Daily Archives: November 11, 2019

Greenfield Community Awards on Nov 16

34th Annual Greenfield Community Awards Dinner

The 34th annual Greenfield Community Awards are coming soon.

Location: St. Rosalia Church Hall, 411 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15207
Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019, 6 pm

Tickets: $30/adult $15/youth
Limited tickets still available. Please contact Mary Ann Hatala at awards@gcapgh.org or 412-477-4995

Join your neighbors to honor these 2019 Awardees.

Greenfield Community Association awards:
Get It Done: Mark Gaudio
Public Safety: Victoria Butch, John Tokarski

Greenfield Baseball Association awards:
Ali Myslinki
Chris Ribarchak

Greenfield Organized Against Drugs awards:
Marshall McGraw
Gabriel Rosario

Education Awards, Greenfield Elementary School:
Ilene DiSilvio

2019 Greenfield Service Awards
Business – Franklin Inn Mexican Restaurant
New Business – Capezzuto’s
Tim Kelley Memorial Award – Bryan McCann

Youth Recognition
James Bonacci Kenna Campbell Gwen Connor
Evan Henke Dom Rapone Brennan Rosario
Domenic Guercio Sidney Scheidlmeier

Girls Scouts Leadership
Amy Raulerson
Holly Santry

Community Service – Chris Roberts

Hall of Fame
Terry & Karen Quirin
Conicella’s Pizza

Special Recognition: Joe Pegher

Person of the Year: James Gregg, Jr.

Mon-Oakland Mobility Public Process Meeting, Nov 21, 6pm

Mon-Oakland Mobility Public Process: Please join DOMI for a Public Meeting on November 21, 2019.

The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure invites you to attend and participate in a Public Meeting for the Mon-Oakland Mobility Project. The meeting will include an update on the progress and current status of the Mon-Oakland Mobility Project. We will also seek feedback on specific elements of the project.

Date: Thursday, November 21, 2019
Doors Open: 6:00 pm
Presentation: 6:30 pm
Location: Center of Life (161 Hazelwood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15207)

Refreshments will be provided.

Register for the meeting on Nov. 21st at 6 PM here (pre-registration is not required, and kids are welcome).

Find out more about the public process by visiting mon-oaklandmobility.com or by emailing 4milerun.mobility@pittsburghpa.gov.

Materials for the meeting will be made available in advance via the website.