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Articles from the November 3, 2020 edition

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Remember David McIntyre

Do you remember David McIntyre? On November 1, 2015 David and his brother CJ were playing video games in the living room of their south Pittsburgh home. Their mother Amanda and grandfather were in...

 

City launches Clean and Lien Team to address blighted properties

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works has launched a "Clean and Lien" team to address blighted properties citywide.  Clean and Liens occur once a property owner has been notified of an...

 

Three killed, one wounded in shootings on Beltzhoover Avenue

Pittsburgh Bureau of Police officers responded to a report of multiple shooting victims on Beltzhoover Avenue near Edgemont Street around 9:10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31. Zone 3 officers found four...

 

City launches a new Health, Safety and Violence Prevention Initiative

Mayor William Peduto has announced policing and social services changes in the City of Pittsburgh to help ensure that all residents have the right resources and responders when facing crises. Working...

 

City announces blue recycling bins coming this fall

Mayor William Peduto has announced plans to distribute 32-gallon blue curbside recycling bins to city residents as part of the Bureau of Environmental Services' first phase bin distribution. The...

 

City and PWSA seeking proposals for innovative citywide stormwater management master plan

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) and the City of Pittsburgh have announced plans to release a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop a comprehensive stormwater master plan for...

 

Historic review hearings

The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearings in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 2016 E. Carson Street, Gina and Steven...

 

BikePGH will be giving away bike lights in South Side on November 4

Daylight saving time ended at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1 and with it follows the dreaded shorter days and longer nights. But the time change doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy commuting! Biking is a great way to get through the dark-before-six blues. On...

 

Police procedures, policies and changes discussed at Zone 3

Police policies and procedures, changes in training policies and actions that reduce concerns with policing, and ways in which the community can continue to serve as partners with the police were...

 

Plans outlined for SouthSide Works at South Side council DAM meeting

The fourth virtual development activities meeting (DAM) of the South Side Community Council (SSCC) featured presentations on three proposed South Side projects. The Zoom video conference was held on Oct. 22. The projects are the town square...

 

Mt. Oliver Boro monthly updates

The October meeting of the Mt. Oliver Borough Council meeting began with a series of approvals to authorize payments. Payments included: $4,248.90 to Michael Facchiano for additional paving work on An...

 

PWSA continues suspension of water shutoffs through March 31 of 2021

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority's Board of Directors has adopted a resolution to continue the suspension of water shutoffs through March 31, 2021. This extension follows the timeline of...

 

Mt. Oliver Housing Court case for November 10

The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court cases are scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 10:30 a .m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King's Courtroom: • Frank Sciulli, 224 Stamm Avenue, Mt....

 

Fence not a black and white issue for Mt. Oliver Council

The old proverb stating "Good fences make good neighbors" was put to the test at the October meeting of the Mt. Oliver Borough Council when Jeff Friday complained about getting a violation letter for...

 

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