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CLASSIFIED New Pittsburgh Courier JULY 28-AUGUST 3, 2010 www.newpittsburghcourier.com


JOB OPPORTUNITIES Help Wanted


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LEGAL ADVERTISING Legal Notices


SANITARY AUTHORITY LEGAL NOTICE


VARIOUS POSITIONS Robert Morris


University (RMU)


Please visit www.rmu.jobs for multiple employment opportunities. Qualified candidates should email their resume to jobs@rmu.edu or mail to Robert Morris University, Human Resources, 6001 University Blvd., Moon Twp., PA 15108 indicating the position of inter- est. RMU is committed to increasing diversity in our community and actively pursues individuals from all back- grounds.


EOE


ATHLETIC BUSINESS MANAGER


California University of PA is seeking a full-time, permanent Athletic Business Manager. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: The day to day func- tions of the Athletic Department busi- ness and fiscal operations. For a more detailed job description, position re- quirements and instructions for application, visit www.calu.edu/employ- ment. Application deadline is August 5, 2010.


Cal U is M/F/V/D/AA/EEO.


DIRECTOR OF BASIC NEEDS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


Supervisory position overseeing a staff that provides emergency assistance and case management services. Mas- terʼs degree in social work plus 5 years of professional experience in human services field required. Must have strong supervisory experience; profi- ciency in Microsoft Office; valid driverʼs license, access to a vehicle, and Act 33 clearances. Send resume to Director of Human Resources, Catholic Char- ities, 212 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222; fax: 412-325-7712; e-mail: patd@ccpgh.org.


EOE


The Community College of Allegheny County has the following opportunities available at our South Campus loca- tion: •Asst Director of Facilities Mgt (Reg FT) •Director of Public Relation (Reg FT) •Energy Manager (Reg FT) •Engineering Faculty (Temp FT with benefits)- Diversity Fellowship Pro- gram •Senior Clerk (Reg FT) •Student Success Coach (Reg FT) Please visit www.ccacjobs.com for fur- ther details and/or to apply.


EOE


GROUNDS MAINTENANCE MANAGER


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


Cranberry Township is currently seek- ing candidates for the position of Grounds Maintenance Manager in the Public Works Department. This profes- sional position will oversee bargaining unit personnel and the maintenance of all Township grounds and sports turf fa- cilities, excluding the Cranberry High- lands Golf Course. Responsibilities of this position include: developing proto- col to coordinate sports field mainte- nance with the Sports Associations, overseeing the maintenance of land- scape islands; coordinating street tree maintenance and private property areas with the Home Owners Associa- tions and creating daily and long range scheduling of personnel, projects, bud- geting and equipment and asset man- agement. This position will also assist with the management of the winter maintenance operations. This position works independently and with minimal supervision. Knowledge of Microsoft applications, asset and financial man- agement software is required. Qualified applicants must possess a minimum of an Associateʼs Degree in Sports Turf Management or related field. A mini- mum of six to ten years experience in Grounds Maintenance is required. Demonstrated experience in directing the application of lawn and tree main- tenance chemicals and possessing a PA Pesticide license is required. A valid Driverʼs license is required. Interested individuals should apply on- line at http://www.cranberrytown- ship.org/employment


EOE/M/F/D/V


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR For Macedonia Family and Childrenʼs Enrichment Center


Day to day management of operations and staff of a non-profit community ori- ented outreach program including ad- ministration, advocacy, fundraising, fi- nancial management, program devel- opment and community relations. Re- quirements include: BA degree and 5 years experience or MSW/MA in a rel- evant field and 3 years minimum su- pervisory and grant writing experience. Competitive salary. No telephone calls please. Email resumes to: FACEre- sumes@macedoniapgh.org


WILKINSBURG BOROUGH


Qualified persons are invited to apply to the Borough ofWilkinsburg Civil Ser- vice Commission to take competitive examinations leading to eligibility for appointment as Patrol Officers in the Borough of Wilkinsburg Police Depart- ment. An application form may be obtained at the Managerʼs Office, Wilkinsburg Bor- ough Building, 605 Ross Avenue, Wilkinsburg PA 15221 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Mon- day through Friday. Requirements: U.S. Citizen, High School Diploma or equivalency certificate, 18 years of age, possessing a valid PA driverʼs li- cense and able to pass a required physical agility test and be in otherwise good medical condition. Applicants must be a resident or declare the intent to become a resident within one (1) year of hire. Failure to do so will cause said applicant to be ineligible for ad- mission to the examinations. A non-refundable filing fee of $50.00 is required by check or money order made payable to the Borough of Wilkinsburg when the completed appli- cation is filed. Accurately completed applications will be accepted at the Managerʼs Office until 3:30 p.m. on September 7, 2010. The Civil Service Commission will con- duct a physical agility test to be fol- lowed by written examination for all ap- plicants that successfully passed the physical agility test on September 17, 2010 with applicants to be notified of the time and place of these tests. Applicants must be Act 120 Certified or have successfully completed Act 120 training as prescribed by the Municipal Police Officersʼ Education and Training Commission, passed the Act 120 ex- amination and be able to secure a cur- rent and active MPOTEC Number prior to filing of application. Successful Ap- plicants must meet all Civil Service re- quirements as well as passing an ex- tensive background check and poly- graph testing. Applicants will be notified by mail of the time and place for commencement of the examination process. In addition, the time and place will be posted in the Municipal Building.


