Davanzo to Host Series of Pop-Up Office Hours

Sep. 02, 2020 /

ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP – To offer residents of the 58th District different opportunities to get the help they need with state-related questions and concerns, Rep. Eric Davanzo (R-Westmoreland) will be hosting pop-up office hours at libraries in the district.

Davanzo to Host Second Concealed Carry Seminar on Sept. 17

Aug. 07, 2020 /

ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP – Because of an overwhelming response to the Concealed Carry Seminar scheduled for Aug. 13, Rep. Eric Davanzo (R-Westmoreland) will host a second Concealed Carry Seminar on Thursday, Sept. 17, from 5-8 p.m. at the Rostraver Central Fire Department, 1100 Fells Church Road, Rostraver Township.

Davanzo to Host Series of Back-to-School Ice Cream Socials

Jul. 23, 2020 /

ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP – Rep. Eric Davanzo (R-Westmoreland) will be hosting a series of Back-to-School Ice Cream Socials in August for residents of the 58th District. All events are free and will be held from 6-8 p.m. on the days listed below:

Davanzo to Host Concealed Carry Seminar on Aug. 13 in West Newton

Jul. 06, 2020 /

ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP – To provide gun owners with the information they need to be responsible with their Second Amendment rights, Rep. Eric Davanzo (R-Westmoreland) will host a Concealed Carry Seminar on Thursday, Aug. 13, from 5-8 p.m. at the West Newton Sportsmen’s Club, 35 Sportsmans Road, West Newton.

Davanzo Moves Office to Rostraver Township

Jun. 04, 2020 /

WESTMORELAND – Rep. Eric Davanzo (R-Westmoreland) and his staff are ready to serve residents of the 58th Legislative District at the new office, 851 Finley Road, Rostraver Township, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Residents may also call the office at 724-929-2655.

House Republicans Move to Expand COVID-19 Testing

Apr. 30, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – As daily announcements from Gov. Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine say, expanded testing is the most crucial step in saving lives and helping Pennsylvania get back to normal. However, House Democrats disagreed, blocking the two-thirds vote required to pass an emergency bill to expand testing to Pennsylvanians on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday.