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District 4 field grows

Richard Weaver, 66, of Brookline has announced he will enter the Democratic Primary race for Pittsburgh City Council District 4. He joins four previously announced candidates for the seat currently held by Councilman Jim Motznik who has decided to...

 

Hilltop Lions award scholarships to Carrick High School seniors

The Pittsburgh Hilltop Lions Club presented two $500 scholarships at the May 28 Carrick High School Award breakfast.  The scholarship winners are Samantha Stupak and McKencie Barrett, both seniors at Pittsburgh Carrick High School. They were...

 

Boro receives state grants

State Rep. Harry Readshaw recently faciliated grants for the Borough of Mount Oliver of $65,000 and $10,000 to be used for a new roof on the Borough Building and surveillance cameras and computers...

 

Bon Air Grant

State Representative Harry Readshaw (center) recently presented the Bon Air Civic Association with a grant for $5000 that will be used to support community activities, the BACC newsletter and the...

 

Chief's contract renewed, residents continue to ask questions in Mt. Oliver

It was another overflow crowd at the April 16 meeting of Mt. Oliver Council, during which it was announced that the contract of police Chief Frank Mosesso had been extended through Dec. 31, 2010. The vote was 5 to 0, with council members Don...

 

Mount Oliver police are here to serve boro's people

I would like to take a moment to acknowledge all the Mount Oliver Borough residents and all of the Mount Oliver Borough business owners for their outstanding dedication and service to this borough. Without each and everyone's support this borough...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    March 27, 2007

Coup changes leadership in Mt. Oliver Boro

Cassidy in, Cornelius out in leading borough council Mount Oliver Borough Council President Don Cornelius lost control of last week's monthly business meeting of council. Then he lost control of the body in a late-night coup March 19 in which he was...

 

Police chief serves us well

Reading this report (Boro residents, businesses concerned over status of chief, South Pittsburgh Reporter, February 27) has driven me to comment, something I have never done in the ten years that I have been a resident of the Borough of Mount...

 

Boro residents, businesses concerned over status of chief

A few Mount Oliver residents and business owners have recently complained that they did not know when the borough council business meetings were held. Council president Don Cornelius noted council meetings have been conducted on the third Monday...

 

Mount Oliver receives good news, grant money, canine now on duty

Mount Oliver mayor Jeff Repasky reported a couple of “good news” items for borough council at the most recent municipal meeting on July 17. Mayor Repasky announced the borough has received a $25,0...

 

Hill Top Lions grow with additional five members

The Hill Top Lions Club welcomed five new members at their March 9 meeting. Allegheny County Lions District Governor James Brubaker attended the meeting to install new members Robert Minsterman, Mary...

 

Former councilman questions officials on Mt. Oliver tax increase

Mount Oliver council held its first regular monthly business meeting of 2006 with four new members in place: James Caylor, Peter Talak, Christine Brendel and John Smith. However, a former member also showed up at the meeting in council chambers on Br...

 

Mt. Oliver residents concerned with nuisance properties, bars in borough

It's Groundhog Day every day for one resident on Freemont Street in Mount Oliver borough, A woman complained during the public hearing portion of the monthly borough council meeting on October 17 that abandoned houses on her street have created...

 

Mount Oliver 'signed up' for crime watch

29th Ward Block Watch coordinator JoAnn Hermann presents a Block Watch sign for the Mount Oliver business district to borough Police Chief Frank Mosesso, Mayor John Smith and Ralph Woods, president...

 

Boro increases taxes, takes aggressive action to prosecute scofflaws

Property taxes are going up from 11 to 12 mills in Mount Oliver borough in 2005. Council unanimously passed the rate increase during its Dec. 20 meeting as part of the municipal budget that was adopted for next year. The municipal spending plan for...

 

Police, pensions may require boro to increase taxes

Mount Oliver residents want borough council to maintain a high police presence in the community. Sunday Button of the Mount Oliver Neighborhood Watch said there seems to be less police presence in her neighborhood in recent months. She calls the...

 

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