State Law requires every borough to have a Uniform Construction Code (UCC) Board in place to hear appeals if they arise. BRADDOCK BOROUGH is participating in a multi-municipal board through the Turtle Creek Valley Council of Governments (TCVCOG). Are you a plumber, electrician, engineer, or in the building trade? If so, you are invited to apply to serve on this board. The board meets at the TCVCOG office which is located in the Monroeville Municipal Building, but only as needed. A $50 stipend is paid for each hearing attended. This is a great opportunity for busy professionals to serve our region. Please contact your borough office if you’re interested in serving.
The Borough now has a Code Enforcement Officer ~ Cynthia Passarell
With Warm Weather. . .
Thank you for your cooperation.
8:00AM - NOON Street Cleaner on EVEN
Side of Street
EXTENDED BUS SERVICE IN BOROUGH
Extension of 61A Braddock -- anticipated service begins June 9 or June 16, 2013
Changes to Routes:
• 61A - Extension from current weekday terminus at Swissvale Station via Woodstock Avenue, Hawkins Avenue, Middle Avenue, Baldridge Avenue, 6th Street, Braddock Avenue, and Library Street to new terminus on Library Street between Maple Way and Braddock Avenue (uphill side).
61A - Extension from current Saturday, Sunday/Holiday terminus at Wilkinsburg Station via South Avenue, Swissvale Avenue, Edgewood Avenue, Waverley Street, Noble Street, Roslyn Street, Woodstock Avenue and then weekday routing above to new terminus on Library Street.
61A trips departing Library Street will continue Library, to-Jones, left-Baldridge, right-Middle , left-Hawkins and continue the reverse of the above.
61A frequency -- Weekday peak - every 15 minutes, off-peak - every 30 minutes, Saturday - every 30 minutes, Sunday/Holiday -- every 45 minutes.
61B - This route will be truncated at the new terminus on' Library Street (uphill side). When, leaving Library Street, it will continue Library Street to Jones Avenue, left-Baldridge, left-6th, and right-Braddock Avenue and then continue its current route to Downtown Pittsburgh.
61B frequency is identical to 61A.
Port Authority riders in the vicinity of Library Street will have access to double the number of trips they currently have, Port Authority riders in the vicinity of upper Corey Avenue, 4th Street and Overland Street will have direct service (on Hawkins Avenue) to Edgewood, Wilkinsburg, Squirrel Hill, Oakland and Downtown seven day a week. The new direct link to Wilkinsburg substantially enhances transfer opportunities to other parts of the transit network. Not-in-service buses going to and from the garage will no longer use 4th Street as they currently are. They will go directly from the Rankin Bridge via Braddock Avenue to Library Street.
Riders currently riding 61B
between Braddock acid North Braddock will still have 59 MON
VALLEY to make this trip. Otherwise they can transfer between 61A and 61B at
Library Street, Transfer activity may increase at the new terminus between
61A/61B and 59.
Riders going to Swissvale Station must use 59 or 61A under the new routing plan.
61B will no longer serve Swissvale Station. Port
Authority crews will sign the uphill curb of Library Street between Braddock
Avenue and Maple Way as a Bus Time Recovery Zone with No Automobile Parking
NOW OPEN!!! The Braddock Community Cafe!
Agenda Meetings at 6:30pm; Regular Council Meetings
at 7:00pm December 10, 2013
December 10, 2013
Borough of Braddock