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| Thursday, June 5, 2003

Today

  • Allegheny County Jail Oversight Board: 4 p.m., County Courthouse, Conference Room 1, first floor, Grant Street, Downtown.
  • Cranberry supervisors: 7 p.m., municipal building, 2525 Rochester Road. Phone: (724) 776-4806.
  • Pine-Richland School Board: 7:30 p.m., DeWitt Blank conference room, Pine-Richland Administration Building, 700 Warrendale Road. Phone: (724) 625-4444.

    Monday

  • Adams supervisors : 8 p.m., township office, 170 Hutchman Road. Phone: (724) 625-2221.
  • Avonworth School Board: 7:30 p.m., administration building middle/high school campus, 258 Joseph's Lane. Phone: (412) 369-8738.
  • Fox Chapel Environmental Advisory Council: 7:30 p.m., borough office, 401 Fox Chapel Road. Phone: (412) 963-1100.
  • Fox Chapel Area School Board: 7 p.m., Fox Chapel Area High School, 611 Field Club Road. Phone: (412) 963-9600.
  • Indiana Township Historical commission: 7 p.m., township office, Route 910, Indianola. Phone: (412) 767-5333.
  • Mars Council: 8 p.m., Mars Library, 107 Grand Ave. Phone: (724) 625-1858.
  • Marshall Board of Supervisors: 7:30 p.m., township office, 525 Pleasant Hill Road. Details: (724) 935-3090.
  • O'Hara Zoning Board: 7:30 p.m., township office, 325 Fox Chapel Road. Phone: (412) 782-1400.
  • Ohio Township supervisors: 7:30 p.m., 1719 Roosevelt Road. Phone: (412) 364-6321.
  • Penn Planning Commission: 8 p.m., township office, 105 Township Lane. Phone: (724) 586-1165.
  • Reserve commissioners: 7:30 p.m., 33 Lonsdale St. Phone: (412) 322-1551.
  • Seneca Valley School Board: 8 p.m., intermediate school auditorium, 126 Seneca School Road. Phone: (724) 452-6040, ext. 255.
  • Seven Fields Council: 7 p.m., borough office, Suite 100, 2200 Garden Drive. Phone: (724) 776-3090.
  • Sewickley Tree Commission: 7:30 p.m., borough office, 601 Thorn St. Phone: (412) 741-4015.
  • Shaler Area School board: 6 p.m., transportation committee meeting; 7 p.m., finance committee meeting. District building, 1800 Mt. Royal Blvd. Phone: (412) 492-1200, ext. 2899.
  • Sharpsburg Council : 7:30 p.m., borough office, 1611 Main St. Phone: (412) 781-0546.
  • Valencia Council : 8 p.m., borough office, 61 Almira St. Phone: (724) 625-3430.
  • Zelienople Council: 7:30 p.m., borough office, 111 W. New Castle St. Phone: (724) 452-6610.

    Tuesday

  • Ben Avon Heights Council: 7:30 p.m., Shannopin County Club. Phone: (412) 766-1561.
  • Indiana Township supervisors: 7 p.m., township office, Route 910, Indianola. Phone: (412) 767-5333.
  • Mars Area School Board: 7:30 p.m., administration building, Route 228. Phone: (724) 625-1518.
  • Millvale Council : 8 p.m., borough office, 501 Lincoln Ave. Phone: (412) 821-2777.
  • Northern Tier Library Board: 7 p.m. Northern Tier Library Richland Center, 4015 Dickey Road.
  • O'Hara Council: 8 p.m., township office, 325 Fox Chapel Road. Phone: (412) 782-1400.
  • Pittsburgh City Council: 10 a.m., City-County Building, Council Chambers, fifth floor, Grant Street, Downtown. Regular meeting.
  • Sewickley Zoning Board: 7:30 p.m., council work session, borough office, 601 Thorn St. Phone: (412) 741-4015.
  • Shaler commissioners: 7:30 p.m., regular business meeting, township building, 300 Wetzel Road. Phone: (412) 486-9700.

    Wednesday

  • Aspinwall Council: 7 p.m., municipal building, 217 Commercial Ave. Phone: (412) 781-0213.
  • Cranberry Planning Commission: 7 p.m., municipal building, 2525 Rochester Road. Phone: (724) 776-4806.
  • Deer Lakes School Board : 7 p.m., agenda meeting, high school library, East Union Road. Phone: (724) 265-5300.
  • Emsworth Council: 7:30 p.m., 171 Center Ave. Phone: (412) 761-1161.
  • Hampton Council : 7:30 p.m., township office, 3101 McCully Road. Phone: (724) 443-7585.
  • Pittsburgh City Council: 10 a.m., standing committee meeting, City-County Building, Council Chambers, fifth floor, Grant Street, Downtown.
  • Shaler library board: 8 p.m., Shaler North Hills Library, 1822 Mt. Royal Blvd. Phone: (412) 486-0211.
  • West View Council: 8 p.m., borough office, 441 Perry Highway. Phone: (412) 931-2800.

    May 5

  • Allegheny County Property Assessment Appeals Board: 8 a.m., County Office Building, Room 328, Forbes Avenue, Downtown.
  • Allegheny County Retirement Board: Noon, County Courthouse, Conference Room 1, first floor, Grant Street, Downtown.
  • Community College of Allegheny County: 1 p.m., 800 Allegheny Ave., 5th Floor, North Side.
  • Indiana Township Zoning Hearing Board: 7 p.m., township office, Route 910, Indianola. Phone (412) 767-5333.
  • Shaler Zoning Hearing Board: 7:30 p.m., township building, 300 Wetzel Road. Phone: (412) 486-9700.
  • West Deer Planning commission: 7:30 p.m., township building, East Union Road. Phone: (724) 265-3680.
  • Urban Redevelopment Authority: 2:00 p.m., Civic Building, 13th floor, Wherrett Room, 200 Ross St., Downtown.

    June 13

  • Allegheny County Airport Authority: 1 p.m., Pittsburgh International Airport, Landside Terminal, mezzanine level, Conference Room A, Findlay.

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