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Theresa Kail-Smith was the only council member present at Thursday’s post-agenda meeting.
That’s why Councilman Corey O’Connor’s office is holding a hearing in July.
She wanted to know: Where is black tech in Pittsburgh?
“I want to do things that are transformational, not transaction or treatment.”
And then? “After that, I can’t even begin to make a prediction of what could be on the horizon.”
The district’s neighborhoods are “quirky and charming and not boring” — and she wants to keep it that way.
It’s too late to register, but it’s not too late to get informed.
District 6’s Daniel Lavelle doesn’t want to be a career politician, but there’s still work to do in his Pittsburgh neighborhoods
The Pittsburgh City Council member is running unopposed in the May 16 primary to keep his seat.
District 5 reflects Pittsburgh as a whole — and could be a citywide model — council member Corey O’Connor says
You’ve been warned: He’ll pick up his office phone.
Computers > paper.
Pittsburgh’s District 3 is diverse and complex, but full of reward for Council President Bruce Kraus
The councilmember loves the “neighborly” feel of representing his district.
The numbers behind the claim by the City Council president and neighborhood’s rep.
Pittsburgh’s District 2 has a lot to offer, but also an awareness problem, says councilmember Theresa Kail-Smith
“There’s something for everybody in District 2,” Kail-Smith said.
Circus animals are still allowed in Pittsburgh, and that’s probably not going to change anytime soon
Advocacy group Humane Action Pittsburgh is meeting with the mayor’s staff today — the first day of the Shrine Circus at PPG Paints Arena.