Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

VALLEY NOTES [Derived Headline]

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

VALLEY NOTES [Derived Headline]

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Penn Hills

Council has awarded a contract to G&W Roofing and Construction Inc., for the Lincoln Park Community Center roof replacement project. The project calls for replacing the roofs located over office space and the gymnasium. Total cost for both roofs is $151,000.

Council also awarded a contract to Sewer Specialty Services Co. Inc. in the amount of $451,200 for internal sewer-line televising. Work will be completed over a three-year period.

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Farben Inc. was awarded a contract for $23,565 to paint the Penn Hills Senior Citizen Building. Work will be done both on the inside and outside.

A contract in the amount of $10,600 was awarded to Beckwith Power Systems for an emergency diesel generator.

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The YMCA, 11817 Frankstown Road, is sponsoring a Punt, Pass & Kick competition for boys and girls ages 8 to 15 interested in measuring their football skills at 10 a.m. Sept. 20. There is no charge nor is registration required. Winners will compete during a Steelers game at Heinz Field and at an NFL playoff game in January. For more information, call 412-795-2600.

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The school board approved athletic training services for Linton Middle School at its meeting last week.

The contract was awarded to East Suburban Sports Medicine Center Inc. at a cost of $17,000 for the year. UPMC, which had provided the service in the past, didn't submit a bid.

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High school seniors will get some time off for good work in the Pennsylvania System of School Assessments tests last year.

Seniors will be dismissed at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 3 as their PSSA incentive award. That Friday is Penn Hills High School Homecoming.

Oakmont

With some Oakmont residents recently requesting additional traffic control measures in the borough for safety reasons, the mayor feels that education and parental responsibility may be more important factors for keeping the town's children safe.

Council received a petition for two stop signs at College Avenue and Fourth Street due to safety concerns. A letter/petition was also received with approximately 20 signatures from residents requesting a speed bump in the 500 block of Ninth Street. …

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