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File #: 2019-1538    Version:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed Finally
File created: 4/2/2019 In control: Committee on Public Works
On agenda: 5/1/2019 Final action: 4/30/2019
Enactment date: 4/30/2019 Enactment #: 294
Effective date: 5/8/2019    
Title: Resolution amending Resolution number 827 of 2015, entitled "Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to create a Veteran Banner Program to waive or reduce certain fees per Section 416.02 of the Pittsburgh Code to hang banners approved by the Director of Public Works at specific approved locations in City of Pittsburgh" by removing the approval of the art commission and changing the authorizing department from DPW to DOMI.
Sponsors: Deborah L. Gross, Darlene M. Harris, Theresa Kail-Smith, Anthony Coghill
Indexes: MISCELLANEOUS, PGH. CODE ORDINANCES TITLE 04 - PUBLIC PLACES
Title
Resolution amending Resolution number 827 of 2015, entitled "Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to create a Veteran Banner Program to waive or reduce certain fees per Section 416.02 of the Pittsburgh Code to hang banners approved by the Director of Public Works at specific approved locations in City of Pittsburgh" by removing the approval of the art commission and changing the authorizing department from DPW to DOMI.

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Be it resolved that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh hereby enact as follows:

Section 1. Resolution number 827 of 2015, entitled "authorizing the Director of Public Works to create a Veteran Banner Program to waive or reduce certain fees per Section 416.02 of the Pittsburgh Code to hang banners approved by the Director of Public Works at specific approved locations in City of Pittsburgh" is hereby amended and updated as follows:

Section 2. The City of Pittsburgh shall create a Veteran Banner program whereby veterans of the United States armed services may have banners dedicated to them and displayed on publicly owned facilities or light poles in neighborhood business districts. The banners shall be the property of the City of Pittsburgh and shall be displayed at the City's direction.

Section 3. For each neighborhood business district where a banner is to be displayed, a community organization that services or represents an area where the business district is located or the Councilmember(s) who represents the area where the banners are to be displayed must formally request for the banners to be displayed in writing to the Director of Public Works the Department of Mobility & Infrastructure before any banners may be displayed.

Section 4. Only veterans who are current residents of the City or were residents of the City during their period of service, and were honorably discharged from their military service may have a City of Pittsburgh banner dedicated to them.

Section 5. Any and all proceeds from printing o...

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