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Regular Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

10:00 AM

City of Pittsburgh

510 City-County Building 414 Grant Street

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Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Council Chambers

City Council

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ONE-HUNDRED FORTIETH COUNCIL

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Bruce A. Kraus, President of Council Council Members: Rev. Ricky V. Burgess, Anthony Coghill, Deborah L. Gross, Darlene M.

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Harris, R. Daniel Lavelle, Corey O'Connor, Theresa Kail-Smith, Erika Strassburger

Brenda F. Pree, City Clerk - Kimberly Clark-Baskin, Deputy City Clerk

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ROLL CALL

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PROCLAMATIONS

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PUBLIC COMMENTS

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS

COUNCILMAN REVEREND RICKY V. BURGESS PRESENTS:

2019-1437 Resolution 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 Maurkice Pouncey of SEVEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ( 7,500.00) to support the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Mounted Unit.
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2019-1438 Resolution authorizing the issuance of a warrant in favor of William J. Miller, Jr. Esquire, 106 Rampart Lane, Ligonier, PA 15658, in an

amount not to exceed Twenty-One Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Dollars and Fifty-One Cents ( 21,720.51) for arbitration services rendered in connection with the City of Pittsburgh and FOP Act 111 Interest Arbitration Award. (Executive Session Requested)
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2019-1439 Resolution amending Resolution 738 authorizing the Mayor and the City Solicitor to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with

Campbell Durrant Beatty Palombo Miller, P.C., 535 Smithfield St., Suite 700, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 for professional legal services and expert advice regarding labor matters by increasing the total cost from Seventy Thousand Dollars and No Cents ( 70,000.00) to Two Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ( 220,000.00). (Executive Session Requested)
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2019-1440 Resolution further amending Resolution No. 863 of 2018, effective January 1, 2019, 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 making various adjustments to CDBG and PAYGO fund sources and programming for URA and PLI capital projects.
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2019-1447 Resolution amending Resolution No. 57, effective January 28, 2019, 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: Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (- 11,000.00) to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 11,000.00).
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REV. BURGESSSPONSOR /S:

2019-1448 Resolution Amending Resolution No. 56, effective January 28, 2019, 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: Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (- 11,000.00) to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 11,000.00)
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REV. BURGESSSPONSOR /S:

2019-1449 Resolution amending Resolution 698, effective October 11, 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 Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (+ 8,500.00) to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 8,500.00)
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2019-1450 Resolution amending Resolution No. 597, effective September 10, 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 Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (- 8,500.00), to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 8,500.00)
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REV. BURGESSSPONSOR /S:

2019-1451 Resolution amending No. 58, effective January 28, 2019 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 CDBG Program; providing for the execution of grant contracts 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: Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (- 4,000.00) to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 4,000.00) and Beechview Manor (- 3,000.00) to Beechview Manor/Housing Management Services (+ 3,000.00)
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REV. BURGESS AND MR. COGHILLSPONSOR /S:

2019-1452 Resolution amending Resolution No. 59, effective January 28, 2019 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, 2015 CDBG at a cost not to exceed 895,000.00; so as to reprogram funds within City Council from Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center (- 4,000.00), to Bloomfield Garfield Corporation (+ 4,000.00) and: Beechview Manor (- 3,000.00) to Beechview Manor/Housing Management Services (+ 3,000.00).
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REV. BURGESS AND MR. COGHILLSPONSOR /S:

COUNCILMAN ANTHONY COGHILL PRESENTS:

2019-1441 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of Parks and Recreation to enter into a Sponsorship Agreement for the support of the City

of Pittsburgh s Citisports Baseball and Softball teams.
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COUNCILWOMAN DEBORAH L. GROSS PRESENTS:

2019-1442 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into an Agreement or Agreements with

Urban Design Ventures, LLC for services relating to the administration of the City s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) programs for a sum not to exceed One Hundred Ninety-One Thousand Dollars ( 191,000.00) over three years and for the payment of the costs thereof.
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COUNCILWOMAN DARLENE M. HARRIS PRESENTS:

