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The Oakland Planning and Development Corp. met over Zoom on Wednesday evening to discuss Lawn and Ophelia parklet renovations and storm water management.

OPDC discusses proposed Lawn and Ophelia parklet renovations

By Allison Radziwon, Staff Writer November 4, 2021
Current stormwater collection is “creating erosion” as water collects downhill from the Lawn and Ophelia parklet, local water officials said Wednesday. Because of this and the aging playground equipment currently there, they said it is time for a change.
The Oakland Planning and Development Corp.’s monthly meeting discussed property construction and replacing water mains throughout Central Oakland.

OPDC discusses water line replacements, Dawson Street lot

By Millicent Watt, Senior Staff Writer June 29, 2021
The Oakland Planning and Development Corp.’s monthly public meeting consisted of a property owner seeking community input on property construction and the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority explaining the process of replacing water mains.
Mayor Bill Peduto speaks about his plan to distribute free lead filters January 31. Friday, Peduto named three nominations to fill the vacant positions on the PWSA board. James Evan Bowen-Gaddy | Contributing Editor

Peduto nominates Pitt professors, city official to fill three vacant PWSA board seats

By Janine Faust / Senior Staff Writer April 21, 2017

Mayor Bill Peduto nominated three people to fill vacant positions on the board of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority Friday — two of whom are Pitt professors. The nominees will fill spots left...

Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner held a press conference Tuesday to criticize the PWSAs and the citys handling of Pittsburghs lead issues. Stephen Caruso | Assistant Visual Editor

County controller criticizes PWSA’s lead plans

By Stephen Caruso / Contributing Editor March 29, 2017

At a press conference in her Downtown office on Tuesday, Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner considered the scope of lead in Pittsburgh households’ water and called it like she sees it: a public...

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