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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/2/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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2021-1132 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, Cheyenne Martin, founder of the Cheyenne Martin Foundation in 2015, grew up in Pittsburgh where she was active in community outreach at an early age, finding joy in serving and giving to others; and,AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2021-1133 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, February 1-28, 2021, has been designated Career and Technical Education Month by the Association for Career and Technical Education; and,AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2021-1134 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, Cynthia Falls started her journey as a healthcare professional and educator at the age of 15 while serving as a Nurse’s Aid at Kane Hospital in Scott Township; and,AdoptedPass Action details Video Video
2021-1135 1 ResolutionResolution declaring a State of Educational Emergency in the City of Pittsburgh.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1109 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, an existing set of historical stone steps, at 915 Ridge Avenue, in the 22nd Ward, 1st Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1110 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 447 of 2020, entitled “Resolution providing for an amended reimbursement agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for costs associated with the Preliminary Engineering phase of the Penn Avenue Reconstruction Phase II project, and providing for the payment of municipal incurred costs thereof, not to exceed Eight Hundred Twenty Five Thousand ($825,000.00) dollars; federally reimbursable at eighty percent; and the municipal share of Commonwealth Incurred Costs not to exceed Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) dollars.” To increase the total not to exceed to One Million Nine Hundred Seventy Five Thousand dollars ($1,975,000.00); federally reimbursable at eighty percent; and the municipal share of Commonwealth Incurred Costs not to exceed Eighteen Thousand ($18,000.00) dollars.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1111 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to execute relevant agreements to receive grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Automated Red Light Enforcement Funding Program to make signal and intersection upgrades at the intersection of Beaver Avenue and Chateau Street and further providing for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED THIRTY SIX ($116,636.00) dollars for this stated purpose. The grant requires a match from the City of Pittsburgh in the amount of TWENTY NINE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY NINE ($29,159.00) dollars for this stated purpose for a total project cost of ONE HUNDRED FORTY FIVE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED NINETY FIVE ($145,795.00) dollars.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1112 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh and the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to apply for grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) under the Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF) to provide funding for the design and construction of the Davis Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. The grant proposal includes an ask of $1,803,533.82 with a local match of $572,942.68 to come out of the City of Pittsburgh’s 2020 Capital Budget (JDE job number 6031010120) and $200,000.00 in the form of a grant from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO MILLION FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ($2,576,476.50) for this stated purpose.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1113 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh and the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to apply for grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) under the Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF) to provide funding for the reconstruction of the Frazier Street Steps and Romeo Street Steps. The grant proposal includes an ask of $666,666.00 with a local match of $200,000.00 to come out of the City of Pittsburgh’s 2020 Capital Budget (JDE job number 6000360120). In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed EIGHT HUNDRED SIXTY SIX THOUSAND SIX HUNDERED SIXTY SIX ($866,666.00) dollars and for this stated purpose.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1114 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh and the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure to apply for grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) under the Multimodal Transportation Fund (MTF) to provide funding for sidewalk construction, curb reconstruction, street and pedestrian lighting and small retaining walls on Irvine Street between Greenfield Avenue and Berwick Street/Lewis Playground. The grant proposal includes an ask of $840,000.00 with a local match of $356,452.00 to come out of the City of Pittsburgh’s 2019 Capital Budget (JDE job number 6075050219). In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED NINETY SIX THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED FIFTY TWO ($1,196,452.00) dollars for this stated purpose. In the event of an award, funds will be transferred to Ramp and Public Sidewalk (JDE job number 6075010819).Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1115 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” by decreasing two Alton Field Concession Stand projects by a combined $30,000.00, and adding 25 Carrick Ave Project-Dairy District Pavilion property acquisition in the same amount.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1116 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” by transferring $30,000.00 from Alton Field Concession Stand to 25 Carrick Ave-Dairy District Pavilion property acquisition.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1117 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the City of Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances at Title I: Administrative; Article XI: Human Resources; Chapter 183: Holidays; Section 183.01 Holidays Designated to designate Juneteenth as a holiday for City of Pittsburgh employees.