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C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G May 11 2006 12:00:52:926AM PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE ■ THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006 ■ WWW.POST-GAZETTE.COM EZ-6 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Westmoreland County Allegheny L. Lynnette Baker to Jaret and Jennifer Kerr, property, Finnin Road, $18,000. Michael Long to Michael and Tamara Insko, property, T734, $5,000. Arnold Roseanne Carnahan to Real Estate Options Inc., 1903 Leishman Ave., $12,000. Bell Larry Sieczkowski Jr. to Kenneth and Tammy Swank, property, 2138 Forest Drive, $465,000. Derry Township Landmark Funding Ltd. to Ian and Carl Bonn, 924 Hillcrest Ave., $79,900. John Shrum to Julia Shrum, commercial property, 904 W. First Ave., $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $4,392). Donegal Township Bluefin Inc. to James and Heidi Corsello, property, Route 711, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $7,222). East Huntingdon Edward McNally to David Allan Henry, property, Chestnut Street, $3,000. Archie Miller to Catherine Miller, 203 Mildred St., $87,000. JP Morgan Chase Bank NA to Wayne Hood, RR 3 Box 302, $20,000. Barbara Kozar to Benjamin and Jamie Farmer, RR 3 Box 375A, $162,000. Greensburg Martha Flippen to Eamon and Lori Ann Galvin, 900 Kunkle Drive, $164,500. Bennett Smith to Daniel Greiner and Lindsay Sroka, 79 Laurel Drive, $179,000. John Joseph DiBattista to Geraldine Enlow, 923 Orchard Ave., $81,200. Bank New York trustee to Kevan Kemsey, 511 Southwest Ave., $25,000. Joseph Toth to Steve and Amy Ramer, 30-32 W. Fourth St., $31,900. Thomas Katry to Joseph Maystrovich, 523 Westminister Ave. rear, by sheriff’s deed $4,525 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $50,020). Hempfield Salem PA Greensburg LP to Tithonus Greensburg LP, commercial property, Bothwell Road, $8,561,000. Roman Williams to Deborah Myers, 901 Gazebo Drive, $106,500. Mark Ranker to Cynthia Jones, property, Hunter Road, $10,000. Anthony Bompiani to Vincent and Stephanie Dileo, property, Kristi Drive, $30,000. W. Logan Dickerson to Thomas and Julie Petnuch, 742 Lindwood Drive, $82,500. Donald Ladik to Tom Leeper, property, Main Street, by sheriff’s deed $2,525 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $3,416). Darian Kowalsky to David Muko, 303 Maryland Ave., $110,240. Thomas Jay Grabiak to David and Leslie Moutz, 705 Melvin Drive, $135,960. John & Dennis Henry Construction Inc. to Drew and Suzanne Pullion, 738 Muirfield Drive, $342,000. Richard Brooks to Joseph and Dana Lynn, RR 1 Box 261S Arona Road, $220,000. Pace Pipeline Construction Co. to Westmoreland County Transit Authority, commercial property, RR 11 Box 272, $1,840,000. Paul Ciotti et al. to Frances Delallo trustee, RR 12 Box 619A, $200,000. GES Family Partners LP to Richard Hoak Jr. and Andrea Hoak, 603 Raleigh Drive, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $50,900). Pace Pipe Line Co. to Westmoreland County Transit Authority, commercial property, Route 66, $160,000. Ralph Conrad to David Goodlin, 280 Russ Moore Road, $62,303. GES Family Partners LP to RA Snoznik Construction Inc., property, Southfield Drive, $59,900. Kennland Enterprises LLC to None LLC, commercial property, 870 Weatherwood Lane, $420,000. Hyde Park Estate of Mario Pezzana to Charlotte Bachman, 241 Railroad St., $59,900. Jeannette Cindy Shifflett to Nelson Mayer, 743 Dithridge St., $83,000. