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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/14/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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2021-1868 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, William P. McCoullum was hired as a laborer in the City Garage Department on March 20, 1972; and, WHEREAS, Mr. McCoullum was promoted to Truck Driver in October 1979 and then transferred to Asphalt Division in January 1980; and, WHEREAS, Mr. McCoullum transferred to 2nd Division in 2004 and remained there until his retirement on September 13 2021; and, WHEREAS, Mr. McCoullum has accumulated 635 hours (79 ½ days of sick time) and accumulated the maximum allotted sick time of 112 days during his tenure; and,Adopted  Action details Not available
2021-1869 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, born and raised in Hazelwood to parents, Palma Carpenter and John West, Helen Dennis has been a well-known and beloved pillar of the Hazelwood neighborhood; and, WHEREAS, having worked at both Post Offices, Helen, whose strong work ethic is evident in everything she does, belongs to the Hazelwood Active Senior Center, takes part in the Senior Games, cleans up trash in the neighborhood, is a member of the Morningstar Baptist Church and is just such a welcoming and friendly person to everyone she meets; and, WHEREAS, Helen plays cards, bingo, travels, gardens and visits the sick. Married to Raymond Dennis, they have two sons; and,Adopted  Action details Not available
2021-1870 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, Cenythisa “Nita” Strothers, daughter of George Williams and Rachel Strothers-Jenkins, has lived in Hazelwood for 68 years and has been an exemplary advocate, employee, volunteer and friend; and, WHEREAS, Nita began working with the A&P Company before going to the Pittsburgh Board of Education in Manchester and then to the Hazelwood Active Learning Center where she has worked with Paul, Keith and Roberta and served on the Senior Council; and, WHEREAS, Nita is active in the Morningstar Baptist Church, typing the weekly bulletin and singing in the choir. She enjoys dressing up and going out, traveling out of town and participating in Grandparents Day. Nita can be found each morning at her favorite breakfast place and has been known to devote her priceless time and effort to growing and shaping a young Hazelwood resident to become a responsible young man; and, WHEREAS, joining the Arts Excursions Unlimited in 2014, Nita teaches educational programs to children and is on the planning team to plan art and cultural trips for seniors; and,Adopted  Action details Not available
2021-1871 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PMAHCC) is a regional advocate for Pittsburgh’s Hispanic business community’s civic and economic interests. Their mission is to develop, promote and advocate on behalf of Hispanic businesses and professionals and support educational opportunities for Hispanic students with scholarship funds; and, WHEREAS, each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America; and, WHEREAS, the celebration begins September 15 because it signifies the anniversary of independence for the Latin American countries of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica; and, WHEREAS, the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will be kicking off the celebration at Highmark Stadium on September 15, 2021, where there will be networking, enjoying food, beverages, the beautiful city view and music by Noel QuAdopted  Action details Not available
2021-1872 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, Reverend Rodolph W. Wakim was born on May 2, 1964, in Beit Mery, Lebanon to Wakim and Suzan Wakim; and, WHEREAS, he arrived in New York at age 23 and supported himself while studying at Brooklyn College. In 1992, he entered Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Seminary in Washington, D.C. where he completed his studies and was ordained in 1996; and, WHEREAS, his first assignment was at St Anthony Church in Falls River, MA where he was the Assistant Pastor from 1996-1997. Since 1997, he served almost 10 years as pastor of St. Elias Church in Roanoke, Va., where some of the first Lebanese settlers arrived; and, WHEREAS, in 2007, he was transferred to Our Lady of Victory Church in Pittsburgh, PA, where he still serves today; and, WHEREAS, Fr. Rodolph has a Master’s Degree in Theology. He is fluent in Arabic, French, English and Spanish. He was a chaplain of the Knights of Columbus for over 10 years. Rev. Wakim currently serves on the Board of the MYO (Maronite Youth Organization) and the Board of Vocations. He is a member of College of Consultors, the Presbyteral CounciAdopted  Action details Not available
2021-1873 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (K.W.S.A.) is a professional wrestling promotion organization founded in Pittsburgh in 2000 by Lou Zygmuncik and Shawn Blanchard. Its first show was held on February 18, 2000, at Peabody High School; and, WHEREAS, Shawn Blanchard has been with the K.S.W.A. organization for over 20 years. He is a 6-time KSWA Heavyweight Champion and has held that title more times than anyone. In addition to the six reigns, he has held tag team championship three times and is a two-time Tri-State champion; and, WHEREAS, in 2005, the organization began a tradition of donating toys to Allegheny County’s “Holiday Project” campaign, which has become an annual show named “FanFest” and brings thousands of toys to needy children in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area; and, WHEREAS, since then, they have performed and helped raise money for American Legions, Veterans of Foreign Affairs, cancer research, assistance to mentally disabled persons, food banks, and so much more; and, WHERESA, KSWA appears in numerous venues in the Pittsburgh area, including appearAdopted  Action details Not available
