State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) encourages Portage County residents to attend her upcoming Open Office Hours event. The previous events have served as a time for constituents to come voice their ideas, questions and concerns to the representative.
Today, the Ohio House of Representatives concurred on Sub. House Bill 291. The bill has several road-naming bills within it including Pavliga’s House Bill 25, which designates a portion of Interstate Route 76 in Portage County as the "CPL Benjamin C. Dillon Memorial Highway."
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) announces measures from last year’s budget bill were approved at today’s State Controlling Board meeting. The measures total millions in funding for Kent State University and to an agency in Portage County for homeless crises response.
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) has issued the following statement regarding Gov. Mike DeWine's State of the State address:
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) announces that she will be hosting another Open Office Hours event within the 75th Ohio House District to discuss questions, issues, and concerns with her constituents. The event will take place in Ravenna at a local business.
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) announces a new body-worn camera program is coming to Kent State University (KSU). The program is funded from House Bill 110, the state operating budget that was signed into law last year. Pavliga was a supporter of the bill and voted in favor of it in the Ohio House.
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) announces the Ohio State Controlling Board approved two measures at their meeting today for both Northeast Ohio College of Medicine (NEOMED) and Children’s Advantage totaling nearly $1.3 million.
State Reps. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) and Jay Edwards (R-Nelsonville) are joint primary sponsors of House Bill 428, which creates the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Study Commission. The legislation passed in the Ohio House earlier today.
State Rep. Gail Pavliga (R-Portage County) announces local fire departments can now apply for a grant to be used for equipment and training costs. The grant derives from House Bill 110, the state budget, which passed last year with Pavliga’s support.
Today State Representatives Gail Pavilga (R-Atwater) and Bill Roemer (R-Richfield) coordinated a call with both federal and regional EPA personnel to discuss the E-check program. In 2020, the Ohio House of Representatives passed H.R. 247 – sponsored by Representative Roemer – which urged the federal government to eliminate E-check and find more efficient ways to improve air quality in Northeast Ohio. Last year, the House again passed a resolution (H.R. 56) to make this plea, this time sponsored by Representative Pavliga.