Congratulations to Rep. Comitta! From the Pennsylvania Library Association:
Mechanicsburg, PA (October 15, 2020) – Each year, the Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) honors the service of their members, as well as those community volunteers, who go above and beyond the call of duty to support the work of libraries throughout the commonwealth.
The Pennsylvania Library Association is honored to present the 2020 Elected Official Award to Representative Carolyn Comitta of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 156th Legislative District, Chester County.
For over 45 years, Representative Carolyn Comitta has been an advocate of libraries, whether an elementary school teacher advocating for her school library, an avid user of her local public library in West Chester, or a voice in support of funding for all public libraries in Pennsylvania.
Ms. Comitta started her political career in West Chester. As a Borough Council member, she supported the increase of funding for the West Chester Public Library. When she became a two-term Mayor of West Chester, PA, she backed many library projects, was especially active in the local summer reading programs, and always made room in her schedule for a library event.
When Ms. Comitta moved to the state-wide political arena, she maintained her commitment to libraries….
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