2019-1453 Resolution amending Resolution 103, effective February 14, 2019, 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: as to transfer funds within City Council from: District 1 (- 19,700.00) to Bridge Committee (+ 10,000.00), Allen Place Community Services (+ 3,500.00), Brightwood Civic Group (+ 5,000.00), Artist Image Resources (+ 1,200.00) and Beechview Manor (- 5,000.00) to Beechview Manor/Housing Management Services (+ 5,000.00) .
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MRS. HARRIS AND MR. COGHILLSPONSOR /S:

2019-1454 Resolution amending Resolution 102 effective February 14, 2019 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 735,000.00: as to transfer funds within the City Council as follows: District 1 (- 19,700.00) to Bridge Committee (+ 10,000.00), Allen Place Community Services (+ 3,500.00), Brightwood Civic Group (+ 5,000.00), Artist Image Resources (+ 1,200.00) and Beechview Manor (- 5,000.00) to Beechview Manor/Housing Management Services (+ 5,000.00).
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MRS. HARRIS AND MR. COGHILLSPONSOR /S:

COUNCILMAN R. DANIEL LAVELLE PRESENTS:

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2019-1443 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of Public Safety to enter on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh into an Amended Professional

Services Agreement or Agreements with Freedom Indeed LLC/Reverend Cornell Jones for continued professional services as a Multi-Strategy Coordinator. These services are in regards to the National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice and the City s grant agreement with the Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, as previously authorized by Resolution No. 398 of 2016, at a total cost not to exceed FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS and NO CENTS ( 15,000.00). Said Amended Agreement(s) shall be extended for a period of three months, bringing the overall value of the Amended Agreement to 135,000, with the previous 120,000 funded from said grant, while the City issues a new RFP for the same services later in 2019.
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2019-1444 Resolution providing for the issuance of a warrant in favor of Peacekeeper Products International in the amount of Twenty-Nine Thousand

Three Hundred Ten Dollars and Thirty-Four Cents ( 29,310.34) for the purchase of equipment for the Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Police.
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COUNCILWOMAN THERESA KAIL-SMITH PRESENTS:

2019-1445 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and/or the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure and/or the Director of the Department

of Finance, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, to enter into all necessary Agreements to acquire and secure a right-of-way and temporary construction easements, as-needed, to advance certain remediation work in or around Streets Run.
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2019-1446 Resolution amending and supplementing resolution number 728 of 2018, entitled Resolution authorizing the Mayor and Director of the

Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) to execute relevant agreements to receive grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation s Green Light - Go Grant for Central business district signal improvements and further providing for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY FIVE ( 3,560,565.00) dollars for this stated purpose in order to authorize expenditure of a local match not to exceed eight hundred ninety thousand one hundred and two dollars ( 890,142.00) necessary to obtain grant funding.
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2019-1455 Resolution amending Resolution No. 52, effective January 28, 2019 entitled: Amending the Capital Budget and pro viding 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 2012 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 correct a job number within City Council for Mt, Washington Community Development Corporation .
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2019-1456 Resolution amending Resolution No. 53, effective January 28, 2019, entitled, 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 residents of the City of Pittsburgh, so as to correct a job number within City Council: from Mt. Washington Community Development Corporation .
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2019-1457 Resolution amending Resolution 60, effective January 28, 2019, 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 issue a name change within City Council budget: Stop the Violence Pittsburgh ( - 2,500.00) to POISE Foundation/Stop the Violence Pittsburgh (+ 2,500.00) Washington Heights Ecumenical Food Bank (- 5,000.00) to Saint Mary of the Mount Church/ Washington Heights Ecumenical Food Bank (+ 5,000.00)
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2019-1458 Resolution amending Resolution No. 61, effective January 28, 2019 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 perform a name change within City Council from: Stop the Violence Pittsburgh (- 2,500.00) to POISE Foundation/Stop the Violence Pittsburgh (+ 2,500.00), and Washington Heights Ecumenical Food Bank (- 5,000.00) to Saint Mary of the Mount Church/ Washington Heights Ecumenical Food Bank (+ 5,000.00)
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MRS. KAIL-SMITHSPONSOR /S:

