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Task Force

The West Hills DUI Task Force will be conducting enforcement operations during the weekend of 05-29-15 through 05-31-15.  These operations will be in the form of Sobriety Checkpoints and/or roving DUI patrols. 

Officers from Avalon Borough, Bellevue Borough, Carnegie Borough, Coraopolis Borough, Crescent Township, Edgeworth Borough, Findlay Township, Kennedy Township, Leetsdale Borough, Moon Township, North Fayette Township, Ohio Township, Robinson Township, Sewickley Borough and Stowe Township will be taking part in these operations. 

Booze to flow in Bellevue
Alcohol Referendum passes in Bellevue. In a not so close vote, Bellevue voters chose to allow sales of alcohol in Bellevue by a vote of 887 yes to 518 no. A 67% to 37% defeat for the "No Bars in Bellevue" group. Applications for licenses will start on Wednesday, May 20th. Applications will be held for 30 days to give residents and organizations time to petition the PLCB. A committee has been formed to attempt to regulate how the establishments will operate under the Conditional License Agreement (CLA) concept. Their first meeting will be held at the borough council chambers on Wednesday evening.

Assumption School Flea Market and Basket Raffle

Saturday, June 20 from 8 am to 2 pm and Sunday, June 21 from 9 am to 1 pm.  Hunting for treasures or just a really good bargain?  Head on out to Assumption School’s 6th Annual Flea Market in spacious McGovern Hall (located under the church) 45 North Sprague Ave., Bellevue.  It will be a picker’s paradise with tables featuring collectables, jewelry, kitchen items, toys and so much more.  Basket raffles and concessions will also be available.  You have to come and see what might be waiting for you.  All proceeds will benefit Assumption School.

NHCO offers free tax prep for low-income individuals

    North Hills Community Outreach will offer free tax preparation through March 31 at its sites in Bellevue and Millvale for low-income individuals as part of the United Way Money in Your Pocket coalition.  
     Appointments in the NHCO North Boroughs location, AGH-Suburban Campus, 100 S. Jackson Ave., Bellevue, begin Monday, January 26 and are available Mondays and Tuesdays from 4:30 – 7:30pm.
     Appointments in the NHCO Millvale location, 416 Lincoln Ave., begin Saturday, January 31 and are available Saturdays only from 9:00 am to noon.
    Appointments must be made by calling 2-1-1, beginning January 14.

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