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2014-01-09 23:04:33

NoWait, an App Allowing Diners to Remotely Add Their Name to Restaurant Wait Lists, See Pittsburgh Start as a Factor in Their Success Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 09, 2014 Manufacturing built the city of Pittsburgh and steel industry built the urban centers that house the economic centers across the world. The industry’s collapse put the region’s very survival in question. The Pittsburgh of today is a diversified economy with a robust technology center. Technology companies, such...

2014-01-03 16:21:31

PITTSBURGH, Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Happy New Year! The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists welcome new Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Wednesday, Jan. 15, for an evening meeting at 6 p.m. at the Engineers Society, 337 Fourth Avenue, Downtown. He'll give members and guests a preview of his administration's major goals and plans, leaving plenty of time for audience questions. Dinner reservations are...

2013-04-04 16:23:15

LEMOYNE, Pa., April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pittsburgh Democratic Mayoral primary is a two-person race between Jack Wagner and Bill Peduto, according to a poll released by Keystone Analytics®. Former Auditor General Jack Wagner has gained significant support since announcing his candidacy, with 38 percent of likely voters saying they would vote for him if the election were held today. Current Councilman Bill Peduto has held relatively steady with 31 percent support. Both...

2013-03-07 12:25:43

LEMOYNE, Pa., March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pittsburgh Democratic Mayoral primary is wide open after the announcement by current Mayor Luke Ravenstahl that he will not seek re-election, according to a poll released by Keystone Analytics®. Current Councilman Bill Peduto appears strongest out of the gate polling the highest among five potential candidates tested. Peduto, along with City Controller Michael Lamb, both have very strong name recognition with these voters but...

2009-10-26 15:44:00

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In its next step towards creating a greener Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Climate Initiative (PCI) will introduce green city code language changes to Pittsburgh's City Council tomorrow. Working with Councilman Bill Peduto, the City's sustainability coordinator, and Duquesne University Law School, PCI has bundled proposed code changes that would make many recommendations of the Pittsburgh Climate Action Plan possible. These modifications would...

2008-07-09 03:00:16

By Jeremy Boren, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 9--Saving trees from the chain saw could become a little easier in Pittsburgh. Legislation introduced Tuesday to City Council would give homeowners a month's notice to lodge a protest before city foresters remove hundreds of trees citywide identified as "structurally unsound." The proposal is a reaction to public outcry over the city's plan to remove 555 suspect trees from Squirrel Hill and other eastern neighborhoods. City officials...

2008-07-09 00:00:16

Homeowners should be informed and given the right to lodge a protest before city foresters remove trees from shady Pittsburgh streets, according to new legislation announced today in City Council. The proposal, introduced by Councilman Bill Peduto, is partially a reaction to public outcry over the city's plan to remove 555 trees from Squirrel Hill and other eastern neighborhoods because they were deemed to be "structurally unsound." City officials put a moratorium on the tree removals in...