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Municipal News

By J.R. Brower

At their June 15 meeting, the Nottingham Township Board of Supervisors heard from Joe Judeikis, 105 Mingo Church Road, who reported that a large number of feral cats have caused problems around his home. He said his wife was especially upset about the damage to their home and yard that they are causing. Read more...

By: Michelle Taylor

**DISCLAIMER - Please note the following article was written based on the secretarial notes forwarded to our staff member.

At a recent Elizabeth Township Council meeting, the meeting began with Elizabeth Township EMS Chris Dell announcing the poster contest winners from Mt. Vernon and Central Elementary schools. In 3rd place were Chad and Sidney, 2nd place was awarded to Rachel and Kaitlyn, and Savannah and Penelope took home first place. Winning posters will be hung in the municipal building. Congratulations, winners! Read more...

By J.R. Brower

In an effort to provide a community safety zone, Police Chief Harry Fruecht asked Peters Township Council on June 8 if they would accept an offer from a Finleyville security company to install a free high-tech surveillance camera in the parking lot at the Peters Township municipal complex. Read more...

At the June 8 meeting of the Borough of Jefferson Hills Council, police officer Kevin King was promoted to the rank of sergeant.

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By Jill Brown

At the May 26 Monessen Council meeting, the general mood of residents seems to have improved and all got along. There were no disagreements among residents, and the tone was back to business. Read more...

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