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Thomas Trout, 519 Lowry Ave., $47,250. Latrobe David Fagan et al. to Kristina McCallen, 307 Oak St., $75,000. Michael Lynch to George Yurt, 2012 Sloan Ave., $119,000. Charles Fillmore III to Centex Home Equity Co. LLC, 1927 Sylvan Ave., by sheriff’s deed $4,073. Centex Home Equity Co. LLC to Stephen and Eileen Smalley, 1927 Sylvan Ave., $41,900. Eileen Stoner to Scott Carroll, 35 Tacoma Ave., $135,000. Ligonier Estate of Anne Smetanka to Kathryn Demao, 320 E. Main St., $7,500. Ligonier Township Estate of Frances Love Drew Taylor to Catherine Love Drew, agricultural land, Two Mile Road, $272,500. Lower Burrell JP Morgan Chase Bank to Christopher Watkins, 3212 Vermont Drive, $80,000. Manor Patriot Corp. USA to Charles and Helga Hanna, 47 Barri Drive, $76,900. Helen McDowell et al. to Bruce and Maryann Hackley, 304 Sandy Hill Road, $102,500. Monessen Marietta Kowell to Andrew Kuvinka III and Jodi Kuvinka, 1100 Beechview Ave., $115,000. Harry O’Dell to Rick Hovanec, 1172 Dennis Ave., by sheriff’s deed $1,085 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $29,817). Lonnie Scott Jr. to Paul and Mary McBride, 617 Division St., $20,000. Edith Mae Gregg to Paul and Mary McBride, 17 McKee Ave., $16,500. Vincenzo Amendola to Susan Hallowell, 117 Pennsylvania Blvd., $50,000. Mount Pleasant Borough Christopher Kebberly to Justin Barron and Candace Secosky, 718 Park Ave., $106,594. Mount Pleasant Township Neil Brown et al. to Brian and Constance Nedrow, agricultural land, LR 64201, $71,500. James Pritsiolas to Joan Elizabeth Phillips, property, Main Street, $2,346. Gene Wisnewski to Lori Stoupis, 1580 Mt. Joy Road, $70,000. Estate of Catherine Lazor to Robert and Gertrude Yesho, RR 1 Box 259, $7,000. Murrysville Manjeet Ahluwalia to Brent and Patricia Ann Squires, 6964 Berkshire Drive, $264,000. Richard Lovelace to Tyrone Talley, 3456 Burnett Drive, $195,000. Margaret Gillespie to Patricia Vaccaro and Amy Holland, 5125 Cypress Drive, $241,000. Beverly Enterprises PA Inc. to GPH Murrysville LP, commercial property, 3300 Logan Ferry Road, $2,853,922. Arthur Klein to Robert and Mary Beck, 377 Nature Trail Lane, $160,000. Eric Bernstein to Keith and Gail Tetley, 6850 Stephanie Court, $328,000. Manor Development Group 2 to Roy Clark and Robin Grubs, Summit Court, $169,000. R. Lindsay Mundell to Matthew Haas and Jennifer Stockdale, 2867 Sunset Circle, $151,100. New Florence Charles Madison Pegg to Daniel Bogle and Darlene Hissem, mobile home site, 147 Sassafras St., by sheriff’s deed $2,025 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $61,976). New Kensington Luke Aaron Kephart to Kenneth Quigley, commercial property, 1663 Beamer Ave., $90,000. First Commonwealth Bank to Jeffrey and Heather Cox, 1407 Orchard Ave., $16,000. Robert Garrett to Pearlie Davidson, 172 Woodstone Lane, $96,500. North Huntingdon RWS Realty Holdings Inc. to Scott and Colleen Guldin, 12227 Carmichael Circle, $380,105. RWS Realty Holdings Inc. to Michael and Carol Hook, 12375 Carmichael Circle, $296,741. Gladys Steffey to Matthew Noll and Jessica Shaw, 10842 Martin Drive, $72,000. Lee Byrd to Justin Burns and Kiley Kuhns, 10979 Old Trail Road, $93,000. EMC Mortgage Corp. to East Haven Housing Development Co., 2295 Robert St., $107,000. Eastcoast Properties 1 LLC to Srinivasa Sambangi and Ramarao Badireddi, property, Turner Valley Road, $1,775. Matthew Kanczes to Tom Leeper, property, Valley View Drive, by sheriff’s deed $1,325 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $2,440). North Irwin Marie Gaskell to Thomas Gongaware, 52 Penn Ave., $56,000. Penn Township Kevin Gundlach to Mark and Margaret Jane Popovic, 21 Brooklane Drive, $150,000. Penn Pioneer Enterprises to Penn Pioneer Enterprises LLC, 2202 Church St., $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $28,499). Rostraver Wells Fargo Bank NA to Pricedale Union Church, 298-300 Bedsworth St., $34,900. Cedar Hills Development Inc. to DeFrank Development Inc., Cedar Drive, $43,000. William Boyd Jr. to Yer Keyes Developments LLC, 81 Collinwood Place, $87,000. Michael Slavick to Rick and Cynthia Shaner, 129 Manorview Lane, $162,000. Stonegate