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Municipal News

 

By J.R. Brower

A land use application by Ramaco, Inc. (Ram Farms) of Lexington, KY was formally accepted by the Nottingham Supervisors at a public hearing on January 19. In attendance were representatives of the company, who are proposing to build a deep coal mine on Little Mingo Road. The likelihood of the project, which will mine metallurgical-grade coal has raised considerable controversy since its inception.

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By J.R. Brower

A 90-day long one-sided street parking experiment on Giffen Avenue near Canonsburg Park took effect on April 1, and it was discussed again at the April 6 regular Canonsburg Borough Council meeting. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

The Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors' (PSATS) 93rd Annual Educational Conference and Trade show was held April 19-April 22 in Hershey, PA. All Nottingham Township Supervisors attended: Peter Marcoline, Doug King and Todd Flynn. Also accompanying the supervisors was Nottingham Township Zoning Officer Lee Schafer. Read more...

By J.R. Brower

A brief public hearing on a restaurant liquor license approval took only ten minutes at the Peters Township Council April 13 meeting. Salvatore Plescia of Nottingham Township had requested that a liquor license from North Strabane Township be transferred to a new restaurant he is opening on Center Church Road. It is at the site of the former Center Plate Restaurant and Candle Keller, remodeled from a residential home. Read more...


By Colette Dell

The Board of Supervisors Meeting in South Park Township, for the month of April, was held on Monday, April 13 at 7 p.m.
'Some of the topics discussed at the meeting are as follows:

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