City of Pittsburgh Council District 4
District 4 Newsletter | May 2013
Happy May!

 

In this issue...

DISTRICT 4 NEWS

Working to make South Pittsburgh a better place, every day
Good news you don't hear on the news
Paving season has begun
An update about the work at the Route 51/88 intersection
And an update about the Butta Bing club 
Have questions about the Parking Authority's new pay-by-license meters?
Farmers Markets are just around the corner
Join the Brookline Clean-Up Day
Fairhaven United Methodist Church a step closer to historical status
An introduction to the Women's Club of Overbrook
Don't forget about Pennsylvania's new e-waste law!
Need to dispose of household chemicals or hard-to-recycle items?
Concerned about biking and pedestrian issues in South Pittsburgh?
Taste of Beechview is back for its second year
Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series continues
Transportation issues affect us all--share your ideas!
Block watches work!

HELP, WORK, DONATE, VOLUNTEER

Carrick Tree Tenders welcome you to come out for some fresh air!
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute looking for teachers
Citiparks recruiting lifeguards for summer 2013
Citiparks BIG League Sports needs seasonal employees
Employment opportunities with the City of Pittsburgh
Meals on Wheels needs drivers and kitchen help

EVENTS

 


DISTRICT 4 NEWS

Working to make South Pittsburgh a better place, every day

  • Meals on Wheels is a fantastic program, both for the seniors and others who rely on the meal assistance, but also for the volunteers who cook, package, drive, and deliver the meals. This spring, I've delivered meals in Brookline, Beechview, Overbrook, and Carrick. And after visiting the Hilltop site for a delivery run, I invited one of the drivers, Josiah Gilliam, to come and speak at the Carrick Community Council meeting about the great need for volunteers. If you’d like to get involved, see this segment below.
  • It’s been busy this spring in Carrick, Bon Air, and Overbrook. I attended the Carrick Little League Parade and a Carnegie Library meeting about the potential merger of the Knoxville and Carrick branches. We had a weekend of cleaning, with the Bon Air Redd-Up, the Overbrook Redd-Up, which Alex in my office attended, and the Carrick Redd-Up, which Ashleigh helped out at--read more in this piece from the South Pittsburgh Reporter. And later, I visited with the Overbrook Women’s Club, and the Carrick Community Council public meeting.
  • Pittsburgh Action Against Rape fundraiser Celebration of Courage, Healing and Trust. Very support of efforts to reduce violence against women. And earlier this month, Council worked together to pass legislation that changes the way police officers respond to domestic violence calls. Read the resolution here and learn about the Maryland Lethality Assessment Program model that Council based its legislation on.
  • Maria Sciullo at the Post-Gazette ran a story about how social media is changing political engagement, and we--you and I, I mean--were mentioned! Through Twitter, Facebook, my Council website, and this newsletter, we communicate back and forth, reflecting the findings of a recent report. Read more about it here.
  • At Carrick High School Career Day I got to meet with dozens of juniors interested in pursuing a career in government. And at a school board candidates night with future school board member Cindy Falls, I talked about community concerns in our schools, making sure our neighboring efforts are aligned.  
  • In Brookline, I marched with the Little League Parade, stopped in to check out the art at the Brookline Anti-Litter poster contest (read more about that in the next section!), met with the Brookline Block Watch, and spoke at the Brookline Area Community Council meeting about the good work we’re doing in the district.
  • I have been supporting the workers at Rivers Casino who are pushing to organize themselves into a union--see our recent Will our Council here, sponsored by Councilman Lavelle.
  • Adam and Ashleigh met with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy to discuss their plans in District 4 and also some cool possibilities for beautifying and the business districts and thoroughfares of our South Pittsburgh neighborhoods while also working to remediate water runoff and other issues caused by our geography. And I attended the Spring Hat Luncheon sponsored by the Parks Conservancy, which is currently working on renovations in McKinley Park.
  • And Alex and Adam hosted a quiz night at Brew on Broadway! Quiz Night at Brew is held once a month, and it’s fun for young and old, Beechview resident or not! Brew also hosts musicians, artists, comedians, and all sorts of other programming. Follow their updates and events at their Facebook page.

