Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Mt. Lebanon Commissioners To Study Private Roads

An abundance of private roads in Mt. Lebanon is prompting a study that might more clearly define municipal policy.

During a discussion session of the commissioners' meeting last evening, officials stressed the need to identify private and land company streets, and to evaluate whether these roads are up to current municipal standards.

Citing poor surface conditions on some of these streets -- which number between 47 and 70, depending on varying estimates -- commissioners said they hoped to move quickly on establishing policy. Legally, maintenance such as snow removal and pothole repair is the responsibility of those living on such streets.

Link: www.postgazette.com/pg/09223/990079-100.stm

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