Governor Wolf Joins PennDOT to Announce 2017 Infrastructure Investments in Northeastern Pa. (Round-Up) Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE TWEET Times Tribune: Governor visits NEPA to tout road workGov. Tom Wolf and state Department of Transportation officials announced plans on Wednesday for almost $640.8 million in road and bridge projects across Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wayne, Susquehanna, Wyoming and Pike counties. “Our roads and bridges really matter,” Wolf said inside a PennDOT maintenance shed in Ashley. “We are the Keystone State. Everything that happens in the eastern part of the United States, and even the eastern parts of Canada, has to pass through Pennsylvania. That puts a real emphasis on our transportation system.”Times Leader: Wolf visits PennDOT to introduce $639 million 2017 construction plansGov. Tom Wolf stopped by the PennDOT maintenance shed on Wednesday afternoon to kick off construction season, announcing over $600 million in work set for the district that includes Luzerne County…“We’re doing a lot of things,” Wolf said. “Bridges are being replaced, roads are being paved, and our transportation system is being improved.”WNEP: PennDOT Unveils Plans for Paving in 2017Inside PennDOT’s maintenance shed near Ashley, Governor Wolf helped announce the year’s construction projects in northeastern Pennsylvania totaling more than $600 million worth of contracts. “If we don’t have good roads, if we don’t have open roads or bridges that can take the loads that need to go on them, then our businesses will suffer,” said the governor.PA Homepage: Sunshine, Flowers, and Construction: Governor Wolf Unveils New Projects Coming SoonToday Governor Wolf unveiled $639 million worth of projects in the six counties of northeastern Pennsylvania. The work will touch virtually every major roadway in our region. For some, this news has been a long time coming, but it is still welcome news. Infrastructure, Round-Up, The Blog, Transportation Yesterday, Governor Tom Wolf traveled to northeastern Pennsylvania to join representatives from PennDOT to launch the 2017 construction season and announce major investments in infrastructure. The projects announced yesterday will be in PennDOT’s District 4 which includes Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming counties.“Residents throughout the region are going to see more work this year than they’ve seen in a very, very long time,” Governor Wolf said. “Bridges are being replaced, roads are being paved, and our transportation system is being improved. Communities throughout Pennsylvania are going to see these improvements and today I’m thrilled to recognize the investments being made District 4.”District 4 projects highlighted during the announcement include:more than 300 miles of roadway that will be paved or resurfaced by PennDOT personnel;an additional 133 miles of roadway that will be paved or resurfaced by private industry;approximately 600 miles of roadway that will be crack sealed or repaired;104 bridges that will be either repaired or replaced;86 safety enhancement projects.Take a look at the coverage: April 06, 2017 By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
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Schultz, Seidler score IMCA Modified wins at Cactus ClashYUMA, Ariz. (Feb. 3-4) – Brian Schultz had never won a feature the way he did before Friday night at Cocopah Speedway while Marlyn Seidler continued his Arizona success in Saturday’s IMCA Modified Cactus Clash headliner.Schultz motored his way to the front from 15th starting and passed Tim Ward coming to the checkers to win the opening night event at Yuma. Seidler reeled in leader Leland Hibdon, took charge following a mid-race restart and held off all challengers following a series of late yellows on night two.Both checkers were good for $1,000 and put the winners on the ballot for the upcoming Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.Ward had moved to a lower line before Schultz eked ahead to lead “maybe the last 100 feet.”