Wilkinsburg Borough is an Equal Opportunity Employer


IT DEVELOPER/ PROGRAMMER


Pittsburgh GlassWorks, LLC located in Pittsburgh, PA seeks a full-time IT De- veloper/Programmer to work at our headquarters and who will be responsi- ble for multiple web-based technolo- gies that are part of the LYNX Services solution set for clients and retail glass shops.


sume to: ITapplicants@pgwglass.com


RENTAL SERVICE UnfurnishedApartments


SUBSIDIZED HOUSING


For the elderly, handicapped or disabled. Equal housing opportu- nity. Call Noble Towers


412-921-9087 REAL ESTATE


Business Property STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT


566 Brushton Ave—office/ware- house/storage space for rent; app 2,000 sq ft office and attached garage/- warehouse avail this fall; $1,300/mo plus utlities; contact Mark Smith 412- 585-2227.


To place an ad in the New Pittsburgh Courier Classifieds call 412-481-8302 ext. 113 or 140


OFFICE/WAREHOUSE/


Estate of KNUTH, HELEN, A/K/A KNUTH, ELEANOR, deceased, of Mt. Lebanon,PA No. 021003578 of 2010, Mary Lou (Knuth) Csensich, Co-Extrs., Andrew Knuth, Adm., c/o Mary Lou (Knuth) Csensich 71 Pacer Drive, Sewickley, PA 15143.


Estate of FRALIN, FLORENCE G., deceased of Pittsburgh, PA No.02-10-03619, Bernice G. Davis, Executrix, 128 N. Craig Street, Apt. 304, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 or to Nancy L. Rackoff, Esquire, Tener, Van Kirk, Wolf &Moore, P.C. One Oxford Centre, Suite 2100, 301 Grant Street, P, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.


If interested, please send re- POLICE OFFICER


The Allegheny County Sanitary Author- ity (ALCOSAN) is accepting Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualifica- tions from Professional Engineering Firms who wish to be considered for providing the following engineering ser- vices:


ALCOSAN Interceptor System Capital Project No. S402


Letters of Interest and six (6) copies of Statements of Qualifications must be received by the end of the business day, Friday, August 6, 2010 at the of- fices ofthe Authority. Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualifications should be mailed to: Allegheny County Sanitary Authority 3300 Preble Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15233


Attention: Ms. Leah Berfield


This project consists of the improve- ments to approximately 70 manholes in the ALCOSAN Interceptor System. In addition, some selected pipe improve- ments and rehabilitation is anticipated while working under the applicable per- mits. The majority of the manhole and pipe improvements are located in Saw Mill Run, Thompson Run and Turtle Creek. Some of the manholes are lo- cated in hillsides, streams, stream banks, private property and in major transportation arteries. ALCOSAN an- ticipates the following improvements: • raising manholes to grade • abandonment • repair or rehabilitation • complete pipe replacement • selected pipe improvements such as CIPP • VI reduction It is anticipated that numerous permits will be required including but not limited to Erosion and Sedimentation Control Permits, Stream Permits, Highway Oc- cupancy and Street Opening Permits, Maintenance and Protection of Traffic Permits, and Railroad Permits. It is envisioned that the selected firm will meet with the appropriate permit- ting agencies, prepare all permits and drawings to satisfy all permitting re- quirements, prepare bid packages for bidding, review the bids, and provide a recommendation for award, preside over the preconstruction conference and act as the construction manager. ALCOSAN encourages businesses owned and operated by minorities, dis- advantaged, and womenʼs business enterprises to submit qualification statements or to participate as subcon- tractors or suppliers to the selected Firm. The Firm selected shall be re- quired to utilize minority, disadvan- taged, and womenʼs business enter- prises to the fullest extent possible. A copy of ALCOSANʼs Minority and Women Business Policy Statement is available upon request and will be in- cluded in the Requests for Proposal. Firms wishing to participate in this pro- ject shall submit a Letter of Interest and six (6) copies of Statements of Qualifi- cations indicating their experience on projects similar in size and extent. Each Firm shall also submit the qualifi- cations of its proposed on-site Project Manager, and list the projects per- formed by that person over the last five years. All firms shall include completed U.S. Government Form SF 330 with their submittals. Any questions should be di- rected to Jan M. Oliver, Director of Re- gional Conveyance at jan.oliver@- alcosan.org/(412) 734-8351, or Michael Lichte, P.E., Manager of Planning


alcosan.org/(412) 732-8004. ALLEGHENY COUNTY


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ctor, Regional Conveyance July 20, 2010


