Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

THE WEST AT A GLANCE [Derived Headline]

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

THE WEST AT A GLANCE [Derived Headline]

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Town hall meeting on reassessments

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and County Councilman Mike Finnerty will host a town hall meeting on reassessments at 7 p.m. Wednsday in Chartiers Valley Intermediate School auditorium on Swallow Hill Road.

The meeting will include an explanation of the reassessment process, information on how to prepare for appeals and a question- and-answer period. County staffers will be available to assist homeowners in filling out various forms. Legal and real estate professionals will provide free advice and assistance, too.


Maple syrup festival weekend

The 35th Beaver County Maple Syrup Festival will feature all-you- can-eat pancakes and sales of freshly tapped maple syrup from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Bradys Run Lodge on Route 51.

There will be entertainment, craft exhibitors, demonstrations, children's activity tent, souvenirs and 100 percent pure maple syrup for sale. The feature attraction will be buttermilk and buckwheat pancake breakfasts that will be served throughout the festival. Meals are $8 for adults and $4 for children. The festival is sponsored by the The Beaver County Conservation District.


Discount registration deadline for 5K

The discount registration deadline is Friday for the fifth Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department 5K Run/Walk to be held April 28 on a route through the borough. Participants can save $5 by registering by the close of business Friday in the Carnegie municipal building, Veterans Way. After Friday, registration will be $20.

Registration forms are available in the municipal building and in some businesses around town. Forms also may be downloaded from


Five points intersection improvements

Route 30/978/Steubenville Pike five points intersection improvements begin Monday, weather permitting, in North Fayette.

The work will add turn lanes and widen the intersection.

The $2.3 million project is expected to improve safety, mobility and reduce congestion at the intersection.

Work will include reconstructing and widening the intersection to add turning lanes on Route 30, improved drainage, traffic signals, guide rail and bituminous resurfacing. …

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