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The smell of smoke awakens Ava Kendall Corey’s memories of watching her parents’ house on St. Clair Road burn down as firefighters were unable to pull water from hydrants.
A water tank constructed of brick is buried under a grassy hill at the top of Montour Street, along Bucknell Avenue in Westmont.
A recent fire that claimed a home in Johnstown’s West Hills illuminated a serious community issue.
Two hydrants failed to supply sufficient water to extinguish a blaze that destroyed a house on St. Clair Road early Monday morning, West Hills Regional Fire Chief Rob Tauber said.
More than half of Johnstown residents and business owners with properties that connect to the city’s sewer collection lines will soon receive letters informing them about requirements concerning their private laterals now that Greater Johnstown Water Authority has taken ownership of the system.
Johnstown will receive $10.9 million in Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority funding, most of which will come in the form of a grant, to perform construction work in the central business district as part of the city’s ongoing state-mandated sewer system remediation project.
Both parties involved in the sale of Johnstown’s sewage collection system have now ratified the purchase agreement.
Greater Johnstown Water Authority has temporarily suspended penalties for late bills in response to the tough economic times being experienced by many local residents due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns.