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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/31/2018 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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2018-0766 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby commend Madison Johnson for her dedication to excellence and congratulate her on her recent championship win; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby declare July 31st, 2018 to be “Madison Johnson Day” in the City of Pittsburgh.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0767 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh recognizes the need to reduce spending on nuclear weapons to the minimum necessary to assure the safety and security of the existing weapons as they await disabling and dismantling and to redirect those funds to meet the urgent needs of cities; calls for compliance with Article VI of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) and prompt, good faith negotiations for the elimination of nuclear weapons; and also does hereby recognize and commend the important work of Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace and their advocacy for the reduction of stockpiles and safer handling procedures worldwide as steps toward a world free of nuclear weapons and for raising awareness of the value of renewable energy and the perils associated with using nuclear power as an interim technology; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby declare Tuesday, July 31st 2018 to be “Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace” Day in the City of Pittsburgh.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0768 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby commend StarKist and Dongwon Industries; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby declare Tuesday, August 14, 2018, to be “StarKist and Dongwon Industries’ Korean War Veterans of Western Pennsylvania Recognition Day” in the City of Pittsburgh.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0769 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby give a hearty Pittsburgh Welcome to the Oakville A’s of the Central Ontario Baseball Association and to their Manager, John Lowe, and wishes them a great experience in the United States and especially in Pittsburgh, PA.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0770 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby give a hearty Pittsburgh Welcome to the Perth Heat Colts and their Coach, Steve Fish from Perth, Australia and wishes them a great experience in the United States and especially in Pittsburgh, PA.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0771 1 ProclamationNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby commend acclaimed artist Ron Donoughe for successfully capturing the unique essence of our communities in his 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods project and celebrates the contribution of artists in our city; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby declare August 1, 2018 to be “Ron Donoughe’s 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods Day” in the City of Pittsburgh.AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0765 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the City to enter into a Cooperation Agreement with the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh to Serve as Co-Applicant for the purposes of filing an Application with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a FY 2018 Choice Neighborhoods Initiative grant in the amount of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) and pledging City financial support in the amount of twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) for the project and City Owned Land to Effectuate the Purposes of the Bedford Dwellings/Hill District Neighborhood Transformation Plan and its initial phases of implementation strategy.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2018-0764 1 ResolutionResolution requesting the approval of an inter-municipal transfer of liquor license, License No. R-2128, from Prasiv Inc., 300 Mall Circle Dr., Monroeville, PA 15146 to the Applicant, Winghart’s Burgers Mkt. Inc., 5 Market Sq., Pittsburgh, PA 15222 for the premises located at 5 Market Sq., Pittsburgh, PA 15222, known as “Winghart’s Burgers”, pursuant to amended Pennsylvania Liquor Code, §4-461.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2018-0763 1 PetitionPetition from the residents of the City of Pittsburgh requesting a Public Hearing before City Council relative to Council bills 2018-0684, 2018-0685, 2018-0686, 2018-0688, 2018-090, 2018-0691, 2018-0692, and 2018-0696 as they relate to the Mayor and the Director of Finance moving unencumbered CDBG funds from projects pending closure pursuant to Chapter 218 of the City Code.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0756 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Finance and Law for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0680 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 719 of 2011, entitled “Providing for an Agreement or Agreements, or use of existing Agreements and/or a Contract or Contracts, or use of existing Contracts, and for the purchase of materials, supplies, equipment, and/or services for various projects in connection with the Neighborhood Needs Program in Council District 4; and providing for the payment of the costs thereof” in order to change the project scope and responsible department for the Brookline Memorial Park project, and to further clear completed projects.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0681 1 ResolutionResolution further amending and supplementing Resolution No. 855 of 2011, entitled “adopting and approving the 2012 Capital Budget and the 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Program” in order to change the project scope and responsible department for the Brookline Memorial Park project, and to further clear completed projects.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0682 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 891 of 2002, effective December 23, 2002, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2003 Capital Budget and the 2003 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2003 through 2008 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing LINCOLN PLACE PARK RENOVATION by $882.00, SQUIRREL HILL BUSINESS DISTRICT by $7,689.72, and increasing REMEDIATION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $8,571.72.