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Municipal News

By Jill Brown

At the June 11 Donora Council meeting, residents spoke up about their concerns with the condition of their hometown. They even offered solutions to fix it.


By J.R. Brower

Following some neighbors' complaints to the mayor's office, Canonsburg Borough Council will set up a committee to look more closely at a local concrete company's hours of operation. A motion to deviate from the borough code on the hours of operation (7 a.m. – 6 p.m.) was considered and set aside for further study at the Canonsburg Borough Council meeting on June 8. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

Many residents of Nottingham Township as well as some Peters residents attended an informal public conference held on Wednesday afternoon, May 20 at the Peters Township Recreation Center. Held by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the topic of discussion was a pending application by RAM Mining LLC to operate a deep coal mine beneath 61 acres of land primarily in Nottingham Township, with a smaller portion in Peters.


By Miranda Startare

Multiple Carroll Twp. residents voiced a shared complaint during the public forum of the May 5 Carroll Twp. supervisors' meeting.


By J.R. Brower

On May 18, after receiving a request letter from Christine Brant, 106 Dyers Stone Drive, Eighty Four, the Nottingham Township Board of Supervisors formally approved her appointment to the Nottingham Township Recreation Board. Brandt had been serving as an alternate member. She will complete the remainder of a term ending January, 2018. Read more...



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