State Sen. Jim Ferlo (D-Pittsburgh) today reminded constituents about services provided through his local district office staff free of charge.
“Part of my responsibility as an elected official is to provide quality, helpful service to local citizens,” Ferlo said. “Apart from being open to their ideas and input on legislation and government issues, I want my constituents to have knowledge of and access to the wide range of available government programs and services.”
Some useful documents found at Ferlo’s district offices include PACE/PACENET and Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications; information on living wills, student financial assistance programs, and fishing and boating; Pennsylvania drivers’ and commercial drivers’ manuals and other PennDOT forms; birth certificate and notary applications; voter registration forms; state grant booklets; and booklets on veterans services.
“I encourage you to visit one of my offices to make sure that you are receiving all of the aid and assistance that you are eligible for,” Ferlo said. “My staff will gladly assist you in determining your eligibility and making sure your applications are filed correctly.”
Ferlo’s nearest district offices is located at 3519 Butler Street in Pittsburgh, just down the hill from our neighborhood. For more information on all of the services provided, visit Sen. Ferlo’s website.
Above photo of Sen. Ferlo in his Lawrenceville office, from an article in the Post-Gazette.