The Senate voted unanimously this past Wednesday to pass the White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic Expansion Act, S.393. This legislation, cosponsored by Delaware Senators Coons and Carper and Pennsylvania Senator Casey will add nine more stream miles under the federal designation, the majority of which are located in Pennsylvania's New Garden Township.
It is now up to the House of Representatives to determine whether this bill will become law. The bill, if enacted by Congress, will provide added protection and enhanced conservation measures with out any added cost to tax payers. Pennsylvania Representative Pitts and Delaware Representative Carney are cosponsoring the House bill, H.R. 869. Please contact your representatives and let them know your support their actions.