Residents can meet with Pittsburgh mayor Downtown Tuesday
June 5, 2014 11:36 PM
Mayor Bill Peduto addresses Hilltop residents during his "Mayor's Night Out," at the Warrington community recreation center, Beltzhoover, in April.
Residents can air their concerns with Mayor Bill Peduto and his staff Tuesday night at the City-County Building, Downtown, for the latest “Mayor’s Night In.”
The meeting is intended to give Mr. Peduto, a former city councilman elected last year, and his staff the chance to hear and act on ideas and concerns. It’s the second time the event has been held at the City-County Building and follows “Mayor’s Night Out” meetings in several city neighborhoods.
“Holding the sessions reflects the mayor’s efforts to instill transparency and accountability into city government and follow such moves as making his daily schedule public, hiring top officials through the public Talent City process, creating a community affairs team that meets nightly with neighborhood groups and creating a Bureau of Neighborhood Empowerment to focus strictly on struggling communities,” the mayor’s office said in a news release.
The meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. in the mayor’s office on the fifth floor of the City-County Building, 414 Grant St.
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