Good news you don’t hear on the news

Thursday, May 9 was Transit Day across the country, and in Pittsburgh, PCRG’s project GoBurgh held a Transit Day rally in Market Square to highlight the need for a robust transportation network. Thanks to Eat ‘n’ Park, the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network, Pittsburghers for Public Transit, and the Pittsburgh Foundation for their support. Read the proclamation here.

National Healthy Schools Day on April 30 was initiated to raise awareness about the conditions of our schools and to work toward new or renovated healthy and high performance schools that are designed to improve indoor air and environmental quality. I invited Andrew Ellsworth and Jenna Cramer to Council to represent their pilot project Healthy Schools Collaboration. Read the proclamation here.

Congratulations to the St. Basil C.Y.M. Junior Varsity basketball team, who last season racked up 19 wins to only 3 losses, becoming South Section champions for the third year in a row--and Catholic Diocesan champions for the fourth time in the team’s history, on March 3 of this year. I honored the St. Basil’s team with a proclamation in April--read it here.

Brookline’s South Pittsburgh Development Corporation took a creative approach to the problem of litter in their neighborhood by hosting the first-of-its-kind anti-litter poster contest! Over 400 students from local schools submitted their artistic concepts for discouraging litter and promoting clean neighborhoods. Congratulations to our winners: Carmen, Paige, Savannah, Melina, and Nicole! Read the proclamation here.

One of my favorite parts of this job is getting to meet with students from the district. In addition to Carrick High’s Career Day, I got to host groups of elementary school students to Council Chambers as part of their Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation tours! Thanks to the kids at Beechwood Elementary, Roosevelt Elementary, and West Liberty Elementary. Your questions were on-point, and your excitement and curiosity are inspiring!

Paving season has begun

Though we don’t yet have a timeline from the Department of Public Works as far as work on our streets in District 4, we were given a list of streets that are slated to be repaved this season. The condition of our streets is a perennial problem, and so my office put together this graphic explanation of the City’s paving program.

After being given the list of our streets that will be paved, my office also put together this map showing the streets chosen this year. We will also be updating that page with schedule dates for milling and paving of the streets that DPW chose to take on this season.

Of course, there are still many more streets and alleys in District 4 that need attention, including potholes or windrows or other surface work. Please continue to pass these to my office by calling 412.255.2131, and we will deliver the requests to Public Works.

An update about the work at Route 51/88 intersection

The long-awaited reconstruction of the intersection of Route 51 and Route 88--which many Pittsburghers count among the worst intersections in the City--is finally here!

PennDOT put the project out to bid on May 2 and awarded the contract to the Joseph B. Fay Company out of Tarentum. PennDOT expects to issue the "notice to proceed," which enables the contractor to begin work, around June 10. Between now and then, Columbia Gas and Pennsylvania American Water will continue preparatory work on utility lines in the area. PennDOT and the contractor will be holding a community meeting sometime in June to inform local residents of the project timeline--and we'll be sure to get the word out when we have a date and location. Follow me on Twitter or Facebook for the latest information!

And an update about the Butta Bing club

On May 15, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court rejected Butta Bing owner Daniel Smithbower's zoning appeal to open a new strip club at the site of the former Butta Bing club on Route 51 in overbrook.

Mr. Smithbower was denied the special exception needed under the zoning code to open an "adult entertainment" establishment by the Zoning Board of Adjustment. The decision has since been upheld by Judge James and the Commonwealth Court. Mr. Smithbower has until June 20 to appeal to the State Supreme Court, but it is considered unlikely that the Court will decide to hear the case.

This is an extraordinary example of local citizens working together for the good of our community. We'll continue to keep you updated on the future of the site!

Have questions about the Parking Authority's new pay-by-license meters?

The new pay-by-license parking meters have rolled out city-wide, and because we sometimes take questions from constituents about them, I wanted to address some of them in the newsletter this month. Below are some common questions we hear. For more information on the new meters, more FAQs, and for a how-to video, visit the Pittsburgh Parking Authority’s Meter Policies website.  