2021-1874 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, public pools in the City of Pittsburgh are a place designated for relaxation, community building, and access to exercise and athletic development; and, WHEREAS, lifeguards are tasked with teaching individuals how to swim, and most importantly, ensuring a safe and enjoyable environment for the community to enjoy; and, WHEREAS, the City pools were the only public pools that stayed open until Labor Day, making the last couple weeks of the season especially busy; and, WHEREAS, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting labor shortage made this summer especially difficult to find and hire lifeguards; and, WHEREAS, lifeguards that were hired this year had to go above and beyond what is normally expected of their duties;and, WHEREAS, lifeguards often had to take on many responsibilities such as childcare and public safety; and, WHEREAS, in times of emergency, lifeguards must overcome distraction and remain calm, organized, and focused on keeping the public safe; and, WHEREAS, on July 28th, 2021, a shooting at the Highland Park Pool showcased the immense courage of CitiParks lifeguaAdopted  Action details Not available
2021-1878 1 ProclamationWHEREAS, recovery from substance use disorders is possible through a variety of treatment resources, recovery support programs, and many other pathways; and, WHEREAS, millions of people across the United States are living happy, healthy, and productive lives in recovery; and, WHEREAS, a community of recovery is beneficial to overcoming misconceptions and helping people achieve long-term recovery; and, WHEREAS, on September 11th, 2021, the sixth annual Pittsburgh Recovery Walk will take place across the region to celebrate the process and beauty of recovery from substance use disorder; and, WHEREAS, Janet Astle has been a visionary Recovery Advocate in her role at the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy and beyond; and WHEREAS, Rachel Shuster has been a courageous Recovery Pathway Supporter in her role as an addictions nurse and beyond; and WHEREAS, Krista Flaherty has been an empowering Recovery Caregiver in her role as a social worker, program manager and beyond; and WHEREAS, Janet Astle, Rachel Shuster, and Krista Flaherty have been presented with Pittsburgh Recovery AwarAdopted  Action details Not available
2021-1846 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the City Code to require the confirmation of City Council for Deputy Directors and/or Chiefs, Assistant Directors and/or Chiefs, and other enumerated positions in the City Code.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1847 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the City Clerk to enter into an agreement or agreements, contract or contracts, with an attorney, attorneys or law firm(s) approved by Council for various legal services as they arise on behalf of Pittsburgh City Council, in an amount not to exceed thirty thousand dollarsRead and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1848 1 ResolutionResolution adopting Plan Revision to the City of Pittsburgh’s Official Sewage Facilities Plan for the Garden Theater Block Project, 23-L-76 and 23-L-83, in the 22nd Ward, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15233.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1849 1 ResolutionResolution adopting Plan Revision to the City of Pittsburgh’s Official Sewage Facilities Plan for 346 Joncaire Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1850 1 ResolutionResolution 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 2021-2022 Community Development Block Grant Program, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof, not to exceed $7,442,500.00 (Council Districts: All).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1851 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing a Cooperation Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh designating URA as the City’s agent for administration of the 2021-2022 HOME Investments Partnership Program. (Council Districts: All)Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1852 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Property in the 20th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 42-M, Lot 22 (Council District No. 2 - Zephyr Avenue - southwest side of Zephyr Avenue south of Sherwood Avenue).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1853 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Property in the 13th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 174-N, Lot 91 (Council District No. 9 - Nadir Way - southwest corner of Nadir Way and Formosa Way).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1854 1 ResolutionResolution approving Execution of a Contract for Disposition by Sale of Land between the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and Jacques Moye for the sale of Block 9-M, Lot 176, in the 3rd Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (Council District No. 6 - Cliff Street - side yard sale).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1855 1 ResolutionResolution approving execution of a Contract for Disposition by Sale of Land between the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and Chris Stamler for the sale of Block 50-M, Lot 61, in the 10th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (Council District No. 9 - Kincaid Street - side yard sale).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1856 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the12th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 124-N, Lots 247 and 252 (Council District No. 9 - Meadow Street - southwest side of Meadow Street between Ashley Street and Paulson Avenue).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1857 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Property in the 15th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 56-P, Lot 72-A (Council District No. 5 - Lytle Street - east side of Lytle Street south of West Elizabeth Street).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1858 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the 12th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 124-N, Lots 253, 254, and 255 (Council District No. 9 - Meadow Street - southeast side of Meadow Street north of Paulson Avenue).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1859 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the 5th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 27-B, Lots 392 and 393 (Council District No. 5 - 826 and 828 Shawnee Street).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1860 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the 18th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 15-R, Lots 230 and 281 (Council District No. 3 - 844 Gearing Avenue and 814 Delmont Avenue).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1861 1 ResolutionResolution approving execution of a Contract for Disposition by Sale of Land between the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and Rose Street Ventures, or a related entity, for the sale of Block 10-P, Lots 186, 187, 188, 189, and 190, in the 5th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (Council District No. 6 - 2117-2119, 2121, 2123, 2125, and 2127 Rose Street).