Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Here are unofficial election results for Dormont Borough, Keystone Oaks School Board and City of Pittsburgh offices.
Dormont, Brookline and Keystone Oaks School District voters went to the polls on Tuesday to select the candidates who will run in the fall general election. In Dormont, former police Chief Phil Ross will run unopposed in the fall for mayor of Dormont. To see the unofficial primary election results for mayor and for Dormont Council, click here. There are a number of new names on the ballot for Keystone Oaks School Board. With the exception of incumbent Lisa Cancelliere, who is a Democrat, all other candidates cross-filed. To see these unofficial results, click here. In the City of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto will be the Democratic candidate for Pittsburgh mayor in the fall general election. Click here to read more about that race. In addition, …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Scroll down to view the May 21 primary results. Data is provided by the Allegheny County Division of Elections.
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Here's information about candidates, polling places and more. Check back with D-B Patch tonight for results.
It's Tuesday, May 21, and today is the Pennsylvania Primary Election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Click the highlighted links to see a list of candidates running for each of the following offices: Dormont Council Keystone Oaks School Board City of Pittsburgh Offices (Mayor and District 4 Council Seat) To find your polling place, click here. For information about the Voter ID law, click here. Dormont-Brookline Patch will follow election results after the polls close at 8 p.m. Check back with Dormont-Brookline Patch tonight for unofficial election results. Join Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Dormont Council on Monday approved several new hires to borough positions.
Dormont Borough Council on Monday made several new hires to positions within the borough. Some employees will be working only through the summer, and others were hired as fulltime borough employees: Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Dormont Council's regular meeting is Monday, May 6.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Dormont Council's regular meeting is Monday, May 6.
Dormont Borough Council will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, May 6, at 7 p.m. at Dormont Municipal Center. Council plans to approve several new hires in the borough, including Jeff Stakich as Fire Apparatus Operator/Desk Officer, and Adam Schmidt and Robert Barnes III as police officers. Council also plans to fill a vacancy on the planning commission, approve a donation to Boy Scout Troop 23, and to approve several items relating to borough policy and maintenance issues. Updates about the West Liberty Avenue Redevelopment Plan, the CMU parking study, and the traffic calming study on Voelkel and Belrose avenues will be provided. Parts I and II of the agenda package are attached to this article as PDF documents. The agenda also is …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Candidates have filed to run for Dormont Mayor, Dormont Council and the position of tax collector.
There are no Republicans on the ballot in Dormont for the 2013 primary elections, but Democrats are running for several positions in the borough, including Mayor, Tax Collector and council members. The Pennsylvania primary will be held on May 21. The following candidates will appear on the ballot: Mayor Tax Collector Dormont Council, 4-year term. Four seats: Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Dormont Council will meet today, Monday, April 1.
Dormont Council meets today, Monday, April 1, at 7 p.m. at Dormont Municipal Center. Agenda items include amending the fee schedule, amending the agreement with Cochran Real Estate, and approving a memorandum of understanding with Keystone Oaks School District to provide for procedures in case of an emergency at the schools. The borough manager also will provide updates on the West Liberty Avenue Redevelop project, the Voelkel and Belrose avenues traffic calming project, and the CMU parking study. The meeting agenda, as well as all related documents, are attached to this article in PFD format. The documents also are available on the Dormont Borough website. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
In a public meeting last week, an environmental engineering firm presented possible plans for addressing flooding in Athens Alley.
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Tuesday, March 26
Dormont Borough is in the process of considering plans to address flooding issues along Athens Alley, and heard last week from a firm helping to find solutions to the issue. Environmental engineering firm Hazen & Sawyer has been examining the flooding problem, and presented findings and possible fixes March 18, at a meeting to address the issue of regular flooding between Texas and Annex avenues. The PowerPoint the company presented at the meeting is attached to this article in PDF format. It is also available on the Dormont Borough website. Hazen & Sawyer identified several issues with the alley's current layout. As noted in the PowerPoint, storm sewers are undersized. There are too few inlets, and those that exist are poorly located, …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Two Dormont policemen were sworn in to their new positions at Monday's Dormont Council meeting.
Two Dormont police officers were sworn in to new positions Monday, and Dormont residents said "goodbye" to their long-time police chief. Police Sgt. Michael Bisignani was sworn in as the new Chief of Dormont Police, filling the position of former Chief Phil Ross, who retired March 3. Officer Tom Madden was sworn in as police sergeant, filling Bisignani's former position. Council plans to hire an additional patrolman at a later date. Former Chief Ross also was recognized Monday, when Mayor Tom Lloyd presented him with a certificate of appreciation for his 29 years of service with the Dormont Police Department. "We certainly are sorry to see Phil Ross step down as chief, but glad to see that when he stepped down, he was the chief," Lloyd …