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The Allentown Senior Citizens Center will celebrate Valentine’s Day on Thursday, Feb. 13. There will be dancing, sing-alongs, door prizes, raffles, and refreshments.
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The Brashear Association is looking for Hilltop residents to become members of a new Hilltop Program See Page 4 Steering Committee to drive Carrick future programing needs in Concord Presbyteri- the Hilltop. an Church has a free dinKelli Murphy, a master’s ner for veterans and their level University of Pittsfamilies on the third burgh intern with Brashear, Wednesday of every briefly outlined the promonth. gram at the February meetSee Page 4 ing of the Carrick Overbrook Mt. Washington Block Watch. The Association is lookThe next Mount Washington Community De- ing for 22 community memvelopment Corporation’s bers to be part of the steerCommunity Forum will ing committee. They had albe a Year in Review. The ready received applications Forum, slated for Thurs- from 12 people. The committee will meet day, Feb. 20, 6:30 p.m. in the evening on the first at the Mount WashingWednesday for 12 consecuton Healthy Active Living Center. 122 Virginia tive months. “The purpose is to get Avenue. people from all the Hilltop See Page 4 neighborhoods to identify South Side service gaps in the neighborOn Friday, Feb. 14, the hoods,” she said. The steerSouth Side Presbyterian ing committee is being unChurch welcomes all to its derwritten through a grant Open Mic Coffee House: from Neighborhood Allies. Valentine Special at 7:30 The grant will also be used - 9 p.m. to develop future programSee Page 2 ming at Brashear’s new upcoming community center in Hilltop Neighbors in three Hill- Knoxville. The deadline to apply is top communities have an opportunity to make a dif- February 21 with commitference in their neighbor- tee members notified of their acceptance on February 28. hoods. See Page 3 The first meeting will be on Housing Court............... Online March 4. Zoning Board................ Online Ms. Murphy and another master’s level intern at Or check them out at: Brashear are in the process www.sopghreporter.com of completing a communi-
ty needs assessment in the Hilltop. When completed, the needs assessment will be posted online. The deadline to apply for the steering committee is February 21. Email: kelli. murphy@brashearboard. org for questions. Hilltop residents may apply at: https://tinyurl.com/ to3z43t Written applications can be picked up at the Carnegie Library in Carrick or Knoxville or any Brashear Association location. Zone 3 officer Christine Luffey began her presentation of cases of interest from the last month in the neighborhood with a pair from January 7. The first case presented started out as a violent domestic call concerning a mother and son in Overbrook. Officer Luffey said the victim was the mother who was going to visit her grandkids. From the report, the son doesn’t get along with the mother of the grandkids. Police were sent from a 911 report of a car into a porch. When they arrived, it was determined the son had struck the mother in the face several times before pushing her vehicle with his into a neighbor’s porch. About an hour later after another 911 call, the son was arrested when his vehicle lost a tire and got stuck on a guiderail. Charges for the son include: Reckless Continued on Page 2
The City Department of Mobility and Infrastructure has released a draft Bike(+) Master Plan for public comment. The plan lays out a vision for a safe and connected network of on-street facilities that will enable people of all ages and abilities to travel by bicycle and other small mobility modes to access needs of daily life.
DOMI releases draft Bike(+) Master Plan for review and opportunities to comment
After five years of planning and input from hundreds of individuals, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure has released the draft Bike(+) Master Plan for public comment. The plan lays out a vision for a safe and connected network of on-street and offstreet facilities that will enable people of all ages and abilities to travel by bicycle and other small mobility modes to access the needs of daily life including grocery stores, parks, schools and places of employment. The ten-year plan aims to increase safety and access, expand affordable travel choices, and provide attractive alternatives for short-distance vehicle travel to reduce traffic congestion and associated emissions. The city is seeking broad
public comment through the end of March. The Draft Plan is available at www.pittsburghpa.gov/domi/bikeplan and will be posted at multiple open houses throughout the city with more planned for Oakland and the West End. Comment and feedback may also be provided via email to email@example.com or by calling the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure. Branded the Bike “Plus” Plan, the strategy not only proactively addresses emerging forms of mobility such as pedal-assist electric bicycles, motorized scooter and skateboards, but is additive beyond mobility. “The Bike(+) Plan is safety, plus access, plus sustainability, plus joyful travel,” said Mayor William Peduto. “It is another building block in strengthening an
inclusive, vibrant, resilient city providing travel options that accommodate and respect the great diversity and needs of our people.” The plan is a critical step in meeting city climate goals to reduce transportation-related emissions 50 percent by 2030 while at the same time expanding affordable access to jobs and destinations. “There is a direct correlation between the implementation of safe bicycling facilities and new people riding bikes for transportation,” said David White, executive director, Pittsburgh Bike Share. “It’s exciting to see the city enabling more people to complete short trips by bike safely and comfortably through a connected Bike(+) network.” The Draft Bike(+) Plan Continued on Page 3
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New steering group, area crime reports discussed in Carrick Continued from Page 1 endangerment of another person; reckless driving; simple assault; accidents involving damage; false reports to law enforcement officers; criminal mischief; escape; and, resisting arrest. The second case from the afternoon of January 7 was for a call to a Brownsville Road pharmacy where a man had overdosed in the restroom. According to the report, medics arrived first. Police spoke with the Baldwin man and removed heroin from him. He was charged with possession and possession of a controlled substance. The third case presented also resulted from a 911 call occurring on the morning of January 11 in the 2200 block of Brownsville Road and was a domestic case between two sisters. According to the report, one sister had moved in
with another sister several months prior. On the morning of January 11, the sisters had a disagreement concerning the amount of money one sister was paying the other to live in the apartment. Officer Luffey said the sister who rented the apartment thought her sister should be paying more money to live in the apartment. The victim stated her sister had struck her numerous times with the handle of the knife before slashing her in the hand. The sister was charged with aggravated assault. The next case described involved officers being dispatched to Hazeldell Street at about midnight on January 16 for a call of shots fired. The officers canvased the area after learning from a homeowner that they had heard five or six shots nearby. The officers were
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of drug offenses officer Luffey said. In addition to presenting the cases, officer Luffey announced this year’s Biscuits Bingo, set for March 7, had already sold out. The bingo, now in its 22nd year, raises money for animal welfare organizations. In announcements, the Pittsburgh Promise 5K Walk is slated for April 18 at Pittsburgh Carrick High School this year. More de-
tails will be available in the coming weeks. The Carrick Community Council will hold a membership meeting on February 24 at 7 p.m. at 25 Carrick Avenue. Plans are underway to bring back the Carrick Cornfest and rebrand it as the “Carrick Reunion.” The “Reunion” will be at Phillips Park sometime in August and will feature family-friendly activities.
On Friday, Feb. 14, the South Side Presbyterian Church welcomes all to its Open Mic Coffee House: Valentine Special at 7:30 9 p.m. Come to enjoy performances as well as the friendly fellowship with old and new friends. The $5 suggested donation includes candlelight conversation, the
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She said she had just put a young child in the back seat of the SUV when four men approached her. She told the police it was her feeling the men would have stolen her vehicle if she hadn’t taken the shots. Officer Luffey said the case is still under investigation. Another interesting case, she said, was on January 16 occurred at 6 a.m. in the 100 block of Madeline Street. Zone 3 officers along with narcotics and vice detectives had obtained search warrants concerning two individuals. The officers breeched the door after there was no response from the home to their identifying themselves. Police recovered OxyContin, Oxycodone, marijuana and crack cocaine. The individuals were charged with a long list
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