Senator Martin Opens Lancaster District Office, Adds Staff

HARRISBURG – Senator Scott Martin (R-13) has opened a district office in downtown Lancaster and hired several staff to ensure the needs of local communities are addressed.

The district office, located on the 3rd floor of the Historic Post Office Building at 48-50 West Chestnut Street (Suite 308), Lancaster, PA 17603, will serve as a point of contact for community residents who have questions or concerns about government services and agencies. Martin encourages constituents to stop by the office or call (717) 397-1309 if he can offer assistance with any problem pertaining to state government.

Martin opened an office in Harrisburg last month. His staff at the two offices will include:

  • Terry Trego, who will serve as Chief of Staff. Trego earned a Doctorate in Education from Immaculata University and was previously the Executive Director of the Republican Committee of Lancaster County. Most recently, he was the Social Studies Supervisor in the Hempfield School District.
  • Cindy Lonergan, who will serve as Legislative Director. Lonergan is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Millersville University and was an educator at Penn Manor High School since 2007. She also previously served as Acting Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs for the PA Department of Revenue and Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Commonwealth.
  • Angie Eichelberger, who will serve as District Director. Eichelberger last worked for Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman. Prior to that, she worked for Senator Martin at the County of Lancaster during his two terms as County Commissioner and for Senators Noah W. Wenger and Michael W. Brubaker.  Angie is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University.
  • Jill Heintzelman, who will fill the role of Executive Secretary. Heintzelman has worked for the Senate for more than three years in Senator Elder Vogel’s office.  Before coming to the Senate, she worked for the Milton Hershey School Alumni Association (a non-profit organization) for 17 years under the direction of a volunteer Board.
  • Lisa Haldy, who will serve as Constituent Services Specialist. Haldy has worked in a similar capacity for Senators Gibson Armstrong and Lloyd Smucker for 20 years. Lisa has a Bachelor of the Arts degree in History from Millersville University.
  • Marc Pugliese, who will serve as a Legislative Assistant. A 2015 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, Pugliese spent the last few years building experience in fields that revolve around Pennsylvania’s legislative process including government relations, public policy and campaign-related positions. Most recently he worked on behalf of the Pennsylvania House Republican Campaign Committee for the 2016 General Election.

Some of the services offered at the district office will include:

  • Assistance with preparations of Property Tax/Rent Rebate claim forms.
  • Information and help with problems with insurance programs, such as Medical Assistance and CHIP.
  • Voter registration forms.
  • Requests for birth and death certificates.
  • Fishing and hunting information.
  • Information on financial assistance for higher education.
  • Citations from the Pennsylvania Senate for notable local accomplishments and family milestones.
  • PennDOT forms for special tags and driver and vehicle services.
  • Informational brochures and booklets.
  • Pennsylvania Personal Income Tax forms.
  • Pennsylvania road maps.
  • Requests for copies of legislation, bills and regulations.
  • Requests for literature for students and senior citizens.
  • Arranging tours of the State Capitol for individuals or groups.
  • Unemployment compensation issues.

CONTACT:  Angie Eichelberger (717) 397-1309

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