Development Inc. to Michael and Lois Slavick, Windsor Way, $40,000 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $273,036). Salem James O’Brien to Jeffrey and Cynthia Devlin, 123 Joseph Vito Drive, $296,000. Joseph Frescura to John Duranko Jr., mobile home site, 2932 State Route 119, $145,000. Scottdale Gregory Mark Pisula to Charles and Cherie Miller, 1110 Loucks Ave., $227,500. Smithton Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Mark and Lisa Williams, 214 Second St., $33,500. South Greensburg LaSalle Bank NA to Gregory Jackson, 1925 Highland Ave., $33,000. South Huntingdon JDQ LLC to Flying J Real Estate Enterprises Inc., commercial property, 122 Fitz Henry Road, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $4,167,563). Southwest Greensburg Shane Detore to Robert Richards, 723 Oakland Ave., $120,000. St. Clair Dennis Richard Peterson to Paragon Relocation Resources Inc., 1117 Walnut St., $81,500. Paragon Relocation Resources Inc. to Michael Porada, 1117 Walnut St., $81,500. Sutersville William Simmons Jr. to Terry and Darlene Crawford, commercial property, Second Street, $18,000. Trafford Sharon Henigan to Penn Pioneer Enterprises LLC, 731 1 ⁄ 2 Seventh St., $30,000. Trafford Borough to Louis Nigro trustee, property, Brinton Avenue, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $2,440). Victoria Bruno to Larry George Jr. and Sandra George, property, Cavitt Avenue, $11,250. Arthur Loutsenhizer to Arthur Loutsenhizer Jr. and Lisa Loutsenhizer, 251 E. Fairmont Ave., $100,000. Unity Paul Joseph Kerila to Jaison McKinney, 206 Allegheny Ave., $94,500. Kistler Development Co. to RA Snoznik Construction Inc., property, Autumn View Court, $78,755. Scott Carroll to Gerard and Misty Enos, 103 Carroll Lane, $249,000. Demill Development LLC to Blake Builders Inc., property, Chelsea Drive, $44,000. Demill Development LLC to John & Dennis Henry Construction Inc., property, Chelsea Drive, $44,000. Unity Land Management LLC to Dale and Velma Herman, property, Derekton Drive, $45,000. Deutsche Bank to Slawomir and Dorota Pyszkowski, 50 Dickens St., $19,000. George Koynok to Brian and Danielle Thompson, 119 Greenwalt St., $50,000. Frances O’Barto to George and Kim Camboni, 55 Howard St., $100,000. Bruno Ferrari Jr. to Ligonier Realty Co. LLC, 1607 Keats Lane, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $126,594). John Orzehowski to Judith Kuhns, 913 Lloyd Ave., $21,700. Stephen Thompson to Brian and Marney Diebold, 819 Mission Road, $189,900. Donald A Paulone Custom Built Homes Inc. to John Hall and Glenn Nitschke, 76 Quail Run, $300,585. Donald A Paulone Custom Built Homes Inc. to George Geroge and Marjorie Frisbie Burns, 90 Quail Run, $296,700. James Gallagher III to Lawrence and Wanda Yokopenic, property, T834, $6,250. Upper Burrell Westmoreland County Redevelopment Authorityto Westmoreland County Industrial Development, commercial property, Hunt Valley Drive, $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $325,838). Vandergrift John Sproull Jr. to Bremar Real Estate LP, 115 Longfellow St., $10,000. Stephen Potoka to Homecomings Financial Network Inc., 329 Longfellow St., by sheriff’s deed $1,341. West Newton Adam McMinn to Ronald Coughanour, property, Adams Street, $31,000. Youngwood Keith Burk to Joseph Keefe, 115 S. Fourth St., $54,000. Jeffrey Long to Within Reach Real Estate LLC, commercial property, 7 W. Fourth St., $100,000. Source: RealSTATS BULLETIN BOARD Church activities Rankin — The Pastor’s Aid of the Mount Olive Baptist Church, 330 Fourth St., is sponsoring a prayer luncheon at noon Saturday. Donation is $8. Call412-823- 6482 . Classes Penn Hills — The YMCA is sponsoring a six-week swimming class for children age 6 months to 12 years from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays beginning Saturdayat the Comfort