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TO THE POINTE Reaching out to our community
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Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living affirms Liberty and Justice for all people with disabilities
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Washington County could face high property tax increases with first reassessment in thirty-five years
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Taking the gas to market: Seventeen natural ♦ Page 26 gas pipelines are expected in Pa, West Virginia and Ohio over next two years
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Dear Southpointe Chamber members, friends, and supporters: Welcome to 2016! This year, we have many new and exciting events to share with all of you. Let’s start with our highly attended monthly networking luncheons. This year, all 12 luncheons will be held at the Southpointe Golf Club located in the center of Southpointe, at 365 Southpointe Blvd. This newly remodeled private club features a grand ballroom, scenic balconies, a terrace lounge, and a comfortable lobby with a fireplace. Attendance to the luncheons requires minimal fees for both Chamber members and nonmembers. Go to www.southpointeevents.com for details. Next, let’s talk about the 2016 Trade Show. This year’s show will be different than the previous events. The new trade show will also be held at the Southpointe Golf Club. We have reserved the entire club on February 25, a Thursday, for a full day of exhibits, food, and more important, networking opportunities covering both business-to-business and business-to consumers. The show will be offering lunch and entertainment. Exhibit tables and booths are reasonably-priced, and include electricity and WiFi. For more information go to southpointetradeshow.com . Likewise, the Chamber staff appreciates the long term support of our magazine from ongoing advertisers. We welcome new advertisers as well. Your support makes this the only official copyrighted directory/map in Southpointe. This includes the kiosk help desk at each park entrance and both online and print versions. The magazine is also on the Southpointe app, providing you with more exposure. To read the website and tablet version, go to www.southpointechamber.com For the app version, download the free Southpointe Chamber app from your smart phones. As the Chamber’s Executive Director, I leave you with best wishes for 2016 and beyond. The Chamber’s mission has always been to connect business decisionmakers to explore opportunities in Southpointe and nearby areas. I am always available to discuss your business issues. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 724.873.7777. Sincerely,
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Community Events The Southpointe area community has many non-profit organizations that hold events for great causes. Show your support for them by attending these upcoming events. Washington County Area Humane Society Spaghetti Dinner at Washington American Legion January 24, 2016 - 2 PM to 6PM $10 to attend
On January 24, The Washington County area Human Society is holding a spaghetti dinner for raising funds for the animal shelter. This event will be held at the Washington American Legion, 168 Park Avenue, Washington, PA. Angelo’s Restaurant in Washington donated the food and service. Cost is only $10 and serving time is from 2PM to 6PM. Tickets can be purchased by calling 724-222-7387. The WCAHS is a non-profit organization with a privately funded no-kill shelter. Washington City Mission Sweet Sunday at Hilton Garden Inn Southpointe February 28, 2016 - 12 PM to 5 PM $5 to attend
Join City Mission for the 22nd Annual Sweet Sunday dessert fundraiser on February 28, 2016 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Southpointe! In 2015, Sweet Sunday raised over $90,000 for City Mission. With over 300 volunteers, 50 auction baskets, live entertainment, kid’s activities, food, and delicious desserts. Sweet Sunday was a huge success! Over 3,000 people attended the event, and much fun was had by all. We thank you for your consideration in becoming a 2016 Sweet Sunday Sponsor. When you sponsor an event like Sweet Sunday you help provide life-changing programs and services to the homeless men, women, and children who live at City Mission. This event has been in existence for 21 years, and we’re excited to see what year 22 has in store! Sponsorship: We’re excited to announce two new sponsorship opportunities for this year’s Sweet Sunday: Event Sponsor and Wreath of Wealth Sponsor. For more information contact Corporate Relations Manager, Shelby Knapp, (724) 516-9157 or email@example.com. Vendors: Dessert Vendor spots are available for the youth, amateur, and professional categories. For information on becoming a dessert vendor please contact Church/Community Relations Specialist, Donna Bussey, (724) 222-8530 ext. 221, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers: Volunteer spots are available in a variety of areas for Sweet Sunday. For more info on volunteering please contact Volunteer Manager, Sue Gartland, (724) 705-7137, or email@example.com. 10
