A firm has been contracted to design new informational elements to be added to existing signs throughout much of the municipality.
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Mt. Lebanon Commission is looking for individuals to serve on an ad hoc committee of the volunteer Community Relations Board, in the hopes of taking positive steps forward on diversity, equity and inclusion issues in the municipality.
Commissioners have been looking into revising the applicable ordinance since 2017.
Michael Riemer, who had served on the board since 2013, also was censured for his “profane, offensive and denigrating remarks.”
The school board approves separate plans for older and younger students, with elementary students scheduled to return the following week.
The school board plans to vote Sept. 21 on “hybrid” instruction, combining in-person and remote instruction.
The volunteers serving on the board have been invited to join a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Ad Hoc Committee being formed by Mt. Lebanon commissioners.
Emma Chothani earned her Gold Award in part by organizing an educational effort on behalf of students at a Pittsburgh elementary school.
The municipality is resuming the implementation of a communications plan that had been sidetracked because of COVID-19.
Commissioners Leeann Foster and Mindy Ranney have been working on implementing a large-scale effort to ensure that the municipality is a welcoming place.
The church’s annual food festival has been modified as an online-order, drive-through picked event on Sept. 11 and 12.
Katie Dee’s latest release offers, in her words, “seven original dark sea shanties about revenge, mistaken identities and murder.”
For their efforts on behalf of the South Hills Interfaith Movement, Joe and Lynn Smith will be honored during the organization’s virtual celebration event on Sept. 9.
Plans for invigorating the Washington Road business district are moving into a second phase.
Commissioners aim to prevent discharges of water from creating unsafe conditions on streets and sidewalks.
As part of an ongoing commitment to provide healing support for victims of clergy sex abuse and the faith community as a whole, Laetitia Bridges has been named director of victim assistance ministry for the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
The municipality is weathering many of the monetary issues caused by COVID-19.
Mt. Lebanon native Audrey May is a former manager of the Peters Township High School cafeteria.
The school board votes unanimously for a plan that calls for students to learn online during the first nine weeks.
Kory and Jeanne Hoeft have a tent ready for the comfort of guests as they host the Mt. Lebanon Council of Republican Women’s wine and cheese party.