County representatives will be walking/driving throughout West Leechburg this week beginning on Monday to collect data for a blight inventory. County representatives will be wearing yellow vests with ID badges and driving either a white car marked with the county seal or a dark blue SUV. They will be working from public roads and rights-of-way and may take pictures of some properties to be used for the inventory. The work in town is expected to take 1 to 2 days.
This project is part of a partnership between West Leechburg Borough, the Westmoreland County Department of Planning and Development, the Westmoreland Redevelopment Authority & Land Bank, the Local Government Academy, East Vandergrift Borough, Vandergrift Borough, Allegheny Township, the City of New Kensington, and the City of Arnold. The aim is to conduct a regional blight inventory and create a mitigation plan
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