Penn Hills will vote on new tax collector Monday night
Penn Hills Council will vote on the following resolutions at its July 14 meeting, which will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers, located at 12245 Frankstown Road:
• Entering into a three-year agreement with Keystone Tax Service for the collection of municipal real-estate, local and business-privilege taxes. The Penn Hills School District also recently voted to install Keystone as its tax collector.
• Entering into a new five-year towing and storage agreement with Don Kuhn Auto Body for municipal vehicles.
• Awarding two contracts for the demolition of a total of 11 structures as part of the seventh round of municipal demolitions.
• Awarding the 2014 paving program, in the amount of $718,503, to A. Folino Construction of Oakmont.
• Awarding a contract to Nick's Automotive Inc. for the maintenance and repair of municipal vehicles.
For more information, call the municipal building at 412-798-2100.
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