MOUNT OLIVER, Pa. - Mount Oliver residents and community leaders are working to beautify the neighborhood and ensure homes and buildings are up to code.
Starting Wednesday night, a new property stabilization committee will meet monthly to discuss the efforts to create a safer and more welcoming neighborhood.
As part of the new endeavor, a code enforcement officer will work with property owners to solve problems -- helping them comply with regulations as well as trying to determine why compliance is an issue.
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