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Upper St. Clair Seeks New Ward 2 Commissioner
The Board of Commissioners of the Township of Upper St. Clair announces with regret the resignation of C. Elise Logan, Ward 2 Commissioner, effective July 7, 2020. Upper St. Clair is seeking a resident to serve the remainder of Commissioner C. Elise Logan's term following her resignation. 
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Community & Recreation Center Reopens July 6
Allegheny County announced late on July 4 that it added new exemptions to its July 2 order. The change now exempts pools, gyms and fitness facilities from the 25-person limit for gatherings. As a result, the Community & Recreation Center will reopen on Monday, July 6. Camp St. Clair will also resume as scheduled on Monday, July 6.
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Morton Road Closure
Morton Road is closed between Rostron Drive and Lattidome Drive from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday for construction work. 

The Clubhouse Playground Closure
The Clubhouse playground, located next to the Miracle Field in Boyce Mayview Park, will close for at least a week starting Monday, July 6 for safety surface repairs.


Nearby Household Chemical Collection
There is a Household Chemical Collection event in Washington, PA on June 27, 2020. The event takes place from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Wild Things Park.
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McLaughlin Run Road Roundabout Project

Utility relocation work has begun on PennDOT'S roundabout project for the intersection of McLaughlin Run, Lesnett and McMillan roads. The intersection improvement is expected a year and a half to two years to complete, weather and utility conflict pending. Click here to view PennDOT's presentation on the project. Please note that the timeline has changed.


West Penn Power Presentation
Due to some residents' concerns about recent power outages, a representative from West Penn Power gave a presentation and answered some customers' questions during the Board of Commissioners Informational & General Affairs meeting on Jan. 27. 
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Boyce Mayview Park Perimeter Trail
Click here to view the presentation on the final phases of the Boyce Mayview Park Perimeter Trail. 

Community & Recreation Center Assessment
A Facilities Implementation Team (FIT) has been created to prioritize improvements and changes to the Community & Recreation Center, which includes elected officials, C&RC employees and residents. The meetings are open to the public. Click here to view the Community & Recreation Center Facility Assessment Report. 

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