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Every Sunday from 11AM to 3PM the Washington Jazz Society is holding a Sunday Brunch at the new Presidents Pub on 88 N. Main Street in Washington, PA. Under the direction of Dan Baker, jazz guitarist and Washington Jazz Society Music Director, talented musicians will be featured on stage with the studio quality sound system for your listening enjoyment. Experience great food, Mimosas’, Bloody Mary mixes and more. The Washington Jazz Society is a non-profit organization founded in 2007, with a mission is to educate the public about Jazz with concerts featuring national and local artists. (large bands to small groups and solos) The Washington Jazz Society provides scholarships for deserving young musicians, as well as Jazz educational and performance experiences for young musicians within the community. The Washington Jazz Society celebrates the jazz tradition, looking forward to the future for the ever-evolving music called Jazz. No reservation required – just stop in. Chartiers, Canonsburg, Southpointe Rotary Meeting at Southpointe Golf Club Every Wednesday 5PM
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“When our clients call us, they are The last real estate reassessment in ages the firm’s Pennsylvania practice. Washington County could face high property taxand experience” stated Washington County was in 1981 and She personally handles all Pennsylva- getting access Ms. DiPaolo,years “by access I mean that a lot has happenedwith in those thirty-four nia real estate assessment appeals for increases first reassessment in thirty-five
years. Since then, the county has expe- her firm. For the past fifteen years, Ms. we have relationships with assessors Written by Lesly McAfee, December 18, 2015 rienced a wave of development, includ- DiPaolo has concentrated her practice and taxing district attorneys all over the state. And because our firm has excluing the I and II sites. in assessment law forpractice. commercial The lastlarge realSouthpointe estate reassessment in Washington County She personally handles all Pennsylvania real Additional growth has been boosted by owners and she has handled thousands sively represented commercial property was in 1981 and a lot has happened in those thirty-five estate assessment appeals for her firm. For the past the presence of energy companies and of assessment appeals at the administra- owners in tax matters for forty years, years. Since then, county has that experienced wave and appellate fifteen years, hasget concentrated our clients the benefit ofher thatpractice expethe employees andthe subcontractors tive, triala court, levels.Ms. DiPaolo of development, in assessment law for commercial owners and she has rience”. Siegel Jennings’ victories in come with it. including the large Southpointe I and Property owners will be mailed their II sites. Additional growth has been boosted by the handled thousandsPennsylvania of assessment appeals at the adminisproperty tax assessment The same outside company that hannotices in February 2016. Informal presence of energy companies and the employees and trative, trial court, and appellate levels. appeals total nearly one billion dollars dled Allegheny County’s last reasreviews with representatives from the in assessment reductions for their clisubcontractors that come with it. owners will be mailed their notices in Februsessment in 2012, Tyler Technologies, re-revaluation companyProperty will occur in ents just in the last five years. is handling Washington County’s March and April 2016. The same outside company that handled Allegheny aryNext, 2016.formal Informal reviews with representatives from the Pleasewill contact Ms.inDiPaolo youApril have reassessment. Experts predict that Tylerappeals are due September 1, 2016. company County’s last reassessment in 2012, Technologies, re-revaluation occur March ifand any questions and to discuss how she commercial office and industrial propMs. DiPaolo warns that in some counis handling Washington County’s reassessment. Experts 2016. Next, formal appeals are due September 1, 2016. advocate in the event erties that – especially those office locatedand in the ties filing an informal appeal does not predict commercial industrial properties – Ms. DiPaolo warnscan thatbeinyour some counties filing anyou inforSouthpointe business park will likely rule out the need to file a formal appeal. disagree with your upcoming real estate especially those located in the Southpointe business park mal appeal does not rule out the need to file a formal assessment. “We work on a contingent be hit hard. There is a tendency for Thefor County will set hearings willreassessments likely be hittohard. There a tendency reassessappeal. and will fee based on the amount of savings we put very highisvalues try to resolve the appeals before yearments to put verybuildings. high values on commercial buildings. The County will achieve set hearings willMost try toclients resolve for theand client. likethe on commercial end 2016 with the idea that the 2017 this