Property ready for demolition under County's Blight Remediation plan. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Ceschini   
Friday, 25 January 2019 14:39

A vacant former duplex in Kittanning Borough, which is slated for demolition, is the latest project targeted by Armstrong County in its fight against blight.

The county has worked closely with the borough to identify problem properties. The demolition of 150 Diamond Way will be the third demolition in the county in recent weeks. Two similar projects were completed in Leechburg along Siberian Avenue.

State Sen. Don White (R-41st), who helped the county secure funding to assist in blight remediation efforts, commended Kittanning officials, the Armstrong Board of Commissioners and the Department of Planning and Development for working together to deal with problem properties.

Property ready for demolition under County's Blight Remediation plan.

Local, county and state officials gather Friday, Jan. 18 in front of a blighted structure in Kittanning Borough before its

scheduled demolition. From left: Kittanning Councilmen Joseph Kiehlmeier and Scott Davis; Armstrong County Commissioner

Pat Fabian; State Sen. Don White; Armstrong County Commissioner Jason Renshaw; Armstrong County Commissioner George  Skamai.

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