LEGAL ADVERTISING Legal Notices


Estate Notices


Letters have been granted on the estate of each of the following decedents to the per- sonal representative named who request all persons having claims against the estate of the decedent tomake known the same inwrit- ing to him or his attorney, and all persons in- debted to the decedent to make payment to him without delay:


SANITARY AUTHORITY Jan M. Oliver


Pipeline Improvements in the


Manhole and Selected ALLEGHENY COUNTY


LEGAL ADVERTISING Legal Notices


Estate Notices


Letters have been granted on the estate of each of the following decedents to the per- sonal representative named who request all persons having claims against the estate of the decedent tomake known the same inwrit- ing to him or his attorney, and all persons in- debted to the decedent to make payment to him without delay:


Estate and Trust Estate of BUCHANAN, AGNES TAIT, deceased of Verona, PA No. 02-10-04017, Edwin Bailey Buchanan, Jr. and Richard Tait Buchanan, Co-Executors and Edwin Bayley Buchanan, Jr., Richard Tait Buchanan and Edwin Bailey Buchanan, Co-Trustees under Irrevocable Trust Agree- ment of Agnes Tait Buchanan. Edwin Bayley Buchanan, Jr. Executor/Trustee, 4602 Club Circle, NE, Atlanta, GA 30319, Richard Tait Buchanan, Executor/Trustee, 673 W. John- son Street, Philadelphia, PA 19355, Edwin Bayley Buchanan, Trustee, 2107 Alc Drive, Verona, PA 15147, or to Nancy L. Rackoff, Esquire, Tener, Van Kirk, Wolf & Moore, P.C. One Oxford Centre, Suite 2100, 301 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.


LEGAL ADVERTISING Bids/Proposals


NOTICE TO BIDDERS


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that specifications and proposal forms for furnishing all labor and materials and professional/construction services for the following projects entitled: •CD 35-6.2.1 Steel Valley COG Gym- nasium Improvement Project •CD 36-3.2 City of Clairton Street Re- construction Project •CD 36–4.14 Borough of Homestead Park Renovation Project •CD 36-7.3 Borough of Dravosburg Street Reconstruction Project may be obtained at the offices of the Steel Valley Council of Governments (SVCOG) located on the first floor of the Steel Valley Human Service Cen- ter, Room 108, 1705 Maple Street, Homestead, PA 15120, from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., beginning Wednesday, July 21, 2010. This project requires a non-returnable fee of $50.00 (plus $ 5.00 postage & handling) for copies of bid specifica- tions. BIDS FOR ALL PROJECTS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Home- stead location until 1PM. prevailing time onWednesday, August 11, 2010. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the time and place fixed for the opening of bids that is at 1:15PM on Wednesday, August 11, 2010 in the SVCOG Building located at 1705 Maple Street in Homestead, PA. Bids must be on standard proposal forms in the manner therein described and be enclosed in a sealed envelope, bearing the name and address of the bidder on the outside, addressed to the SVCOG and marked with the project name. Also be advised that the Steel Valley Council of Governments reserves the right to reject any and all bids ei- ther in whole or in part on behalf of member municipalities for which bids are being sought. Bids must be accompanied by a cer- tified check upon a National or State bank, drawn and made payable without condition to the Steel Valley Council of Governments, in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the bid, or a bid bond of not less than 10%, and be delivered to the place and hour named. COMPLIANCE IS REQUIRED FOR THE DAVIS-BACON ACT (Except as otherwise noted abovewith ”***”) and other Federal Labor Standard Provi- sions: Title VI and other applicable pro- visions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Department of Labor Equal Oppor- tunity Clause (41 CFR 60-1.4); Section 109 of the Housing and Community De- velopment Act of 1974; Executive Order 11625 (Utilization of Minority Business Enterprise); Executive Order 12138 (Utilization of Female Business Enter- prise); in compliance with Section 504 of the RehabilitationAct of 1973 andAmer- icans with Disabilities Act of 1990; and the Allegheny County MBE/WBE Pro- gram enacted July 1981, which sets forth goals of 13(%) percent Minority and 2(%) percent Female Business En- terprise. Further notice is hereby given that this is a Section 3 Project under the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, (as is amended) and must, to the greatest extent feasible, utilize lower in- come residents for employment and training opportunities and Section 3 Business Concerns and all contracts and subcontracts for this project shall contain the “Section 3 Clause” as set forth in 24CRF Part 135.38. Moreover, compliance is required by the prime contractor and all subcontractors with the document entitled “Federal General Conditions” that is included with the bid materials furnished to the bidder. Said “Federal General Conditions” are incor- porated by reference into all construc- tion contracts between operating agency and contractor, contractor and subcontractor(s), and subcontractor(s) and lower tiered subcontractor(s). By order of the Executive Board of the Steel Valley Council of Govern- ments


