On Tuesday, October 5th at 6:30 pm., Senator Costa will hold a live Telephone Town Hall Meeting.
To listen live on your phone, computer or tablet: access.live/costa
To sign up from your phone, text SENCOSTA to 833-898-5483.
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WHAT TO BRING: All documents you no longer need that contain personal information including Social Security, credit card, and bank account numbers. Also bring credit card statements and applications, bank statements, cancelled checks, income tax forms, insurance records, medical and retirement/pension fund information. PAPER ONLY PLEASE. NO BINDERS, BINDER CLIPS OR BOOKS.
Consumer fraud and identity theft are a significant concern. To raise awareness and to promote prevention, I am hosting a shredding event to give individuals the opportunity to have unneeded documents destroyed FREE of charge. Document shredding will occur onsite with the shredded paper later to be recycled. This event is for individuals only, no businesses please. Three (3) box limit per car.
For more information, contact Senator Jay Costa’s office at 412-241-6690.
We are returning to the tradition of our annual veteran’s day luncheon. This year we will have it on Friday, November 12 at 12pm at the Wilkins Township Volunteer Fire Company #3 located at 109 Powell Street in East Pittsburgh.
If you are a veteran, please join us to celebrate you and honor your sacrifices for our nation. RSVP by calling our district office at 412-241-6690. Feel free to share this invitation to other veterans you know in our community!
Folks, if you need to purchase health insurance for 2022, you must visit Pennie before January 15. Shopping for plans and figuring out how to pay for them can be difficult, and that’s why I’ve partnered with Pennie to offer a free and virtual townhall. The Pennie experts will give us a presentation and then we’ll answer your questions. Many people are eligible for subsidies! Please join us on December 8 at 12pm from your home, office, car (if you’re not driving), out for a walk – wherever you are, you do not want to miss this helpful information.
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On Saturday May 5 from 9-11am, along with Rep. Jessica Benham, we will be holding a free shredding event.
Documents at this event will be shredded on-site by a reputable and bonded company. All papers must be loose, no binder clips or paper clips, and documents cannot be in binders.
With consumer fraud and identity theft continuing to be an issue, we are hosting these events to not only to raise awareness and promote prevention, but also to provide individuals with the opportunity to have unneeded, confidential documents destroyed free of charge. You may bring documents that contain personal information such as social security numbers, credit card numbers and bank account numbers.
Please consider also bringing a donation of unopened pet food and treats, toys, gift cards, or cleaning supplies for the Humane Animal Rescue. For a full list of items they can accept, please visit humaneanimalrescue.org.