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1118 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Pittsburgh City Code, Title Six, Conduct, Article V, Discrimination, Chapter 651, Definitions, to clarify the definition of Hairstyle.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1119 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution #588 authorizing the Mayor and the City Solicitor to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with McGrail & Associates, 1714 Lincoln Way, White Oak, PA for professional consulting services in connection with billboard tax litigation by increasing by One Hundred Three Thousand Two Hundred Dollars and No Cents ($103,200.00) the total cost from Ninety Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($90,000.00) to an amount not to exceed One Hundred Ninety Three Thousand Two Hundred Dollars and No Cents ($193,200.00).Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1120 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing, pursuant to Ch. 210 (“Acceptance of Gifts to City”) of the City Code, the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Safety to accept a donation from Steelers Charities of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000.00) to be deposited into the Public Safety Support Trust Fund.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1121 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Public Safety to enter into a Project Agreement or Agreements with FUSE Corps to host three Executive Fellows for twelve months at no cost to the City.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1122 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 adjusting various line items in conformance with City Council's 2010 Capital Budget amendments,” by reducing BIRMINGHAM FOUNDATION by $176.74, increasing BIRMINGHAM FOUNDATION/BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $176.74, and authorizing a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1123 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,” so as to reduce FALK SCHOOL, UNITED WAY PROGRAM by $2,000.00, increase BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA by $2,000.00, and authorize a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1124 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 BIRMINGHAM FOUNDATION by $7,365.46, increasing BIRMINGHAM FOUNDATION/BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $7,365.46, and authorizing a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1125 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,” so as to reduce SAINT CLAIR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, increase BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, and authorize a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1126 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,” so as to reduce SAINT CLAIR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00 and CONSERVATION CONSULTANTS INC by $2,500.00 and increase BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00 and CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF PITTSBURGH by $2,500.00, and authorize a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1127 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,” so as to reduce SAINT CLAIR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, reduce ST. ROSALIA FOOD BANK by $3,000.00, increase BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, increase JEWISH ASSOCIATION ON AGING by $1,500.00, increase PITTSBURGH COMMUNITY KITCHEN by $1,500.00, and authorize a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1128 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 863 of 2018, effective January 1, 2019, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2019 Capital Budget and the 2019 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2019 through 2024 Capital Improvement Program,” so as to reduce SAINT CLAIR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING by $5,000.00, and PUBLIC SAFETY-ZONE 6 by $2,500.00, and increase BRASHEAR ASSOCIATION by $4,000.00, and BROOKLINE CHRISTIAN FOOD PANTRY by $7,500.00, and authorize a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1129 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 647 of 2020, effective December 23, 2020, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2021 Capital Budget and the 2021 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2021 through 2026 Capital Improvement Program,” by adding $8,947,600.50 to reflect the allocation of Emergency Rental Assistance from the Treasury Department and authorizing a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Waived under Rule 8  Action details Video Video
2021-1129 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 647 of 2020, effective December 23, 2020, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2021 Capital Budget and the 2021 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2021 through 2026 Capital Improvement Program,” by adding $8,947,600.50 to reflect the allocation of Emergency Rental Assistance from the Treasury Department and authorizing a subsequent Agreement or Agreements.Read and referred  Action details Video Video