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0683 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 762 of 2005, effective December 21, 2005, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2006 Capital Budget and the 2006 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2006 through 2011 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing MCARDLE ROADWAY by $34,233.93, SOUTH HIGHLAND AVE. BRIDGE by $3,000.00, increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $34,233.93, and increasing DEMOLITION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $3,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0684 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 675 of 2008, effective January 29, 2009, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2009 Capital Budget and the 2009 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2009 through 2013 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing SPRING HILL SPRING RESTORATION by $16,482.47, RIVERVIEW COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER by $4,040.00, FIREFIGHTING PROTECTIVE CLOTHING by $144.43, CAMERA/PORT SECURITY PROJECT by $3,608.85, BROOKLINE BLVD. by $14,285.14, MCARDLE VIADUCT #1 by $830.60, and increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $39,391.49.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0685 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 768 of 2009, effective December 31, 2009, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2010 Capital Budget and the 2010 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2010 through 2014 Capital Improvement Program” by removing unencumbered funds from projects pending closure pursuant to Chapter 218 of the City Code.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0686 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 768 of 2009, effective December 31, 2009, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2010 Capital Budget and the 2010 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2010 through 2014 Capital Improvement Program” by reducing SPRING HILL SPRING by $45,176.19, reducing FIREFIGHTING PROTECTIVE CLOTHING by $64.44, reducing ERP SYSTEM by $0.78, reducing CAMERA/PORT SECURITY PROJECT by $19,455.12, reducing DEUTSCHTOWN, EAST OHIO STREET by $211,861.50, reducing BRIGHTON HEIGHTS, CALIFORNIA AVENUE by $180,269.80, reducing OBSERVATORY HILL, PERRYSVILLE by $168,185.36, reducing TROY HILL, LOWRIE STREET by $168,185.36, reducing ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEM by $0.70, increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $800,542.85, and increasing REMEDIATION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $0.70.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0687 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 908 of 2010, effective January 1, 2011, as amended, entitled “Adopting and approving the 2011 Capital Budget and the 2011 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2011 through 2016 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing BUILDING MAINTENANCE PROGRAM by $0.60 and increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $0.60.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0688 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 855 of 2011, effective December 29, 2011, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2012 Capital Budget and the 2012 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2012 through 2017 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing BOB O’CONNOR GOLF COURSE CLUB HOUSE by $6,134.11, reducing CULTURAL HERITAGE PLAN by $1,861.61, reducing EMS EQUIPMENT by $45.95, reducing OLYMPIA PARK DOG PARK by $560.50, reducing BUILDING MAINTENANCE PROGRAM by $1,847.36, reducing CARRICK DAIRY DISTRICT STREETS by $3,701.75, reducing SQUIRREL HILL BUSINESS DISTRICT by $12,530.00, reducing BRIGHTWOOD BUSINESS DISTRICT by $48,035.99, reducing BEECHWOOD BLVD./BROWNSHILL RD. by $36,637.23, reducing MCARDLE VIADUCT #1 by $32,859.38, reducing SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE by $1,789.49, increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $144,213.88, and increasing DEMOLITION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $1,789.49.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0689 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 772 of 2012, effective January 1, 2013, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2013 Capital Budget and the 2013 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2013 through 2018 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing CULTURAL HERITAGE PLAN by $0.90, reducing EMS EQUIPMENT by $88.73, reducing $461.86, reducing BUILDING MAINTENANCE PROGRAM by $461.86, reducing PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES by $650.26, reducing CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT/INSPECTION SERVICES by $17.36, increasing SLOPE FAILURE REMEDIATION by $1,201.75, and increasing DEMOLITION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $17.36.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0690 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 796 of 2013, effective December 19, 2013, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2014 Capital Budget and the 2014 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2014 through 2019 Capital Improvement Program,” by removing unencumbered funds from projects pending closure pursuant to Chapter 218 of the City Code.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0691 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 796 of 2013, effective December 19, 2013, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2014 Capital Budget and the 2014 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2014 through 2019 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing RIVERVIEW COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER by $1,592.33, reducing CULTURAL HERITAGE PLAN by $359.06, reducing FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT by $141.20, reducing EMS EQUIPMENT by $125.04, reducing PUBLIC SAFETY RADIO REPLACEMENT by $15.52, reducing SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM by $1,993.05, reducing CITYWIDE STREET LIGHTS by $2,976.48, reducing SIGNAGE AND WAYFINDING by $12,802.88, reducing PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES by $22,187.19, reducing SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE by $76,490.90, increasing DEMOLITION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $96,496.46, and increasing STEET RESURFACING by $22,187.19.