COUNCILWOMAN ERIKA STRASSBURGER PRESENTS:

2019-1459 Ordinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances at Title VI: Conduct, Article I: Regulated Actions and Rights, by

repealing the existing language of Chapter 619: Refuse Collection and Recycling, in its entirety and replacing it with a new Chapter 619: Municipal Waste and Recycling to streamline municipal waste and recycling practices in the City of Pittsburgh.
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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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2019-1382 Resolution appointing Dr. Shannah Tharp Gilliam as a member of the Board of Directors of the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority for a term

to expire on March 26, 2020. This seat was previously filled by Greg Jones.
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Legislative History

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2/12/19 City Council Held, Pending Interview to the Committee on Hearings

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Interview Held Meeting went into Recess

Meeting Reconvened

REPORTS OF COMMITTEE - FINAL ACTION

COUNCILMAN REVEREND RICKY V. BURGESS PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND LAW

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2019-1431 Report of the Committee on Finance and Law for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2019-1396 Resolution providing for the conveyance by the City of Pittsburgh of certain property, having been placed for sale to adjoining property

owners in conjunction with the City of Pittsburgh Side Yard Program. ITEMS A through H: A: 2022 5th, B: 576 Blessing, C: 526 Lincoln, D: 6623 Shetland, E: 0 Hazelwood, F: 737 Industry, G: 321 Cedarhurst, H: 0 California
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Finance and Law

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1397 Resolution providing for the sale of certain property, acquired by the City of Pittsburgh at tax sales. ITEMS A through L: A: 504 Lowell,

B: 506 Lowell, C: 6513 Meadow, D: 6501 Meadow, E: 6503 Meadow, F: 6507 Meadow, G: 6824 5th, H: 27 Tecumseh, I: 5011 Lytle, J: 0 Lettie Hill, K: 3821 Wilksboro, L: 1617 Brownsville 0 Brownsville
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Finance and Law

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1398 Resolution repealing items in Resolutions approved on various dates, which authorized the sale of property in various wards of the City of

Pittsburgh, due to an incompletion of sale. Items A and B: A: 515 Lowell, B: 17 Curtin
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Finance and Law

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1399 Resolution providing for the filing of petitions for the sale of certain property, acquired at tax sales, to a City of Pittsburgh based

Community Development Corporation, for the purpose of advancing the interests of the community through redevelopment. ITEMS A and B. A: 846 East Ohio, B: 302 W Burgess
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Finance and Law

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

COUNCILMAN R. DANIEL LAVELLE PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES

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2019-1432 Report of the Committee on Public Safety Services for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2019-1401 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Safety to enter, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, into an

Agreement or Agreements with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) for training and certification services regarding Public Safety boat operations at a sum not to exceed Three Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ( 360,000.00) and providing for the payment of the costs thereof.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Safety Services

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2/27/19 Standing Committee AMENDED

2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended as Amended

COUNCILWOMAN THERESA KAIL-SMITH PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS

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2019-1433 Report of the Committee on Public Works for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2019-1406 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for

grant funding from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to construct Streetscape Updates to Walnut Street in the Shadyside Neighborhood s business district. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ( 250,000.00) for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

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2019-1407 Resolution vacating a portion of Spruce Way situated in the 6th Ward, 7th Council District in the City of Pittsburgh,

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Legislative History

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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1408 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for grant funding

from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to expand and redevelop Homewood Park. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ( 250,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1409 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for grant funding

from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to renovate the Jefferson Recreation Center. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ( 250,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

