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West Deer announces paving plan, money for bathroom repairs

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West Deer Supervisors plan to spend almost $1 million on this year’s summer paving program.

A contract of just more than $803,500 and another worth $173,500 were awarded to Youngblood Paving of Wampum.

The larger contract is for paving Hillcrest Drive, Rickenback Road, Havencrest Drive, Dawn Road, Skyview Terrace, Paradise Drive and Kaufman Road from Bairdford to Logan roads.

Also included are Walnut, Beechnut and Chestnut streets.

The smaller contract is for Dawson Road, along with Blanchard and Hemphill roads.

No start date was given but officials said residents would be notified before work begins.

Senior citizens center bathroom repairs being planned

State Rep. Bob Brooks, R-Murrysville, will donate part of his salary to repair bathrooms at the township’s senior citizens center.

Eric Felack, chief of staff for Brooks, said the representative plans to use a portion of his salary to fund charitable causes within the 54th Legislative District.

Arrangements will be made so repairs are done when the center is not being used.

George Guido is a Tribune-Review contributing writer.

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