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The budget is scheduled to be presented to City Council in the second week of November.
Pittsburgh can expect up to $7 million a year in new revenue from parking meters.
Contingent of restaurant owners reiterate their disapproval of the countywide grading plan.
Cosette Grant-Overton resigned Monday after she was confronted with information that she hadn’t fulfilled the city’s residency requirement.
A $100,000 payment was approved to settle a lawsuit brought by a victim of Adam Skweres, a former city police officer.
It would be hard to build a privately funded, full-service hotel near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, a professor from Texas said.
Darlene Harris’ legislation would provide $500 a year per animal for feeding costs and allocate money for veterinary care.
For the third year in a row, the budget isn’t expected to require an increase in the county property tax.
Problems persist with Mayor Bill Peduto’s signature campaign finance law, more than a year after a judge urged a rewrite.
The county sales tax fund is 5.2 percent ahead of where it was this time last year, a boost RAD officials have attributed to auto sales.
As it prepares for its third meeting, the task force is still developing goals.
County Council will soon consider new open burning regulations from the Allegheny County Health Department.
Who will control the Pennsylvania Senate come 2015 -- the Republicans who hold the majority now or Democrats?
The mayor and his staff have said discussions have focused on a new agreement structured more along the lines of the Pittsburgh Promise.
Consol Energy has offered $2.2 million for mineral rights at the airport but plans no drilling anytime soon.
Councilwoman Darlene Harris blasted Mayor Bill Peduto for blaming the past administration for “everything that's wrong with the city.”
In two weeks, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald presents his proposed county budget, which he said will not include a tax increase.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
The proposed budget includes a 0.5-mill real estate tax increase that would generate an additional $8 million.
Mayor Bill Peduto was mum on the details, but he called the new spending plan “truth in budgeting.”