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0692 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 858 of 2014, effective January 1, 2015, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2015 Capital Budget and the 2015 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2015 through 2020 Capital Improvement Program,” by removing unencumbered funds from projects pending closure pursuant to Chapter 218 of the City Code.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0693 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 858 of 2014, effective January 1, 2015, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2015 Capital Budget and the 2015 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2015 through 2020 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing EMERGENCY SHELTERING by $65,000.00 and increasing REMEDIATION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $65,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0694 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 816 of 2015, effective December 18, 2015, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2016 Capital Budget and the 2016 Community Development Block Grant Program; and approving the 2016 through 2021 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing SUMMER YOUTH EMPLYOMENT PROGRAM by $76,516.08, reducing FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS by $50,000.00, increasing REMEDIATION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $76,516.08, and increasing STREET RESURFACING by $50,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0695 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 772 of 2016, effective January 1, 2017, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2017 Capital Budget and the 2017 Community Development Block Grant Program; approving the 2017 through 2022 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM by $214,757.90 and increasing REMEDIATION OF CONDEMNED BUILDINGS by $214,757.90.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0696 2 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 797 of 2017, effective December 28, 2017, as amended, entitled "Resolution adopting and approving the 2018 Capital Budget and the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2018 through 2023 Capital Improvement Program," by reappropriating funds closed due to the requirements of Chapter 218 of the City Code.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0697 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 797 of 2017, effective December 28, 2017, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2018 Capital Budget and the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2018 through 2023 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing COMPLETE STREETS by $100,000.00, increasing STREET RESURFACING by $60,000.00, and increasing FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS - SPORT FACILITIES by $40,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0700 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Finance to enter into an agreement or agreements with MAS Financial Advisory Services, LLC and Davenport & Company LLC for the purpose of providing municipal advisory services to the City over a three year period.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0730 3 ResolutionResolution to authorize and direct the incurring of Non-Electoral Debt through the issuance of a series of General Obligation Bonds or Notes of the City of Pittsburgh, in the maximum aggregate principal amount of forty million dollars ($40,000,000). (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)AMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
2018-0730 3 ResolutionResolution to authorize and direct the incurring of Non-Electoral Debt through the issuance of a series of General Obligation Bonds or Notes of the City of Pittsburgh, in the maximum aggregate principal amount of forty million dollars ($40,000,000). (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)RECOMMITTEDFail Action details Not available
2018-0730 3 ResolutionResolution to authorize and direct the incurring of Non-Electoral Debt through the issuance of a series of General Obligation Bonds or Notes of the City of Pittsburgh, in the maximum aggregate principal amount of forty million dollars ($40,000,000). (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Video Video
2018-0731 3 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Finance to enter into a Purchase and Sales Agreement or Agreements on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh along with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of Pittsburgh to jointly purchase the property located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies from 420 Allies LLC; to expend designated funds for the City’s portion of Earnest Money relating to the purchase; to accept a deed relating to the purchase and to execute all documents to effectuate the purchase; and to enter into a Financing Cooperation Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh to document, inter alia, pre-closing responsibilities and funding obligations relating to the purchase. (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)AMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
2018-0731 3 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Finance to enter into a Purchase and Sales Agreement or Agreements on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh along with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of Pittsburgh to jointly purchase the property located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies from 420 Allies LLC; to expend designated funds for the City’s portion of Earnest Money relating to the purchase; to accept a deed relating to the purchase and to execute all documents to effectuate the purchase; and to enter into a Financing Cooperation Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh to document, inter alia, pre-closing responsibilities and funding obligations relating to the purchase. (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)RECOMMITTEDFail Action details Video Video
