Last week, Murrysville held a public hearing on the five-year plan, which does not require a tax increase.
The resignation of Steve Feller, who is taking a job at a nonprofit, takes effect Oct. 15.
Commissioners previously approved combining two vacant lots into one but could not agree with the developer on the details.
Current and former council members spoke Tuesday of their experiences under the chief executive-council form of government.
Mayor Michael Nutter, a DJ before he entered politics, is the top draw for Allegheny County’s annual Candidates Comedy Night.
The spring fixture takes its name from presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, champions of the common man — but also slaveholders.
The unanimous vote clears the way for an 8,419-square-foot Shia Muslim worship center at 351 Old Haymaker Road.
First-year Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay is still at work on overhauling a violence prevention initiative the city began in 2008.
Council created a storm water authority, responsible for collecting the fee and using proceeds for improvement projects.
“The best thing that Pittsburgh can do is to emulate Elsie’s heart,” said Esther Bush, president and CEO of the local Urban League.
Hillman, who had been a nurturing force in a party that increasingly grew away from her, died Tuesday.