Congressman Leonard Lance

Representing the 7th District of New Jersey
  • Lance Brings Small Business Admin to Downtown Westfield

    Congressman Lance visited the new Farinolio Bakery on East Broad Street in Westfield this week with Alfred J. Titone, the New Jersey District Director for the U.S. Small Business Administration. The group toured several businesses and met with the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce and discussed issues important to economic development.
  • Lance in Somerville Delivers Another Grant for Local Fire

    Congressman Lance visited the historic Somerville Fire Department Museum this week to relay the news of FEMA awarding a $185,000 grant to the department.
  • Lance Visits Flemington - Raritan First Aid & Rescue Squad With News of Federal Grant

    Congressman Lance announced the $75k FEMA grant Tuesday.
  • Lance with March of Dimes Announces Legislation to Improve Infant Health

    Congressman Lance recently met with the leadership of the March of Dimes to discuss H.R. 6085, the Prematurity Research Expansion and Education for Mothers who deliver Infants Early (PREEMIE) Reauthorization Act, legislation to reduce infant deaths related to premature births. The legislation has been introduced by Lance and Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (CA-18) to specifically expand research, education and intervention activities aimed at preventing premature births.
  • Lance Visits Parks & Rec in Hunterdon

    Congressman Lance stopped by the Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation this week at the Hunterdon County Arboretum to meet with the division staff and view the American Bald Eagle displayed in division headquarters. The Parks & Rec department requested Lance’s assistance in securing an American Bald Eagle from the National Wildlife Property Repository. After an eagle died of natural causes, the division’s application was considered and the eagle was received by the county. It is on display at the Arboretum on Route 31. The department is run by Daniel Bush, who also serves as Mayor of Holland Township. Hunterdon Prosecutor Anthony Kearns and County Surrogate Susan Hoffman also attended.