Meet Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar

State Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar represents the 69th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Bedford and Somerset Counties.

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The 69th Legislative District consists of part of SOMERSET County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Addison, Allegheny, Black, Brothersvalley, Conemaugh, Elk Lick, Fairhope, Greenville, Jefferson, Jenner, Larimer, Lincoln, Lower Turkeyfoot, Middlecreek, Milford, Northampton, Quemahoning, Shade, Somerset, Southampton, Stonycreek, Summit and Upper Turkeyfoot and the BOROUGHS of Addison, Benson, Berlin, Boswell, Callimont, Casselman, Central City, Confluence, Garrett, Hooversville, Indian Lake, Jennerstown, Meyersdale, New Baltimore, New Centerville, Rockwood, Salisbury, Seven Springs (Somerset County Portion), Shanksville, Somerset, Stoystown, Ursina and Wellersburg.

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Latest News

Metzgar Secures More Than $500,000 Grant for Local Volunteer Fire Company

Nov. 21, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar (R-Somerset/Bedford) announced today that New Centerville Rural Volunteer Fire Company will receive $519,156 in funding from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) for renovation and expansion of the Farmer’s and Thresherman’s Jubilee grounds.

Fallen Hero Honored Through Bridge Dedication

Oct. 19, 2022 /

NEW BALTIMORE–A local Vietnam War serviceman who died in the line of duty was honored on Saturday, Oct. 15, when a Bedford County bridge was dedicated in his memory.

Metzgar to Designate Memorial Bridge in Honor of Local Hero

Oct. 13, 2022 /

WHAT: The bridge located on T.R. 413 on Grasser Road in Juniata Township, Bedford County, over the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River at the intersection of New Baltimore Road, will be designated the Army Specialist Four Harold Phillip Grasser Memorial Bridge. Grasser, a Manns Choice native, was killed in action on April 30, 1968, during the Vietnam War at the South Vietnam Go Cong Province.

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