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Real estate transactions for issue of Oct. 23, 2018

16th Ward Julie Scarpo to Lisa Zosky at 3202 Jane St. for $221,000. Hajjah Holdings LLC to Fergal and Sarah McAndrew at 2619 Josephine St. for $205,000. Hajjah Holdings LLC to... — Updated 10/22/2018


Real estate transfers for issue of Sept. 11

16th Ward Estate of Dennis Scott Habowski to Anthony Weisenburger at 2909 Josephine St. for $92,000. Sharon Rush et al. to James Rush at 2810 Shelly St. for $1 (state deed transfer... — Updated 9/11/2018


New chief sworn in for Mt. Oliver Boro, new budget passes

The swearing in by Mayor James Cassidy of acting police chief Matthew Juzwick as the borough's new police chief highlighted the Dec. 15 meeting of Mount Oliver council. He has been... — Updated 12/22/2014


Boro council fires police chief, hears of safety concerns

Frank Mosesso was fired as the Mount Oliver police chief by a 4-1 vote by the borough council at its Nov. 17 meeting. Voting to fire Mr. Mosesso were President Darnell Sains, Amber McGough, Dave Lowe, and Nick Viglione. Frank... — Updated 11/24/2014


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... — Updated 6/23/2014


Mt. Oliver swears in new councilwoman, acting police chief

Mount Oliver Mayor James Cassidy kept his swearing-in skills sharp by administering the oath of office twice during the April 15 council meeting: to the new Acting Chief, Sergeant Matt Juzwick, and to new council member Vanessa... — Updated 4/22/2013

 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Mt. Oliver 'fortunate' to have their police officers according to evaluation

The findings of a review and evaluation of the Mount Oliver Police Department are a mixed bag of compliments and criticism for the department and borough officials. The report, prepared by Chief Michael E. Mastroianni (Ret.) of... — Updated 4/6/2013


Borough council approves settlement, Michener receives $50K from lawsuit

Mount Oliver council President Betty “Billie” Michener’s civil rights lawsuit against the borough and past and present members of council was settled for $50,000 by three “yes” votes of the seven-member council on Feb. 18... — Updated 2/25/2013


Mt. Oliver settles lawsuit with council president

The last order of business at the Feb. 18 Mount Oliver council meeting is the lead story: the $50,000 settlement of the civil rights lawsuit of council President Billie Michener. The vote to approve the settlement was three yes... — Updated 2/25/2013


Boro officials concerned with methane gas in Church Avenue property

The retirement of the street commissioner, a methane gas leakage in a home’s garage, and a request for more information on the ambulance service were among the topics at the Nov. 19 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Councilman John... — Updated 11/28/2012


Boro council discusses park clean up,

Upcoming borough events like “Crank it at the Clock” and “Redd-Up Day” were discussed at the Oct. 15 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. The meeting began with Mayor James... — Updated 10/23/2012


Boro considers attaching rent payments of landlords, reduce number of planning commission members

Animal cruelty, a so-called "three-quarters house," and a proposed ordinance reducing the number of planning commission members were among the topics at the Nov. 21 Mount Oliver council meeting. All seven council members were in...


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