This year’s Memorial Day Parade begins at 10 a.m. on Station Street, continuing down Washington Pike to Melrose Cemetery in South Fayette Township. The line-up at American Legion Post 54 on Station Street starts at 9:30 a.m.
Archives for May 2019
For many reasons, it’s a bad idea to keep unused prescription drugs around the house. The Bridgeville police station has a “drug take back” box where residents can dispose of unused medications. As part of the state-funded program’s rules, nobody will ask you questions about what you’re dropping off or where it came from. Throughout… [Read More]
The wall of water that devastated part of Bridgeville last summer came downstream from Upper St. Clair. Much of the debris that choked McLaughlin Creek usual pathways in Bridgeville came downstream from Upper St. Clair. Since that deadly night, it has become clear that keeping the McLaughlin creekbed free from debris can help prevent—or reduce… [Read More]
A proposal to radically revamp the Baldwin Street corridor has raised many questions in the community. The Bridgeville Planning Commission will discuss some of those issues with councilmembers at a public meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the borough building. “We will be at their next meeting,” said borough council president Mike Tolmer. In the end,… [Read More]
MAYOR’S PROCLAMATION AWARD TO C. V. HIGH SCHOOL LADIES BASKETBALL STATE CHAMPIONS TEAM COACHED BY TIM MCCONNELL VISITORS, PLEASE STATE NAMES AND ADDRESSES MINUTESA motion of the Borough Council regarding the minutes of the April 8, 2019 regular meeting as submitted. RESOLUTION NO. 2019-03A motion of the Borough Council regarding Resolution No. 2019-03 as per… [Read More]
A recent TV news story about commercial flood insurance problems also mentioned that the owners of Blanc Printing, who suffered $1 million in losses during last year’s flood, want to leave Baldwin Street. They’re not alone. After the June 2018 flood, some property owners said they would gladly say goodbye to Baldwin Street if it… [Read More]
Borough officials hope that a pet waste disposal station at Triangle Park will encourage people to clean up after their dogs. At April’s Bridgeville Borough Council meeting, resident Jay Speck said that he repeatedly sees dog owners casually walking away from the park after their pets have made a solid statement that the land is… [Read More]