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Feed the Community, a free dinner for all Hilltop residents, will take place on Sunday, July 15, beginning at 4 p.m. at St. Paul AME Church, 400 Orchard Place. See Page 6

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Brashear Association’s Christmas in July benefiting its Holiday Assistance Program will take place at Super Happy Fun Time Bar & Arcade, 1323 East Carson Street, on Wednesday, July 11 from 5-8 p.m. See Page 8

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The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association is celebrating its 20th year as a neighborhood association, with a special summer picnic with special food, entertainment, and free volunteer t-shirts. See Page 8

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On Thursday, July 12, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the South Side Market House, 202 Bedford Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15203, Fourth Economy and TST Productions will host an interactive build session to develop priority actions strengthening East Carson Street and plan for their implementation. See Page 8

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By Austin Vaught Contributing Writer Carrick residents heard an update on summer crime as Zone 3 officer Christine Luffey was the primary speaker at last Monday’s meeting of the Carrick / Overbrook Block Watch at its temporary location in former Birmingham United Church of Christ on Carrick Avenue. Officer Luffey opened the meeting and presented the monthly crime report to a smaller-than-usual crowd of about 35 residents. The report listed more than 60 criminal incidents that occurred in Carrick or Overbrook between June 4 and July 2. Among those incidents were 15 reports of theft, 13 reports of simple assault, three reports of aggravated assault, and seven reports of criminal mischief. Additionally, officer Luffey described seven of the most significant criminal incidents in detail: Police are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 2600 block of Brownsville Road on June 13 around 2:45 p.m. Officers responded to a 911 call stating a male victim was shot while sitting in his vehicle. The caller reported the shooter was driving a black truck. When police arrived, they observed the victim had suffered a minor gunshot wound and several bullet holes were found along the outside of his vehicle. Detectives are reviewing surveillance footage and processing the vehicle for evidence. The case remains open and under investigation. A female suspect was ar-

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rested and charged with prostitution and loitering after police said she stopped a detective in an unmarked vehicle on The Boulevard. No additional information was provided regarding the exchange between the officer and the suspect. The incident occurred on June 9 at 8:41 p.m. A couple was arrested on June 12 at 1 a.m. after police visited a home on Merritt Avenue in search of a suspect with an outstanding warrant. Inside the home, police discovered marijuana, cocaine, hypodermic needles, and empty stamp bags. A male suspect was charged with drug possession and operating a vehicle without inspection after he was pulled over on June 17 around 5 p.m. Police said they searched the man’s vehicle after observing numerous scabs on his arm and discovered heroin in his possession. A man was arrested in the 100 block of Calhoun Avenue after a probation officer informed police he had discovered heroin and drug paraphernalia on the suspect’s living room table. He also stated that a child was in the home at the time. The man was charged with drug possession and endangering the welfare of a child. A man was charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and burglary after Zone 3 police and SWAT arrested him at a home in the 200 block of Sprucewood Street on June 27 at 8:13 p.m. According to the report, a female victim told police the suspect choked her and held a gun to her head. Continued on Page 4

Six-year-old Landon Hakan beat the heat over the weekend by taking advantage of the new Arlington Spray Park. Landon took full advantage of all the water features in the park while his parents watched from a shaded grass area nearby.

Free produce distribution this week at July’s Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop Fresh Fridays, the free produce distribution on the Hilltop, will take place on Friday, July 13. Eligible households in the 15203, 15210, 15211 and Carrick residents in 15227 zip codes can pick up fresh produce from about 3:30 p.m. until supplies run out on Friday, July 13. No pre-registration is required. The distributions will be held in the former St. John Vianney Church parking lot, Allentown, off E. Warrington Avenue at Climax and Allen streets. Eligible households are those with household income at or below 150 percent of the poverty level. The income guidelines are: Household Annual M o n t h l y Weekly Size 1................. $17,655........ $1,471..........$340 2................. $23,895........ $1,991..........$460 3................. $30,135........ $2,511..........$580 4................. $36,375........ $3,031..........$700 Each Additional Person Add:.$6,240...........$520............$120 Even if a household doesn’t qualify based

on income, all of the following conditions qualify a household for Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop: receiving unemployment compensation, food stamps, cash assistance or medical assistance, SSI, or Social Security Disability. Also, those who are experiencing a crisis situation are always welcome. Produce to People and food pantry users are also welcome. Those coming should bring proof of zip code residency such as a rent receipt, utility bill receipt, mortgage payment receipt, valid state ID, or a valid driver’s license. Also, they should bring bags, boxes or rolling carts as they will not be provided. Those coming for the produce are advised not to arrive before 3 p.m. – arriving early does not mean early service. Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop is sponsored by the Hilltop Alliance, Allentown CDC, Brashear Association, St. John Vianney Food Pantry, and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Continued on Page 4

