How to Contact Elected Officials

Elected official contact information for York and Franklin Co, PA and Harford Co, MD:
Please contact your elected officials and educate them as to WHY this project is detrimental 
for our communities! After the listings are points to include in your letter.

Pennsylvania Contacts (York Co):

Congressman Scott Perry 
York County District Office 
2209 East Market St. York, PA 17402 
(717) 600-1919

Senator Scott Wagner 
218 North George St. York, PA 17401 
(717) 846-2828

Governor Tom Wolf 
Office of the Governor 
508 Main Capitol Building 
Harrisburg, PA 17120

State Representative Kristin Philips Hill (Fawn, E. Hopewell) 
District Office 
6872 Susquehanna Trail South 
P.O. Box 277 Jacobus, PA 17407 
M-F 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
 (717) 428-9889

State Representative Stan Saylor (Lower Chanceford) 
100 Redco Avenue 
Red Lion, PA 17356 

Franklin Co, PA contacts:

Franklin Country Commissioners: 
David Keller, Robert Thomas, Robert Ziobrowski 

U.S. Congressman Bill Shuster
100 Lincoln Way East, Suite B 
Chambersburg, PA 17201 
(717) 264-8308 Fax: (717) 264-0269

Sen. Richard Alloway II 
37 South Main Street 
Suite 200 
Chambersburg, PA 17201 
(717) 264-6100 
Fax: (717) 264-3652

Governor Tom Wolf 
Office of the Governor 
508 Main Capitol Building 
Harrisburg, PA 17120

Maryland Contacts:

Senator J.B. Jennings 
James Senate Office Building, Room 423 
11 Bladen St., Annapolis, MD 21401 
410-841-3706 or 1-800-492-7122 ext. 3706

Delegate Kathy Szeliga 
House of Delegates District 7 
410-841-3698 or 1-800-492-7122 ext. 3698

Pat McDonough 
House Office Building, Room 310 
6 Bladen St. Annapolis, MD 21401 
410-841-3334 or 1-800-492-7122 ext. 3334

Richard Impallaria 
House of Delegates District 7 
410-841-3289 or 1-800-492-7122 ext. 3289

Chad Shrodes 
Harford County Council District D 
212 South Bond St., 1st Floor Bel Air, MD 21014

Barry Glassman 
Harford County Executive County Office Building 
220 S. Main St. Bel Air, MD 21014

Important points to stress in your letter:

* Our property values will tank.
* The amount we will receive for the 130' right of way won't begin to make up for our property devaluation.
* Our electric bills will increase as we compete with larger cities to the south for "our" cheaper electric. 
* This project will supposedly only save pennies a year. The math on that can be found on the fact sheet in the files. 
* Residents don't want the random and uncomfortable shocks from stray voltage to our families or our animals that AEP (Transource's parent company) has admitted to and created a video about. 
* This project will hurt the Agri-tourism business. 
* This project is totally unnecessary and is a "market efficiency" project NOT a reliability project. It will not increase grid reliability. 
* Due to PA supplying so much of the east coast with cheaper natural gas, our environment here will 
only continue to deteriorate due to the power plants and fracking. Meanwhile, the power is shuttled to other states who oppose fracking 
*There is no shortage of power/electricity in the region, the lights are in no danger of going out. 
*PJM has forecased a 0% increase in power usage over the next 15 years. As efficiency increases and gas powered appliances become more widely implemented, power usages is actually decreasing.
******This project is a want, not a need. There is no benefit to anyone in the areas under study.