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When the police give you an order, you might want to consider not only your rights, but also certain realities.
County Controller Wagner and the Peduto administration argue over VisitPittsburgh’s contribution to the mayor’s “Undercover Boss”promise.
Western Westmoreland Municipal Authority wants to build a tank to hold excess rainwater and sewage for treatment.
The proposed setback requirements are a source of consternation for residents who say they are worried about environmental and health risks.
The four-year contract includes yearly pay raises for officers.
The mayor has gotten positive reviews, but his management of police has been his biggest shortcoming, observers say.
In this close-knit township 50 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, everybody knows everybody, and everybody knows Brian Tanner.
Mr. Peduto characterized his first year as an exercise in transforming city hall, from its leaders to its budgets, bureaus and authorities.
Allegheny County candidates pay fees to be considered for endorsement, and for costs to print and distribute slate cards.
Ms. Harris, who has said that she will run for re-election, has been a vociferous critic of Mayor Bill Peduto.
At a public hearing last week, more than 10 residents spoke against the proposed billboards.
Manager Mo Rayan has been given the authority to settle a suit filed by two code enforcement officers who were fired over residency rules.
Chelsa Wagner said her office discovered the overpayment in its audit of county vehicles and said it was due in part to poor record-keeping.
Heather Heidelbaugh, a Republican from Mt. Lebanon, had said last month that she planned to run again for her at-large seat.
The comments came a week after Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay was pictured holding a sign that raised the ire of the police union.
Some residents are asking that a portion of the surplus be used to expand the code enforcement department.
Council has agreed to strengthen language on oil and gas drilling in its 10-year comprehensive plan to reflect an emphasis on public health.
News and other happenings throughout the south communities.
Mr. Lloyd, who was borough mayor from 1993 through 2013 and a council member for 18 years before that, died Dec. 20 at age 82.
Mr. Skrinjar, who was working as assistant director of senior programs in the parks department, said his departure was "not a retirement"
Michael Lamb, who has been Pittsburgh’s controller since 2008, said his goal is a more transparent city government.
Initially, CBS said the show would air in March, leading the mayor to believe he would have months to arrange the financial agreements.
Natalia Rudiak’s legislation would extend six weeks of full paid family leave to city employees who have a child.
Mayor Peduto defends Chief McLay for posing with anti-racism sign for photograph taken and circulated on social media by activists.
Council will vote on the $51.7 million budget at 3 p.m. today. The proposal contains a $6.3 million surplus.
The judge has been the subject of complaints by local lawyers, some of whom have accused her of wrongdoing.
County council to lose it oldest member after a 2015 election that promises only modest turnover in other races.
County Controller Chelsa Wagner contends her office should review the city-county entity, but her efforts have been rebuffed.