Thursday, June 29, 2017 from 7:45 AM to 9:30 AM EDT
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Radisson Hotel Harrisburg
1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Camp Hill, PA 17011

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  • 7:45-8:15 a.m. -- Networking & Coffee
  • 8:15-9:30 a.m. -- Breakfast served and Speaker remarks.


--$45 per person


Jason Wagner
Pennsylvania Highway Information Association (PHIA)
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PHIA Policy Leaders Breakfast Series Featuring Rep. Mike Sturla

Rep. Sturla is Chairman of the House Democratic Policy Committee and sponsor of legislation requiring municipalities relying on State Police coverage pay a fee for those services.

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Want to list your company as a sponsor for this event?  Contact PHIA for more information on sponsorship opportunities.  Details are below.

The Pennsylvania Highway Information Association (PHIA) will host another policy briefing breakfast on June 29, 2017, featuring House Democratic Policy Committee Chiarman Rep. Mike Sturla. 

Rep. Michael Sturla is state representative for the 96th Legislative District in Lancaster and was born and raised in Lancaster County.  He began his public service in 1987 when he was elected to Lancaster City Council. He also served as a member of the Lancaster County Planning Commission in 1990 until his election to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1991. For the past 25 years, Mike has diligently served the citizens of the 96th District, which includes Lancaster City and parts of Lancaster Township and Manheim Township.

Throughout his legislative career, Mike has served on a variety of House standing committees, including Appropriations, Transportation, Health, Education, Urban Affairs, and Aging.  In 2009, he was elected by his Democratic colleagues to the leadership position of Democratic Policy Committee chairman. He has been re-elected to this post for each subsequent session. In this role, he is instrumental in crafting the caucus' policy agenda.

Mike is author of House Bill 959 which would address the inequities of Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and patrols.  His bill would create "The State Police Municipal Patrol Services Act" and require municipalities relying on PSP for part-time and full-time coverage to pay a fee for those services.  Rep. Sturla has been a long-time advocate for the restoration of highway funds and reducing the amount of monies coming from the state Motor License Fund for State Police operations.


The following Breakfast Series Sponsorships are available:

  • This event AND Entire 2017 Breakfast Series -- $1,000
  • Single breakfast sponsorship -- $250

If you want to sponsor this or other PHIA Events, please contact the PHIA Office at 717-236-6021.