“That was my first time doing that. I have never passed anybody that late in a race to take the win,” said Schultz. “I hadn’t even cleared Tim before I took the checkers.”The 13th starting Seidler, 14th starting Spencer Wilson and Scott Sluka rounded out the top five in the 20-lapper. Brett Simala worked his way from 18th on the initial grid to sixth.“I told myself I had a lot of laps to make things happen,” said Schultz, who ran second to Seidler in their “B” race. “I went on the bottom all the way around early, then to the top in (turns) one and two for the middle of the race, then to the top side all the way around toward the end.”Seidler’s Saturday night checkers came from the inside row two start. After chasing down Hibdon for the front spot, he had to deny a bid by Ward before getting some distance on the competition.“We’ve been coming to Arizona since about 2010 and have won quite a few times,” Seidler said following IMCA career win number 80.“You don’t see a lot of gray hair in race cars any more, especially in Modifieds, and I’ve got a head full of it,” added Seidler, who won a pair of track championships last season in his home state of North Dakota at the age of 63. “It’s always a big deal for us when we can come here and win.”Hibdon, Ryan McDaniel, Ward and Schultz completed the top five.Cactus Clash IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winners were Tony Hill and Elijah Zevenbergen.Hill took Friday honors in front of Manny Baldiviez and Thomas Daffern. Zevenbergen lined up last in the Saturday field and beat Hill and Baldiviez across the stripe.Jason George and Chris Toth paced Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod features. George, Kyle Smith and Miles Morris made up Friday’s top three. James Dupre bounced back from a tough opening night to finish second behind Toth on Saturday, with Austin Kiefer third.Craig Ebers, Jim Robinson and Joshua Cordova ran 1-2-3 in Friday’s IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock headliner. Adolfo Noriega won on Saturday, ahead of Scott Shaw and Scott Jeffery.Feb. 3 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Brian Schultz; 2. Tim Ward; 3. Marlyn Seidler; 4. Spencer Wilson; 5. Scott Sluka; 6. Brett Simala; 7. Joseph Altig; 8. Walter Ball; 9. Steve McCollough; 10. Brent Schlafmann; 11. Garrett Funk; 12. R. Royce Henry; 13. Duane Rogers; 14. Bill Miller; 15. Keith Altig; 16. Ty Rogers; 17. Bobby Horton; 18. Mike Corning; 19. Jeremy Thornton; 20. Kelsie Foley; 21. Michael Martin; 22. Terry Haven; 23. Ross Statham.Stock Cars – 1. Tony Hill; 2. Manny Baldiviez; 3. Thomas Daffern; 4. Elijah Zevenbergen; 5. Troy Jerovetz; 6. Steven Kihle ; 7. Jimmy Davy; 8. Henry Buijnorouski; 9. Joe Haines ; 10. George Fronsman.Hobby Stocks – 1. Craig Ebers; 2. Jim Robinson; 3. Joshua Cordova; 4. Scott Shaw; 5. Mike Erwin; 6. Jason Beshears; 7. Jeffrey Callis; 8. Harvey Quinn.Northern SportMods – 1. Jason George; 2. Kyle Smith; 3. Miles Morris; 4. Joshua Cordova; 5. Corey Clayton; 6. Charles Hunt; 7. Adolfo Noriega; 8. Ron Poe; 9. Dale Irby; 10. Chris Toth; 11. James Dupre.Feb. 4 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Seidler; 2. Leland Hibdon; 3. Ryan McDaniel; 4. Ward; 5. Schultz; 6. Thornton; 7. Duane Cleveland; 8. Sluka; 9. Funk; 10. McCollough; 11. Jason Briese; 12. Garth Dushanek; 13. Foley; 14. Jacob Hobscheidt; 15. Simala; 16. Mitchell Niemi; 17. Schlafmann; 18. Cole Petersen; 19. Henry; 20. Ball; 21. Douglas Rivera; 22. Altig; 23. Miller; 24. Rogers.Stock Cars – 1. Zevenbergen; 2. Hill; 3. Baldiviez; 4. Daffern; 5. Fronsman; 6. Kihle; 7. Haines; 8. Davy; 9. Buijnorouski; 10. Jerovetz.Hobby Stocks – 1. Adolfo Noriega; 2. Shaw; 3. Scott Jeffery; 4. Beshears; 5. Robinson; 6. Ashley Hunt; 7. Brent Wofford; 8. Mike Erwin; 9. Callis.Northern SportMods – 1. Toth; 2. Dupre; 3. Austin Kiefer; 4. George; 5. Smith; 6. Hunt; 7. Troy Jerovetz; 8. Noriega; 9. Clayton; 10. Crystal Hemphill; 11. Allen Webb; 12. Steven Daffern; 13. Poe.