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WPXI Pittsburgh
Massive chunk of ice causing flooding fears along Allegheny Rivermonitoring the situation and keeping in good contact with the Army Corp, the co
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
monitoring the situation and keeping in good contact with the Army Corp, the county and other emergency officials. We do have some concerns, but right now we're trying to get as many updates as we can,” Tarentum borough manager Michael Nestico... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jeannette Council slashes expenses with slew of changes2011 to avoid a declaration of being financially distressed. The city manager
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
2011 to avoid a declaration of being financially distressed. The city manager was set to make $58,000. Former manager Michael Nestico left for a position in Tarentum. Langdon will be paid $55,000 annually in her new position. Her former post... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jeannette awards $100k demolition contract for 16 propertiesand demolition project. The contract was awarded Tuesday to Allen Construction
TribLIVE / Posted 22 days ago
and demolition project. The contract was awarded Tuesday to Allen Construction of Pittsburgh, said city manager Michael Nestico. Three bids were received. City officials embarked on the project about a year ago and earmarked money to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jeannette Council allows gas station plan to move forward at Monsour sitesite, but Colony will still need to go through the typical zoning process befor
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
site, but Colony will still need to go through the typical zoning process before construction can begin, said City Manager Michael Nestico. Several attendees called out “shame on you” after the vote. Mayor Richard Jacobelli said the project will... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jeannette approves 2018 budget with no property tax increase, earned-income tax decreasetax increase. Officials expect to bring in about $1.8 million in current prope
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
tax increase. Officials expect to bring in about $1.8 million in current property taxes next year, which city manager Michael Nestico has said is an approximate $30,000 decrease from 2017. Property tax revenue has decreased annually since... Read more
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