Commissioners approved a lot line revision Nov. 6 for the transfer of property from the LaQuinta Inn -- formerly Holiday Inn -- to St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church on Siebert Road.
Margaret Kirchner, parish manager, said the hotel is giving them the triangular piece of property, which is 100 feet by 300 feet. It will be used for an access driveway on church property.
In other action, commissioners approved a subdivision request from Michael and Sandra Flynn. The Flynns want to consolidate two lots into one on Babcock Boulevard.
The Village Theater Company, a community-based group with the goal of sponsoring two full-length musicals per year, with plays and other events added periodically, has accepted these individuals to its board of directors:
John Douglas Florey, executive director of Laughlin Children's Center, a nonprofit in Sewickley that provides educational support to more than 1,400 children and families throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. Mr. Florey also founded and convenes the Sewickley Non-Profit Consortium, a group of local nonprofit leaders who share resources, discuss issues and collaborate on projects of joint interest.
Nick Mross is a film director and editor who has been involved in the Pittsburgh film industry since graduating from the Toronto Film School in 2008. He has background with Web and corporate videos, commercial work, short and feature films, as well as charity and nonprofit projects.
Helena Vanhala, an associate professor of Media Arts and the director of the Center for Global Engagement at Robert Morris University, who serves as the chair of the International Division of the Broadcast Education Association. She will be involved in forming and maintaining a partnership with Robert Morris.
Total funding for the theater project has exceeded $1.2 million with a show of support from more than 400 community members.