Where to vote on May 21; polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
• Ward 1, District 1 – Carnegie Volunteer Fire & Rescue Amb. Bay, 201 West Main St.
• Ward 1, District 2 — Carnegie Borough building, 1 Veterans Way, lobby.
• Ward 1, District 3 — Carnegie Borough building, 1 Veterans Way.
• Ward 1, District 4 – Carnegie Volunteer Fire & Rescue Amb. Bay, 201 West Main St.
• Ward 2, District 1 – Andrew Carnegie Free Library, 300 Beechwood Ave.
• Ward 2, District 2 – Andrew Carnegie Free Library, 300 Beechwood Ave.
• Ward 2, District 3 — Carnegie Elementary School, Franklin Avenue.
• Ward 2, District 4 — Carnegie Elementary School, Franklin Avenue.
• Ward 1, District 1 — Crafton Community Center, 140 Bradford Ave.
• Ward 1, District 2 — Crafton Elementary School, 1874 Crafton Blvd.
• Ward 2, District 1 — St. Matthew Church Hall, Steuben Street and Lincoln Ave.
• Ward 2, District 2 — Crafton Towers, 1215 Foster Ave., recreation room.
• Ward 3, District 1 — American Legion Post 145, N. Linwood and Crennel.
• Ward 3, District 2 — Presbyterian Church, Hawthorne and Manor, Sunday school room.
• Heidelberg Volunteer Fire Company, 456 First St., social hall.
• District 1 — Borough Fire Hall, 825 Poplar St.
• District 2 — Borough Municipal Center, 10 West Manilla Ave.
• District 3 — Borough Municipal Center, 10 West Manilla Ave.
• District 4 — St. Margaret Church cafeteria, 310 Mansfield Ave.
• Community center, King's Highway.
• Ward 1, District 1 – St. Ignatius School, 125 Finley Ave., Glendale.
• Ward 1, District 2 – St. Ignatius School, 125 Finley Ave., Glendale.
• Ward 2, District 1 — Scott Park community building, Park Road.
• Ward 2, District 2 — Scott Park community building, Park Road.
• Ward 3, District 1 — Vanadium Woods Village, community room, 50 Vanadium Road.
• Ward 3, District 2 — Vanadium Woods Village, community room, 50 Vanadium Road.
• Ward 4, District 1 — Our Lady of Grace Church, 310 Kane Blvd.
• Ward 4, District 2 — Our Lady of Grace Church, 310 Kane Blvd.
• Ward 5, District 1 — Scott Township municipal building.
• Ward 5, District 2 — Chartiers Valley Intermediate School, 2030 Swallow Hill Road.
• Ward 6, District 1 — Covenant-Community Presbyterian Church, 1630 Greentree Road.
• Ward 6, District 2 — Covenant-Community Presbyterian Church, 1630 Greentree Road
• Ward 7, District 1 — St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 55 Forsythe Road.
• Ward 7, District 2 — St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 55 Forsythe Road.
• Ward 8, District 1 — Our Lady of Victory Maronite Church, 1000 Lindsay Road.
• Ward 8, District 2 — Our Lady of Victory Maronite Church, 1000 Lindsay Road.
• Ward 9, District 1 — SS. Simon and Jude School gym, 1625 Greentree Road.
• Ward 9, District 2 – SS. Simon and Jude School gym, 1625 Greentree Road.
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