The Federal Emergency Management Agency last week awarded Bridgeville Borough a $1.2 million grant to purchase eight flood-prone properties on Baldwin and Margaret streets. A ninth property acquisition could soon be authorized following a historical review. The grant is part of a FEMA hazard mitigation initiative that helps local governments purchase disaster-prone land at pre-disaster… [Read More]
Video, agenda, and reports from the July 12, 2021 council meeting.
Tree branches and limbs, along with a significant amount of wood from the Lesnett Road roundabout project in Upper St. Clair, was scattered around McLaughlin Park and jammed into nearby creek-bed filter following last week’s flood, according to a borough report. The lumber from the PennDOT project, along with other detritus, was apparently swept up… [Read More]
During a half-hour of questioning by borough councilmembers last week, Bridgeville’s parking authority explained why they recently ended their longstanding practice of allowing free parking after 6 p.m., and why some visitors now have to pay for two-and-a-half hours of parking, even if they’ll only be in Bridgeville for 15 minutes. The short answer: Consumer… [Read More]
Full video of the planning commission’s June 28, 2021 meeting.
Dr. Adam Greer didn’t want to move his business out of Bridgeville, but after nearly four years, his chiropractic practice had more than outgrown its office at 600 Taylor Way. Not only does the volume of patients push the limits of his existing space, but the scarcity of nearby parking poses a challenge for some… [Read More]
HOW TO ENTER 1). Decorate the front of your home or business in a 4th of July theme. 2). Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact information and address. 3). That’s all! The judges will view your home or business before the end of their month, then cast their votes. The winners will be announced on… [Read More]