With COVID-19 cases surging throughout the county, Chartiers Valley, like many other school districts, has halted in-person classes until at least early December. After reporting four new covid cases this week, Chartiers Valley announced yesterday that all classes will be held remotely through Dec. 4. More than 150 CV students and 20 staff members are… [Read More]
While many Americans were busy last week hating each other and spreading disease, a handful of state and local officials, including State Sen. Pam Iovino and the challenger who just beat her—Devlin Robinson—put on their masks and got together to honor the 100th anniversary of the Bridgeville American Legion. Legion Post #54 was chartered on… [Read More]
More than 100 residents and 50 employees at a nursing facility in South Fayette have tested positive for COVID-19 recently. Four people have died as of Nov. 17, according to the Tribune-Review. The infection rate at Bridgeville Rehabilitation and Care Center (located in South Fayette) has skyrocketed since earlier this month, when the facility reported… [Read More]
Video and agenda from the Nov. 9, 2020 Bridgeville Borough Council meeting.
Bridgeville borough will not raise real estate taxes next year, according to a $3.3 million budget proposal currently under review. Although the borough took in less money than expected from fines and business taxes this year, Bridgeville will end 2020 with a budget surplus and expects revenue to rise by 3% next year with no… [Read More]
To prevent the next 100-year flood from devastating Baldwin Street, Bridgeville might have to demolish some bridges. The borough’s engineering firm, Lennon Smith Souleret, came to that conclusion while analyzing the geographic and structural factors that make Bridgeville so prone to flooding. Last week, engineer John R. Heyl shared the results of that work with… [Read More]
Soon, Bridgeville will be able to get notices about important events, meetings, and other happenings around town simply by driving past the borough building. Earlier this month, council unanimously approved the purchase and installation of an LED message board at 416 Darby Way. That’s the empty, borough-owned lot next to the municipal building. The sign… [Read More]
Bridgeville’s autumn leaf collection program is underway. Between now and the first week of December, residents can sweep leaves into piles at the curb for pickup by the borough’s public works department. Collection days follow the street sweeping schedule. You can check your street sweeping/leaf pickup day here. Please do not place any other yard… [Read More]
Council’s recent meeting arrangement led to a drop in audio quality, but is it really too distorted to understand?
Full video of borough council’s October meeting.