arrangement we don’t Luckily, propertyowners ownershave have recourse and appeals before year-end 2016 with because the ideaifthat the 2017 Luckily, property recourse bills willcan be mailed on more correct get amore result,correct then there is no That fee. Of be and represented in their appeal by one of the foremost bills will be mailed on values. might can be represented in their appeal values. That might be ambitious given course, we advise the clients on when authorities Unitedauthorities States. Attorney Sharon F. appealbefiling ambitious given that the formal appeal filing date is so by one ofin thethe foremost in that the formal date is so and if it is appropriate to file an appeal; DiPaolo is a States. partnerAttorney in the law firmF.of Siegel Jennings, Of course, the United Sharon late. Of course, a fairlate. percentage of thea fair percentage of the appeals, espethat initial consulting work we do at no DiPaolo a partner the law firm appeals, especially commercial appeals, appeals, will end up at court. Co., L.P.A.iswhere sheinmanages theoffirm’s Pennsylvania cially commercial charge”. Sharon DiPaolo, Esq. Siegel Jennings, Co., where she manwill end up at court. Southpointe Magazine Issue 0116 24 412.486.2848
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“When our clients call us, they are getting access and experience” stated Ms. DiPaolo, “by access I mean that we have relationships with assessors and taxing district attorneys all over the state. And because our firm has exclusively represented commercial property owners in tax matters for forty years, our clients get the benefit of that experience”. Siegel Jennings’ victories in Pennsylvania property tax assessment appeals total nearly one billion dollars in assessment reductions for their clients just in the last five years. Please contact Ms. DiPaolo if you have any questions and to discuss how she can be your advocate in the event you disagree with your upcoming real estate assessment. “We work on a contingent fee based on the amount of savings we achieve for the client. Most clients like this arrangement because if we don’t get a result, then there is no fee. Of course, we advise the clients on when and if it is appropriate to file an appeal; that initial consulting work we do at no charge”. Sharon DiPaolo, Esq. Siegel Jennings Co., L.P.A. firstname.lastname@example.org 412.486.2848
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Seventeen natural gas pipelines are expected in Pa., West Virginia and Ohio over next two years The failure of North American pipeline capacity to quickly adapt to the rapidly growing crude oil production resulted in supply bottlenecks last year and contributed to the glut of crude oil in the U.S. Similarly, pipeline construction in the Marcellus shale play, which will soon be entering its eighth year, has lagged far behind continually growing natural gas supplies, slowing the development of new markets and driving gas prices downward. The stranded oil has gone into storage tanks, chiefly at the nation’s main trading hub in Cushing, OK, which has raised U.S. oil supplies to their highest level in 80 years. Surplus natural gas is being stored underground in deep high pressure salt caverns, depleted oil or gas reservoirs, or aquifers. Working natural gas in storage reached 3,929 billion cubic feet (Bcf) as of October 30, according to EIA’s natural gas storage report. This level matches the previous weekly record of 3,929 Bcf set Nov. 2, 2012. The Marcellus region has nearly 10,000 wells drilled but only about 5,500 of those are currently online. The rest are waiting for pipelines to take the gas to market. The good news for gas operators is that help is on the way.
By R. Brock Pronko Regional Business Analyst Marcellus Business Central
“We have seventeen ‘greenfield’ natural gas projects (new pipeline construction) in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio coming online over the next two years, which will ship about 17.3 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas, plus 120,000 barrels per day of natural gas liquids out of the Marcellus,” said Jim Ladlee, associate director of Penn State’s Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research. “This represents significant additional takeaway capacity, given that daily production in the Appalachian Basin is currently around 17 Bcf. “The new pipeline network will be able to satisfy most of the natural gas demand in the Mid-Atlantic and the New England regions, with enough left over to export as LNG.” Six of the proposed projects would originate in Pennsylvania’s northern Marcellus production area, and seven, including two liquids pipelines, would originate in Western Pa., Ohio and West Virginia. The anticipated As part of the Ieidy Southeast Construction, Williams is making modifications and expanding the existing Transcopipeline. Photo courtesy of Williams ▼