Inn, 699 Rodi Road. The cost is $40, $30 for Y facility members. Call 412-795-2600. Monroeville — The Western Pennsylvania Hospital is sponsoring the following childbirth classes from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at its Forbes Regional campus, 2570 Haymaker Road. The cost is $100 a couple for the childbirth education series and $20 for the others, but free for those enrolled in the childbirth education series. Call 1-877-2842000. • Variations in Labor, Tuesday. • Delivery and Beyond, May 22. • Childbirth education series, four consecutive Thursdays beginning May 25. • Breast-feeding class, May 31. Clubs Murrysville — The Murrysville Garden Club is holding a plant sale from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow and Saturdayat Nicklas Supply, 4807 William Penn Highway. Club members are available to help with selections. Call 724-327-5474. Plum — The Plum Garden Club is sponsoring the following activities. Call 412-793-7413. • Mother’s Day plant sale, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, parking lot, Franci’s Tile & Carpet Co., 7926 Saltsburg Road. • Trip to visit garden in Penn Hills, Wednesday. Meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Clover Commons Community Center, 600 Cloverview Circle. Dances Salem — St. Sylvester Church, Route 819, is hosting a dinner and polka dance at 6:30 p.m. May 20. A Mass takes place at 5:30 and the Polka Quads of Steelton will provide live music from 8 to 11 p.m. The cost is $15 a person, and tickets must be bought in advance. Call 724-668-7394. Fund-raising Edgewood — Word of God Catholic School in Swissvale is sponsoring a silent auction and dinner from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Edgewood Club, 1 Penn wood Ave. The event includes cocktails, dinner, dancing, and a silent auction on items that include sports memorabilia, vacations, decorative objects and professional services. The cost is $25 a person, and space is limited. Call 412-371-8587. Hempfield — The Epilepsy Foundation of Western Pennsylvania is sponsoring its annual Westmoreland County Sports Dinner and Auction May 24 at Ferrante’s Lakeview, 6153 Lincoln Highway. Hors d’oeuvres are being served at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. and a live auction of sports memorabilia to follow. Tickets cost $75, and the deadline is May 19. Call 412-261-5880. Health Monroeville — Gateway School District is sponsoring a Make Time for Health workshop focusing on healthy meals and physical activity at 6:30 p.m. Mondayin the large group instruction room at Gateway Senior High School, 3000 Gateway Campus Blvd. The event is free, but space is limited. Call 412-373-5777. Libraries Plum — The Plum Borough Community Library, 445 Center New Texas Road, is hosting Scrabble sessions for adults from 7 to 8:30 p.m. todayand every second and fourth Thursday of the month. Registration is required, as space is limited. The following library-sponsored book clubs also are meeting: • PARC Book Club, “In the Lake of the Woods,” 7:30 p.m. next Thursday, Plum Senior Community Center, 499 Center New Texas Road. • Mystery Book Club, “The Cat Who Could Read Backwards,” 8 p.m. May 23, King’s Family Restaurant, 950 Presque Isle Drive. Call 412-798-7323. Meetings Wilkinsburg — The Wilkinsburg Historical Society is meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mondayin the Wesley Room at South Avenue United Methodist Church, 733 South Ave. Featured speaker is Robert Adamovich, whose topic is “Washington’s 1753 Journey to Fort LeBoeuf: Messenger or Spy?” Call 412-244-2941. Murrysville — Symphony East meets at 11 a.m. Mondayat Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church, 4600 Old William Penn Highway. Lunch takes place at noon, followed by a program featuring Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra bass clarinetist Richard Page, with special guests Yeeha Chiu, piano; and Lily Abreu, soprano. Reservations are required by today for the luncheon. Call 724-327-4295. Open house Braddock — The Woodland Hills School District is sponsoring the opening reception for its All-District Art Show from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrowat the former First Presbyterian Church, 416 Library St. The show runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sundayand May 20 and 21; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondaythrough next Thursday; and 5 to 8 p.m. next Thursday. Call 412-247-5371. Derry Township — Keystone State Park, 1150 Keystone Park Road, is sponsoring a Grand Opening celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday beginning at thebeach house. A ribbon-cutting ceremony involving local elected officials takes place at 11 a.m., and prizes are slated to be given away. Also available are a tour of the newbeach house, food concession and bath house facilities, as well as the park’s new cottages and yurts. Call 724-668- 2566. Hempfield — The Youngwood campus of Westmoreland County Community College, 400 Armbrust Road, is sponsoring the opening of an art exhibit consisting of an installation sculpture, “Culture Shock: Fear,” by fine arts student Zachary Coneybeer at 6 p.m. Sundayin Science Hall. The exhibit represents Mr. Coneybeer’s honors seminar project and runs through June 16. Call 724-925-4091. Recreation Unity — Unity Township Midget Football, including cheerleading, is holding registration from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. to noon June 17 and July 15. Call 724-539-2546 ext. 23. — Compiled by Rick Nowlin To include your event in the Bulletin Board, send details — description of activity, time(s), date(s), exact location and street address, cost and registration details, plus a contact person’s name and daytime telephone number with the area code — to Bulletin Board, PG East, 34 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh 15222. All information must be received two to three weeks before the publication date. SEWICKLEY TOWNSHIP Few attend meeting to discuss library’s tax referendum By Rebekah Scott Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sewickley Township may have “the best little library in Westmoreland,” but, by the middle of next week, referendum vote totals will show if the rural township’s 6,240 residents really care to keep it going. No one can deny the people who run the little library are a hardworking bunch. The eight- person board raises funds, volunteers, and on Tuesday night, opened up a much-advertised public forum at Yough High School, ready to explain why local taxpayers need to vote “yes” on a new tax levy to keep up the good work. Ten people showed up, making the board worry the referendum will fail just from disinterest. “It’s really frustrating,” said board President Barbara McMillan. “If this referendum doesn’t pass, we’ll lose the $15,000 we get from the state. We’ll probably become a branch of another library. We’ll have to cut our hours and drastically cut our programs.” That would mean an end to after-school tutoring, kiddie story hours and art lessons. The Senior Center Traveling Book Cart wouldroll no more. About 1,000 people visit the library each month, double the number of visitors counted two years ago. Mrs. McMillan credited changes in state funding that enabled the board to hire a dynamic new librarian, expand opening hours, buy new books, DVDs and CDs, and offer free Internet access at six library computers. But in order to meet standards that keep the money coming, the library must raise at least $5 per resident– that’s $31,500 per year. Many municipalities support their libraries through local taxes, but township supervisors refused to