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Mt. Oliver Housing Court This week’s So. Pgh. Housing Court hearings following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Wednes- • CJ Sullivan, 1607 Fredell Street, 29th Ward, Code 301.3. results and current cases The • RHMS Group Inc., 1734 Leolyn Street, 29th Ward, Codes 307.1, day, July 11, at 8:00 a.m. in Pittsburgh Municipal Court:

Results for the June 28 Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court cases before Municipal District Judge Richard King: • Jim Mackanick, 705 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Fined $146.87 • George Dayieb, 811 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Fined $146.87 • William Winkler, 113 Quincy Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Withdrawn • Robert Burns, 150 St. Joseph Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Dismissed • Syed and Franker Properties, 3 Verena Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • Robert Dean, 346 Anthony Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Withdrawn • James Garvey, 1786 Arlington Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Dismissed • George Dayieb, 267 Church Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • George Tersine, 410 Hays Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Dismissed • Steeltown Management, 120 Penn Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • Kenneth Balch, 140 St. Joseph Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • CZ Realty, 129 Locust Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Continued to July 10 • Roger Wood, 191 Penn Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • Venusian Management Group, 125 Koehler Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. Continued to July 10 • James Hancock, 122 Fremont Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • Grenat LP, 712 Margaret Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 • Michael Richards, 131 Stamm Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 209.4, Early Trash. $146.87 The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court case is scheduled for Tuesday, July 10, at 11:00 a.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Eco Engineering, 306 Onyx Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 845.183.7, Rental License. • Eco Engineering, 42 Elizabeth Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 845.183.7, Rental License. • MO Rentals, 129 Koehler Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 845.183.7, Rental License. The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court case is scheduled for Thursday, July 12, at 1:30 p.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Grandma Roses Properties, 636 Margaret Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 302.1, Sanitation; 302.3, Sidewalks & Driveways; 302.4, Weeds. The following Mt. Oliver Borough Housing Court case is scheduled for Tuesday, July 31, at 10:30 a.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Raymond Frankert, 2 Verena Street, Mt. Oliver Borough, 845.183.7, Rental License. • Christopher Kramer, 173 Penn Avenue, Mt. Oliver Borough, 302.4, Weeds; 302.1, Exterior Property - Sanitation. • Trzade Management LLC, 113 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver Borough, 845.183.7, Rental License. All Mt. Oliver Borourgh Housing Court cases are open to the public. Judge King’s office is located at 2213 Brownsville Road, Carrick.

• June P. Rooney, 711 Climax Street, 18th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • Timothy W. Oswald, 932 Lillian Street, 18th Ward, Codes 118.1, 302.8. • Darryl Byrd, 311 Michigan Street, 18th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • Mary Thompkins, 85 Sylvania Avenue, 18th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • Thomas Darwin, 7 Vincent Street, 18th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • Alberts Capital Management 59 Ralston Place LLC, 224 Kearsarge Street, 19th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • John Chajkowski, 22 Nobles Lane, 29th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. • AIH, 343 Moore Avenue, 30th Ward, Code PM108.1.1. The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, July 12, at 8:30 a.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Ray Coretta, 2914 Arlington Avenue, 16th Ward, Codes 304.10, 304.6, 307.1. • Karen Chorney, 301 Clover Street, 16th Ward, Codes 302.3, 304.10, 304.7. • Amanda J. and Kevin M. Beamon, 1502 Fernleaf Street, 16th Ward, Code 307.1. • Jordan L. Hawk, 2412 Mission Street, 16th Ward, Code 304.12. • Shelly A. Mills, 222 Mountain Street, 16th Ward, Code 302.8. • Tide Holdings LLC, 2611 Stella Street, 16th Ward, Code 304.1. • Kirklin T. Klett, 185 Pius Street, 17th Ward, Code 307.1. • Wharton Sq. Partners, 0 S. 21st Street (12B-60), 17th Ward, Codes 107.2.1, 604.3.2, F505.1. • Thomas Jenkins, 32 Sharon Street, 17th Ward, Codes 302.3, 304.7, 304.6. The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, July 12, at 1:30 p.m. in Municipal District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Bailey Avenue Partners, 206 Bailey Avenue, 18th Ward, Code 403.62A. • Roslyn Williams, 437 Chalfont Street, 18th Ward, Codes PM302.4, 301.3, PM307.1. • Marc Scoratow, 940 E. Warrington Avenue, 18th Ward, Codes 301.3, PM302.4. • Carol Anndu Se Harding, 841 Freeland Street, 18th Ward, Code 301.3. • Alleda Glanton and Cecil Jackson, 801 Gearing Avenue, 18th Ward, Codes 301.3, PM302.4. • FBO 200344505, 436 Kingsboro Street, 18th Ward, Codes 301.3, PM307.1. • Charles and Odessa Bryant, 0 Michigan Street (15R-257), 18th Ward, Code PM302.4. • 714 Ventures Inc., 1301 Saw Mill Run Blvd., 18th Ward, Code 922.2. • Sandra and Thomas Chesmer, 424 Ariston Street, 29th Ward, Codes 302.4, 307.1, 301.3. • Robert Mann III, 23 Becks Run Road, 29th Ward, Code 307.1. • Bat Ami Sulami, 245 E. Meyers Street, 29th Ward, Code PM307.1.

