How to move a cherry house in Pittsburgh

Moving a house in a town can be a real headache, but it can also be a lot of fun, according to a new guide to the process.

The guide, from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, provides the latest information on how to move and keep the homes in the state, including what to expect from moving houses.

The guide is part of the state’s push to create a safer, more accessible and more livable home.

The new guide provides information on moving a house, as well as how to choose the best place to live, and how to ensure your family’s health and well-being.

The updated guide is available online and in print form.

The Department of Public Transportation and its partners have been working with transportation officials in the region for years to make it easier for people to get to work, school and other essential activities.

The department said the guide will help people plan and prepare for moving, and it will also serve as a resource to residents to assist them in the process of moving.

The state’s Office of Emergency Management has been using the guide to make the process easier for families moving.

The department will also be working with local authorities and the state Department of Community Affairs to help make the move more accessible.

The list of recommended options in the guide includes moving a family to a more rural location, moving a home in a rural area or to a house with a lot more open space, and moving a household in a small town.

The guidelines also provide tips on how the department should handle issues related to moving, including how to make sure the home has access to running water, and whether or not you should consider buying a trailer for the house to move into.

“Moving can be challenging and time-consuming, and there are many factors that go into moving,” the department said in a statement.

“The new guidance offers practical information and guidance that can help you plan your move and get the most out of your time and resources.”

The department also said the updated guide will be available online at http://www.dpnt.com/pittsburgh-guide.