Do individuals with a disability have to pay to park? Yes, individuals with disabilities must pay to park. But as mandated by the State, they are entitled to receive a 60 minute grace period on top of the amount of time that they paid for. For example, if you pay for 30 minutes and are disabled, you are granted a total of 90 minutes of parking. This does not mean you may park for one hour for free without having paid. To be granted this 60 minute grace period, you must display a valid handicap placard on your rearview mirror, or the vehicle must have a handicap license plate issued by the State.

Do I need to place the printed receipt on my dashboard? No, the receipt does not need to be placed on your dashboard--keep it for your records only.

Does the meter accept mixed payments, coins plus credit card? Yes, but you must start by inserting quarters, and then you can finish the transaction with a credit card.

If I enter my license number in incorrectly, can it be corrected? Yes. Before your transaction is completed, either use the back space key to make corrections, or cancel the entire transaction by pressing the red X button and starting over.

Can I contest my ticket? Yes--call the Pittsburgh Parking Court at 866.353.7151  to being the process of arguing against a ticket you received. This number should also be on your ticket.

Farmers Markets are just around the corner

Farmers Markets are starting up in June. Below are several markets in and around District 4. For a complete resource of Citiparks markets, click here. For an interactive map of markets both in the City and in the surrounding suburbs, click here. And for other markets in Dormont, Whitehall, Carnegie, and other surrounding suburbs, check here.

BEECHVIEW, a Citiparks farmers’ market
When: Thursdays, running June 27 through September 12, from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: St. Catherine of Siena parking lot, corner of Broadway Ave and Belasco St

BROOKLINE, a farm stand run by the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
When: Wednesdays, running from June 19 through November 21, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Where: Elizabeth Seton Center parking lot, 1900 Pioneer Ave

CARRICK, a Citiparks farmers’ market
When: Wednesdays, running from June 19 through November 27, from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Carrick Shopping Center on Brownsville Rd at Parkfield St

SOUTH SIDE (outside of District 4), a Citiparks farmers’ market
When: Tuesdays, opened on May 14
Where: Corner of 18th St and Carson St

Join the Brookline Clean-Up Day

On May 25, join with your neighbors and the folks at South Pittsburgh Development Corporation for a Memorial Day clean-up! Meet at 9:00 a.m. at Cannon Coffee at 802 Brookline Boulevard (psst--free coffee for volunteers) to help clean up litter and debris around Brookline. Click here for the flyer.

Fairhaven United Methodist Church a step closer to historical status

Overbrook’s Fairhaven United Methodist Church recently celebrated their 130th anniversary, with the current structure at 2415 Saw Mill Run Bouelvard being constructed in 1907. And now they have one more historical recognition to celebrate--the Historical Commission of the City of Pittsburgh has given its unanimous preliminary approval for Fairhaven Church’s historical status! The next steps in the process are for the Planning Commission and City Council to approve it. Thanks to the Carrick-Overbrook Historical Society and the Overbrook and Carrick Community Councils for their work!

An introduction to the Women's Club of Overbrook

Established in 1951, the Women’s Club of Overbrook develops the educational, civic, and social interest of its members and to advance the welfare of the community. Though based in Overbrook, the club is made up of women from surrounding communities like the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Brookline and Carrick and the communities of Baldwin, Dormont, Castle Shannon, Brentwood, Pleasant Hills, Whitehall.

The Club’s monthly meetings include a wide array of programs ranging from educational presentations, fundraising, musical performances, flower arranging, country auctions, and more. Annual dues are $12.

The Club meets once a month at Fairhaven United Methodist Church at 2415 Saw Mill Run Boulevard. The next meeting is June 18 at 6:30 p.m. and will be a covered dish dinner. For more information about the Club and if you’d like to join, contact Ms. Cathy Speicher at 412.885.4308 or email her at hollywoodcts@newyorkemail.net.

Don't forget about Pennsylvania's new e-waste law!

