Registered voters living in the North Hills who have not returned a mail-in ballot for the June 2 primary will be limited to one polling location for the municipality in which they live, according to Allegheny County election officials.
Officials are urging residents to strictly adhere to the governor’s stay-at-home order as covid-19 spreads to Allegheny County suburbs including the North Hills, where the number of cases jumped more than 22% in one day.
Officials in several North Hills municipalities have decided to proceed with public voting meetings with some restrictions to reduce the chances of spreading the coronavirus while others are taking a more cautious tact by canceling the gatherings altogether.
The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring people in the North Hills to help with the massive job of counting the nation’s population this spring and summer.The part-time temporary positions pay $23.50 an hour and involve door-to-door canvasing of residents who did not respond to the Census survey before the end of April.
The inbound lanes of Route 28 fully reopened just before rush hour Thursday morning after they were shut down when a tractor-trailer struck a barrier near the Millvale exit and began leaking fuel onto the roadway, according to authorities.