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Pittsburgh’s Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled the following public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone case 165/18 on Thursday, July 19 at 9:50 a.m. is the appeal of Margittai Architects, applicant, and Diane L. and John E. Kirk III, owners, for 119 S. 15th Street in the 17th Ward (Zoning District R1A-VH). Applicant requests 52 sq. ft. business identification canopy sign. Variances: 919.03.N.2: Maximum in sign face area 12 sq. ft. permitted and 52 sq. ft. requested. For more information on the City of Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment, go to: http://pittsburghpa.gov/dcp/boards/zoning-board.

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The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearing in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 1300 Bingham Street, City Theatre Company, owner, and Renaissance 3 Architects, applicant: Construction of a rear elevator/ stair addition. 2025 E. Carson Street, Richard Stephens Jr., owner, and Margittai Architects, applicant: Signage. 2026 E. Carson Street, Kalal Holdings, owner, and Axis Architecture PC, applicant: Halo-lit signage. A copy of all application materials can be found at: http:// pittsburghpa.gov/dcp/hrc-schedule. The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh meets in the First Floor Hearing Room, 200 Ross Street. The meeting is open to the public. For agenda information, call 412-255-2243.

302.7, 922.02. • Fred Bellon, 1400 Nobles Lane, 29th Ward, Codes PM307.1, PM304.1. • Karl Boscia, 52 Stewart Avenue, 29th Ward, Codes 302.7, 922.2. • Stephen Gilstrap Sr., 316 Arabella Street, 30th Ward, Code 304.11. • Jeffrey Blackson, 318 Bausman Street, 30th Ward, Codes 307.1, 301.3. • Cortez H. McClendon, 212 Mathews Avenue, 30th Ward, Codes PM302.3, 304.7, 925.06. • DTHREO Inc., 324 Moore Avenue, 30th Ward, Code 302.3. • Charles Ingles Jr., 338 Moore Avenue, 30th Ward, Code 304.12. • Joseph Hoff, 315 Orchard Place, 30th Ward, Code 301.3. • Leon De Juda Ministries, 411 Orchard Place, 30th Ward, Codes PM307.1, 301.3. • Christine Namiotka, 217 Wilbur Street, 30th Ward, Codes 307.1, 301.3. • Vainshtein RE LLC, 234 Wilbur Street, 30th Ward, Codes PM307.1. 301.3. • Michael Fair III, 2084 Walton Avenue, 32nd Ward, Code 307.1. All Housing Court cases are open to the public. Judge King’s office (Mt. Oliver Borough and Pittsburgh Wards 18, 29, 30 and 32) is located at 2213 Brownsville Road, Carrick. Judge Motznik’s office (Pittsburgh’s 19th Ward) is at 736 Brookline Blvd., Brookline. Judge Ricciardi’s office (Pittsburgh Wards 4, 16 and 17) is in the Maul Building at 1700 E. Carson Street, third floor on South Side. Pittsburgh Municipal Court is at 660 First Avenue.