2021-1130 1 CommunicationCommunication from Kevin Pawlos, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, submitting a TWO THOUSAND ($2,000.00) dollar donation to the Department of Public Safety from Vision Benefits of America to support the City’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1131 1 CommunicationCommunication from Kevin Pawlos, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, submitting acting pay approval on behalf of the Department of Innovation and Performance for Dana Robinson, per the Acting Pay Policy revised in June 2018.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1103 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Finance and Law for January 27, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1082 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 55 of 2018, which authorized the Mayor to execute relevant agreements to receive grant funding to plan and implement the creation of Financial Empowerment Centers Fund within the City of Pittsburgh, to enter into a Professional Service Agreement or Agreements with Neighborhood Allies for the continued operation of Financial Empower Centers for the City and further authorizing agreements or contracts and expenditures not to exceed Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1083 1 ResolutionResolution further amending Resolution No. 863 of 2018, effective January 1, 2019, as amended, entitled “Resolution adopting and approving the 2019 Capital Budget and the 2019 Community Development Block Grant Program, and the 2019 through 2024 Capital Improvement Program” by reducing SMALLMAN STREET RECONSTRUCTION by $705,000, increasing STEP REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT by $400,000, and increasing COMPLETE STREETS by $305,000.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1084 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Solicitor to enter into an agreement or agreements with LexisNexis for subscription to an online legal research tool at a cost not to exceed $68,400.00 (Sixty Eight Thousand Four Hundred Dollars and No Cents) over a term of 3 years.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1104 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Public Works for January 27, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1069 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto SEAN WINNIE, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense an existing set of wood steps and a retaining wall, at 705 Hazelwood Avenue in the 15th Ward, 5th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1070 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto BLOOMFIELD-GARFIELD CORPORATION, Pittsburgh, Pa 15224, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, a set of new concrete stairs and landing, and a new vertical platform lift, at 113 North Pacific Avenue, in the 10th Ward, in the 9th Council District of City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1071 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto PITTSBURGH STUDENT HOUSING LLC, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, a projecting sign, at 1030 5th Avenue, in the 1st Ward, 6th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1072 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto STEPHENS RICHARD JR, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, to install a new projecting sign, at 2025 E. Carson Street, in the 17th Ward, 3rd Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1073 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto KALAL HOLDINGS, LLC, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, to install (2) new projecting signs, at 2026 E. Carson Street, in the 17th Ward, 3rd Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1074 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 849 of 2017, entitled “Resolution providing for the letting, for and during the calendar years 2018, 2019, and 2020, of Contracts and for the use of existing Contracts for professional services including planning, architectural, engineering, and real estate services as well as construction administration, management and inspection services related to the assessment, design, construction and maintenance of the City’s capital assets, including infrastructure, buildings and land as needed by the various Departments of the City of Pittsburgh. Funding for these services are to come from the Capital Budget and the projects supported by the professional services” to allow for continuation of services for ongoing projects previously assigned under the existing on-call Contracts through December 31st, 2021.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1075 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 97 of 2018, entitled “Resolution 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 design, repairs, maintenance, improvements, emergencies and/or the purchase of materials, equipment and supplies in connection with the McFarren Street (Second Avenue) Bridge project; and providing for a Reimbursement Agreement or Agreements with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation; and providing for the payment of the costs thereof, not to exceed $3,750,000.00” to increase the total not to exceed to $3,789,680.36 for payment of work performed by Gulisek Construction (#52831).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1077 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to receive grant funding from the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority’s Green Revitalization of Our Waterways Program for Wightman Park Green Stormwater Infrastructure - Phase II, and further providing for expenditures not to exceed THREE HUNDRED FIFTY TWO THOUSAND FORTY SEVEN DOLLARS AND NINETY TWO CENTS ($352,047.92) for this stated purpose.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1078 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 466, effective September 21, 2020, “authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works, to enter into an Agreement or Agreements, or the use of existing Agreements, between the City of Pittsburgh and Studio Zewde, for the professional landscape architectural services for Homewood Park Infrastructure Upgrades at a cost not to exceed One Million Six Hundred Thirty Thousand and Fourteen Dollars ($1,630,014.00).” by increasing the total allocation by $54,855.00 from $1,630,014 to $1,684,869.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1079 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works, to enter into an Agreement or Agreements, or the use of existing Agreements, between the City of Pittsburgh and Carin Mincemoyer, for the creation and installation of public art at South Side Park, at a cost not to exceed Twenty-Four Thousand Dollars ($24,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1105 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development for January 27, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2020-0926 1 ResolutionResolution approving a Conditional Use Application under the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article IV, Chapter 910, Section 910.01.D.1 to Meyer, Unkovic & Scott on behalf of 429 FORBES - KPP II FORBES AVENUE LLC, for the transfer of Development Rights involving 87 dwelling units from 201 Stanwix Street (Block and Lot 1-G-75), “GT-D” Golden Triangle Subdistrict D, to 429 Forbes Avenue (Block and Lot 2-E-155) , zoned “GT-B” Golden Triangle Subdistrict B, 1st Ward, Council District No. 6. (Public Hearing held 1/5/2021)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2020-0943 1 ResolutionResolution providing for the designation as a Historic Structure under Title 11 of the Code of Ordinances that certain structure known as The VA Facility Chapel Building 10, located at 7180 Highland Drive (172-K-170), in Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar, in the 12th Ward, City of Pittsburgh. The City of Pittsburgh will be the future owner of these properties and there has been no objection to the nomination of this property by the owner. (Public Hearing held 1/20/2021)Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2020-0944 1 ResolutionResolution providing for the designation as a Historic Structure under Title 11 of the Code of Ordinances that certain structure known as The VA Facility Laboratory Building 13, located at 7180 Highland Drive (172-K-170), in Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar, in the 12th Ward, City of Pittsburgh. The City of Pittsburgh will be the future owner of these properties and there has been no objection to the nomination of this property by the owner. (Public Hearing is scheduled for 1/20/2021))Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1106 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Urban Recreation for January 27, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1059 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, and/or the Director of the Department of Public Safety and Director of the Office and Management and Budget to enter into agreements in individual amounts of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) or less with performers, instructors, artists, referees, and persons with specialized skills in connection with the Departments’ recreational and instructional programs and special events services.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1060 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with The Josh Gibson Foundation at no cost for use of the Ammon Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1061 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with the Macedonia Church of Pittsburgh at no cost for use of the Ammon Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1062 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with Ozanam, Inc. at no cost for use of the Ammon Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1063 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with the Hazelwood Youth Mentorship and Athletics Association at no cost for use of the Burgwin Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1064 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Agreement or Agreements, Lease(s) and/or License Agreement(s) for the use of certain property for senior facilities for the provision of center services to seniors in an amount not to exceed Fifteen Thousand, Two Hundred Dollars ($15,200.00), chargeable to and payable from the Seniors Community Trust Fund in the Department of Parks and Recreation.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1065 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with The Calabria Club at no cost for use of the Mount Washington HAL Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1067 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with The Mount Washington Community Center at no cost for use of the Ream Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1068 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Department of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Community Partner Access Agreement or Agreement(s) with The Pittsburgh Contingency, Inc. at no cost for use of the Ream Community Center in order to provide recreational and community-focused activities.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1107 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs for January 27, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and FiledPass Action details Video Video
2021-1042 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing a cooperation agreement or agreements, providing for the transfer of funds not to exceed Two Million Eight Hundred Three Thousand Four Hundred Eighty Dollars ($2,803,480.00) to the City of Pittsburgh Equipment Leasing Authority for the purchase and leasing of vehicles, equipment and accessories for use by City of Pittsburgh Departments.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1080 1 ResolutionResolution providing for an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement between the City of Pittsburgh (“City”) and the Borough of Wilkinsburg (“Borough”) for the collection of a portion of the Borough's municipal waste by the City for a term of five (5) years, commencing January 1, 2021, and ending December 31, 2025.Passed FinallyPass Action details Video Video
2021-1081 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 279 of 2020, effective June 26, 2020, entitled, “Resolution amending Resolution No. 560 of 2019, effective September 1, 2019, entitled ‘Resolution providing for the execution of a Cooperation Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh for the performance of certain work in connection with the 2019-2020 Community Development Block Grant Program, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof, not to exceed $4,558,960.00 (Council Districts: All),’ by including additional Emergency Small Business Support, Housing Stabilization Program, and URA Project Delivery deliverables pertaining to small business development, tenant assistance, homeowner assistance, and URA personnel, raising the total cost thereof to the amount not to exceed $11,905,823.00” by including an additional Economic Development & Housing [Bry Mard Apartments (East Hills) - HVAC Systems (Corrected)] line item for an amount not to exceed $250,000.00 and an increase to the Tenant Assistance (Housing Stabilization Program) line item by an amount not to ePassed FinallyPass Action details Video Video