On March 27 the Ambridge Area Education Association released the contract Arbitration process time schedule.
Below was posted on the Association's facebook page:
April 12 arbitration hearing
Within next 20 days arbitrator chooses one of three proposals: District, Association or 2016 Fact-Finding decision. The last day for his decision is May 2.
Once the decision is made, both sides have 10 days to accept or reject the decision.
If both sides vote yes, the terms of a new contract have been reached.
If either side votes no, the strike resumes the next day. PA Dept of Ed will determine length of the possible strike if it resumes. If this occurs, court mandated bargaining sessions may occur.
Alzheimer and Dementia Lecture will be held Sat., April 1, 10am at Good Samaritan Parish.
Good Samaritan , St. John the Baptist Parishes , along with Economy Ambulance Service is sponsoring the lecture in Jericho Hall, Good Samaritan.
Judy McClelland, Education & Outreach Coordinator at Alzheimer’s Association, Greater PA Chapter is the presenter. Contact call Bobby Aloe 724-266-6565 x15 or Sr. Mary Lou 724-266-6565 x 19 to make a reservation
Old Economy Village in Ambridge will have an historic railroad lecture in the Granary building (near 14th and Church Streets inside the Village) on Wednesday, April 5 at 7:00 p.m. David Aitken will talk on “The Little Saw Mill Run Railroad”. Conceived by farmers and merchants, the Little Saw Mill Run Railroad was in large part financed and managed by the Harmony Society, a group of German Communist, Capitalist, and Celibate Christians. The life and times of the railroad and the residents of the valleys will be looked at in this talk, which covers approximately from the mid-1840s to the mid-1950s.
David Aitken is a retired Railroad Yardmaster, researcher, volunteer and author. Forty years of interest resulted in David writing a book on this railroad. Copies of his book “The Little Saw Mill Run Railroad” will be for sale and there will be a book signing. This program is free of charge, but you must reserve a seat. Light refreshments will be provided. To reserve seats or if you have any questions please contact David Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (724) 266-4500 x 110.
Historic Railroad Lecture at Old Economy Village
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Granary in Old Economy Village, Ambridge
Contact David Miller email@example.com or (724) 266-4500 x 110
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Garrett Penn, a member of Boy Scout Troop 405 in Baden, was recently awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.
Public Safety Committee reported that based on Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) statistics, crime within Ambridge Borough has decreased between years 2015 and 2016 by -12.12% during the March council meeting.
Ambridge Police Chief James Mann shared that "It's the totality of circumstances with aggressive police work, assistance from outside agencies like at Attorney General's office and all the drugs arrest that was made. When you add it all up you get less crime."
"We are particular about getting accurate UCR reports because that is how we got guys hired under grants" said Mann. "The extra full-time guys, the extra patrols, the multiple arrests, the partnership, it is the totality of everyone. "
"I rather see it go down 12% then up 12%."
Standing room only at the Thursday night Townhall meeting to discuss the design of the Merchant St. Streetscape Improvement Project between 4th and 8th Streets. The project is set to take place spring of 2018 and according to officials will end 6 months after the start. Photo Credit: Felicia Mycyk/Ambridge Connection.
On Thursday night Ambridge Borough held a Townhall meeting to discuss the design of the Merchant St. Streetscape Improvement Project between 4th and 8th Streets.
The project is set to take place spring of 2018 and according to officials will end 6 months after the start.