South Pittsburgh Real Estate Transactions 16th Ward Bayview Loan Servicing LLC to Trifera LLC at 2908 Carey Way for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $114,798). Kevin Beamon et al. to L6 Holdings Ltd. at 2809 Cobden St. for $772,500. Dana J Carroll Barnes to A Botti Enterprises LLC at 3255 Josephine St. for $40,000. Lynne Bingham et al. to Hannah Zaremsky at 130 S 22nd St. for $152,000. Aaron Wilson to Bushra Mustafa and Muzaffer Khan at 133 S. 24th St. for $200,000. Mary G Capozzoli Aurila to Jonathan Nakata at 2207 Sarah St. for $180,000. Jordan Hawk to Craig Lessler at 3 Sterling St. for $145,000. 17th Ward V. Walter Popovski to 2021 Carson St. L.P. at 2021 E. Carson St. for $640,000. William Ryan to Luna Group Holdings LLC at 1911 Jane St. for $240,000. Patricia Todd to Michael Zielachowski at 3 Monastery St. for $211,500. William Andrew Gadd et al. to Craig Lessler at 13 Nusser St. for $105,000. 18th Ward Leonard Cain to 1 Fix Bricks LLC at 709 Excelsior St. for $26,000. Dipaola Development LLC to Elisa Brooks at 518 Industry St. for $5,000. Jerome Kisasonak to Peoples Partn. LLC at 129 Millbridge St. for $29,000. Empiria Homes Inc. to Paul Schaltenbrand at 650 Tarragonna St. for $17,750. 19th Ward William Fink to Bruce and Christiine Arnoldt at 630 Grandview Ave. for $1,045,000. D & S Estates LLC to KPC L.P. at 1000 Grandview Ave. Unit 906 for $5,000. Federal National Mortgage Assn. to MAA 3 LLC at 209 Southern Ave. for $11,500. Patrick Ryan to BGRS LLC at 422 Sweetbriar St. for $465,000. BGRS LLC to Etna Fishman at 422 Sweetbriar St. for $465,000. 29th Ward Douglas Sughrue to Landon Claybourne at 1408 Amanda Ave. for $135,000. Lyle Roberts to Tia Baker at 418 Ariston St. for $143,500. Michael Schumacher to B & L Fairland LLC at 226 Nobles Lane for $35,500. Barbara Goodwin to Sergei and Nataliia Shchitov at 306 Santron Ave. for $65,000. Woodwilson Property Group LLC to Damon and Tameka Overton at 211 Spencer Ave. for $77,525. Judy Cole to Donna Jean Vargo at 1936 Westmont Ave. for $67,500. Mt. Oliver Gulcheckhra Rustamova to Bryan DeFranco at 434-1/2 Hays Ave. for $10,000. Real Estate Transactions provided by <RealSTATs>. Contact <RealSTATs> at 412-381-3880.


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needs of the Hispanic/Latinx community. To ensure accuracy, relevance, and cultural appropriateness the team sought input from a diverse group of stakeholders in the Hispanic/Latinx community such as Casa San Jose, LACU, the Latino Community Center and Barrio Latino. After collecting all of the information, the city created an English guide that was then translated into Spanish by Nereida Daza of the Latino Community Center.  “Guides like this one will serve as bridges between our city and its residents. The commission will always support efforts of this kind as a means to ensure that every person who lives, works or visits our city feels welcome, and has access to information and resources in a language that they can understand,” said Carlos Torres, executive director for the Commission on Human Relations. This is the first of several guides the city hopes to publish on the website, each curated for a different community in Pittsburgh and translated into different languages. As information changes, it is the city’s goal to update the guides regularly. To learn more about the process and how we came to create these guides, visit https:// goo.gl/6p3qaB

Kids eat free in Allentown this summer at HTUMC All kids, ages 18 and under, are invited to eat dinner free of charge at Hill Top United Methodist Church, 631 E. Warrington Avenue, every Wednesday evening from 5:30-7:30 p.m., through August 8.

Crafts, games, and other activities will be provided along with the meal. Call Jess Price at 412-2543497 with any questions. Dinner and activities are sponsored by the Summer Feeding Program.

WIC is a federally funded program for pregnant women, postpartum and breastfeeding mothers, infants and children under the age of 5. Eligibility is based on income and nutritional risk. WIC families receive nutrition counseling, breastfeeding support and food vouchers redeemable at participating grocery stores for infant formula, infant cereal, jarred baby foods, milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, juice, cereal, peanut butter, whole grains, including bread, tortillas, oatmeal, rice and pasta, soy beverage, tofu, dry or canned beans, canned chunk light tuna, pink salmon or sardines, and fresh, frozen, or canned fruits and vegetables including organic varieties. WIC participants are also

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Due to the lack of support by the members and the deteriorating condition of the building there will be an important meeting at the St. Vincent’s Literary Club to discuss its future on Sunday, July 22, at 1 p.m. This meeting will also address the status of Life and Charter members who haven’t visited the club for a number of years. Those who would like to voice any suggestions or opinions about the club moving forward should plan to attend to be heard.

