Aspinwall OKs paving work along parts of Center Ave.
A Folino Construction of Oakmont will perform street paving work in Aspinwall.
Officials approved the $49,981.25 contract last week.
Paving work will include parts of Center Avenue.
Borough manager Melissa Lang said work will be completed by early October.
Grant covers sidewalk ramps cost
Grant money available through the Allegheny Valley North Council of Governments will pay for sidewalk ramps in Aspinwall.
Officials approved a $17,104 contract with Penn Landscape and Cement Work of Verona to complete the work.
Aspinwall Police Officer Daniel Ament was praised by the Shaler Police Department in a letter to the borough. Ament responded to a shooting incident in Shaler last month to assist with the scene.
The letter thanked Ament for his help as part of the mutual aid agreement between the two communities.
The next council meeting will be Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at the borough building on Commercial Ave.
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