Crawford Village , Harrison Village
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Good One

Mckeesport, PA

#81 Jun 15, 2010
Troublemaker wrote:
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Logan's got a state job already. Can't imagine he'd settle for anything less than D.C.
Sean has a young family and would like to spend more time at home. The position of Allegheny County Exec is the third highest political office in PA after Governor and Mayor of Philly. I know that I'd vote for Sean over Brewster again. His office provides incredible service while Brewster's is dreadful.
jlove

AOL

#82 Jul 21, 2010
ghetto millionaire=pot
wwest=kettle

"Why don't you learn how to spell A-HOLE !! You must of went to Vocational High School...LOL!! Did you graduate?????"

Ghetto Millionaire (embarrasing name, especially for an adult, which I imagine you are since you called it Vocational High School and they haven't called it that for at least 15 years)...

You must HAVE gone there too because your grammar is poor. "You must OF went?" Who taught YOU English?
ladylove

Philadelphia, PA

#83 Jan 24, 2011
Well i live in crawford village
Gtr

New Kensington, PA

#84 Jan 24, 2011
Good One wrote:
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Sean has a young family and would like to spend more time at home. The position of Allegheny County Exec is the third highest political office in PA after Governor and Mayor of Philly. I know that I'd vote for Sean over Brewster again. His office provides incredible service while Brewster's is dreadful.
Now what quality of service will anyone receive?

Glenn Rioux
Gtr

Pittsburgh, PA

#85 Jan 25, 2011
Ladylove, do know anything about a body found dead yesterday at Crawford Village?

Glenn Rioux
SMcM

North Versailles, PA

#86 Feb 10, 2011
Hello All,
I was just advised about Harrison Village. I do a lot of research before I dive into anything. I am truly sickened to my stomach at how some of you are acting. A lot of you have made good points...there are quite a few people out there whom live off the government and it is sickening. Nothing but freeloaders...but a lot of you are being stereotypical. You don't know these people or their situations...PERIOD! I myself do have two children but actually me and my boyfriend (father of my children) just bought a house in friendship...I'm living at home and need to get out of here...at the same time need to get my own place and cannot afford to pay high rent...afterall subsidzed housing is made for people like me. Do i plan on staying in H Village...NO! But like a previous post...stepping stone...Those of you arguing back and forth...tsk tsk tsk...damn shame. Bottom line don't judge these places as a whole for that little bunch...cause you don't know these people nor their situations.
Toi Washington

Pittsburgh, PA

#87 Mar 17, 2011
I must say that I am applaud to hear such ignorance in some of these earlier statements. I am one that needed the Mckeesport Housing Authority at a very crucial point in my life.
I have lived in both Harrison and Crawford and Its a shame of the condition that Crawford Village is in. How did we get there? Is it a community issue where the people that have made it through are are not coming back to mentor our younger generations?
We all should reach out and give people words of encouragement and hope. It was this same community that brought me through the toughest times in my life and I am very thankful of all that touched my life. Every oppurtunity I have I always stop to spread words of hope.
Bryan

Poquoson, VA

#88 Dec 21, 2011
Though many of us are painting this particular area with a very broad brush, it must be said that these opinions have been bred and fostered by the individual's that reside in this establishment. Yes people do fall upon hard times. I myself took advantage of 1 month of assistance from ICAP in Indiana county, and in the first week I had already procured 2 jobs (alternating shifts) and was on my to self reliance. I never thought I would have been in that situation, but it happened. The problem that needs to be addressed on this particular thread is rooted in a social deficiency. Legislation cannot fix social issues, it's been tried (Prohibition) and it usually fails. End the infinite handouts, bolster community involvement, and attempt to socially rebuild the work ethic our region is famous for.
Crawford67

San Francisco, CA

#89 Jun 12, 2013
Only remember fireflies, garbage can lid for snow. Dad just got steel mill job out of Vietnam. Was their 1.5 years. Dad said hell with this and returned to war was better than staying and knowing if you stay you'll die. Better luck in war. When you're 8 it all looks the same and people feel good but then politics and reality rears it's head. You must move on as we did. Anything is better than stuck.
Patty P

West Mifflin, PA

#90 Jun 12, 2013
try giving out hand jobs it pays good money

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