consider a levy, Mrs. McMillan said. So library supporters petitioned the people and put the funding question on the Sewickley Township primary ballot. The library is asking for a 0.85-mill tax increase, which should raise about $45,000 a year. The average home in the township is assessed at $15,000, so the new tax would average about $12. For the cost of the $12-a-year tax, the library gets to keep $15,000 of state tax money that would otherwise go to the library in North Huntingdon, Mrs. McMillan said. “That’s a tiny tax. Those who oppose this either don’t know how little we are asking, or they just oppose any tax of any kind,” she said. “So far, though, our opposition is faceless.” The problem is simple apathy, said Limerick Hill resident Mike Balog. “Of 2,900 households in this township, I cannot believe so few people are here for a community meeting. They all ought to be ashamed.” Rebekah Scott can be reached at rscott@post-gazette.com or 724-836-2655. HEMPFIELD AREA SCHOOLS Taxes may increase 1.5 mills By Kelly McKinney Administrators in the Hempfield Area School District have put together a $75 million preliminary budget balanced with a 1.5-mill property tax increase for the 2006-07 school year. But that proposed plan, unanimously approved by the school board this week, still is under review for ways to further reduce the millage increase, said Allison Willis, the district’s business manager. The spending blueprint represents a 4.1 percent increase over the 2005-06 budget, she said. If approved by the school board next month in its current form, the plan would bring the district’s total millage to 68.1 and require the owner of property assessed at $25,000 to pay an additional $37.50 in taxes next fiscal year. One mill generates about $865,000 for the school district. The increase is relatively small compared to tax increases levied by the district in recent years. But because 85 retiring schoolteachers will be replaced with less experienced, less expensive educators next school year, Hempfield will save some $1 million in payroll expenses alone, Ms. Willis said. Even so, the district is facing rising costs in other areas, such as transportation, charter school tuitions and debt service payments, she added. Hempfield Area is the largest school district in Westmoreland County, covering 95 square miles. It comprisesHempfield, Adamsburg, Hunker, Manor, New Stanton and Youngwood and serves about 6,600 students. Kelly McKinney is a freelance writer. WESTMORELAND Gateway No tax increase is anticipated for the 2006-07 Gateway School District budget. Next year’s budget is expected to be less than 3 percent above the current $58.2 million, and property taxes for Monroeville and Pitcairn residents will remain at 19.41 mills, according to Gateway Business Manager Paul Schott. The $59.8 million budget will be presented in preliminary form on Monday at the regular 7:30 p.m. school board study session. It will remain on public display in the district administrative offices on Gateway Campus Boulevardfor 30 days until a final board vote, expected at the June 19 board meeting. SCHOOL NEWS 89&#7%% -;"%%9- .: $'#2(";: *,#.#(/#7 50 C:6@%7,%7): 84;3(%:/43 ":3H$$#; G$1$&,> 87@FC EF//$D -,A$:&:31> B:F,/6 ,*35 "0<0 C:%7:/3, D/2) %'#6")+ <") 4/+ 4551 +? B;3 %3( $%10 &),/39 %: #A@- C:6@%7,%7):' 3)%7 "95/3=%11'%3( *4114=9 87))547: B4%( %143, :.) "11),.)3> B/<)76 -$),;>:F>,31 &3:0; F:$ FAF,/FG/$ F> >*$ *3;5,>F/9; 0F,1 :$H$5>,31 #$;.I3: HF// >*$ :FH$ ,1&3:0F>,31 /,1$ F> (4?+<%(+'4=26 2%# ,46# '. 31"2-&6#,/'$'#7+ 1*)(.),#7 50 BATTING CAGES TEAM RATES WILLOW GOLF RANGE 7838 SALTSBURGH RD PLUM BORO 412-793-9918 $ 99 GOLF LESSONS Covered & Heated Driving Range Golf Shop Miniature Golf Taking Reservations for Kids Birthday Parties! SP5-400 4 HOURS PROFESSIONAL

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