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Halloween trick-or-treating will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31.
Total cost is $50 to attend once class per week (or any five classes), or $90 to attend twice per week (all 10 classes). Payment is due at the first class. No refunds are permitted after the program starts.
All levels, ages and abilities, including beginners, are welcome. Bring
a yoga mat.
A registration form and more information are included on the following: YOGA FLYER
Board appoints him to fill vacant seat
South Fayette Township commissioners on Aug. 20 appointed physician Raymond D. Pitetti to serve on the five-member board through Dec. 31, 2015. He is set to finish the unexpired term of Todd Miller, who resigned in July for personal reasons.
Dr. Pitetti, 49, is Associate Medical Director and Chief of the Emergency Department at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
“As a resident of South Fayette Township for over 15 years, I have come to love and appreciate our community and the opportunities it presents,” Dr. Pitetti said in his application letter. “As such, I have a desire to become more involved in guiding and leading our township as it continues to grow and develop.”
Dr. Pitetti has been vice president of the township’s Parks and Recreation Board for the past two years and has served on the boards of the South Fayette Touchdown Club and other township youth sports associations.
He said some of the most important township issues are enhancing commercial and retail development, meeting the recreational needs of the increasing population, and establishing common ground between established and newer residents.
Veteran officer has been Acting Chief since April
The South Fayette Township Board of Commissioners on Aug. 20
appointed John Phoennik as Chief of Police, effective Aug. 25, to head
the 14-officer township police force.
“We’re extremely excited to have John in this leadership position,”
township manager Ryan Eggleston said. “He has great vision, and we look
forward to the continued growth of the department.”
“I’m truly humbled and excited to move the department forward,” Chief
Phoennik said. “I’m looking forward to providing good service to the
residents of the township.”
Chief Phoennik, 50, lives in South Fayette with his wife, Shelley, and three children, who attend the South Fayette Township School District.
The South Fayette Township Board of Commissioners on Aug. 20 appointed Butch Truitt as Public Works Director to head the 15-person department, starting Aug. 25. He has been Acting Public Works Director since May.
“I’m looking forward to it. I think it will be a good fit,” Mr. Truitt said. “We have a bunch of good, talented guys in public works. Their expertise is second to none.”
In April 2013, South Fayette hired Miles H. Truitt Jr.—better known by his nickname, “Butch”—as Parks and Recreation Director. He will continue to hold the post until someone is hired to fill the newly named position of Recreation Director to focus on recreational programming.
Formerly of Oil City, Venango County, Mr. Truitt lives in Bridgeville with his wife, Rita.
PUBLIC INVITED TO CHILDREN’S SOUTH OPEN HOUSE SEPT. 20
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh will hold a community open house at its new Children’s South center in South Fayette Township from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Community members are invited to take self-guided tours of the new $24 million, 60,000-square-foot pediatric center, 205 Millers Run Road, and to enjoy activities for children and families, such as:
Entertainment, including Radio Disney
Doc McStuffins Toy Clinic
CCP-South Fayette Adopt-a-Teddy Bear
Fun with South Fayette High School football and soccer teams
Moose on the Loose Cafe open for business
Click here for: UPMC CHILDRENS SOUTH OPEN HOUSE FLYERChildren’s South will provide pediatric outpatient services, after-hours and weekend care for minor illnesses and injuries, and pediatric primary care,
starting Sept. 29, 2014.
ROTARY CLUB OF BRIDGEVILLE - SOUTH FAYETTE
8TH ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF
Join us at Fairview Park in South Fayette Township
Sunday, September 21, noon to 4:00 pm
Live music and children's area (bouncy house, balloons and more)
Sample over 20 different Chilis
For more information: www.bridgeville-sfrotary.org
SOUTH FAYETTE TOWNSHIP DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDED
South Fayette Township is redesigning its website. As part of this project, we are asking residents to donate the use of their high-quality digital photos for possible inclusion on the revamped website. We are seeking images of South Fayette's scenery, parks, special or historic places, and activities. Please email high-resolution photos to Andrea Iglar, Community Development Director, at email@example.com. Please include your name, contact information and a brief note as to the location or event in the photo. Call the township office at 412-221-8700 with questions.
VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING BOARDS:
Parks & Recreation - 1 member
Board of Standards - 1 alternate member
2014 WASTE MANAGEMENT REFUSE & RECYCLING CALENDAR
Click on the following to view/print the 2014 South Fayette Township / Waste Management
Refuse & Recycling Calendar with Holiday Schedules
2014 RUBBISH / RECYCLING CALENDAR & FLYER
ELECTRONIC RECYCLING CENTER HOURS
ANYONE WISHING TO DROP OFF ITEMS FOR ELECTRONIC RECYCLING SHOULD CALL (412-221-8700) PRIOR TO BRINGING THE ITEMS TO THE TOWNSHIP. ELECTRONIC RECYCLING WILL BE AVAILABLE
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM ONLY.
PLEASE CALL AHEAD AND STOP AT THE TOWNSHIP OFFICES PRIOR TO DROPPING ITEMS OFF.