Carper to Join Community Leaders to Discuss Major Water Infrastructure Bill Wins for Delaware

ELLENDALE/BETHANY BEACH, Del. – On Friday, Senator Tom Carper, (D-Del.), top Democrat on the Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, will discuss major wins for the state of Delaware in America’s Water Infrastructure Act –  a major bipartisan bill that Senator Carper co-authored to update and enhance our nation’s water infrastructure.
First, Senator Carper will visit Ellendale with Congresswoman Lisa Blunt-Rochester (D-Del.) to discuss the key provisions in the major water infrastructure bill to improve drinking water systems and waste water systems in the state and across the country. Senator Carper will then travel to Bethany Beach to discuss a new $75 million beach nourishment program for the Mid-Atlantic that he fought hard to get in the bill. The President will sign this legislation into law this week.  
WHO: Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., Ranking Member of the Senate EPW Committee
Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-Del.)
Faith Whaley, Chief Operating Officer of the Philadelphia Pentecostal Church
Bishop Major FosterPhiladelphia Pentecostal Church
Maria Payan, Socially Responsible Agricultural Project
Bethany Beach
Ted Becker, Mayor of Lewes
Jack Gordon, Mayor of Bethany Beach
Sara Booth, President Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce Board
Chris Bason, Executive Director of Center for Inland Bay
Philadelphia Pentecostal Church, 13724 S. Old State Road
Ellendale 19941
Bethany Beach
Bethany Bandstand, 114 Garfield Parkway
Bethany Beach 19930
Bethany Beach