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Government, Police & Fire
Peters Township Council wants its police officers to be able to use radar to catch speeders.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Peters Township plans to conduct a traffic calming study on Maple Lane after years of receiving complaints from area residents.
Peters Township Council on Monday night voted to appoint three new members to its Youth Commission. Find out who are the new members!
Peters Township is trying to recoup money from Waste Management after there were two separate issues with trash pickup during the holidays.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Peters Township Council wants to revisit the municipality’s electronic sign ordinance and might eventually allow businesses to install multi-colored signs.
The developer that bought the former Mayview State Hospital property is asking South Fayette Township officials to allow it to perform surface mining to remove coal.
Peters Township officials and St. Benedict the Abbot have reached an agreement to allow the Catholic church to post several Lenten Fish Fry signs around the community.
The move would increase the price of gasoline, but would bring in billions in new revenue to Pennsylvania.
Peters Township Council is waiting a little longer to fill five vacancies on the municipality’s youth commission.
Government, Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
The Peters Township Junior Football Association received approval to expand its press box and storage building at Hofbauer Field. The expansion will cost the association close to $25,000.
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