PA State Planning Board Recommends COGs to address Infrastructure, Efficiency, and Community Revitalization Needs
The State Planning Board is an advisory board within the Governor’s Office. It was established by the Administrative Code of 1929 as re-enacted and amended. There are 25 members, including citizens, legislators and state department heads. In August 2017, it issued its most recent report in response to the Governor's charge to make recommendations on infrastructure, efficiency, and community revitalization.