$15K in repairs to precede winter in Pitcairn |

$15K in repairs to precede winter in Pitcairn

Before winter weather approaches, Pitcairn officials want to finish some maintenance work.

An Eleanor Street manhole will be repaired by Amore Construction Co. of Monroeville as early as this week for $6,500. Repairs will include reinforcing the hole with concrete to prevent stream runoff into the manhole.

In another project, an outside company will service three regulators at the electric substation on Broadway Boulevard. The estimated $8,000 in repairs will be performed either on site or at the company’s facility during the next six weeks.

For a different kind of construction project, council members hired SLG Web Design of Altoona to build and maintain the borough’s website.

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