SVCOG Executive Director An Lewis


LEGAL ADVERTISING Bids/Proposals


INVITATION FOR BIDS


Sealed bids will be received in the of- fice of the Controller of Butler County, Mr. John R. McMillin, Jr., County Gov- ernment Center, 124 West Diamond Street, P.O. Box 1208 Butler, Pa. 16003-1208 until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time Friday, August 13, 2010 with all bids opened atAgenda Settingmeeting on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. in the Commissioners Conference Room, Fifth Floor, County Government Center, 124 West Diamond Street But- ler, PA. All sealed bids must be clearly marked 2009 Connoquenessing Bor- ough Sidewalks/curb Cuts Project on the outside of the envelope. A general description of the work is as follows: Project: Connoquenssing Borough Sidewalks/Curb Cuts on Main Street. There will be a pre-bid meeting at 206 Main Street in the parking lot of United Methodist Church in Connoquenessing Borough at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Au- gust 6, 2010 for all interested contrac- tors. Copies of the specifications and bid documents are to be picked up at: Connoquenessing Borough Office, 228 Constitution Ave, Connoquenessing, PA 16027, (724) 789-9097 OR Gannett Fleming 554 S. Erie Street, Mercer, PA 16137 (724) 662-2402 where sets of said documents may be obtained. A certified check or bank draft, payable to County of Butler, negotiable U.S. Government Bond (at par value or a satisfactory bid bond) executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the total bid of this project, shall be submitted with each bid. Bidders must submit with their bids the non-collusion affidavit contained in the contract documents. Prevailing wages established under the Davis-Bacon Act will apply to this con- tract. The contract documents contain requirements addressing prevailing labor wage rates, labor standards, nondiscrimination in hiring practices, goals for minority and female participa- tion, MBE and WBE participation, par- ticipation by Section 3 residents and businesses and related matters.


A. Dale Pinkerton, Chairman James L. Kennedy


William S. OʼDonnell Chief Clerk/Director of Administration


INVITATION FOR BIDS


Sealed bids will be received in the of- fice of the Controller of Butler County, Mr. John R. McMillin, Jr., County Gov- ernment Center, 124 West Diamond Street, P.O. Box 1208 Butler, Pa. 16003-1208 until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time Friday, August 13, 2010 with all bids opened atAgenda Settingmeeting on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 9:30 a.m. in the Commissioners Conference Room, Fifth Floor, County Government Center, 124 West Diamond Street But- ler, PA. All sealed bids must be clearly marked 2009 Zelienople Borough Park Lower Restroom Project on the outside of the envelope. A general description of the work is as follows: Project: Zelienople Borough Park Lower Restroom Project. Removal of architectural barriers in the lower park restroom to make it ADA compliant. There will be a pre-bid meeting at the Zelienople Borough Park located on Di- vision Street at 8:30 a.m. on Friday,Au- gust 6, 2010 for all interested contrac- tors. Copies of the specifications and bid documents are to be picked up at: Zelienople Borough Office., 111 West New Castle Street, Zelienople PA 16063, (724) 452-6610 where sets of said documents may be obtained. A certified check or bank draft, payable to County of Butler, negotiable U.S. Government Bond (at par value or a satisfactory bid bond) executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the total bid of this project, shall be submitted with each bid. Bidders must submit with their bids the non-collusion affidavit contained in the contract documents. Prevailing wages established under the Davis-Bacon Act will apply to this con- tract. The contract documents contain requirements addressing prevailing labor wage rates, labor standards, nondiscrimination in hiring practices, goals for minority and female participa- tion, MBE and WBE participation, par- ticipation by Section 3 residents and businesses and related matters.


A. Dale Pinkerton, Chairman James L. Kennedy


William S. OʼDonnell Chief Clerk/Director of Administration


CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS


James C. Lokhaiser ATTEST:


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


James C. Lokhaiser ATTEST:


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


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