Are you getting that spring cleaning feeling? In addition to all the dusting, vacuuming, and scrubbing, many of us will be getting rid of old belongings, including broken TVs, computer screens, and other electronics. These are all considered “e-waste,” and due to a state e-waste law that took effect on January 1 of this year, the City is no longer able to collect these types of items with curbside trash pickup. If you place these items on the curb, they will not be picked up and you may receive a citation. The good news is that residents and small businesses (50 or fewer employees) can recycle these items at no charge. In addition to computers and TVs, this e-waste law includes computer peripherals like printers and keyboards.  

Why this new law? Electronics in our landfills can be a health hazard. E-waste can contain harmful chemicals and other substances that, if put in a landfill, seep into our water supply, harming us for generations to come. Every year, America throws away three to four million electronics, and only 20% of that is recycled. E-waste totals 2% of what’s in a landfill but represents 70% overall of all toxic waste.

These items need to be taken to an electronics retail store or collection location for recycling purposes. The closest locations to Brookline to recycle e-waste are the Goodwill locations in Brentwood and Banksville. Visit Goodwill's website to look up locations that accept e-waste. You can also call them at (412) 481-9005 for more information.  

You can also take your electronic recycling to Staples locations, including the store on Banksville Road. The store can accept most computers and computer-related recycling. Staples cannot take televisions, appliances, or large rechargeable batteries. Call ahead at (412) 571-9150 for more information.

And last but not least, you can recycle up to three (3) items per household per day at any Best Buy location, no matter where you bought them from. Visit Best Buy's site to find the location nearest to you.

Need to dispose of household chemicals or hard-to-recycle items?

On two dates this summer, you can finally get rid of those aerosol cans, paint cans, printer cartridges, and TV and computer equipment!

On Saturday, July 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Second Avenue Parking lot, you can drop off items like aerosol cans, automotive fluid, CFL bulbs, paint products, and more. The cost is $2 per gallon, cash only. Check out the flyer for more information.

And on Saturday, August 17 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 3001 Railroad Street, bring your old TVs, computers, stereos, printer cartridges, telephone, small appliances, and CFL bulbs to recycle for free. Batteries, fluorescent tubes, small freon-containing appliances, and paper shredding services are offered with some small fees.

For more information, visit Zero Waste Pittsburgh or call 412.488.7490 x243.

Concerned about biking and pedestrian issues in South Pittsburgh?

You may not realize it, but many people who live in South Pittsburgh commute downtown via bicycle! Economic Development South is interested in working to make our area better for cyclists--and, by extension, pedestrians, because streets that are safe for bikes are safe for pedestrians (and drivers too!). So EDS is inviting those who are interested to join their Bike/Pedestrian Committee, which will look into ways to make improvements. If you’re interested, contact Stephanie Miller at smiller@economicdevelopmentsouth.org.

Taste of Beechview is back for its second year

Did you get a chance to stop by the Taste of Beechview food festival last year? It was awesome! On June 22, Beechview will be host to the second annual Taste of Beechview, an outdoor community event that highlights our businesses and celebrates local, seasonal food from the region. It’s free to attend, with live music, and food and drinks will be available for purchase from multiple vendors. So far, participating businesses are:

Slice on Broadway
Casa Rasta
Brew on Broadway
Tupelo Honey Teas
Crested Duck Charcuterie
Fukuda Food Truck
North Woods Ranch

To follow updates on the festival, check out the Taste of Beechview Facebook page.

Women Business Leaders Breakfast series continues

Though women make up only 3% of American CEOs, we women do make great leaders, whether in community service, politics, academia, or business. Chatham University’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship is hosting a Women Business Leaders breakfast series this year that ends in June. This last session will take place on Friday, June 14 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., featuring Rachel Blaufeld, freelance lifestyle writer, blogger, and social media navigator, and Deborah Gilboa M.D., international parenting speaker and writer, titled “Mompreneurs: Changing the Way Business is Done Using Social Media.” The session costs $25 ($12.50 for students with a valid ID), and you can register online here.

Transportation issues affect us all--share your ideas!