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1862 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all 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 Lot 125-B, Lot 46 (Council District No. 9 - Lincoln Avenue - north side of Lincoln Avenue east of Winslow Street).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1863 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the 4th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 11-K, Lots 78 and 78-2 (Council District No. 6 - 2 Seneca Street and 3 Seneca Street).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1864 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh to acquire all the City's Right, Title and Interest, if any, in and to the Publicly-Owned Properties in the 12th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh designated in the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County as Block 125-C, Lots 162, 163, 164, 165, and 166 (Council District No.9 - 979, 981, 983, 985, and 987 Washington Boulevard).Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1876 1 ResolutionResolution approving the recommendation made by the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure that the brick portion of Kambach Street be paved with asphalt in accordance with Section 417.06 of the Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances.Waived under Rule 8  Action details Not available
2021-1876 1 ResolutionResolution approving the recommendation made by the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure that the brick portion of Kambach Street be paved with asphalt in accordance with Section 417.06 of the Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1866 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 321 of 2021, a resolution amending an Agreement or Agreements with eDocs Technologies, LLC (“eDocs”) for licensing services and maintenance and support services to correct the total not-to-exceed amount for the three year extension.Waived under Rule 8  Action details Not available
2021-1866 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 321 of 2021, a resolution amending an Agreement or Agreements with eDocs Technologies, LLC (“eDocs”) for licensing services and maintenance and support services to correct the total not-to-exceed amount for the three year extension.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1867 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title V: Traffic, Article VII: Parking, Chapter 549: Residential Parking Permit Program, so as to clarify the administrative process for the program; provide for virtual permitting; add the permit fees to the City’s annual fee book; adopt regulations for the use of Visitor Permits and Non-Resident Permits; and create the hybrid RPP area program.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1877 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending The City Of Pittsburgh Code, Title Six (“Conduct”), Article III (“Dogs, Cats And Other Animals”), Chapter 633 (“Dogs And Cats”), by adding a new Section 633.25, Prohibiting The Declawing Of Cats.Read and referred  Action details Not available
2021-1865 1 Appointment-InformingResolution informing City Council of the reappointment of Michael Dunleavy as a member of the Sports and Exhibition Authority (SEA) Board for a term to expire December 31, 2024. Mr. Duneavy will continue to serve in a seat designated for a joint appointee from the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1840 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Finance and Law for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1755 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 112 of 2021, which authorized 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 the total spend by $170,000.00 for a new not to exceed amount of $363,200.00. (Executive Session held 9/7/21)Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1756 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution 223 of 2020, by amending the existing Professional Services Agreement with Hawke McKeon & Sniscak, LLP, 100 North Tenth Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101 for legal services in connection with PUC matters by increasing the total spend by $150,000.00 for a new not to exceed amount of $200,000.00. (Executive Session held 9/7/21)Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1757 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in an amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($50,000.00) payable to Community Justice Project, 100 Fifth Avenue, Suite 900, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, for attorney fees in a non-monetary settlement of a litigation matter at 2:12-cv-01600 USDC. (Executive Session held 9/7/21)Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1758 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in the total sum of $8,000.00 to Michael J. Machen, 310 Grant Street, Suite 823, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 for outside legal services pertaining to zoning case SA 19-000750. (Executive Session held 9/7/21)Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1799 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 Works, to accept a donation from the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association of jersey barriers valued at NINE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE DOLLARS AND TWENTY CENTS ($9,349.20)Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1800 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in favor of Paul Surgent, 10 Wakefield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, in the amount of Four Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Dollars and Twenty Nine Cents ($4,999.29) in settlement of a claim for damage to a parked vehicle from a City ES vehicle on January 5, 2021.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1801 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in favor of Daniel Williams, 352 Dinwiddie Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, in the amount of Five Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy Five Dollars and No Cents ($5,775.00) in settlement of a claim for damage to a stopped vehicle from a City Fire vehicle in emergency response on July 11, 2021.