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Spring Cleaning Event Will Beautify Community's Natural Features Print E-mail

 

Following a successful November cleanup event, Brentwood Borough is inviting residents to assist with a second effort to remove litter and debris for a portion of our municipality known as “The Hollow.” As a topographically steep, heavily wooded area in the middle of a dense suburban environment, these portions of Brentwood Avenue and Wanley Road are unfortunately sometimes used as an illegal dumping ground. By participating in this April 19th event, volunteers will be demonstrating community pride by helping to reclaim this pastoral setting.  Interested participants can join us at the corner of East Francis and Brentwood Avenues at 10AM.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 15:29
 
Community Spirit Evident in Labor of Cleanup Participants Print E-mail

 

The Borough wholeheartedly thanks the participants of the cleanup event described below by organizer Michelle Kirkpatrick. We appreciate the commitment of our residents to maintaining a friendly and attractive community.

 

“On November 16th, Brentwood residents and friends gathered to clean the section of Brentwood Avenue known as “The Hollow”. Organized by the Kirkpatrick Family of Shadyway Drive, the crew of 25 volunteers worked to remove 26 bags of trash, 40 bags of recyclables, 32 tires, numerous shingles, a variety of scrap metal and more! Some of our favorite items include bicycles, a snowboard, scooters, an air conditioner, a boiler vessel, a wheelbarrow, half of a swing set, and an above ground pool liner. Many thanks to Giant Eagle, Dollar Tree, and Allegheny CleanWays for their contributions, to the Borough for disposing of the cleared debris, and to all the neighbors who were willing to get dirty for a good cause!”

 

The Crew

The cleanup crew.

An assortment of collected rubbish

A portion of the cleared debris.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 December 2013 19:06
 
Government, Nonprofit Programs Help Residents Stay Warm Print E-mail

 

Low income families can receive a helping hand to keep the heat running this winter season. Households earning less than 150% of the federal poverty line may be eligible to obtain direct cash grants paid to their heating utility company through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program. Additional information and electronic applications can be attained at the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare’s website. Paper forms may be returned at any Allegheny County Assistance Office. Families who are denied or do not quality for government funding may be eligible to receive similar aid from the Dollar Energy Fund. Application criteria can be obtained online here.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 17:03
 
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