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) has announced that income guidelines for the PA Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program have increased. The 2018-2019 income limits for eligibility start with an annual gross income of $22,459 for a family of one; $30,451 for two; $38,443 for three; $46,435 for four; and $54,427 for five. Unborn children are counted when the woman is pregnant. Foster children can qualify for the program. Allegheny County residents with family sizes larger than five should contact the Health Department’s WIC Program directly for benefit information by calling 412350-5801.

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cially-generated response markers located on museum signage to record each visit. Each stamp boosts a member’s chances of winning in a grand-prize drawing slated for August 25. “We’re eager for everyone to meet and interact with Andy CarnegieBot, learn about all that’s happening at the museums, and visit us often,” said Cari Maslow, associate vice president of engagement at Carnegie Museums. “There’s so much to enjoy this summer at the museums!” See a list of Carnegie Museums’ Summer Adventure Events at https://goo. gl/1W4tM4. Access the chatbot at CarnegieBot.com.

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Carnegie Museums’ annual Summer Adventure is an invitation to its members to visit the museums and participate in a variety of events, earning stamps when they do—with each stamp representing a chance to win great prizes in an end-of-summer prize drawing. But this year, the Summer Adventure has a new twist: a friendly chatbot named Andy CarnegieBot is serving as a mobile guide to the four Carnegie Museums’ summer activities. Accessible on any smart phone through Facebook Messenger, Andy CarnegieBot also invites curious users to test their mettle in trivia games, participate in good-natured opinion polls, and take part in a natural history scavenger hunt. The bot was created by Carnegie Museum’s in-house Innovation Studio through a grant from the Knight Foundation. “We want to use technology to create compelling, fun interactions with our museums—whether or not a user is visiting,” said Ed Motznik, vice president of technology for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. “Andy CarnegieBot is an extension of us—of the four Carnegie Museums—and part of an ongoing effort to create more two-way communications through technology. In this case, we’re applying artificially intelligent chatbot technology. Guided by Andy CarnegieBot, users can see what’s happening at the museums and take part in trivia games, friendly opinion polls, and

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Police give details of significant crimes in Carrick/Overbrook Continued from Page 1 A man was arrested for DUI and drug possession on June 29 around 9:45 a.m. after he crashed his car into a pole near KFC on Brownsville Road. Police found five stamp bags of heroin in the vehicle. “We want Pittsburgh to be safe and whatever that takes, it’s what we’re going to do,” officer Luffey said. Following the June crime report, officer Luffey asked if residents had any reports or complaints for her to take back to Zone 3 police. Multiple residents complained about ongoing issues with dirt bike riders driving at high speeds through private property, recent breakins and vandalism at the former St. Basil school, and the high quantity of empty stamp

bags on the street in the 2000 block of Brownsville Road. A resident also complained about late night fireworks and asked if city laws or noise ordinances apply. Officer Luffey said new state laws allowing fireworks often supersede any city ordinances, but encouraged residents to call 911 to report them. “Always call, you don’t know how close an officer is,” officer Luffey said. “We get lucky a lot.” Ernest Rajakone, deputy manager of the city’s Office of Community Affairs, was also in attendance and asked if residents had any feedback for Mayor Peduto’s office. Several residents complained about recent flooding issues in the South Hills and

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is set to include $60 million for school and community safety and $40 million to fight the opioid crisis. Two upcoming meetings were also announced: Carrick Community Council (CCC) acting president Linda Donahue announced an upcoming CCC meeting

on August 8. Details will be available soon. The South Pittsburgh Opioid Action Coalition (SPOAC) will hold a community meeting on July 19 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Pius X. SPOAC will discuss recent projects, seek community feedback, and provide

overdose prevention training. The next Carrick / Overbrook Block Watch meeting will be August 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the former Birmingham United Church of Christ at 25 Carrick Avenue. Aaron Arnold, executive director at Prevention Point will be the guest speaker.

Councilman’s office urges reporting due to recent storms to city agency Councilman Anthony Coghill’s office has reported that the City of Pittsburgh would like to report all damage that has occurred due to recent storms to PEMA in hopes that it can come up with a plan of action to infuse money into the district and the city as a whole to help alleviate aspects of the recent storms. They asking any constituent who has been affected to contact Pittsburgh Emergency Management by calling 412255-2633 or emailing oemhs@pittsburghpa.gov. They are collecting information for an initial damage assessment. Once entered into the system, that data is immediately shared with Allegheny County and PEMA. The data points

they are collecting include: Name, address and Zip Code; Telephone number; Whether it is a primary residence or renter; If it is a single-family, multi-family or business; If the owner has insurance or flood insurance; The height of the water in the basement

or first floor; What part of the structure was impacted – walls, plumbing, heating/AC, electrical, etc.; An estimate on structural damage; and, An estimate on personal contents – furnace, hot water heater, washer and dryer, etc.

