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Blight Removal continues in Charleroi, PA
Charleroi, PA, September 17th, 2019 –The Mon Valley Alliance (MVA), owner of the blighted Coyle building in Charleroi, PA, rejected two offers to purchase the property for lack of funding and no evidence to support the ability to renovate or restore the structure, among other items.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania invests $1M in Economic Development in the Mon Valley
Bentleyville, PA, August 2nd, 2019 – Governor Tom Wolf’s office announced today that the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program awarded $1 million in state funds to build a new industrial building in Alta Vista Business Park, located in Fallowfield Township, PA.
Coyle Site to be prepared for new development
Charleroi, PA, July 25th, 2019 –The Mon Valley Alliance (MVA), owner of the blighted Coyle building in Charleroi, PA, has announced plans to demolish the structure and prepare the site for new development, according to Ben Brown, it’s CEO.
Mon Valley Alliance elects three to serve on Board
Charleroi, PA, December 19, 2016 – The Mon Valley Alliance (MVA) announced today the election of additional community leaders, filling three of the final five positions of its fifteen-member Board of Directors.
Mon Valley Alliance recommended for Local Share Account award
Charleroi, PA, December 15, 2016 – The Mon Valley Alliance (MVA) announced today that the Local Share Account Review Board has recommended an award of $252,000 to support the Charleroi Renaissance Phase 1 project, which would demolish the former Charleroi Football Stadium and prepare the site for a riverfront park.
Four New Community Development Funds to aid Mon Valley Alliance in its efforts to improve Valley
Charleroi, PA, January 21, 2016 – The Mon Valley Alliance (MVA), when it was formed this year, made it its mission to be more involved in the communities it serves and to support shorter term community projects that improve the quality of life for residents and attract new people to the region.