Full video of borough council’s October meeting.
Full video of the planning commission’s September meeting, during which they discussed: Pedestrian safety issues Creating a new comprehensive plan Potential details of an ordinance that would permit residents to keep chicken in the borough.
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Full video of CV School Board’s Sept. 8, 2020 meeting.
Full video of the planning commission’s Aug. 31, 2020 meeting, during which officials discuss pedestrian safety, a new comprehensive plan, and whether the borough should allow backyard chickens.
Full video and agenda from the Aug. 10, 2020 Bridgeville Borough Council meeting.
At its July 27, 2020 meeting, the Bridgeville Borough Planning Commission set its sights on two primary objectives for the near future. First, the group wants to lay the groundwork to create a new comprehensive plan—a document that serves as a roadmap for the borough’s future, including traffic, parking, pedestrian safety, zoning, and other areas… [Read More]
BRIDGEVILLE BOROUGH REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGJULY 13, 2020 – 7 PM425 BOWER HILL ROAD, BRIDGEVILLE, PA 15017 Download full meeting minutes and reports [PDF] ROLL CALL: Council President, William Henderson Council Vice-President, Nino Petrocelli, Sr.Council Member, Bruce GhelarducciCouncil Member, Joseph ColosimoCouncil Member, Joseph Verduci (absent)Council Member, Virginia SchneiderCouncil Member, Nicholas CiesielskiMayor, Betty CopelandSolicitor, Thomas McDermottBorough Engineer,… [Read More]
Several months ago, Bridgeville’s planning commission launched an effort to identify and evaluate various ways to improve the community through planning, zoning, and land use. The 11 concepts are, in no particular order: Pedestrian safety Enhancing Bridgeville’s small town charm Parking issues Cleaning up the borough Creating a new comprehensive plan Evaluating existing land parcels… [Read More]
Nearly everybody agrees that Bridgeville needs more parking spaces in its north end business district, near the Collier border. Commercial parking lots in that part of town are tiny or non-existent, which leads visitors to park street-side, for free, on nearby St. Clair Street, much to the displeasure of residents who can’t find spots near… [Read More]