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Honorable Warren Kampf
153B East Wing
PO Box 202157
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2157
Ph: 717-260-6166
Ph: 855-271-9382 (toll free)
Fx: 717-782-2888

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42 East Lancaster Avenue, Unit A
Paoli, PA 19301
Ph: 610-251-2876
Fx: 610-640-2357
Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Also available outside of business hours by appointment.

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1501 Egypt Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
fax 610-666-0649
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Working For You

It is an honor to work for you and the residents of our district and I take great pride in representing you in Harrisburg. I am aware of the challenges that face our state and I am dedicated to facing those challenges so that together, we can make our communities the best that they can be. As a way for you to keep up with the work that is happening on your behalf, check the stories listed below, and as always, feel free to contact me for more information about any state-related matter.
PHOENIXVILLE — A property swap rooted in a disputed housing project that goes back to 2013 received a $1.5 million boost from the state this week.
PHOENIXVILLE, PA -- Local leaders are working to gain support for a proposed new senior center, a combo fire station-recreation center, and a transit center.
Rep. Warren Kampf (R-Montgomery/Chester) presented 70 local veterans with Vietnam War Commemorative pins from Pennsylvania during a special ceremony on October 28.
From The Mercury The end of the nine-month-long state budget impasse Wednesday afternoon was met with a lukewarm reaction from state and local officials. Though they were glad to see the gridlock in Harrisburg come to an end and money go to schools and social service agencies, ultimately they said the new budget fails to address key issues and a lot of hard work has yet to be done.
From Daily Local News HARRISBURG >> Pennsylvania’s epic budget stalemate ended Wednesday as the Democratic governor backed off his latest veto threat, leaving slivers of his once-ambitious agenda intact after nine months of partisan gridlock that threatened to close schools, forced social-service agencies to lay off employees and resulted in millions in borrowing costs for county governments.
From The Time Herald PHOENIXVILLE >> A local woman who has worked tirelessly to help welcome home our nation’s veterans was honored recently.
From The Mercury During a recent town hall teleconference, state Rep. Warren Kampf, R-157th Dist., condemned Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed budget, which he said calls for more spending and higher taxes, while at the same time cuts $7 billion from the state’s budget. He further criticized the Democratic governor for holding social service agencies and school districts hostage, as the state’s budget impasse heads into its ninth month in March.
PHOENIXVILLE-- Pennsylvania’s budget battle moved to Phoenixville Area Middle School Tuesday with Gov. Tom Wolf touting the benefits of his budget plan and a local Republican state legislator taking aim at Wolf’s claims.
Phoenixville, PA With Pennsylvania lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf unable to come to an agreement on the state budget, Wolf appeared here on Tuesday to tout his proposal to add $1 billion in new education funding.
from Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch
State Rep. Warren Kampf (R-157th Dist.) introduced a bill on Friday that would restructure the state’s two public-pension systems, replacing taxpayer-funded plans with employee-directed defined-contribution plans.
Pennsylvania State Rep. Warren Kampf (R-Montgomery/Chester) recently announced his intention to reintroduce legislation meant to reform the state’s two underfunded pension systems.
Township officials, staff and invited guests celebrated the start of construction Wednesday for the township’s new $4.5 million police administration building.
Buried deep inside the budget that was just passed in Harrisburg is a ticking time bomb that, if not soon dismantled, will demolish our financial well-being.
“I am pleased to announce that the House Human Services Committee voted to send my public pension reform bill, House Bill 1353, to the full House for final consideration when we return from our recess in the fall," Rep. Warren Kampf reported.