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Stanton Wettick was unhappy to learn that Allegheny County officials had failed to submit a plan to comply with his order to complete a countywide reassessment. He was even less happy when he learned why it hadn't been done. Ed Schoenenberger, the
Clair, said that all three pieces of legislation "are of tremendous importance," in evaluating the activities, contributions and role of nonprofit organizations to county government, the city, and the region. "We as council members owe the residents
Fulton, 47, of Mount Washington, has been a fundraiser for the University of Pittsburgh's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. She worked for the Soffer Organization, which redeveloped
Braddock, slated for Jan. 31, community members have mobilized efforts to change the hospital's mind, starting last Thursday with a rally that drew a few hundred people. The objective of the working group, facilitated by Allegheny County Executive
Steel Chairman and CEO John Surma announced today that Christine Fulton, a longtime fundraising and real estate expert, has been named the executive director of the Allegheny County Parks Foundation. Mr. Onorato launched the foundation -- which Mr.
Generally good, but his unwillingness to deal with some areas where values have changed has now created a major issue that is going to cost millions to deal with and will, among other things, serve to make more money for lawyers...My county property
After the state Supreme Court in April told the county to get on with it, Judge Stanton Wettick ordered Mr. Onorato to come up with a plan...So the judge devised his own plan and told the county this month to implement it...The institute notes that
African-American members of this community," said Braddock Councilwoman Tina Doose...Braddock was losing money, the hospital system is getting ready to build a new $250 million facility in Monroeville. "They're abandoning the Braddock area and they'
Tom Knox, a wealthy Philadelphia businessman running for the Democratic nomination for governor, has proposed a series of fundraising and election reform measures. Yesterday, in the first policy statement of his campaign to carry the Democratic
In fact, council voted unanimously to sustain Mr. Onorato's veto of the fee on nonprofit organizations, after Mr. Onorato said the measure violates state law. Both measures were overwhelmingly approved by council two weeks ago. But Mr. Onorato vetoed