2018-0731 3 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Finance to enter into a Purchase and Sales Agreement or Agreements on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh along with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of Pittsburgh to jointly purchase the property located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies from 420 Allies LLC; to expend designated funds for the City’s portion of Earnest Money relating to the purchase; to accept a deed relating to the purchase and to execute all documents to effectuate the purchase; and to enter into a Financing Cooperation Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh to document, inter alia, pre-closing responsibilities and funding obligations relating to the purchase. (Post Agenda held 7/23/18; Public Hearing held 7/30/18)Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2018-0732 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the City to convey all of the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Property in the 12th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 124-P, 199 to the Pittsburgh Land Bank (Council District No. 9).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0738 1 ResolutionResolution appointing individuals from the Department of Finance to represent the City of Pittsburgh as delegates to the Tax Collection Committee to be established for the Allegheny Central Tax Collection District pursuant to the requirements of Act 32 of 2008.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0757 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Public Safety Services for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0720 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in favor of the Sheriff, County of Allegheny, 436 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, in an amount not to exceed Fifteen Thousand, Four Hundred Fifty-Five Dollars and Fifteen Cents, for security services provided for the City of Pittsburgh Richard S. Caliguiri Great Race on September 24, 2017.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0721 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of Public Safety to enter on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh into a Professional Services Agreement with Ti Training LE, LLC for services in relation to police firearms simulator training activities at an overall cost not to exceed FIFTY-NINE THOUSAND FIFTY DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($59,050).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0740 1 ResolutionResolution providing for the issuance of a warrant in favor of the Port Authority of Allegheny County in the amount of $19,120.00 for bus shuttle services for the 2017 Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0758 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Public Works for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0722 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing and directing the issuance of a Warrant to McGann & Chester, LLC. in the amount of Three thousand six hundred seventy two dollars fifty cents, ($3,672.50), in full and final payment for the emergency rental of an 80 ton crane, with operator, for storm related cleanup at State Route 88/State Route 51/McNeilly Road intersection.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0723 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements, or use of existing Agreements, allowing for compensation paid to Allegheny County of the local costs associated with the Rachel Carson (9th Street) Bridge Rehabilitation being undertaken by the County, and further providing for payment of the cost not to exceed $2,264.25.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0724 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, and the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to enter into an agreement with the PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Multimodal Transportation (MTF) Fund Program, should the grant be awarded by DCED, to provide funding for the South 21st Street Complete Green Street Project. The total grant amount requested is TWO MILLION THREE HUNDRED ($2,000,300.00) dollars for this stated purpose.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0725 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, and the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to enter into an agreement with the PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Multimodal Transportation (MTF) Fund Program, should the grant be awarded by DCED, to provide funding for significant maintenance improvements to the Forbes Avenue Bridge. The total grant amount requested is not to exceed THREE MILLION ($3,000,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0726 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to enter into an agreement with the PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF), should the grant be awarded by DCED, to provide funding for the Bigelow Streetscape Project. The total grant amount requested is not to exceed THREE MILLION dollars ($3,000,000.00) for this stated purpose.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0743 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works to enter into an Agreement between the City of Pittsburgh and OOA Design, LLC, for the creation and installation of public art at Wightman Park located at 5612 Solway Street Pittsburgh, PA 15217, at a cost not to exceed Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0744 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the execution of a reimbursement agreement with the Borough of Mt. Oliver in an amount not to exceed $75,000 providing for reimbursement from the City for certain costs to be incurred by the Borough of Mt Oliver related to the Brownsville Road Streetscape Improvement Project in the Knoxville neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh (Council District 3).