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Articles from the June 24, 2014 edition

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Sains takes reins in borough, Michener resigns presidency

A new council president, vice-president, and committee assignments headlined the June 16 meeting of Mount Oliver Borough council. The meeting began with a newspaper reporter asking about former police Chief Frank Mosesso, who was charged with theft,...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    June 24, 2014

Mt. Washington residents express concern over Grandview Avenue

The Mount Washington Community Development Corporation’s (MWCDC) June community forum featured a light agenda and an opportunity for community questions and answers. Ilyssa Manspeizer, MWCDC executive director, provided an update on what some of th...

 

Real Estate transactions for issue of 6/24/14

16th Ward BAT Holdings 2 LLC to ACM Vision 5 LLC at 800 Fisher St. for $16,868. Moonjeong Kim to Ralph Edward Hardt Jr. at 2334 Fox Way for $187,975. Paul Kolesar Jr. to Paul Scarsella Jr. and Courtney King at 2423 Jane St. for $218,000. Christy...

 

Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Wednesday, June 25, at 8:00 a.m. in Pittsburgh Municipal Court: • Matthew Bosetti, 2259 Lynnbrook Avenue, 19th Ward, Continued Code 116.1. • Lisa A. and Mark Siyufy, 2760 Amman Street, 19th...

 

Zone 3 Public Safety Council has a senior focus at new venue

Reflecting its venue of the South Hills Retirement Residence, the June 18 Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting focused largely on seniors. It began with public safety council president Ken Wolfe announcing monthly public safety meetings would be held...

 

Free lunch for kids at Trinity Church

Free lunch is available to all kids age 18 and younger at theTrinity Lutheran Church, 601 Brownsville Road. There isn’t a fee for lunch and registration isn’t required. The meal is available from noon to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday until...

 

Area students make PSU list

South Pittsburgh area students earning Dean’s List honors at Pennsylvania State University for the last term included: Nicholas R. Bittner, University Park Campus; Tesia L. Clemons, University Park Campus; Mia C Coelho, University Park Campus;...

 

South Hills High School Class of 1974 reunion

South Hills High School Class of 1974 will be holding a Class Reunion on Saturday, Aug. 9, at the South Park Home Economics Building. Classmates will get together from 1-8 p.m. for beverages, reminiscing and catching up. Dinner will be served from 3-...

 

Rts. 51, 88 project updates at the Overbrook council meeting today

Overbrook Community Council public meeting on Tuesday, June 24, at 7 p.m. will provide updates on the Rt. 51 and Rt. 88 construction in Overbrook. Heath Butler and Steve Cowan from PennDOT will provide the updates. The meeting will be held at the...

 

Two from area PSU graduates

South Pittsburgh area students graduating from Pennsylvania State University include: Nicholas R. Bittner, University Park Campus, B S in Environmental Resource Management and Denzel D. Middleton, University Park Campus, B S in Biobehavioral...

 

Apply for fall Civic Leadership Academy now

Applications are open for the fall 2014 Civic Leadership Academy (CLA). This season, the CLA will designate half of its available slots for new Americans and recent immigrants as part of the City’s Welcoming Pittsburgh initiative. Pittsburgh...

 

Rates going up in authority garages

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has approved a series of adjustments in the daily and lease parking rates charged by the authority’s attended parking facilities. The action, implemented beginning August 1, increases prices at eight downtown garage...

 

Mayor wants changes in concert costs, clean-ups

“Enough is enough -- the continued trashing of our city has to stop,” Mayor William Peduto wrote in a statement concerning the Luke Bryant concert on the North Shore over the weekend. The mayor wrote that Pittsburgh is the cultural and economic...

 

Pothole response time going down

The city of Pittsburgh has cut its pothole response times nearly in half since launching its blitz in early April, and is getting nearer to its goal of addressing all such complaints in three days. From the launch of the pothole blitz April 3 through...

 

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