Contact Information 
District Offices
3091 Carson Ave.
Murrysville, PA 15668
Phone: (724) 387-1281
Fax: (724) 387-1295
Hours: M,T & Th, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Wednesday and Friday.

2879 Leechburg Road
Lower Burrell, PA 15068
Phone: (724) 335-2790
Fax: (724) 335-2649
Hours: M,T,Th & F, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday noon to 6 p.m.

Capitol Office
Room 3 East Wing
PO Box 202054
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2054
(717) 260-6129
Fax: (717) 782-2895
TTY: (855) 282-0614

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.
Chad McCutcheon says his family-run waste management company could do a lot more with its profits if it was paying less taxes — an issue discussed Friday by lawmakers during a discussion with the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber of Commerce.
From TribLive in May 2017, State Rep. Eli Evankovich suggested Franklin Regional School Board members wait before moving ahead with plans to build an elementary school and renovate Sloan Elementary, a project estimated to cost about $54 million.
From TribLive In August, Burrell High School football player Noah Cornuet, 16, was stricken during a preseason workout and died.
From TribLIVE New Kensington is seeking technology and added federal and state police presence to help it fight a recent surge in violence.
From TribLive HARRISBURG — A Murrysville legislator proposes to ban convicted felons from lobbying the General Assembly, saying it's a simple step to “restore confidence in government.”
From The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Millions of tons of slag — a steelmaking byproduct — are available cheaply and safely for road and construction projects nationwide, but in Western Pennsylvania use of the material is limited, putting state officials at odds with producers.
From The Ellwood City Ledger As David Barensfeld looked around the meeting room in Ellwood City Forge Friday morning, he was encouraged by one element of the collection of state representatives sitting around the table.
From The Northeast Times That heli­copter fly­ing over­head might have been made right here in North­east Phil­adelphia on Red Li­on Road. North­east Air­port-based Agust­aWest­land’s 560 em­ploy­ees make more than 50 heli­copters a year, which are sold all over the world. The com­pany’s copters can even be spot­ted in the movies. One was in the latest James Bond film, Sky­fall.
From The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette HARRISBURG -- Republicans and Democrats in the state House often clash over political and legislative issues.