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Meet Rep. Kurt Masser

State Rep. Kurt Masser represents the 107th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Columbia, Montour, and Northumberland Counties.

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My staff will be happy to help you with state-related issues. A few services offered include car registrations; driver’s license renewal and special tags; property tax/rent rebate applications; birth certificate and death record applications; and much more.

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Shamokin Residents to Benefit from $3 Million in State Funding for Community Projects

Residents of Shamokin City and the surrounding area will benefit from $3 million in state funding that will fund two separate projects aimed at increasing access to quality health care and restoring existing buildings for new uses.

The first project will receive $2 million in state funds to restore and repurpose three buildings in Shamokin. The F&S Building served as the home for F&S Brewery. This building will be restored with the hopes of attracting a microbrewery to the facility. The Lark Mill/Coal Hole will restore a mill building and dilapidated restaurant into a 40-room hotel with the potential to expand to 80 rooms. The third aspect of the first project will transform the Jones Hardware building into a 50-room hotel.

The second project will receive $1 million in state funds to serve the health care needs of Shamokin residents and people in the surrounding area. The funds will help pay for construction of a new, three-story building in downtown Shamokin. The first floor will host a pharmacy and urgent care facility. The second floor will house Primary Health Network Primary Care and Behavioral Health. The third floor will be occupied by Geisinger Health System Women’s Care and Pediatrics plus other medical specialists.

Funding for these projects is being provided through the state Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program.

Monthly Services

Veterans Assistance Hours in Elysburg First and third Wednesdays of every month Elysburg District Office, located at 467 Industrial Park Road A representative from Northumberland County Veterans Affairs will be available during this time to assist any veteran living in the 107th Legislative District.

Danville Satellite Office Located at the Danville Borough Building, 463 Mill St., Suite 1 Open Mondays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please stop in – we can provide all the same services at this office as we can at the full-time district office in Elysburg. Call 570-275-3700 for more information.

The 107th District includes the following Columbia County communities: TOWNSHIPS of Cleveland, Conyngham, Franklin and Locust and the BOROUGHS of Ashland (Columbia County Portion) and Centralia; the following Northumberland County communities: the CITY of Shamokin and the TOWNSHIPS of Coal, East Cameron, Jordan, Mount Carmel, Ralpho, Shamokin, Upper Mahanoy, Washington, West Cameron and Zerbe and the BOROUGHS of Kulpmont, Marion Heights and Mount Carmel; and all of Montour County.

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Masser Pleased State Budget Invests in Key Initiatives

Jul. 07, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Local state Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland) today in Harrisburg joined a majority of his colleagues in the House by voting to support a balanced state budget bill that increases investments in key initiatives. Masser issued the following statement after the vote:

Masser Votes for State Budget with No New or Increased Taxes

Nov. 20, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Kurt Masser (R-Columbia/Montour/Northumberland) and other Harrisburg lawmakers earlier this year adopted a stabilizing budget to fund the state government through the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. After evaluating the ways the pandemic has affected state revenues, Masser and his colleagues in the state House today approved a bipartisan balanced budget that would fund state government through the end of the fiscal year in June without adding any new state debt, creating any new taxes or raising any existing taxes.

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