Monday, February 18, 2013
Looking for a volunteer position? The Canonsburg-Houston Joint Authority needs a new member.
If you're looking for a way to volunteer in the Canon-McMillan community, Canonsburg Council has an opportunity for you. Council is searching for a resident to serve on the Canonsburg-Houston Joint Authority. It is prefered that the successful candidate have a financial background. Sound like something you'd be interested in? To submit your name to council, please call the borough at 724-745-1800.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Contracts were awarded and residents were appointed to various boards.
Miss the Canonsburg Council this week? No worries. Here's a rundown of what happened. Council Monday approved four apparent low bids for remodeling the borough building. They include: Also at the meeting: Council re-appointed several members to borough boards. They include: Jeffrey Derrico, two-year term on the Zoning Hearing Board And additionally: Mayor David Rhome also honored two police officers, Det. Alexander Coghill and Charles Tenney, for their work in solving the case of the death of Jose Medina. Both Tenney and Coghill credited the entire force for its work and said they were accepting on behalf of all the officers.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The memorandum would give CHJA control of all operations at the sewage plant in exchange for $3 million to be paid to the borough.
Canonsburg Council met Monday, and borough officials said the majority of the almost three-hour agenda meeting focused on memorandum of understanding proposed by the Canonsburg-Houston Joint Authority. The memorandum has been under consideration for nearly six months and would give CHJA control of all operations at the sewage plant in exchange for $3 million to be paid to the borough, according to the document. The memorandum would also extend the borough's lease-back arrangement with CHJA so that the authority could obtain 30-year bonds to expand and update the plant. At the meeting, CHJA Chairman Mike Alterio said design for the expanded plant is 60 percent complete and was scheduled to be bid out in August. Alterio said council had …