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Playground Will Be Transformed Through Community Build Print E-mail

 

On September 12th at 8AM, an army of volunteers will descend upon an aging recreational facility. When the clock hits 3PM, and the group begins to disperse, the site will be fundamentally changed. With the help of a grant from nationally recognized nonprofit KaBoom!, Brentwood Borough has procured state-of-the-art playground equipment. Local residents will work to errect this structure, committing "sweat equity" that will ensure its success. The public is invited to participate in the build or to just observe this outpouring of community spirit. Once completed, the playground will serve as a safe and creative space that will allow the children of Brentwood to enjoy active recreation in the great outdoors.

 
Brentwood Pool Scheduled Amended Print E-mail

 

As the traditional summer season winds to its conclusion, Brentwood invites its residents to return to our community pool for one final dip.  The pool will operate with reduced hours from August 24th through 28th and August 31st through September 3rd.  Gates will open at 3:30PM.  Additionally, the pool will not open on September 4th in honor of the Spartans football home opener. Normal hours of operation will resume September 5th for Labor Day weekend. The pool will close for the season on September 7th.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 19:32
 
Major Glitches in Sewage Billing Process Rectified Print E-mail

 

In January 2015, Brentwood debuted its all-new sewage usage fee collection system.  The Borough partnered with local vendor Software Systems to provide a program to track and manage user accounts, while concurrently contracting with PNC Bank to generate monthly bills and collect payments. As is often the case when an organization institutes a major procedural change, the transition to the new system has been imperfect, and several "bugs" have been noted and corrected.  During the July billing cycle, a large number of customers received a message on their monthly statements informing them of pending service termination. This message was delivered in error.  No customers were scheduled for termination in July, and, by ordinance, service will never be terminated to a customer who is less than three months delinquent or has adhered to the terms of a valid payment agreement.

 

Additionally, the July statement listed an inaccurate phone number for our customer service representative. Residents should dial 412-884-1500 x118 regarding any billing or payment questions. The Borough issues a heartfelt apology to any resident who received a bill containing the incorrect message and issued a copy of the attached retraction notice to clarify the error. Borough staff has already been formally meeting with our vendors both to ensure that these glitches are entirely corrected and to devises ways to improve the user friendliness of our system.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 16:12
 
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