avenue will be converted to a submersible pump configuration.

Two submersible pumps, necessary electrical components and wireless pump station monitoring system will be installed. Several single-family homes, multi-family residences, commercial office buildings, and the Berwyn SEPTA Station are all served by this pump station.

“I want to thank the administration for recognizing how important these projects will be for our community and the Commonwealth,” Kampf said.

Representative Warren Kampf
157th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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