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Municipal News

By Jill Brown

Mayor Gerald Jackson kicked off the March 9 Belle Vernon Council meeting with praise for his city crews, saying, "The firemen did a good job with the flood situation. They don't get the credit [they deserve] sometimes." He continued, stating, "Our roads were clear. You could see the dividing lines. The road crew did a very good job with that."

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State Senator Matt Smith (D-Allegheny/Washington) and Bethel Park officials met with County Executive Rich Fitzgerald to take a closer look at Brightwood Road and talk about county plans to reconstruct the road later this year.

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By J.R. Brower

A resident who travels Justabout Road on a regular basis told Peters Township Council that a section of the roadway is hazardous. At their February 9 meeting, Ed Courtney of Springdale Road relayed to Council that there are drop-offs along the road as deep as 18 inches that have reached the stage of becoming quite treacherous.

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By J.R. Brower

Representatives of the local Pennsylvania Equine Council were granted permission by the Nottingham Township Board of Supervisors to use the municipal building for a meeting on Saturday, March 15. The all-day meeting with workshops, which will begin at 7:30 a.m., will be open to the general public, and will be attended by area equine group members interested in improving the horse riding trails in Mingo Park.

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By Miranda Startare

Ice and road salt were the focus of much of the Feb. 3rd New Eagle Council Meeting. With a cold and messy winter still dragging on, Council commended the street department for doing such a great job. Council assured residents that salt supplies are continually being replenished, and a plentiful 800 tons of salt will be ordered for next season.

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