Chuck Martin/News Demolition materials from the former BJ’s Pub were moved from the demolition site on Columbus Road last week and dumped at a location of Ariel-Foundation Park owned by the Foundation Park Conservancy. The waste must be hauled to a landfill permitted to accept demolition waste.

Chuck Martin/News Demolition materials from the former BJ’s Pub were moved from the demolition site on Columbus Road last week and dumped at a location of Ariel-Foundation Park owned by the Foundation Park Conservancy. The waste must be hauled to a landfill permitted to accept demolition waste. Buy Now

 

 

 

MOUNT VERNON — The Foundation Park Conservancy will be moving demolition debris that was dumped on the old Pittsburgh Plate Glass property last week. A bulldozer was seen on Thursday, Feb. 13, leveling the material after it was unloaded by dump trucks.

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