Next 3 Days Troy Hill Bake Off (Application Link Inside) Saturday Oct 3rd, 2015

Think your cakes and bakes can persuade and influence the sweet tooth of Rick Sebak and other celebrity judges? Then sign up for the Next 3 Days Troy Hill Bake Off, part of the N3D Troy Hill festival to be held on Saturday October 3rd. For an application for the bake off, follow the link below to download and print your application form: http://troyhillpittsburgh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Next-3-Days-Bake-Off-Form.pdf

Questions about the N3D Bake Off or anything else regarding Next 3 Days Troy Hill Contact:
Eileen:
eileen@revivemarketinggroup.com   or  412-874-0272
The Official Website for N3D Troy Hill is:  http://n3dinfo.com/

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Troy Hill Citizens General Meeting ★ Wednesday, September 9th, 7PM ★ MHN School Hall

The Troy Hill Citizens quarterly General Meeting will be on Wednesday, September 9th at 7PM. The meeting will be held at the Most Holy Name School Hall (Tinsbury Street Entrance).   These meeting are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend!

On the Agenda for this meeting (In no specific order):

 

Troy Hill “Next 3 Day” weekend – planning meeting – Thursday August 6, at 7pm, MHN School Hall

Attention Troy Hill Neighbors and Friends!
Brainstorming Event for the Planning and Arrangement to Showcase our Troy Hill Neighborhood!
Organizational Meeting to be held:
August 6, 2015 – 7pm at the Most Holy Name School, Tinsbury Street entrance.

We need your help! Spread the word!

The Urban Redevelopment Authority and Mayor Peduto’s Office are teaming up with NEXTpittsburgh to present the Next 3 Days, an exciting new program that puts a three-day spotlight on select City of Pittsburgh neighborhoods – and Troy Hill is first on the list!

On October 2, 3 and 4, we’ll be celebrating Troy Hill with a cool event (Friday night), a community festival (Saturday), and a neighborhood-wide real estate open house (Sunday). We need your help to put this together, so we can tell everyone about your wonderful neighborhood!

Interested?

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Join us on:

Thursday, August 6 at 7 pm

Most Holy Name School Hall – Tinsbury Street Entrance

Have questions or need more information? Contact Josette Fitzgibbons at 412-255-6686 or email jfitzgibbons@ura.org.

See you on August 6!

The Carnegie Library will continue visiting Troy Hill Citizens Park this summer!

The Carnegie Library will continue visiting your Citizens Park in Troy Hill on Wednesdays in June (17th & 24th next up) at 2:00PM.


If participation stays up, they librarians plan to continue this program on Wednesdays in July and August too!
On Wednesday June 10th, over 20 participants attended and signed up for this program. Librarians Caitie and David are promising more fun and educational activities once they get a better idea of the age groups of the participants who will attend. If you were unable to attend the inaugural day, it’s not too late; please feel free to visit and join them at your park when they are here on the upcoming Wednesdays!

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Troy Hill Welcome Sign Update

The Troy Hill Welcome Sign, created by James Simon is close to being installed on Troy Hill Road location.

Now that PennDOT has completed it’s work on the Parking Lot on Troy Hill Road , the proper channels of paper work that are required from PennDOT have been set in motion. The next work you will notice at the Troy Hill Road Parking Lost (across from Penn Brewery) will be the construction and installation of the foundation for the Welcome Sign; hopefully this part of the project will be starting relatively soon! Once the foundation is set and cured at this location, the Mosaic Welcome Sign will then begin to be assembled and constructed. If all goes well, look for the sign to be in place sometime this summer! Check back for further updates and the progress of this project.

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East Ohio Project Presentation available online

In case your missed the East Ohio Project presentation at last night’s THC meeting, or wish to go over some of the blueprints, or diagrams again, the information is available online:

 

To access the East Ohio Street Project website, visit:

http://www.dot.state.pa.us/penndot/districts/district11.nsf/D11Roadwork?OpenFrameSet

Once at the above site: select “Design” in the upper left, then select the “Future Construction Projects Index” bullet, and then select “State Route 4084, Section A04 East Ohio Street” bullet

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