Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

ROUTE 19 BRIEFS [Derived Headline]

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

ROUTE 19 BRIEFS [Derived Headline]

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TOWNS

Bethel Park

* Cheryl Napsha, Bethel Park librarian, told council Monday the library received an award from the American Association of Retired Persons because of its outstanding services for senior citizens. She received the award last month at a meeting of the Pennsylvania Library Association in King of Prussia. This is the second time in five years the library has received the award.

* At Monday's council meeting, fire Chief Kevin Kubala commended 14 firefighters who completed state certification I and II requirements. He also gave Patriotic 9/11 2001 pins to Lieutenant Bill Heller and Mark Stabryla, who participated in cleanup activities in Shanksville after Sept. 11, 2001.

District Justice Rob Wyda gave the volunteer fire department an American flag he obtained while on reservist duty in Afghanistan. He said the flag was flown in front of terrorists while they were being questioned.

Upper St. Clair

* National City Bank donated $50,000 to the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh to mark the grand opening last week of its newly-built full-service branch office at South Hills Village.

The branch at 1825 Washington Road in the South Hills Village parking lot adjacent to Route 19 replaces the National City Branch inside the shopping complex.

SCHOOLS

Bethel Park

* The school board gave raises of various amounts to its administrators, staff and custodians at a recent meeting. Administrators and staff getting raises included:

Michael Latusek, Assistant Superintendent, 3 percent, from $91,000 to $93,730; Ken Gorton, Director of Finance & Operations, 4 percent, from $86,000 to $89,440; Vicki Flotta, Director of Public Relations, 2.5 percent, from $46,800 to $47,970; Spencer McCain, Director of Transportation, 2 percent, from $48,000 to $48,960; Idessa Hricisak[cq], Director of Special Education, 2 percent, $75,113 to $76,615; Glenn Hughes, Athletic Director/Assistant High School Principal, 4 percent, $83,624 to $86,969;

David Helinski, High School Principal, 2 percent, $95,702 to $97,616; Nancy Rose, Independence 7-8 Middle School Principal, 2 percent, $88,817 to $90,593; Janet O'Rourke, Neil Armstrong 5-6 Middle School Principal, $78,940 to $80,519; Dee Stark, Wiliam Penn Elementary School Principal, 4 percent, $80,997 to $84,237; Shirley Dickinson, Benjamin Franklin Elementary School Principal, 2 percent, $75,480 to $76,990; Fred Pearson, George Washington Elementary School, 2 percent, $63,000 to $64,260; David Zolkowski, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Principal, $74,460 to $75,949. …

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