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Hearing scheduled for Carnegie massage parlor

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

A public hearing will be held June 9 for the conditional use of a West Main Street property as a massage parlor.

Qun Shen, owner of Excel USA Trading and Services, is applying for the conditional use of the commercial property in Carnegie at 39 West Main St., which is vacant.

County property records show Michael and Anita Riley as the owners since 1992. The 2014 assessed value is $400,600.

More than $1,900 is owed in 2014 taxes on the property, according to real estate records.

The June 9 hearing, to be held at 6:30 p.m. before the Carnegie council voting meeting, will allow members of council and the public to ask questions and express any concerns about the parlor.

In other business:

• Council approved the purchase of a $38,000 Vactor Sewer Cleaner from A&H Equipment. The cleaner was not in the budget, but officials said money from the sewer fund can be used to purchase it.

“This is something we've been trying to get for a good, long time for our public works,” said council Vice President Sue Demko. “They can start doing some of our sewer cleaning in-house.”

• Offered part-time seasonal public works employment at a rate of $9 per hour to the following: Brad Moehring, Dennis Lawrence Jr., Jeffery Stephan Jr. and Jordan Oddi.

• Offered part-time season public works employment to Frank Shimatzki at a rate of $18 per hour.

Megan Guza is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-388-5810 or mguza@tribweb.com.

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