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Subseries 1. VHS Tapes, 1987-2009

Scope and Content Notes:

The VHS Tapes subseries is arranged chronologically and dates from 1987 to 2009, with additional undated material.


Box 72
Item 1 1987 primary election; Water & You; Tiger in Your Tank; Hardworking Women; Alaska Refuge of Refuse; DEP Municipal Refuse Regulations; Candidates night, 11/19/87; Monroeville landfill problems, 11/4/87
Item 2 Association of American Railroads, “David’s Run,” 1987
Item 3 Landfill public hearing and Gateway Auditorium; Citizen of the Year; Recycling- Watch Your Waste; Peacelinks, 2/3/88; Agriculture, 4/6/88
Item 4 African art; Chamber of Commerce- Muni Waste; Landfill- Monroeville’s #2 Problem, 6/7/88; The Ashland Oil Spill, 7/6/88; Landfill committee, 7/15/88
Item 5 Cronkite- Environment, 6/11/88
Item 6 Landfill committee meeting, 7/28/88; Marilyn Candler; Acid rain, 10/19/88; Hazmet, 11/10/88; Shoppers alert, 12/7/88
Item 7 Recycling, 1/4/89; Clean water, 2/1/89; Feeder transit system, 3/1/89; Candidates Night Gateway Auditorium, 4/6/89; Candidates Night Gateway Auditorium, 4/27/89
Item 8 Household waste, 5/3/89; Emergency in Monroeville, 6/14/89; Recycling (Gossett), 8/30/89; Clean air, 10/5/89; Kane Hospital, 11/15/89, 12/6/89; Monroeville Mayor Elect, 12/13/89
Item 9 New PAT fare structure, 1/2/90; Earth Day, 3/7/90; Pesticides, Earth Day, 3/7/90; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 8/15/90; Toxic Production, 9/12/90
Item 10 CBS Clean Air Bill; ABC Energy policy, 8/31/90; To Save the Planet, 10/7/90; Race to Save the Planet, 10/9/90
Item 11 Frontline rain forest, 9/19/90, 9/20/90, 9/21/90; Moyer global dumping, 10/2/90; Night Live lawn care, 5/10/91; Focus on Issues PAT: Alaska Wildlife Reserve, 3/6/96; Stakeholders, 9/11/96
Item 12 Gateway I & II, 10/27/90; Waste environment, 12/12/90; Waste environment, 1/2/91; Public transit: Your Import Investment, 1/2/91; Martin O’Malley, 2/6/91; Alcosan, 3/6/91; Crisis in Transit, 5/1/91; Crisis in transit, 5/29/91; Lawn care, 6/6/91; Citizen Action, Greenpeace, Clean Water Action
Item 13 “The Editors: Swep Davis,” 1991
Item 14 Hazardous waste incineration, 8/14/91; Hazardous waste II, 8/2/91; Pollution hotspots, 9/10/91; Candidates Night in Allegheny County, 10/10/91; Incineration in Germany, 11/13/91; Wetlands, 1/8/92; Transportation funding problems, 2/12/92; Incineration of hazardous waste, 3/4/92
Item 15 Candidates Night, 4/2/92
Item 16 Garden Grows, 4/8/92; CCC’s, 5/13/92; PAT Bargins, 6/10/92; Rio Summit, 7/8/92; PAT Budget cuts, 8/5/92
Item 17 Emissions Trading Conference, 12/8-9/92
Item 18 Environmental issues, 6/2/92; WQED Moyers listening to Americans, 6/2/92
Item 19 Race to Save the Planet, 10/10/92, 10/11/92; Smutty City, 8/26/92; Power Line, “Too Good to be True,” 9/2/92
Item 20 Landfill expansion impact on Monroeville, 10/7/92; Social issues, 12/10/92; Neville Island, 1/6/93; Judging the Judges, 3/10/93
Item 21 Focus on Issues, 5/12/93; Candidates Night, 5/93; Landfill ordinance hearing, 5/12/93
Item 22 NAFTA, 7/7/93; LEAD, 8/9/93; NAFTA, 10/13/93; PAT- McNeil and Brown; Yarnell, 1/5/94; BLAHA, 2/2/94; Dear or Deer, 8/10/94
Item 23 Focus on Issues: Mon Valley Express, 4/13/94; Inspection and Maintenance, 6/2/94; Mon Valley Express PRD, 8/16/94; Mon Fayette another view, 9/7/94; Fish and wildlife, Mon Valley Express, 10/12/94; Rick McLey, 11/2/94; Monroeville future, 12/7/94
Item 24 Annual Pittsburgh Chemical Day, Forum, “Responsible Care: Fact or Fiction?” 1993
Item 25 Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Planning Commission, “Choosing a Future,” 1993
Item 26 Center for Neighborhood Technology, “Transportation, Environmental Justice and Social Equality,” 11/16-18/94
Item 27 Credit Bureau counseling, 1/3/94; PAT service, 2/8/95; Amer. Chestnut, 5/10/95; Ozone on Editors, 6/23/95; Pittsburgh Zoo, 7/12/95; The Ozone Problem, 8/16/95; Medicare revisions, 9/3/95; Just Harvest, 11/15/95
Item 28 Just Harvest, 11/15/95; Pollution prevention, 12/95; The Editors- Clean the Air, 5/24/96; Paying for college education, 6/12/96; Monroeville Arts Festival, 1996; Hazardous waste incineration, 8/7/96
Item 29 Allegheny County/ City of Pittsburgh Task Force on Disabilities, “Small Differences,” 1995
Item 30 Petersen, 10/23/96; Pollution Controls: Mon-Fayette Panel, 4/1/96; Mon-Fayette Panel 2, 11/20/96; Benchmarks, 1/15/97; Clean Air, 2/12/97; Urban development problems, 3/19/97; Bird feeders, 4/23/97; Candidate (Mayor), 5/14/97
Item 31 The Editors, 7/16/96
Item 32 CATS Council of Mayors, “Let’s Clear the Air,” 1996
Item 33 Environmental Information Center, Clean Air Trust, “Can’t Breathe,” 1/16/97
Item 34 New distribution system, 6/3/97; electric utilities, Part 1, 7/10/97, Part 2; Auctions, 8/13/97; Electric deregulation- David Hughes, 9/24/97; Mayoral night, 10/7/97; BBB, 12/9/97; Mayor Logan, 3/4/98; Link, 3/18
Item 35 “Divided Highway: Pennsylvania Turnpike,” 10/22/97
Item 36 Home Rule Charter, 4/29/98; PM10, 6/20/98; 911, 7/22/98; Electricity (Hughes), 8/19/98; Hearing- Urban sprawl, 9/23/98; Urban Sprawl Part 2, 10/20/98
Item 37 Center for Transportation and the Environment, “Wildlife Ecology and Transportation,” 11/17/98
Item 38 Autism-Toresky, 1/19/99; Sprawl- Revitalizing, 2/17/99; Community Food Bank, 3/3/99; Larry Bowen PAT, 4/16/99; Ozone, 5/18/99; Library, 6/1/99; Duquesne- “Right-O-Way,” 7/1/99; Slagmount, 8/12/99
Item 39 Council- Timbering Proposal, 6/8/99
Item 40 Dan Hughes, Energy Co-ops, 9/29/99; Y2K, 11/30/99; Recycling, 11/4/99; Duquesne Light, 2/9/00; Storm-waste Water Management, 3/7/00
Item 41 Center for Transportation and the Environment, “Thinking Beyond NEPA: Buidling Better Projects Through Community Involvement,” 5/31/00
Item 42 Logging, 5/17/00; Antiques, 9/21/00; Phyllis Armstrong, 12/27/00; Mon-Fayette, 11/9/00
Item 43 Center for Transportation and the Environment, “2001 TRB Annual Meeting, Demonstration Session on State-of-the-Art Public Involvement Techniques,” 3/01
Item 44 Turnpike funding, 2/13/03
Item 45 Longwall mining, 8/20/03; Amnesty International, 9/24/03; LWV Comm. on Clean Elections, 10/22/03; Marilyn unnecessary way, 12/3/03; Water scarcity problem, 1/14/04; Household hazardous waste, 2/4/04
Item 46 NAFTA Reviewed, 3/10/04; Susan Parker, 4/21/04; STU Strickland, 5/12/04; GAP diesel pollution, 7/14/04
Item 47 Neville Island Good Neighbor Committee Meeting, 7/15/04
Item 48 Candidates Forum Part 1, 8/11/04, Part 2, 9/15/04; Transit funding/mining, 10/13/04; National forests, 11/23/04