PWSA holding session on Maytide sewer project The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) will host a community meeting on on Thursday, July 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Fairhaven United Methodist Church., 2415 Saw Mill Run Boulevard, concerning the Maytide Sanitary Sewer and Stormwater Improve-

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ment project. Residents will have an opportunity to learn about the project, share their concerns, and provide feedback on the proposed improvements. PWSA will present a basic design plan to address the long-term sewer infrastructure needs in the project area. This includes repair and replacement of existing PWSA sanitary and stormwater sewers, and surface restoration of the Sanderson Street public right-of-way between Merritt and Maytide streets.

Opiod Action Coalition will hold a public meeting July 19

The South Pittsburgh Opioid Action Coalition (SPOAC) and its partners will hold a community meeting on July 19 to inform the community about its work to promote health and safety. The meeting will take place at St. Pius X, 2336 Brownsville Road, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Members of the coalition will speak about their work, seek feedback from the community and provide overdose prevention training for those who are interested. The coalition focuses on prevention, education, harm reduction, engagement of public safety and public health and development of recovery supports. Those planning to attend are asked to RSVP at https:// spoac.eventbrite.com Donations of toiletries will be accepted for Carrick High School.


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Free mobile and web-based app assists military veterans The National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) recently launched the first of its kind app for use by military veterans and their advocates, available for download through the NVLSP website, Apple App Store, or Google Play Store. The application, NVLSP VA Benefit Identifier, helps veterans, with or without the assistance of a veteran’s service officer, determine specific VA benefits to which they are likely entitled. Veteran Rob Concklin found the app helpful and commented on Facebook. “I just wanted to write and say thanks for the benefits app. I went thru it, made a claim for five service connected conditions, three were granted immediately. I probably wouldn’t have even made the claim if it weren’t for your app.” A fourth condition was granted later for Mr. Concklin and while one condition was denied, he was pleased he filed a claim. The app directs users to a logic-based questionnaire that

assists in verifying whether a veteran should file a claim for service-connected disability benefits or nonservice-connected disability pension. The survey addresses all possible disabilities covered by VA regulations. Created in both English and Spanish, the app functions as a comprehensive logic tree, generating additional questions from previously supplied answers. To protect privacy, no data or personally identifiable information is retained. Once the questionnaire is completed, results can be emailed or printed and used as a reference when filing claims for VA benefits.

The Second Annual Goat Fest in South Side Park will take place on Saturday, July 28 from noon to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Goat Fest is free and open to the public at two locations in South Side Park. The Bandi Schaum Community Garden: The party hub where everyone can explore food trucks, live music performances, partner tents and more. Explore the South Side Park Master Plan with the City

of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning at the garden and learn about the changes comes to the park. The Paved Loop and Jurassic Valley: Meet the Allegheny Goatscape herd and see their progress eating through the invasive species of Jurassic Valley. Explore the craft vendor market on the Paved Loop Trail. Additional details are available at https://goo.gl/kJYpV5

Coming up: second annual South Side Park Goat Fest

Next Knoxville Council meeting will be July 11 The Knoxville Community Council’s next meeting will be the bimonthly forum on July 11, at 6 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 601 Brownsville Rd.

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Guest speaker will be Julius Boatwright, executive director of the Will Allen Foundation and founder CEO of Steel Smiling. Mr. Boatwright’s organizations focus on individuals and communities, instilling hope, removing barriers, educating and advocating available services and resources. They concentrate on underserved neighborhoods and connect individuals with mental health treatments.

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“We’re hoping to maximize the benefit of this app for veterans by offering it as a free service, without any cost for downloading and utilizing,” said Bart Stichman, co-founder and executive director of NVLSP. “We want to provide a supplementary means for veterans to decide what their best options are in filing a claim for disability benefits.” NVLSP’s VA Benefit Identifier app does not assist with claims for a higher rating for disabilities the VA has already connected to military service; claims previously filed with the VA; or claims for disabilities resulting from VA health care, VA vocational rehabilitation or participation in a VA Compensated Work Therapy program. In completing the Identifier questionnaire, veterans should have documents available about their military service (DD Form 214), information about medical conditions and any prior VA decisions or related communications.

