Source: The NEWS of Delaware County
Date: September 28, 2006
Byline: Phyllis Edwards
Raymond, Woodman to face off in 162nd
What follows is an excerpt from the article.
Raymond said there are ways to measure his effectiveness as a legislator. He speaks at local schools, fire companies and American Legion posts.
"Another way is to measure on money brought back to the district. This year, $5 1/2 million to Tinicum Township in a matching state grant to buy the Lazaretto Building, the quarantine station that is probably one of the most historical buildings in the U.S., money to Tinicum Township to build a new fire and emergency services center, $2.3 million for Glenolden Borough to do improvements to the park and build a pedestrian walkway through there to establish a safe route to school.