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0747 1 ResolutionResolution providing for a Contract or Contracts, or the use of existing Contracts, an Agreement or Agreements, or the use of existing Agreements, providing for the planning, design, repairs, maintenance, improvements, emergencies, operations, and/or the purchase of materials, equipment and supplies in connection with the Smallman Street network planning component.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0748 1 ResolutionResolution providing for a Contract or Contracts, or the use of existing Contracts, an Agreement or Agreements, or the use of existing Agreements, providing for the planning, design, repairs, maintenance, improvements, emergencies, operations, and/or the purchase of materials, equipment and supplies in connection with the Smallman Street parking mitigation service demonstration.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0760 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2017-2256 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article I, Section 902.03 Zoning Map, by changing from R1A-VH, Residential Single-Unit Attached, Very High Density to UI, Urban Industrial District certain property roughly bounded Susquehanna Street and El Court; all in the Allegheny County Block and Lot System, 13th Ward. (Public Hearing held 7/18/18)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0334 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the City of Pittsburgh Code, Title I (“Administrative”), Article I (“General Provisions”), Chapter 107 (“Permits and Licenses Generally”) with respect to permit/license application procedures and corresponding fees, effective immediately following passage.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0336 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the City of Pittsburgh Code, Title Seven (“Business Licensing”), with regard to license application procedures, licensing requirements and corresponding fees, effective October 1, 2018, except for the Fire Suppression Trade License which will be effective January 1, 2019.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0361 2 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning Code, Articles I-IX, to establish a new Riverfront Zoning District, and the provisions thereof, and to remove the Downtown Riverfront District, Riverfront Overlay District, and certain Specially Planned Districts from the Zoning Code as follows:Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0448 2 ResolutionResolution approving an updated Institutional Master Plan under the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article II, Chapter 905, Section 905.03.D and Article VII, Chapter 922, Section 922.12.G for UPMC Mercy “Institutional Master Plan” dated April 9, 2018 on property zoned EMI, Educational/Medical Institution District, 1st Ward, Council District 6.RECOMMITTEDFail Action details Not available
2018-0448 2 ResolutionResolution approving an updated Institutional Master Plan under the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article II, Chapter 905, Section 905.03.D and Article VII, Chapter 922, Section 922.12.G for UPMC Mercy “Institutional Master Plan” dated April 9, 2018 on property zoned EMI, Educational/Medical Institution District, 1st Ward, Council District 6.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2018-0671 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 75, effective February 26, 2018 entitled: Resolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $825,000.00 so as to reprogram funds within City Council from ““Pose Foundation (-$70,000.00) to “Naomi’s Place (+15,300.00), “The Center for Employment Opportunities (+$5,000.00), “Reading is Fundamental” (+$10,000.00), “Brothers and Sisters Emerging” (+$10,000.00), Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh” (+$6,000.00), “The Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh Charter School” (+$15,300.00), and “Earthen Vessels Outreach” (+$8,400.00)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0672 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 74, effective February 26, 2018, Resolution providing for the filing of a Community Development statement by the City of Pittsburgh with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a grant in connection with the 2017 Community Development Block Grant Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts and for the filing of other data providing for required assurances; providing for execution of payment vouchers on letter of credit and for certification of authorized signature; the deposit of the funds in a bank account and providing for the payment of expenses within categories, so as to reprogram funds from the City Council budget: “Pose Foundation (-$70,000.00) to “Naomi’s Place (+15,300.00), “The Center for Employment Opportunities (+$5,000.00), “Reading is Fundamental” (+$10,000.00), “Brothers and Sisters Emerging” (+$10,000.00), Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh” (+$6,000.00), “The Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh Charter School” (+$15,300.00), and “Earthen Vessels Outreach” (+$8,400.00)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0674 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 320, effective May 14, 2018, Resolution providing for the filing of a Community Development statement by the City of Pittsburgh with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a grant in connection with the 2016 Community Development Block Grant Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts and for the filing of other data providing for required assurances; providing for execution of payment vouchers on letter of credit and for certification of authorized signature; the deposit of the funds in a bank account and providing for the payment of expenses within categories, so as to reprogram funds within City Council’s office from “Poise Foundation” (-$54,000.00) and transfer these funds to” African American Music Institute” (+$8,500.00), “Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center” (+$8,500.00), “King of Kings Baptist Ministry/Higher Living”, (+ $ 4,500.00) “Brothers and Sisters Emerging” (+$ 8,500.00), “Earthen Vessels Outreach” (+ $ 7,000.00), “Reading is Fundamental” (+ $ 8,500.00), and “Habitat for Humanity” (+$8,500.00)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0675 