Bill Signing, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today signed six bills into law, including:Act 91 – House Bill 777, sponsored by Rep. Grove, allows for additional prescription drug assistance programs for seniors (PACE and PACENET) cardholders to retain benefits, which they would otherwise have lost as a result of Social Security cost-of-living increases.Act 92 – House Bill 1322, sponsored by Rep. Kaufer, makes various amendments to the Public Welfare Code, including changing the name of the Public Welfare Code to the Human Services Code.Act 93 – House Bill 1332, sponsored by Rep. Godshall, makes necessary updates to the Public Pension Program administered by the State Employees Retirement System (SERS) and the Public School Employees Retirement System (PSERS) to maintain compliance with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rules.Act 94 – House Bill 1603, sponsored by Rep. Watson, brings Pennsylvania into compliance with changes that have been made to the federal Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA).Act 95 – House Bill 1735, sponsored by Rep. Maher, amends the Tobacco Product Manufacturer Directory Act (TPMA) by expanding the definition of “units sold” to include taxes on roll-your-own tobacco containers.Act 96 – House Bill 1736, sponsored by Rep. Krueger-Braneky, amends the Tobacco Settlement Agreement Act (TSSAA) by expanding the definition of “units sold” to include taxes on roll-your-own tobacco containers and the taxes collected on cigarettes sold without a tax stamp. Governor Wolf Signs Six Bills into Law December 28, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
View from a living room Nicole Bricknell in 2016 View from a bedroom View from the pool deckHer two-storey Cronin Island mansion is one of 39 prestige properties on the exclusive island.The luxury residence makes the most of its prestige riverfront position with spectacular views of the city skyline from almost every room.“I wanted to capture the view from every room of the house,” Ms Bricknell said. “And that is exactly what we have achieved.” Perrin was slotted for eight years in January 2016 for scamming $13.5 million.Opening up to ATG, Ms Bricknell said life was “great” — referring to her three children, successful real estate career and sprawling riverfront home.“I’m just happy and settled,” she said.“The kids are excellent and doing really well at school and university.” Ms Bricknell with Matthew Perrin in happier times Nicole Bricknell’s mansion on the Nerang River at Cronin IslandTHE ex-wife of disgraced former Billabong tycoon Matthew Perrin has put her multimillion-dollar Gold Coast property on the market.Nicole Bricknell is selling her dream house — the Surfers Paradise mansion she built after her ex-husband was jailed. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe Perrins — who made $57 million from their investment in Billabong — fell in love as teenagers and were long considered the Coast’s golden couple.While Ms Bricknell admits she has dated since her divorce in, the mother-of-three said she wasn’t officially seeing anyone.“Having quite a bit of time on your own you become quite independent,” she said.“Eventually someone will come along and the right person will come along.” Perfect spot for entertainingIt comes with a seemingly endless list of luxury features including a central glass atrium, billiard room, bar, entertaining terrace and butler’s pantry.The house was completed and ready for her family in April 2017.While it hasn’t been listed with a price, the highest sale on the street was $11 million in 2016.