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MAX PIEVSKY


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1967 Representative Democrat
1968 Representative Democrat
1969 Representative 174 Democrat
1970 Representative 174 Democrat
1971 Representative 174 Democrat
1972 Representative 174 Democrat
1973 Representative 174 Democrat
1974 Representative 174 Democrat
1975 Representative 174 Democrat
1976 Representative 174 Democrat
1977 Representative 174 Democrat
1978 Representative 174 Democrat
1979 Representative 174 Democrat
1980 Representative 174 Democrat
1981 Representative 174 Democrat
1982 Representative 174 Democrat
1983 Representative 174 Democrat
1984 Representative 174 Democrat
1985 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
1986 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
1987 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
1988 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
1989 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
1990 Representative Majority Appropriations Committee Chairman 174 Democrat
 Counties   Philadelphia

Biography

07/04/1925 -

PIEVSKY, Max, a Representative from Philadelphia County; born in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa., July 4, 1925; graduated, Central High School; attended, School of Business Administration; former constable, 54th Ward (1957-1970); Special Investigator, State Department of Revenue; chair, 54th Ward Democratic Executive Committee; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1967 term and served 11 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, chair, Democratic Appropriations Committee (1987-1990); appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1975-1978); appointed, board, Pennsylvania School Employees’ Retirement System (1983-1990); not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1991 term; appointed, Delaware River Port Authority (1994-1996).