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 320, effective May 14, 2018 entitled: Resolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $850,000.00; so as to reprogram funds within City Council from “Poise Foundation” (-$54,000.00) and transfer these funds to” African American Music Institute” (+$8,500.00), “Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center” (+$8,500.00), “King of Kings Baptist Ministry/Higher Living”, (+$ 4,500.00) “Brothers and Sisters Emerging” (+$ 8,500.00), “Earthen Vessels Outreach” (+$ 7,000.00), “Reading is Fundamental” (+$ 8,500.00), and “Habitat for Humanity” (+$8,500.00)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0676 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 755, effective December 13, 2016 entitled: Resolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $895,000.00; so as to reprogram funds within City Council from “{Poise Foundation (-$4,000.00), and transfer these funds to “Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center ” (+$4,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0677 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 813, effective December 28, 2017, entitled Resolution providing for the filing of a Community Development statement by the City of Pittsburgh with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a grant in connection with the 2015 Community Development Block Grant Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts and for the filing of other data providing for required assurances; providing for execution of payment vouchers on letter of credit and for certification of authorized signature; the deposit of the funds in a bank account and providing for the payment of expenses within categories, so as to reprogram funds within the City Council Office from: “Poise Foundation” (-$4,000.00), and transfer these funds to “Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center” (+$4,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0678 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 675, effective November 14, 2016, entitled: Resolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $940,000.00; : so as to reprogram funds within City Council from: “Poise Foundation” (-$13,700.00); and transfer these funds to “Eastside Employment Center ” (+$11,000.00) and Brothers and Sisters Emerging (+$2,700.00.)”Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0679 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 812, effective December 28, 2017, Resolution providing for the filing of a Community Development statement by the City of Pittsburgh with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a grant in connection with the 2014 Community Development Block Grant Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts and for the filing of other data providing for required assurances; providing for execution of payment vouchers on letter of credit and for certification of authorized signature; the deposit of the funds in a bank account and providing for the payment of expenses within categories,“so as to reprogram funds within City Council from: “Poise Foundation” (-$13,700.00); and transfer these funds to “Eastside Employment Center ” (+$11,000.00) and Brothers and Sisters Emerging (+$2,700.00.)”Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0705 1 ResolutionResolution providing for Agreement(s) and Contract(s), or use of existing Agreement(s) and Contract(s) with Urban Design Ventures for the purpose of assisting the City in preparing environmental reviews resulting from an audit conducted by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development; and provide for the payment at a cost thereof, not to exceed 20,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0706 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 797, effective December 28, 2017, Resolution providing for the filing of a Community Development statement by the City of Pittsburgh with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for a grant in connection with the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts and for the filing of other data providing for required assurances; providing for execution of payment vouchers on letter of credit and for certification of authorized signature; the deposit of the funds in a bank account and providing for the payment of expenses within categories:Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0707 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement(s) and Contract(s) with Community Based Organizations for community and economic development planning assistance in various neighborhoods in the City and providing operating support for these groups, and provide for the payment at a cost thereof, at a cost not exceed $650,000.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0708 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement(s) and Contract(s) with consultant(s) and Vendor(s) to assist the City in improving its Citizen Participation Process and provide for payment at a cost thereof, at a cost not to exceed $180,000.00Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0709 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $735,000.00Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0710 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreement(s) and to provide administrative/operating expenses, including but not limited to, rehabilitation, maintenance, operation, insurance, utilities, furnishings, homeless prevention and essential services and other miscellaneous expenses associated the Emergency Solutions Grant funds, at a cost not to exceed $1,148,214.00Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0711 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with the Jewish Healthcare Foundation to provide administration and operating expenses, housing and housing related supportive services to persons with HIV/AIDS and their families, at a total cost not to exceed $948,891.00Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0712 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements with various community organizations for operational/administrative expenses, maintenance, purchase of equipment; and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities; and for administrative/operational