Thursday, January 31, 2013
Officials plan to open a park at site of a former Moon Township industrial site.
Land-use planner Sean Garrigan said a master plan for Moon Township's proposed waterfront park along the Ohio River could be approved by March. Garrigan, who briefed Moon supervisors Wednesday on the project's progress, said planners and township officials are readying a final draft of the park's master plan, which will be submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Moon Parks and Recreation officials for much of the past year have worked alongside planners, crafting a park design and environmental remediation plan for a 17-acre property on University Boulevard, overlooking the Ohio River. The proposed park will be cornered between the Sewickley Bridge and Fab-Tec Industries along Route 51. View …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Trains that run through a waterfront property slated to become a township park could pose difficulty for the project.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jenna Staul
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
One resident suggested a waterfront promenade that could stretch along the banks of the Ohio River. Another proposed a splash pad for children to cool off and a place to dock kayaks and canoes. Moon residents on Tuesday night were asked to envision the future of the township's planned 17-acre waterfront park, which will be located off University Boulevard. Developers from the Somerset-based firm Stromberg Garrigan & Associates, which has been pegged by the township to spearhead the project, met with community members to collect feedback and share initial findings of the park plan. Lance Welliver, assistant director for Moon Parks and Recreation, said the township will hold another set of meetings before presenting its final plan for the…
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Click through the list below to view a few of Moon Patch's most-viewed articles for the week of May 7.
Click through the list below to view a few of Moon Patch's most-viewed articles for the week of May 7, listed in no particular order. Yuppie Sandwich Shop in Robinson! What?! School Board Adds Full-Day Kindergarten Program to Preliminary Budget Moon to Host Forum on Planned Waterfront Park Sound-Off: President Obama Backs Same-Sex Marriage News Nearby: Moon Engineering Firm Hired by Ross Township