After several months of efforts – introducing pro-business bills, discussions with the governor, and while working at an infectious disease medical practice - State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) is pleased to announce the statewide curfew on bars and restaurants has been lifted by the administration beginning today.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) has introduced legislation to repeal and replace the Academic Distress Commissions (ADCs) across the state of Ohio. The bill is a re-introduction of identical legislation that passed within the Ohio House during the previous General Assembly. Cutrona is the joint sponsor of the bill.
Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp (R-Lima) recently appointed State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) as Vice-Chair of the Families, Aging, and Human Services Committee during the 134th General Assembly.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) announces his support on the extension of the statewide curfew hours for bars and restaurants from 10 to 11 p.m. – the new curfew guidelines begin today.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) announces that businesses across Mahoning County can apply for the Bar and Restaurant Assistance Fund. The deadline for applications is set for Jan. 31, 2021.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) was officially sworn-in to his first term of office as the state representative for the 59th Ohio House District. The district includes most of Mahoning County. Cutrona was originally selected to fill the seat back in May 2020 following the death of the late State Rep. Don Manning. Cutrona later won the seat during the November election with over 60 percent of the vote.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) voted to support Senate Bill 310, which passed out of both chambers of the General Assembly. Known as the "capital budget," the legislation includes the two-year state construction budget that contains funding for a variety of initiatives across the state and aid for local projects throughout Mahoning County.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) announces and supports the upcoming two-year state construction budget, which includes funding for a variety of initiatives across the state as well as aid for local projects throughout Mahoning County. The capital bill is being included in Senate Bill 310, which is currently pending in a House-Senate conference committee.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) supported the passage of House Bill 361, known as establishing “Ohio Tuskegee Airmen Day.” The legislation designates that March 29 will serve as “Ohio Tuskegee Airmen Day.” The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black military aviators in the U.S. Army Air Corps. Cutrona is a cosponsor of the bill.