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Municipal News

Are you or someone you know a resident of Elizabeth Borough and in need of home repair? There is help out there!

Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh (RTP) provides free home repairs, modifications, and renovations to create safe and livable houses and serves low-income homeowners, seniors, veterans, and people with permanent disabilities. RTP is currently seeking applications for free home repair for Elizabeth Borough residents.

To apply, Borough residents must have lived in their homes 3+ years, be up to date on real estate taxes/payment plans and qualify at or below 200% of the federal poverty guideline. Those looking to apply for home repairs, please call Director of Programs Katie McAuley at 412-247-2700 x 113 or email her at kmcauley@rtpittsburgh.org.

Volunteers and skilled tradespeople will also be needed for this new project. RTP will be hosting work days with volunteers as well as hiring contractors to complete the work. Those looking for volunteer opportunities or to be hired for professional work, please call Project Manager Andy Hromoko at 412-980-9463 or email him at andrew.hromoko@gmail.com.

Interested homeowners, volunteers, or tradespeople can learn more about this program at
Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh’s website https://www.rtpittsburgh.org/ with home repair applications available here: https://www.rtpittsburgh.org/apply.
Applications are due by Wednesday May 16 to qualify for home repairs. All home repair work will take place between now and September 2018.

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