Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

South at a Glance

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

South at a Glance

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ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL SIGNUPS UNDERWAY

GREEN TREE - Registration is being accepted for the Green Tree Adult Coed Volleyball League, which will play through March 22 at the Green Tree Municipal Center gym.

Teams consist of six-12 players with a minimum of two women on each team. Official referees will oversee all games. The cost is $175 per team.

To download an adult volleyball registration form and official rules: www.greentreeboro.com.

PennDOT hosts session on Parkway West project

Green Tree - Representatives from the state Department of Transportation District 11 and Swank Construction Co. will conduct an informational public meeting on the next phase of the Parkway West construction project at 6 p.m. Monday in the Green Tree Municipal Center council meeting room.

Residents are invited to learn about the proposed work schedule and planned detours and closures. Staff will attend to answer questions.

HIGH SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION MOVES FORWARD

JEFFERSON HILLS - Construction of the new $90 million Thomas Jefferson High School moved forward with the board last week approving the submission of PlanCon Parts A and B - a set of forms and procedures to apply for state funding - to the state Department of Education for approval and reimbursement.

The board also agreed to an acoustics design study to ensure that the facilities can acoustically accommodate the range of activities required for each space.

The next construction meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 19 in the high school chorus room, 310 Old Clairton Road, Jefferson Hills. It is open to the public.

The preliminary plan calls for 178,750 usable square feet. The current high school has 130,446 usable square feet.

The school includes a 1,000-seat auditorium; a 3,400-square-foot stage that is almost triple the size of the current stage, and a six-lane, extended-length swimming pool with diving well.

The plan fits within the budget devised two years ago, which is based on costing the owner of a $100,000 assessed home about $302 more in taxes over seven years. …

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