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Planned Power Outages
On Wednesday, Dec. 2, West Penn Power will perform a planned power outage to upgrade facilities. The outage will affect 12 customers in the vicinity of Giant Oaks Drive from about 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. In the event of inclement weather, the outage will be moved to Thursday, Dec. 3.

On Thursday Dec. 3, West Penn Power will perform a planned power outage to upgrade facilities. This outage will affect 152 customers in the vicinity of Chapelwood Drive, Partridge Drive and Red Mill Drive from about 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. In the event of inclement weather, the outage will be moved to Monday, Dec. 7.

An automated call will be made to each affected customer's phone number as listed on his/her electric account. Customers who need to update their phone numbers or have questions about the planned outage should call West Penn Power at 1-800-686-0021.

Veterans Day Observance

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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.


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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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