Residents Will Be Notified of Mt. Lebanon Complex Updates
Board of Commissioners member Bob Downey said in an interview after a board meeting on Tuesday night that township officials have not received an update from Mt. Lebanon officials yet regarding their plans (or even lack thereof) for the development an .
The approximately 23-acre-large "McNeilly Park" complex will include "less than probably even a quarter of an acre" of Baldwin Township land—according to Mt. Lebanon's Municipal Planner Keith McGill—but some Baldwin officials and other area municipal leaders have still expressed concern over how the park will affect non-Mt. Lebanonites.
Downey said that, should he or other Baldwin leaders receive word that developments have started at McNeilly Park, the owners of property that abuts the park will be given updates as soon as possible.
Halloween and Christmas Festivities
Commissioner Susan V. Snyder said on Tuesday that the township's annual Halloween parade will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27, this year. Parade participants should meet outside of the at 1 p.m.
Trick-or-treating in Baldwin Township this year will occur on Halloween night, Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8.
Snyder also announced the date and time for the township's Christmas party—Saturday, Dec. 1, from 1 to 3 p.m. Each child in attendance (at the municipal building) will receive a free photo with Santa Claus, a ticket for raffle prizes and ice cream.
Bus Stop Signs Coming Down
Baldwin Township Manager Mary McGinley said that out-of-service bus stop signs in the township are in the process of being removed.
Note from Engineer Glenn Jonnet
Township engineer Glenn Jonnet stressed that, in keeping with the disclosure of public information, the operation and maintenance manual for Baldwin Township's sanitary sewers is available for public viewing at the township municipal building.
First Aid/CPR Training
Downey said that residents wishing to receive first aid and/or CPR training can get that training from medics for a nominal fee.
Contact MRTSA at 412-343-5111 for prices and more details.
Commissioner John Paravati did not attend Tuesday night's meeting.
Cats (and Other Animals) Still Disturbing Baldwin Township
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