SERVICE MESSAGE FROM RITE AID Last years flu season peaked early and hit hard. Everyone should be immunized to prevent the flu and many of it's complications. Stop in and ask any of our pharmacists about getting immunized. The shot is covered by many insurance plans. Get your shot before the flu gets you. Coraopolis Community Development - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The CCDF is now managing the operations of the Salvation Army Coraopolis Service Unit and THEY NEED YOUR HELP. Want to get involved and make a difference in your community. Here's your chance! We serve all residents within the 15108 zip code, providing emergency aid for your neighbors in need. There are a number of ways that you can help us help others, and no amount of time is too little! Please call 412-436-0349, opt. "salvation army".
NEW WEB TOOL ALLOWS PENNSYLVANIANS TO CHECK STATUS OF PROPERTY TAX/RENT REBATES
Eligible older adults and residents with disabilities can now check the status of Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications on line at www.papropertytaxrelief.com
"Our committment to property tax relief is unwavering, and this new Web Tool enhances customer service for the older adults and people with disabilities who rely on these annual checks," Governor Edward G. REndell said, introducing the new tool in late April. Six weeks after submitting a Property Tax/Rent Rebate application, the applicant may visit www.papropertytaxrelief.com and check the status of the rebate be entering his/her Social Security number, anticipated rebate amount and birth date. Applicants may use the Web site to comfirm claim status, rebate amount and the date a rebate is expected to be mailed or direct deposited. Rebate checks will begin being distributed to early applicants on July 1.
Through a similar automated phone service, Property Tax/Rent Rebate applicants can check rebate status by calling, toll free, 1-800-PATAXES
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE STARTING TIME FOR THE WORKSHOP MEETINGS AND THE REGULAR MEETINGS FOR THE BOROUGH OF CORAOPOLIS HAVE BEEN CHANGED FROM 6:30PM TO 7:00PM. THIS TIME CHANGE WILL COMMENCE BEGINNING WITH THE JANUARY 11, 2012 REGULAR MEETING AND THE FEBRUARY 1, 2012 WORKSHOP MEETING.
ATTENTION ALLEGHENY COUNTY RESIDENTS The Allegheny County Health Department has launched a program offering FREE curbside pick-up and recycling of refrigerant-containing appliances which are no longer in use and need to be discarded. This limited time offer includes refirgerators, air conditioners, dehumidigiers, water coolers, and freezers. NO COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES PLEASE! To schedule your free pick-up call the Appliance Wharehouse at 1-888-463-7366.