Parked cars on side streets in Bridgeville issue for snow-removal crews
By Staff Report
Published: Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
Bridgeville Borough Council is cautioning residents who live on side streets to park with care during the winter months.
Public-works crews have had a difficult time clearing streets because of parked cars.
Bridgeville Borough Council member Mary Weise said during a meeting earlier this month that the public works drivers have even hit vehicles parked along the side of the road.
“I can particularly say that Dewey Avenue (off of Chartiers Street) has been a problem,” Weise said.
Officials are asking residents to park their cars in their garages or their driveways if they have them, Weise said.
The Bridgeville Athletic Association is seeking local companies to sponsor baseball and softball teams for the 2013 season.
Team sponsorship costs $200 and includes the name of the company on all of the players' shirts or hats. There are boys and girls teams. Companies also can sponsor a sign placed along the fence at Chartiers Park.
For more information about this and other information about the Bridgeville Athletic Association, call Joe Verduci at 412-221-3209.
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