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South Hills polling places to cast votes

| Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Here's a list of where you need to go to cast your vote Tuesday:

Baldwin Township

• Community Building, 10 Community Park Drive

Baldwin Borough

• Districts 1 and 2 — Lafferty Community Center, 330 Joseph St.

• Districts 3 and 16 — Baldwin municipal building, 3344 Churchview Ave.

• Districts 4 and 12 — St. Albert the Great Church, 3171 Churchview Ave.

• District 5 — Option Independent Volunteer Fire Co. Hall, 825 Streets Run Road.

• Districts 6, 8, 14 and 17 — McAnnulty Elementary School gymnasium, entrance No. 1, 5151 McAnulty Road.

• Districts 7, 10 and 11 — Leland Community Center, 5230 Wolfe Road.

• Districts 9 and 18 — Wallace Building, 41 Macek Drive.

• Districts 13 and 15 — Paynter Elementary School gymnasium, Entrance No. 23, 3454 Pleasantvue Drive.

Brentwood Borough

• Districts 1 and 9 — Moore Elementary School, 3809 Dalewood St.

• District 2 — Concordia Lutheran Church, 3109 Brownsville Road.

• Districts 3 and 5 — Elroy Elementary School, 3129 Elroy Ave.

• District 4 — Garage, 3209 Willett Road.

• District 6 — Brentwood Municipal Building, 3624 Brownsville Road.

• District 7 — St. Sylvester Gymnasium, 3754 Brownsville Road.

• District 8 — St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 4048 Brownsville Road.

• District 10 — Brentwood Library Community Room, 3501 Brownsville Road.

Jefferson Hills

• District 1 — Gill Hall Community Center, 1255 Gill Hall Road.

• Districts 2 and 5 — Jefferson Hills municipal building, 925 Old Clairton Road.

• Districts 3 and 4 — 885 Volunteer Fire Co., 380 Wray Road.

• District 6 — Floreffe Volunteer Fire Co., 1540 State St.

• District 7 — The former Large Volunteer Fire Co., 1512 Clairton Boulevard.

• District 8 — Jefferson United Methodist Church, 310 Gill Hall Road.

Pleasant Hills

• Districts 1, 2 and 3 — Pleasant Hills Presbyterian Church, 199 Old Clairton Road.

• District 4 — Pleasant Hills Volunteer Fire Co., 72 Clairton Blvd.

• Districts 5, 6 and 7 — Pleasant Hills borough building, community room, 410 E. Bruceton Road.

• District 8 — New Wine Harvest Church, 268 Old Clairton Road.

• District 9 — Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 406 Old Clairton Road.

• District 10 — Pleasant Hills Presbyterian Church, 199 Old Clairton Road.

Whitehall Borough

• Districts 1 and 15 — Baldwin Community United Methodist Church, Wesley Hall, 5001 Baptist Road.

• District 2 — St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 5200 Greenridge Drive.

• Districts 3 and 4 — Whitehall Borough building, 100 Borough Park Road.

• Districts 5, 6, 9 and 12 — Baldwin High School, 4653 Clairton Blvd.

• District 7 — Cannongate apartment building, party room, 200 White Hampton Lane.

• Districts 8 and 11 — Whitehall Elementary, 4900 Curry Road.

• Districts 10, 14 and 16 — Baldwin Community United Methodist Church, Asbury Hall, 5001 Baptist Road.

• District 13 — St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 5200 Greenridge Drive.

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