Shale News in-service dates for the majority of the proposed projects are late 2017 and early 2018. When backhaul, bi-directional flow, reversals, and expansion of existing capacity are added to these “greenfield” pipelines, there will be over 50 pipeline infrastructure projects that originate in Marcellus or Utica. With Marcellus shale play going into its eighth year, why did it take so long for the transmission pipelines to get built? “I think production and pipeline buildout could have overlapped more closely so that supply and demand would have been better balanced today,” said Dan Weaver director of public outreach for the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association of Pennsylvania (PIOGA) “If you look at 2010 to 2012, the number of shale gas wells drilled during those years was unreal; we haven’t seen anything like it since the Texas oil boom in the
early 20th century, which created the giants of the oil industry including Gulf Oil, Amoco and Exxon. “Certainly, the Marcellus had to be proven before pipelines were built, but I think pipelines lagged behind because it’s easier to get permits for wells and the funds to drill them since the gas coming out of one well pays for the cost of drilling the next well whereas the FERC process for pipelines is much more complex and raising the billions of dollars to build transmission lines that won’t see a dime in return until they are fully built is much harder. “Ultimately, I don’t think we had the foresight to see just how large this boom was going to be, it was like trying to see the forest from within the trees.”. R. Brock Pronko is the regional business analyst for the Marcellus Business Central. You can find more of his articles at www.marcellusbusinesscentral.com. T:8”
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The Health Club at Southpointe opens new multi-functional training area The Health Club at Southpointe recently opened a 1400 square foot new multi-functional training area. The new area, which is in addition, to the 30,000 square foot full service club, is highlighted by the Dynamic Modular system. The modular unit combines several popular total-body dynamic exercises into one system that helps personal trainers work with individuals and groups more effectively. The Dynamic Modular System host six stations from Battle ropes, TRX cables, kettle bells to heavy bag and dip stations. The additional space allows members to increase and vary their workout routines. With the growing trend in natural movement and body weight training, the health club saw the opportunity to capitalize on developing the new space and be a part of this growing fitness trend. Members are really enjoying the additional space and using all the additional equipment being offered. With the growing membership especially within the corporate businesses in Southpointe, the added space and additional equipment is an investment in the future. The Health Club at Southpointe offers corporate discounts to businesses and employees in Southpointe. Businesses who join with a group membership receive additional benefits. For Information call 724-597-0014. Club Manager, Eugenia Brandemarte
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The Southpointe Chamber of Commerce is grateful to John and Dot, owners of J&D Cellars for hosting our first monthly wine tasting at 1400 Main Apartment Complex. John’s passion for wine-making began while being mentored by two local men who owned a wine-making supplies store. This enthusiastic group of winemakers decided to start a club where they could share knowledge and experience with other local winemakers. John and Dot’s appreciation for wine grew from sweet wines, to semi-sweet, and then to dry wines. John continued to research his new hobby, and in 2007, started to plant his own vineyard. The couple decided to take the plunge into becoming winery owners in 2011. Starting small, they continued to increase their wine selections, as well as the size of their business. Since they have made and love a variety of wine styles, they understand the importance of having a wide variety of offerings for their customers. They have grown from selling wine out of their garage, to having a satellite store in a neighboring county, and are now building a new facility to better accommodate their higher levels of production as well as customer flow. John and Dot are directly involved in all aspects of their winery operations including maintaining the vineyard, wine-making, tasting rooms, sales and off-site events, and packaging and preparing wine shipments. They recently started the local Washington County Chapter of the American Wine Society, and continue to help local home winemakers with advice, support, and the sell of supplies through the club. If you are interested in sponsoring a future Southpointe Chamber wine tasting event contact us at 724-873-7777.
Located on 16 acres just off of Route 519 in Eighty Four, PA, their tasting room is in the basement of a log home and shares the same ▲ John and Dot started their appreciation for wine through weekend rustic décor as the surrounding landscape. Anyone is welcome to trips to wineries to enjoy the country atmosphere and to sample the enjoy a glass of wine in their outdoor seating area and take in the beautiful country scenery.▼ wine offerings.
