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  • Sewage Billing: Effective January 2015, Brentwood is terminating its utility billing relationship with Jordan Tax Service. Future statements will be printed under contract by PNC Bank. Payments will be accepted through a mailing lockbox or via a convenient electronic system hosted on the Borough website. All customer service functions will become internal functions.

     

    Roadway Projects: Per the approved five-year street improvement plan, sections of Pyramid, Glendale, and Bellecrest Avenues have been repaired. The Borough also contracted with the City of Pittsburgh to resurface the portion of Churchview Avenue that abuts both municipalities.  In 2015, this comprehensive project will continue, as parts of Dauphin Street will be entirely reconstructed, while a large segment of Greenlee Road will be repaved.

     

    Zoning Ordinance: The entirely overhauled zoning code is available for view here. It is designed to preserve the community's current aesthetics while concurrently increasing opportunities for businesses.  To further spur development and to improve transit connections, a potential zoning overlay district for the Route 51 corridor is being assessed.

     

    Recreational Programming: Brentwood Borough is pleased to offer an array of interesting and exciting programs for both children and adults. Click here for more information!

Part-Time Sewage Collection Position Available

 

Brentwood Borough is seeking applicants for a part-time clerical position. The selected individual will be required to work approximately 25 hours per week and will be primarily tasked with the collection of sewage revenues.  Prospective candidates must have excellent computer and customer service skills. The rate of pay is contractually set at $15 per hour.

 

Interested individuals should return the employment application and a copy of a current résumé to Finance/HR Director Susan Toth via email at stoth @ brentwoodboro.com. The deadline to apply is July 31st. To view the legal notice for this position, click here

 
PennDot Works to Keep Municipalities, Citizens Abreast of Route 51 Upgrades

 

On June 15, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation launched a $15.9 million project to repair Route 51 between Lebanon Church Road and the Liberty Tunnels. Construction will include road milling and resurfacing, signal improvements, drainage enhancements, curb upgrades, bridge repairs, pavement markings, and other critical items. Although road repairs are critical for ensuring that people and goods and can safely reach their intended destinations, it is acknolwedged that construction delays can become a significant headache for time-strapped travellers. PennDot has set up several mechanisms to keep both local officials and the general public informed about this major project, which is scheduled to run through June 2016.  Individuals can view construction information and project time tables electronically here. At the same link, residents will also have a chance to sign up to receive traffic advisories via email. Additionally, an informational hotline will be staffed on weekdays from 8:30AM to 5PM. Inquiries should be directed to 412-533-4602.

 
Bullying Among Important Youth Tech Issues Addressed in Video

 

As part of our ongoing anti-bullying initiative, the Borough is pleased to provide resources to parents to combat the deleterious effects of this practice. A recent installment of "Nick News,"  a news magazine program designed especially for teenage audiences, featured a discussion of cyberbulling by our very own Councilwoman Stephanie Fox. This episode delves into the new world of privacy concerns that has been opened by the proliferation of social media and mobile devices. The presence of teen and adult perspectives provides a balanced view on these evolving issues. To access this episode for free through the Nickelodeon website, click here.

 
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