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2019-1410 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for grant funding

from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to replace the Robert E. Williams Community Center. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ( 250,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1411 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for grant funding

from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to renovate the South Side Park. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ( 250,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1412 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Department of Public Works of the City of Pittsburgh to apply for grant funding

from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (RAAC) s Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund to renovate Stevens School in Council District 2. In the event the grant is awarded, this resolution provides for an agreement and expenditures not to exceed TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ( 250,000.00) dollars for this stated purpose.
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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Public Works

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

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COUNCILWOMAN DARLENE M. HARRIS PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES

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2019-1434 Report of the Committee on Human Resources for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2019-1400 Resolution providing that the City of Pittsburgh enter into a Professional Services Agreement(s) and/or Contracts with consultants and/or

service providers for professional services in connection with Civil Service and MPOETC required assessment and evaluation of Public Safety candidates, and providing for payment of the cost thereof. Cost not to exceed 160,000.00.
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Legislative History

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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Human Resources

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

COUNCILWOMAN DEBORAH L. GROSS PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON LAND USE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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2019-1435 Report of the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2018-1008 Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article I, Section 902.03 Zoning Map, by changing from R1A-H, Residential

Single-Unit Attached, High Density District to LNC, Local Neighborhood Commercial District, certain property roughly bounded by Larimer Avenue, Maxwell Way, Stoebner Way and Meadow Street; all in the Allegheny County Block and Lot System, 12th Ward. (Public Hearing held 2/20/19)
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Legislative History

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10/23/18 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development

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10/31/18 Standing Committee Held for Public Hearing to the Committee on Hearings

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10/31/18 Standing Committee Withdrawn

10/31/18 Standing Committee Referred for Report and Recommendation to the Commission - Planning Commission

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1/16/19 Standing Committee Held for Public Hearing to the Committee on Hearings

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2/20/19 Committee on Hearings Public Hearing Held to the Committee on Land Use and Economic Development

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2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

COUNCILMAN COREY O'CONNOR PRESENTS COMMITTEE ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

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2019-1436 Report of the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs for February 27, 2019 with an Affirmative Recommendation.

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2019-1395 Ordinance amending and supplementing Pittsburgh Code, Title One, Administrative, Article IX-Boards, Commissions and Authorities, Chapter

179A, Clean Pittsburgh Commission: Section 179A.01 subsections (a) and (g); 170A.02 Commission Members, subsections (a) and (b); 179A.03 Meetings and Chair, subsection (g); 179A.04 Powers and Duties of the Commission, subsection (d); 179A.05 Reauthorization of the Commission; and 179A.06 Effective Date to update the purposes, meeting rules, membership, activities and remove the requirement that the Commission be reauthorized.
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Legislative History

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2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs

Tagged Passions:council and intergovernmental

2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1402 Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to enter into a Cooperation Agreement or

Agreements with the Alliance for Infants and Toddlers for the shared operation and administration of the City of Pittsburgh Child Care Quality Fund for a period of two (2) years from the opening of the fund, in an amount not to exceed Two Million Dollars ( 2,000,000.00) and for the payment of the costs thereof.
Tagged Passions:budget and Child Care

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs

Tagged Passions:council and intergovernmental

2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

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March 5, 2019City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Tagged Passions:council

2019-1403 Resolution adopting Plan Revision to the City of Pittsburgh s Official Sewage Facilities Plan for UPMC Mercy Vision and Rehabilitation

Hospital at UPMC Mercy, 1626 Locust Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-5933.
Tagged Passions:hospital, streets, strategic, and healthcare

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs

Tagged Passions:council and intergovernmental

2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

2019-1404 Resolution adopting Plan Revision to the City of Pittsburgh s Official Sewage Facilities Plan for Proposed Grace Street Residences at the

intersection of Grace Street Mann Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15211.
Tagged Passions:streets

Legislative History

Tagged Passions:history

2/19/19 City Council Read and referred to the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs

Tagged Passions:council and intergovernmental

2/27/19 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended

MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS

EXCUSE ABSENT MEMBERS

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

ADJOURNMENT

LEGISLATION PRESENTED BY SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER

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