costs, maintenance, purchase of equipment, and/or rehabilitation of neighborhood facilities of various departmental programs/projects for the benefit of the residents of the City of Pittsburgh, at a cost not to exceed $365,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0713 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement, or Agreements with the Urban League of Pittsburgh, for the implementation/administration of the Housing Counseling Program, and related costs, in the amount not to exceed $100,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0714 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 797 of 2017, effective December 28, 2017, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2018 Capital Budget and the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2018 through 2023 Capital Improvement Program,” by reducing and increasing various line items funded from the Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Grant, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS program, and HOME Investment Partnership.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0716 1 ResolutionOrdinance accepting the name change of ANSLEY STREET to BROAD STREET in the Eleventh Ward of the City of Pittsburgh as per recommendation by the City of Pittsburgh Addressing Committee (CPAC). The following street name was approved by CPAC in June 2016. The name listed in this ordinance shall be made official in accordance with the Pittsburgh Code, Title Four, Public Places and Property, Chapter 420 Uniform Street Naming and Addressing.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0717 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of Planning to enter on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh into a Professional Services Agreement with the Center for Hearing & Deaf Services, Inc. (“HDS”) for captioning, video captioning and interpreter services over a three-year term at an overall cost not to exceed TWENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($27,000).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0718 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of City Planning to enter into an Agreement between the City of Pittsburgh and HackPGH for the creation and installation of public art Tustin Park at 2028-2032 Tustin Street, at a cost not to exceed Twenty-Four Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ($24,500.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0739 1 ResolutionResolution urging the State of Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry to adopt more progressive and inclusive accessibility standards through the Uniform Construction Code (UCC).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0745 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Five: Traffic, Article VII: Parking, Chapter 549: Residential Parking Permit Program by amending section 549.17 (b) Minor Expansions.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0749 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of Finance to enter into a contract(s) or agreement(s) or use of existing contract(s) or agreement(s)on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh with the Pittsburgh Land Bank for administrative service for the 2018 Land Bank implementation at a cost not to exceed TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($200,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0759 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Human Resources for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0719 1 ResolutionResolution providing that the City of Pittsburgh (“City”) enter into a Memorandum of Agreement(s) and/or Contract(s) with the Corporation for National and Community Service (“CNCS”) for the purpose of obtaining Americorps VISTA members to work with staff from City Departments and the Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh (HACP) on strategic projects and research; and providing for the payment of the costs thereof not to exceed $12,311.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0761 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Innovation, Performance and Asset Management for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0727 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Innovation & Performance to enter into an Agreement, Agreements, or Amendments with Value Capture LLC for Performance Improvement Consulting Services for a sum not to exceed $30,000 for 2018.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0728 1 ResolutionResolution providing for Agreement(s) and Contract(s), or use of existing Agreement(s) and Contract(s) with RAM Data Systems for the purpose of providing a three (3) year maintenance agreement for the Community Development’s internal Financial Management System; and provide for the payment at a cost thereof, not to exceed 20,000.00.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0729 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 337 of 2016, which authorized the City of Pittsburgh to enter into a Professional Service Agreement(s) with STR.Grants, LLC for software services relating to the eProperties Plus profiling system, by extending the term of the Agreement for one year at an additional cost not to exceed Twenty-Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty-Three Dollars and Forty Cents ($29,933.40).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0762 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs for July 25, 2018 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2018-0741 1 ResolutionResolution providing for the acceptance by the City of Pittsburgh from the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh of its rights, title and interest in and to certain property in the 2nd Ward of the City of Pittsburgh for public purpose to become part of the I-579 Cap Project.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2018-0742 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of City Planning to enter into a Programmatic Agreement with the Federal Highway Administration, the Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Officer, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, and the Sports & Exhibition Authority regarding the SR 0579 Section A10 Cap Project.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video