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Nonprofit finds 529 illegal dump sites in Pittsburgh, 250 more than 2009, Tribune Review


Non-Profit Identifies 500 illegal dump sites in Pittsburgh, WPXI


Clean Pittsburgh Commission first effort focuses on Hazelwood​


Mayor William Peduto Announces Revamped Volunteer Litter Program


 


Mayor's News Release on "Love Your Block"


2011 "BOB AWARDS"

GRAFFITI WATCH’S STEVE ROOT IS VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR;
9 NEIGHBORHOODS ALSO HONORED WITH REDD UP “BOB AWARDS”

Steve Root, a South Side Community Council Board member, was selected Volunteer of the Year by the Clean Pittsburgh Commission for his work with Graffiti Watch, a group dedicated to preventing and removing graffiti.

Root and  nine neighborhoods and were presented “Bob Awards”, named for the late Mayor Bob O’Connor, Thursday (Mar. 24) night at the fourth annual Meet n’ Greet Mixer saluting the city’s Clean Pittsburgh Stewards in 90 neighborhoods.

Judy O’Connor, the Mayor’s widow, and son Corey presented the Most Connected Neighborhoods award to seven Greater Hill District Area neighborhoods of Bedford Dwellings, Crawford Square, Lower Hill, Middle Hill, Oak Hill, Schenley Heights and Uptown. Manchester was awarded for Most Improved and Greenfield for the Neighborhood of the Year.

Rocco D’Angelo, former Pittsburgh Postmaster, received a special award for his efforts to stamp out mail box graffiti.  The campaign began several years ago painting out and repairing mail boxes in Mt. Oliver, Carrick, South Side, Oakland, Strip, Bloomfield and Friendship.

Other volunteers nominated for the Volunteer of the Year Award were: Walitta Abdullah (Beltzhoover), Monique Dietz (Stanton Heights), Dawn Harder (Carrick), Mary Savage (Homewood), Father Don Ware (South Side Slopes) and Harry Wolfe (Allentown).
Several hundred attended.  Joining stewards and volunteers were city officials, Public Works people and members and staff of City Council.

First Niagara Bank is the presenting sponsor of this year’s Meet n’ Greet Mixer.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette article

NEWS ARCHIVE


CPC City News Release 10/11/2011


REDD UP Press Release


The Tireless Project to Clean Up Chartiers Creek


Clean Pittsburgh Commission Issues 2013 Annual Report


Clean Pittsburgh Commission holds Annual Meet n'Greet Mixer


CLEAN PITTSBURGH COMMISSION REAUTHORIZED BY CITY COUNCIL


Alcosan Open House, Saturday September 21st

SCHENLEY HEIGHTS STEWARD IS REDD UP VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR;

‘BOB AWARDS’ ALSO GO TO THREE NEIGHBORHOODS


Spring 2013 Redd Up


Mayor Ravenstahl's Love Your Block - Grant Application – DUE Feb 14, 2013


"Caught Doing Good" Campaign


City cleanup efforts lauded by Ravenstahl


Walkabout: Volunteer's mission is to put clear end to local dump sites


Volunteer of the Year Palombini-Turner says her treasure is derived from giving


MAYORS OFFICE PRESS RELEASE for the 2012 BOB AWARDS


NEWS RELEASE: 5th Annual 2012 Meet and Greet Mixer


WINNERS of 2012 BOB AWARDS ANNOUNCED

LOVE YOUR BLOCK 2012


FALL LEAF COLLECTION A SUCCESS, MAYOR WANTS RESIDENTS TO CONTINUE SEASONS 'GREENINGS'


Walkabout:
If only others could pick up on sacrifices of litter collectors


REDD UP SPRING 2012 NEWS RELEASE


WEINSTEIN ELECTED 3RD TIME AS CLEAN PITTSBURGH CHAIR; PROGRESS MADE WITH HELP OF NEIGHBORHOOD LEADERS



CPC City News Release 10/24/2011

Mayor Launches New "Red Up ZONE" Program
Application


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