Box 73
Item 1 WalMart/Marilyn, 8/9/05; Transit, 9/19/05; Maglev, 10/25/05; Van pooling, 1/10/06
Item 2 Land use, 1/27/05; Mon-Fayette Panel, 2/15/05; Voyager program, 7/6/05; WalMart, 7/12/05
Item 3 Billboards, 2/8/06; Great Outdoors West, 3/15/06; Meals on Wheels, 5/24/06
Item 4 Alaskan Wilderness League, 6/21/06; American Lung Association, 7/18/06; Mon-Fayette wake, 8/9/06; Transit funding, 10/24/06; New chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, 1/17/06
Item 5 Merton House, 2/20/07; Diesel reduction, 4/12/07; Green building, 10/9/07; Dave McGuill, 5/20/07; Home insulation, 7/10/07; Transit funding, 8/21/07
Item 6 Alcasan, 11/14/07; 12/13/07; Turtle Creek watershed, 12/6/08
Item 7 Candidates night, 3/12/08; Rendell Part 1, 5/17/08, Part 2 and 3, 8/6/08
Item 8 Library, 12/15/09; O’Donnel interview, 10/15/08; Water, 4/10; Candidate night, 4/21/09; Sustain Monroeville, 5/25/09; Clean Water Action, 6/30/09
Item 9 Bill Moyers Report, “Trading Democracy,” undated
Item 10 Center for Transportation and the Environment, “Examining the Planning and Environmental Provisions of the Next ISTEA,” undated
Item 11 Department of Transportation, “Transportation Options… The Choice is Yours,” undated
Item 12 EPP Project Course, “Issues in Bulk Mail: First Presentation,” undated
Item 13 Focus, Billy Dillon, Schauley, undated
Item 14 Hazelwood coke oven incident, undated
Item 15 “Hometown Hunger,” undated
Item 16 IFC Incorporated, “Meeting the Public, Version II,” undated
Item 17 “Laid to Waste: A Chester Neighborhood Fights for Its Future,” undated
Item 18 Poster Project for a Sustainable U.S. Environment, “Immigration by the Numbers,” undated
Item 19 “Right in Our Own Backyards,” undated
Item 20 "The Role of Transit in Creating Livable Metropolitan Communities,” undated
Item 21 “Save Our Land, Save Our Towns,” undated
Item 22 Skolnick Mon-Fayette, undated
Item 23 Surface Transportation Policy Project, “Getting There,” undated
Item 24 University of California Transportation Center, “Boulevards: Good Streets for Good Cities,” undated
Item 25 University of California Transportation Center, “Clean Air Alternatives”, undated
Item 26 Untitled, undated