Public meetings on search to begin June 26; Online input launches through Mindmixer
PITTSBURGH, PA (June 11, 2014) – Mayor William Peduto and acting Public Safety Director Stephen A. Bucar today announced the upcoming public phases of the city’s search for a new Pittsburgh Police chief, including six public meetings and a site for online remarks.
PITTSBURGH, PA – (June 4, 2014) Next Tuesday evening Mayor William Peduto and his top staff will meet personally with residents at the City-County Building to hear — and act upon — their ideas and concerns about city issues.
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A BioBlitz is a biological survey conducted over a short period of time (usually 24 hours or less) where an attempt is made to record every living species in a designated area. The first BioBlitz occurred at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, Washington D.C. in 1996–approximately 1,000 species were identified at that event. BioBlitzes are often held in urban parks to allow for as much public participation as possible and to encourage the public’s interest in biodiversity.
Fairmont Pittsburgh to host reception for couples following June 15 ceremony at Triangle Park
PITTSBURGH, PA (May 27, 2014) – Mayor William Peduto announced today that he will officiate a group marriage ceremony in mid-June for LGBT couples given marriage rights by a federal court decision last week.
PITTSBURGH, PA – (May 26, 2014) This Thursday evening Mayor William Peduto and his top staff will meet personally with residents at Riverview United Presbyterian Church in Perry North to hear — and act upon — their ideas and concerns about city issues.
For 32 years, the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh has honored Pittsburgh women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership. The awards specifically recognize women who embody the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh’s commitment to eliminate racism and empower women. This year’s awards luncheon will be held on Thursday, May 29 from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Westin Hotel.
On Thursday, June 5, the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center will hold a job fair from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Last year, over 1,300 job seekers attended this event. This year there are 70 plus employers participating. They include banks, training programs, retail, healthcare, social services, food service, labor jobs, and more — many with immediate openings.
Many of you read with concern reports in the media that have been perceived by some as an attack on city workers. Nothing could be further from the truth. Despite that, I am responsible for my words and if anything I have said has been perceived as a personal attack, I apologize, and I will work to be more careful with my remarks in the future.
More than 2,000 volunteers fuel effort citywide
PITTSBURGH, PA. – Mayor William Peduto announced today that the city’s volunteer litter initiative has been renamed “Beautify Our ‘Burgh” and will receive new signage.