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House Bill 2072; Regular Session 2013-2014

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An Act designating a portion of County Line Road separating Montgomery County and Bucks County as the SP4 Ronald C. Smith Memorial Highway; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 233 from the northern corporate limits of Newville Borough to the Cumberland County and Perry County line as the Sergeant Timothy L. Hayslett Memorial Highway; designating a bridge on that portion of US 22/US 322 Eastbound over Interstate 81, Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County, as the Chief Warrant Officer Matthew Ruffner Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 12 in Alsace Township, Berks County, as the Special Warfare Operator Chief (SEAL) Lance M. Vaccaro Highway; designating the bridge on State Route 3023, Johns Road, Johnstown, Cambria County, as the Clara Barton Memorial Bridge; designating the bridge located on State Route 1003, Old York Road, over the Pennsylvania Turnpike, in Fairview Township, York County, as the Staff Sergeant Guy E. Shelley Memorial Bridge; designating the portion of State Route 51, known as Fleming Park Road, that intersects with Coraopolis Road in Kennedy Township, Allegheny County, as the Captain Sean M. Ruane Memorial Highway; designating the bridge crossing the Lackawanna River along 8th Avenue, also known as U.S. Business Route 6, in downtown Carbondale, Lackawanna County, as the 109th Infantry Bridge; designating State Bridge No. 53-0054-0290-0143 carrying S.R. 54 in Mahanoy Township, Schuylkill County, over the Reading and Northern Railroad, as the Cornelius McElhenny Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 66 over the Kiskiminetas River, Leechburg Borough, Armstrong County, as the Veterans Memorial Bridge; redesignating Concord Road (S.R. 3007) in Chester Township, Delaware County, as Judge Robert A. Wright Memorial Road; designating Whitaker Avenue from its intersection with Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia City, Philadelphia County, to the point where it meets East Erie Avenue in Philadelphia City, Philadelphia County, as the 65th Infantry "Borinqueneers" Avenue; designating the section of State Route 45, from the intersection of State Route 26, Segment 0140, Offset 0000, in Pine Grove Mills, Centre County, to U.S. Business Route 322, Segment 0240, Offset 0000, in Boalsburg, Centre County, as the Sergeant Adam Hartswick Interchange; designating a bridge on that portion of 17th Street over State Route 56 in Windber Borough, Somerset County, as the Trooper Joseph Sepp Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of State Route 30 in Philadelphia County as the Betty Ann Townes Memorial Highway; designating a bridge in Greene County as the Lieutenant Colonel Cephus Lee Roupe Memorial Bridge; and designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 2020 over Interstate 81 in the Borough of Dunmore, Lackawanna County, as the 2nd Lieutenant Carol Ann Drazba and Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge.
Actions:
PN 3097
Referred to TRANSPORTATION, March 10, 2014
Reported as committed, April 30, 2014
First consideration, April 30, 2014
Laid on the table, April 30, 2014
Removed from table, May 5, 2014
Second consideration, May 6, 2014
Re-committed to APPROPRIATIONS, May 6, 2014
Re-reported as committed, May 6, 2014
Third consideration and final passage, May 7, 2014 (198-0)
In the Senate
Referred to TRANSPORTATION, May 16, 2014
PN 3632
Reported as amended, June 4, 2014
First consideration, June 4, 2014
Second consideration, June 16, 2014
PN 3763
Amended on third consideration, June 17, 2014
PN 3839
Amended on third consideration, June 24, 2014
(Remarks see Senate Journal Page 1961), June 24, 2014
Third consideration and final passage, June 25, 2014 (50-0)
In the House
Referred to RULES, June 25, 2014
PN 3880
Re-reported on concurrence, as amended, June 27, 2014
House concurred in Senate amendments, as amended by the House, June 27, 2014 (201-0)
(Remarks see House Journal Page 1006), June 27, 2014
In the Senate
Referred to RULES AND EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS, June 28, 2014
Re-reported on concurrence, as committed, June 29, 2014
Senate concurred in House amendments to Senate amendments, June 30, 2014 (50-0)
Signed in House, June 30, 2014
Signed in Senate, June 30, 2014
Presented to the Governor, July 1, 2014
Approved by the Governor, July 2, 2014
Act No. 103
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