Deadline of April 1 set to collect money Pittsburgh owes to 900 people

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The city of Pittsburgh owes unclaimed money to 900 people and businesses in amounts from $1 to $26,000 and has placed a deadline of April 1 to collect.

After that date, the city will give the money to the state of Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh City Council President Darlene Harris, a candidate for mayor, said people whose names appear on the list can call her office at 412-255-2135 to check whether the money belongs them or to people with identical or similar names.

According to Ms. Harris' office, to collect the money people must supply identification.

A few of the names aren't names at all, but rather things like "Chapter 13 Trustee." Others are businesses such as Morton's The Steakhouse and Spitzer Autoworld Monroeville LLC.

Listed alphabetically, the names begin with a Curtis W. Abbott and end with a David Zuloaga.

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Jacob Quinn Sanders: jsanders@post-gazette.com.


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