Upon completing the survey, veterans are advised to schedule an appointment with a veteran’s advocate chosen from a list of Veterans Service Organizations furnished in the app. Veteran’s advocates are regularly available to assist with applications for VA disability benefits, free of charge. A key highlight of the NVLSP VA Benefit Identifier is its ability to appropriately recommend when veterans should file for specific conditions, prompting them to submit an “intent to file” form with the VA, while further providing timelines and instruction on how to proceed with a formal claim. NVLSP’s app features an

easy to navigate interface allowing veterans to interact with a support point person and can be downloaded from the NVLSP website to any web-enabled smart device. NVLSP recently fixed some bugs in the app in May that

had frustrated a handful of users, and the problems identified were corrected. Download the NVLSP VA Benefit Identifier app on NVLSP’s website, from the Apple App Store, or from the Google Play Store.

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Baldwin Library has programs for adults and children in July Upcoming programs for the Baldwin Library include: Dance Me a Story on Monday, July 16 at 10:30 a.m. is for Children ages 3-5 where they can move and groove to favorite stories such as Barnyard Dance Party and Giraffes Can’t Dance! Each class will begin with simple stretches and warm-ups before journeying into each story and its characters through movement and song. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to participate with their child! Registration required for each session. Additional sessions are on Mondays July, 23 and 30 at 10:30 a.m. Yoga for Teens is on Tuesdays, July 10, 17, 24 & 31 at 1 p.m. Join Beth Christiano, Ph.D., licensed psychologist, certified yoga instructor with more than 20 years of experience promoting the wellness of children and adolescents and owner of Clarity Wellness & Performance, for a four-week yoga series. Teens entering grades 6-12 will practice the vinyasa flow style of yoga, which links breathing with yoga poses and movement. No prior experience with yoga is necessary. The practice can be modified to meet the needs of individual teens. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat or towel. Registration required for each session.  Elementary Fundamentals free Tutoring is avail-

able Tuesdays, July 10 and 31 from 6-8 p.m. Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services of South Park will be holding free Elementary reading and math tutoring programs at the library. Tutors will work with students entering grades K-5 in small, grade-appropriate groups on reading (grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension) and math (problem solving, timed math, word problems) skills as well as providing each family with reading and study/homework strategies to take home. Each session is limited to 12 students. Registration required for EACH session attending.  Making Music with Carnegie Science Center will take place on Thursday, July 12 at 11 a.m.  Students in grades K-2 can create a symphony of sound in new and exciting ways. Students will build their own kazoo to make and take to keep the concert going. Registration required.  New Release Movie Day with Chappaquiddick is Wednesday, July 18 at 2 p.m. Come in for a newly released movie and enjoy a few snacks. No registration required. Young Professionals Bootcamp is on Thursday, July 19 at 6 p.m. Children ages 8-12 can get a jump-start on money matters as Kian Nowrouzi brings his Young Professionals Bootcamp to the library

for a four-week session covering financial literacy topics such as budgeting, business, personal finance and investments, all age-appropriate and presented in a mix of interactive presentations and games to help children learn how to become responsible money managers. This program is in collaboration with Whitehall and Brentwood Libraries and will be held at the Baldwin Library. Registration required for each session attending. Additional sessions are Thursdays August 2 and 16 at 6 p.m. Secret Service is on Saturday, July 21 at 10:30 a.m. Children in grades K-5 are encouraged to join in each month for a “giving back” project. Each month’s service project will remain “secret” until the day of the program, when it will be revealed. Registration is required. The library’s Commerative Buy a Brick Program continues, through the program everyone can be part of an enduring legacy. The bricks are a convenient and lasting way for individuals, families and businesses to show support for the Baldwin Public Library and its new home at Leland Center. For more information visit:thatsmybrick.com/bbpl. For more information on any of the Baldwin Borough Library programs, call 412885-2255 or visit baldwinborolibrary.org.

Social Security may be able to help when working while disabled By Tom Winschel Social Security District Manager in Pittsburgh While it may be best known for retirement, Social Security is also here to help you get back to work if you are disabled. For millions of people, work isn’t just a source of income, it’s a vital part of who they are — it gives them purpose and pride — it’s a connection to community. If you’re getting Social Security disability benefits, we have good news for you. Social Security’s work incentives and Ticket to Work programs can help you if you’re interested in

working. Special rules make it possible for people receiving Social Security disability benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to work and still receive monthly payments. The Ticket to Work program may help you if you’d like to work. You can receive: • Free vocational rehabilitation; • Training; • Job referrals; and • Other employment support. You can read more about working while collecting disability benefits at www.socialsecurity.gov/work. Work incentives include:

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Feed the Community, a at 4 p.m. at St. Paul AME free dinner for all Hilltop Church, 400 Orchard Place. The free dinner is sponresidents, will take place on Sunday, July 15, beginning sored by the Beltzhoover Civic Association and St. Paul AME Church. For more information, call 412-641-0362.

