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Users of and residents near Pennsylvania’s most southerly section of U.S. Route 219 are concerned about sharp curves, speeding vehicles and drivers who don’t obey traffic signals, among other hazards, according to feedback they gave PennDOT at a public meeting Tuesday night.

Municipal officials and engineers interested in learning more about funding opportunities for water and infrastructure projects can attend an upcoming informational session. 

The Johnstown branch of the American Association of University Women and the Pitt-Johnstown Society of Women Engineers will present “Women in Science: 

Making a Difference” at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, 101 Community College Way, Richland Township.

PORTAGE – Engineering and design work for new fencing and resurfacing at Crichton McCormick Park and Pool moved forward at last week’s Portage Borough Council meeting. 

Kudos to the PennDOT highway super sleuths for recognizing another transportation need in our area – a roundabout in Geistown. Who hasn’t been delayed or frustrated at the ability to get from Rite-Aid to Ideal Market and back around to The Meadows? No worries Johnstown and the surrounding areas, these engineers have taken notice.