The Southwestern Pennsylavania Commission is putting together a 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program, and they need your input! This plan will identify our region's priority transportation projects, and it's a joint effort of federal, state, and local voices--including yours. To submit your ideas, visit this website. Tell the SPC what you see are the biggest transportation issues, or opportunities, in your area: this includes highways and bridges, public transit, traffic signals, bikeways and pedestrian paths, traffic congestion, or anything else.

Block watches work!

If you are concerned about crime in your neighborhood, we encourage you to attend your neighborhood block watch meeting. There, you can learn how to organize your closest neighbors and meet people who may have dealt with similar issues elsewhere in the community. This is a chance to meet local officers, officials, and your own neighbors, and to speak up about problems you see and experience every day.

Beechview Area Concerned Citizens & Beechview Block Watch
Thursday, June 6, 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. at Beechview United Presbyterian Church (1621 Broadway Ave)

Carrick-Overbrook Block Watch
Monday, June 3, 7:00 p.m. at Concord Elementary (2350 Brownsville Rd)

Brookline Block Watch
Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 p.m. at Judge Jim Motznik's Office (736 Brookline Blvd)

The Pittsburgh Community Safety website is another fantastic resource for keeping tabs on your community. Sign up to receive public safety alerts in your police zone, and check out the virtual blotter. Need help? Check out the user guide.


HELP, WORK, DONATE, VOLUNTEER

Carrick Tree Tenders welcome you to come out for some fresh air!

The Carrick Tree Tenders have put some spring dates on the calendar and invite you to come out and join them for some pruning and sprucing. Jake, a representative from Tree Pittsburgh, will be assisting with Carrick’s trees this year as well. The next dates on the Tree Tenders’ schedule are:

Thursday, May 23, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Meeting at the 2300 block of Brownsville Road

Thursday, June 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 13, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 17, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

If you are interested in attending, and for information on where to meet up on any of the future scheduled dates, please contact Joe Krynock at grizzly_joe@verizon.net or call my office at 412.255.2131.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute looking for teachers

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a program at Carnegie Mellon where people who are interested in extending their education into their senior years can gather. Osher holds classes in a pleasant atmosphere on CMU’s campus, and any adult in the Pittsburgh area is able to join. Most classes are held during the day, and to sign up, see this website. Courses cover subjects like philosophy, astronomy, architecture, politics, geography, theater, cooking, and Tai Chi.

Do you have a subject you’d love to teach to others? Osher is actually looking for people who are able to teach a class! If you’re interested, get in touch with my office at 412.255.2131 and my staff can connect you with Osher.

Citiparks recruiting lifeguards for summer 2013

The Citiparks Aquatics Division is looking for lifeguards for this year’s summer season. If you know someone who is certified, or interested in obtaining certification, to work for Citiparks, contact the Aquatics Division Office at 412.323.7928.

Citiparks BIG League Sports needs seasonal employees

The summer baseball/softball season will soon be upon us, and Citiparks is looking for seasonal employees for May-August! Applicants must live in the City, have a driver’s license, be available on weekends and evenings (30-40 hours a week), and receive their child abuse and criminal clearances. The positions are for monitors, whose tasks will be to keep score, interpret the rules as situations arise, do daily field preparations, and some light office work. If interested, call the BIG League office at 412.488.8585 or send your resume to michelle.aul@pittsburghpa.gov.

Employment opportunities with the City of Pittsburgh

The City of Pittsburgh invites all individuals seeking employment to apply online using their website at www.pghjobs.net. Click on the Online Employment Center button to view current job openings and register in the online employment system. If you don’t have access to a computer with Internet capabilities, visit the City’s Online Employment Center at 414 Grant Street, City-County Building, Fourth Floor, or call for Employment Application information at 412.255.2710.

Meals on Wheels needs drivers and kitchen help

Our Meals on Wheels programs are in need of volunteer drivers, visitors and kitchen help Monday through Friday. Volunteering requires a one and a half hour commitment for drivers and visitors and a three hour commitment for kitchen helpers once a week or as needed.

Hilltop/Mt. Washington/Bon Air/Carrick/Overbrook/Brentwood: Call the kitchen at 412.881.0990 between 8:00 a.m. and noon or stop by the kitchen at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (601 Brownsville Rd.) from 8:30 a.m. to noon.

