Miss something? No sweat. Here's the week in review, Feb. 18 to Feb. 22.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Erin Faulk
Saturday, February 23
Busy week? No downtime? Missed the news? Don't sweat it. Here's a list of this week's top stories from Dormont-Brookline Patch, so you can catch up on the goods. This week on Dormont-Brookline Patch: Where Are the Potholes in Dormont and Brookline? Ravenstahl Fires Pittsburgh Police Chief Police Offer Reward for Rite Aid Robbery Suspect Property, Vehicle Damaged After Hillsdale Ave. Accident TAKE SURVEY: CMU Students Look at Route 51 Bus Stops CMU Students to Provide Dormont Parking Study Got your own news to share? Add your organization's events to our Event Calendar. Share your wedding, baby or graduation news in our Announcements section and, while you're at it, upload your photos to our Neighborhood Gallery. We'd love to hear from you…
Graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University will provide a study of Dormont's parking situation—for free.
Dormont Borough is going to get a complete parking study, courtesy of graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University—and they're going to do it for free, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. The Tribune-Review last week reported on the program, which was discussed at the Feb. 4 council meeting. The 10-week project would focus on how to improve the parking situation in Dormont's business and residential areas. A group of graduate students from the university's Sustainable Community Development course would conduct the project. For details, and to read the full report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, click here. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.