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Edwards & Sons Incorporated AG
2100 Georgetown Dr, Sewickley, PA 15143
This company provides securities and commodities brokerage, investment banking, trust services, asset management,More financial and retirement planning, insurance products and other financial services to individuals, corporations, governments, municipalities and institutions. In 2007, Edwards became a subsidiary of Wachovia Corporation, which is now operated by the Wells Fargo Company.
The Chartwell Law Offices
409 Broad Street, Suite 250, Sewickley, PA 15143
The Chartwell Law Offices is a law firm with 11 locations across the country. The firm specializes in commercialMore litigation, insurance defense, employment law, construction litigation, property insurance, government claims, real estate law, title litigation and medical malpractice.
Sewickley Borough Water Authority
601 Thorn St, Sewickley, PA 15143
The Sewickley Water Authority serves Sewickley, Glen Osborne, Haysville, Sewickley Heights, as wellMore as customers in Edgeworth, Bell Acres and Aleppo Township. The water authority, on the second floor of the Sewickley municipal building, is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the Sewickley Council.
Aleppo Township
100 North Ave, Sewickley, PA 15143
Covering approximately 1.63 square miles, Aleppo Township has a mix of housing styles and a small-town feel. Located 10More miles northwest of Pittsburgh, Aleppo's hilly and wooded topography sits in close proximity to Interstate 79 and Ohio River Blvd., providing residents convenient access to the city and surrounding communities. The township is governed by a five-member board of commissioners, all of whom are elected officials.
Lindy Paving
109 Nicholson Rd, Sewickley, PA 15143
Headquartered in New Castle, Lindy Paving is an asphalt paving contractor and manufacturer. The company operates fourMore asphalt plants, in Pittsburgh, Monaca and Neville Island and can produce any mix design for commercial, municipal or state projects and sales to independent contractors. Lindy's clients are state and city governments and building contractors. Though home builders may use its products, individual residents can't call them to come and pave their driveway.
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