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joint replacements, and is working with other Allegheny Health Network physicians for primary stroke care via telemedicine. “One of the best-kept secrets at Canonsburg is the specialty, minimally invasive surgeries that we do,” says Dr. Eugene Hammell, MD, a veteran Canonsburg surgeon who has performed an estimated 6,000 surgeries. “Our doctors are very well-trained and experienced,” he says. “We’re the hometown hospital with hands-on care and lots of nice people, but we also do a lot of procedures using advanced technology.” Hammell performs around 275 gallbladder removal surgeries per year at Canonsburg Hospital while other expert surgeons specialize in one-day knee replacement, esophageal and gastrointestinal procedures, colon Fun Fact: Canonsburg Hospital operated a nursing and rectal surgery, weight school for five years during reduction surgery, ortho- World War II in order to paedic surgery, and much help train nurses for war. more. Canonsburg’s emergency department treats more than 18,000 patients per year and has an ambulance and LifeFlight on site. “Our ER is outstanding,” says Dr. Tom Corkery, chief medical officer at Canonsburg Hospital. “The staff does a great job; it’s a nice facility, and patients don’t wait forever to be seen and treated.” Corkery hears the same sentiments as Sarra when he makes rounds. “Patients like Canonsburg because it’s close to home, still small, and personable,” he says.
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Stantec lends a helping hand to the local Amish community as staff celebrate Stantec in the Community Day Each year, in mid-September, Stantec’s offices around the globe celebrate Stantec in the Community Day (SITC). While our employees are active in their communities throughout the year, SITC highlights our commitment to the people and places we serve with a global day of volunteering in our communities. This year, our Southpointe office went off the beaten path…literally. It all started with a simple business arrangement. Survey Party Chief Mark Miles explains, “In my line of work at Stantec, we mark the pathways of gas lines using thousands of wooden survey stakes. Much of our work is conducted in very rural areas of Ohio and Pennsylvania, areas where you can find many small Amish enclaves. Early on, I established an account with one of the chief elders of the local Amish community. He was able to reliably produce a couple thousand stakes a week from this lumber yard. During trips to and from the supplier’s farm for new stakes, Mark couldn’t help but notice that the community schoolhouse was in need of repairs, and he knew just the team to help out. Back at the office, he suggested that the office assist their Amish friends and business partner with some school work - a perfect match for Stantec in the Community Day. His fellow engineers, surveyors and administrative staff agreed and launched a fund-raising drive for school supplies. The donations streamed in eventually providing enough funds to purchase pencils, crayons, notebooks,
chalk and carbon paper to supply the school for the entire year. As Mark delivered the supplies to the grateful students and their teacher, he eyed the weathered schoolhouse and decided that their work was not yet done. First up: replacing the cinder block stairs with a new wooden stairway. Next, the team donated time and materials to repaint the interior rooms and the main entry door, a task which the Amish children excitedly joined in. As a finishing touch, they built a gravel courtyard, which promises to mitigate muddy boot tracks inside the school. The Amish leaders appreciated the hard work and commitment of the Stantec staff, as both business partners and neighbors. And in return, the community invited the office team to a chili dinner, complete with homemade breads and apple pie for dessert. Across Pennsylvania, other Stantec office teams participated in Stantec in the Community day as well. Some of the groups getting a helping hand were the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Arc of Butler County, and The Breathing Foundation. About Stantec The Stantec community unites more than 15,000 employees working in over 250 locations. Our work—professional consulting in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics—begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships.
Chamber Board and Staff
Don Hodor Southpointe Chamber Founder, Executive Director, Telecommunications Engineer and Owner of Southpointe Telecom
Dale Risker President of Southpointe Chamber, Owner/Operator of World Wide Technical Services, Franchisor of Shake â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n Twist stores
Mike George Director of Technology Network and Computer Repair, CCTV and Card Access Installation & Repair
Lesly McAfee Marketing Specialist Southpointe Magazine Advertising Sales
Brad Herman Director of Communication Southpointe Chamber of Commerce/Southpointe Telecom
Bill Griffin On Site, CCTV, Card Access, Phone System Technician, & Event Photographer
Board Member Dr. Steve Morreale Physician specializing in geriatrics medicine & COPE Certified Health Coach
Board Member Jim McDonald C.E.O / Chairman of Monaloh Basin Engineers
Board Member Lou Gadani Distributor for Vernon Sales Marketing and Promotional Products
Board Member Karl Skrypak Vice President and General Counsel, HyitaTech Consulting, LLC
Board Member Bill Gardner Senior Business Systems Consultant with Amcom/ Xerox
Board Member Joyce Salizzoni Channel Development Advisor PNC Wealth Management
Board Member Ellie Nesser California University of Pennsylvania, Southpointe Campus
Scotti Mulert Ambassador for The Southpointe Chamber & Southpointe Jazz Club