Congressman Leonard Lance

Representing the 7th District of New Jersey
  • Lance Brings News of $1.5 Million STEM Award to UCC

    Congressman Lance today visited the Cranford campus of Union County College to congratulate the school on receiving a $1.5 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
  • Lance: $292,169 in Federal Grants Coming to Quakertown, Clinton and High Bridge Fire Departments

    Congressman Lance visited the Quakertown Fire Department to announce three Hunterdon County fire companies are receiving a total of $292,169 in grants through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). These funds will be used to enhance the safety of the public and firefighters with respect to fire-related hazards. Lance visited the department today to talk about the priorities for the grant funding with the leadership of the three departments. Lance secured more than $1 million in grant funds this year for fire companies across New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District.
  • Lance Speaks with Readington Middle School 8th Grade

    Congressman Lance took questions from the eight grade class on government and current events.
  • Lance: Feds Loan Frenchtown Safe Water Funds

    Congressman Lance visited Frenchtown this morning to tour the wastewater treatment facility project financed in part by a federal loan made available through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA is the federal entity responsible for merit-based rural development and has approved a loan of $434,000.00 for the Frenchtown wastewater treatment facility. Lance has voted to fund the USDA at higher levels to manage important projects related to water safety.
  • Lance Presented with ‘Excellence in Government Award’ By New Jersey Aviation Association

    Congressman Lance received the ‘Excellence in Government Award’ by New Jersey Aviation Association this week. The NJAA selected Lance because of his strong record of achievement on aviation issues, especially fighting on behalf of Somerset County pilots grounded by flight restrictions around Bedminster during visits by the President and his support for the recent Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Authorization Act.