Beechview/Brookline/Carnegie: Call 412.307.1640 or the kitchen at 412.279.5670. The kitchen is located at St. John’s Lutheran Church at 601 Washington Ave, Carnegie, PA 15106.


EVENTS

 

South Pittsburgh Development Corporation (SPDC) Meeting
Monday, May 20, 7:00 p.m. at the Brookline United Presbyterian Church (1036 Brookline Blvd)

Primary Election Day
Tuesday, May 21

Beechview Senior Center Picnic
Wednesday, May 22 at Banksville Park (Crane Ave)

Carrick Tree Tending
Thursday, May 23, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the 2300 block of Brownsville Rd

Brookline Clean-Up Day
Saturday, May 25, 9:00 a.m. at Cannon Coffee (802 Brookline Blvd)

Beechview Memorial Day Service
Saturday, May 25, 10:00 a.m. at the Beechview Monument Parklet at the corner of Broadway Ave and Shiras Ave

South Hills Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 27, 10:00 a.m. starting at the Cannon on Brookline Blvd

Brookline Area Community Council
Monday, May 27, 7:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (933 Brookline Blvd)

Beechview Senior Center Blood Pressure Screening
Tuesday, May 28, 9:30 a.m. at the Beechview Senior Center (1555 Broadway Ave)

Overbrook Community Council Meeting - CANCELED - Next meeting is June 25
Tuesday, May 28, 7:00 p.m. at the Accamando Center (2410 Saw Mill Run Blvd)

Beechview Merchants Association Meeting
Wednesday, May 29, 7:00 p.m. at the Beechview Merchants Association Office (1553 Broadway Ave)

Carrick-Overbrook Block Watch
Monday, June 3, 7:00 p.m. at Concord Elementary (2350 Brownsville Rd)

Carrick Tree Tending
Thursday, June 6, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; for location, keep posted on our calendar

Beechview Area Concerned Citizens & Beechview Block Watch
Thursday, June 6, 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. at Beechview United Presbyterian Church (1621 Broadway Ave)

Brookline Chamber of Commerce Meeting
Monday, June 10, 5:45 p.m. at CLP Brookline (708 Brookline Boulevard)

Brookline Block Watch
Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 p.m. at Judge Jim Motznik's Office (736 Brookline Blvd)

Pittsburgh Pride March and Fest
Sunday, June 16, 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Grant Street

South Pittsburgh Development Corporation (SPDC) Meeting
Monday, June 17, 7:00 p.m. at the Brookline United Presbyterian Church (1036 Brookline Blvd)

Zone 3 Public Safety Meeting
Wednesday, June 19, 6:00 p.m. at the Zone 3 Police Station (830 E. Warrington Ave)

Mount Washington Community Forum
Thursday, June 20, 7:00 p.m. at the Mount Washington Senior Center (122 Virginia Ave)

2nd Annual Taste of Beechview
Saturday, June 22, 11:00 a.m. on Beechview Ave

Mt. Washington Community Festival
Saturday, June 22, 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Grandview Park

Brookline Day at Kennywood
Monday, June 24, $25 for an all-day pass for use any day this season. Call 412.255.2131 for more info

Overbrook Community Council Meeting - featuring Chelsea Holmes, one of the coordinators of the Overbrook Firehouse Farm, speaking on healthy eating
Tuesday, June 25, 7:00 p.m. at the Accamando Center (2410 Saw Mill Run Blvd)

Carrick Tree Tending
Saturday, July 13, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; for location, keep posted on our calendar

Carrick’s Second Annual Communities Against Crime Block Party
Tuesday, July 30, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. along Brownsville Rd from Churchview Ave to Owendale Ave

Carrick Tree Tending
Saturday, August 17, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; for location, keep posted on our calendar


 

Improving our neighborhoods and keeping them great is a process that requires involvement from people like you. Be active, and join us at any of the following events or meetings. We can't do it without you! If you have questions about any of these events, feel free to give our office a call at 412.255.2131.

 

Published:
Friday, May 17, 2013
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