• Continued cash benefits for a time while you work; • Continued Medicare or Medicaid while you work; and • Help with education, training, and rehabilitation to start a new line of work. If you’re receiving Social Security disability benefits or SSI, let us know right away when you start or stop working, or if any other change occurs that could affect your benefits. If you returned to work, but you can’t continue working because of your medical condition, your benefits can start again — you may not have to file a new application. You can read more about the Ticket to Work program in the publication titled “Working While Disabled: How We Can Help” at www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/EN-0510095.pdf. Part of securing today and tomorrow is giving you the tools to create a fulfilling life. Getting back to work might be part of that. We’re here with a ticket to a secure tomorrow.

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O GLORIOUS APOSTLE — St. Jude, faithful servant and friend of Jesus, the name of the traitor who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemies has caused you to be forgotten by many but the church honors and invokes you as the patron of hopeless cases of things despaired of. Pray for me who is so miserable. Make use I implore you of the particular privilege accorded you of bringing visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired of. Come to my assistance that I might receive consolation and succor of heaven in all my necessities and tribulations and suffering particularly (name favor). I promise you oh St. Jude to be ever mindful of this great deed and I will never cease to honor you as my special and powerful patron and to all in my power to encourage devotion to you. Amen. Say 9 times a day for 9 days. B.B. 7/10

PRAYER OF THE BLESSED MOTHER — (Never Known To Fail.) Oh most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me here you are my Mother. Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God. Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech You from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make Request). There are none that can withstand Your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee. Say this prayer three times a day for three consecutive days then you must publish it, it will be granted to you. 7/10

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Visit South Side’s ‘Secret Gardens’ during the South Side Garden Tour Explore South Side’s “Secret Gardens” during the Fifth Annual South Side Garden Tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 22. This self-guided tour hosted by the South Side Community Council features unique and beautiful gardens throughout the neighborhood. Come out and see traditional, modern, and green” gardens. General Admission tickets are available for $20 and VIP tickets for $40 at https:// www.showclix.com/event/ SouthSideGardenTour. Remaining tickets will be available at check-in on the day of Last year Brashear’s Hol- the tour. iday Assistance Program received more than 650 requests for holiday assistance. The association expects that number to grow in 2018. On Thursday, July 12, 5:30For more information 7:30 p.m. at the South Side about Brashear Association, Market House, 202 Bedford visit their website at: www. Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15203, brashearassociation.org. Fourth Economy and TST Productions will host an interactive build session to develop priority actions strengthening East Carson Street and plan for their implementation. The Area Agency on Aging The Urban Redevelopment is offering additional opporAuthority and the City of tunities for seniors to pick up Pittsburgh, along with sevtheir Farmers Market Voucheral South Side community ers if they were unable to on groups, have been working to June 12. develop a community-driven, Senior can pick up their three to five-year business disvouchers at the Fresh Access trict blueprint for strengthentents at the Carrick Belleving East Carson Street from ue, Northside or Wilkinsburg markets. Each eligible senior is allotted $20 worth of vouchers per market season. Eligibility guidelines include: Must be a resident of Allegheny County age 60 or older and meet the following income guidelines: At or below $22,459 for a one-person household and at or below $30,451 for a two-person household. Couples will receive one set of checks. Seniors are not eligible if their residence provides their meals.

Bring a new toy and enjoy this year’s Brashear’s Christmas in July event Brashear Association’s Christmas in July benefiting its Holiday Assistance Program will take place at Super Happy Fun Time Bar & Arcade, 1323 East Carson Street, on Wednesday, July

11 from 5-8 p.m. Admission is $15 per person or a new unwrapped toy. Admission includes all vintage video games will be free to play, prizes, complimentary appetizers and a cash bar.

SSSNA will celebrate 20 years with picnic July 10 The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association is celebrating its 20th year as a neighborhood association, with a special summer picnic with special food, entertainment, and free volunteer t-shirts. The picnic will take place

on Tuesday, July 10, 6:30 p.m. at Bandi Schaum Community Garden, across from Mission St. Pumping Station. Everyone is welcome to bring a covered dish, snacks, drinks, or dessert. Ribs, burgers and hot dogs (and veggie burgers) will be provided.

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