8th District Republican Committee - Pittsburgh

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The 8th District Republican Committee represents voters in Shadyside and adjacent neighborhoods in Squirrel Hill, Oakland, Point Breeze, and Bloomfield. Roughly 27,000 voters live in the 8th City Council District. Within this area are 38 election districts, each of which has two elected or appointed Republican Committee Members, normally one man and one woman.

We generally meet the second week of the month at 7:00 pm at The Coffee Tree on Walnut Street. See details on our Club Calendar.

If you would like to know more about us, please contact one of our officers about attending our next monthly meeting.

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Problem Bars

I beleave we have another problem bar here in Beechview. The Bedrock Cafe Inc. Located on Hampshire Blvd. I have seen drug sales at the bar and the employees are a part of the problem. The last few... more
Started: April 3rd 2005Replies: 1

Growing concern in bloomfield

In the neighborhood of Bloomfield where I have lived all my life, it is slowly deteriorating. This is mainly because of the section 8 housing in the area. Landlords are renting out to section 8 in the... more
Started: May 15th 2007Replies: 1

www.shadysideaction.org

www.shadysideaction.org is the correct website for the Shadyside Action Coalition. more
Started: July 30th 2005Replies: 0
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