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1802 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in favor of Meyer Unkovic Scott, Henry W. Oliver Building, 535 Smithfield St., Suite 1300, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 for professional legal services in connection with Ethics Hearing Board matters for an amount not to exceed Twelve Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Nine Dollars and No Cents ($12,259.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1803 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into an Agreement or Agreements with OnePGH for the completion of a guaranteed personal income project, as approved in the City of Pittsburgh’s American Rescue Plan, at a cost not to exceed Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000).Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2021-1804 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into an Agreement or Agreements with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority (“PPA”) for the completion of the Kirkwood Avenue lot project, as approved in the City of Pittsburgh’s American Rescue Plan, at a cost not to exceed Eighty Thousand Dollars ($80,000).Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2021-1805 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into an Agreement or Agreements with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (“PWSA”) for the completion of lead line replacement projects, as approved in the City of Pittsburgh’s American Rescue Plan, at a cost not to exceed Seventeen Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($17,500,000).Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2021-1806 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into an Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) for the completion of projects approved in the City of Pittsburgh’s American Rescue Plan, at a cost not to exceed Seventy-Four Million Eight Hundred Seventy-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred and Eleven Dollars ($74,878,811).Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2021-1841 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Public Safety Services for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1807 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the City of Pittsburgh Code, Title Six (“Conduct”), Article I (“Regulated Rights and Actions”), by amending Chapter 601 (“Public Order”), Section 601.11 (“Littering and Dumping”) to more clearly define litter and illegal dumping violations and to update penalties to include community restitution.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1842 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Public Works for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1788 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department Public Works to enter into a five year Agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation, for Winter Traffic Services for the period beginning October 15, 2021, and ending April 30, 2026.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1790 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto WILLOW FORTUNE LLC, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, a new projecting sign, at 3508 Butler Street, in the 6th Ward, 7th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1791 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto JOURDAN & STEPHEN SCHMITZ, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, to replace an existing retaining wall and parking pad that extends (5) five feet into the right-of-way, located on Kalamazoo Way, behind the residence of 1439 Morningside Avenue, in the 10th Ward, 7th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1793 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto 3213 PENN LLC, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, to install two (2) entrance canopies and one (1) bus shelter canopy, at 3213 Penn Ave in the 6th Ward, 7th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1794 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto OAKDALE DEVELOPMENT LLC, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, three (3) new projecting light fixtures, at 3824 Penn Ave in the 6th Ward, 7th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1795 1 ResolutionResolution granting unto HULLETT DEVELOPMENT TRIANGLE LP, their successors and assigns, the privilege and license to construct, maintain and use at their own cost and expense, a fire escape on an existing building, 11’-2” above the sidewalk at 701 Smithfield Street, in the 2nd Ward, 6th Council District of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1843 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Human Resources for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1798 1 ResolutionResolution amending Resolution No. 699 of 2019, which authorized the City of Pittsburgh to enter into a Professional Service Agreement(s) with P&A Group for services relating to the administration of the City of Pittsburgh’s Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) program, by exercising the written option to extend the term of the contract by two years at a cost not to exceed Ninety Thousand Dollars ($90,000.00).Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1809 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh City Code, Title One Administrative, Article XI Human Resources, Chapter 189 Leaves of Absence, Section 189.02 Loss of Pregnancy by adding language to establish fully paid bereavement leave for every City employee who experiences pregnancy loss.Passed Finally, As AmendedPass Action details Not available
2021-1844 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1808 1 OrdinanceOrdinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh Code, Title Four: Public Places and Property, Article I: Public Rights of Way, by amending Chapter 420: Uniform Street Naming and Addressing, to update and clarify Subchapters 420.02, 420.03, 420.04, 420.05, 420.08, 420.09, 420.10 & 420.12.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available
2021-1845 1 ReportReport of the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs for September 8, 2021 with an Affirmative Recommendation.Read, Received and Filed  Action details Not available
2021-1796 1 ResolutionResolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, to enter into a cooperation agreement with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy for maintenance of certain plantings and other planting related infrastructure in the public rights of way throughout the City of Pittsburgh at no cost to the City.Passed FinallyPass Action details Not available