Invoices from the special events office of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police
These documents contain all invoices from the Special Events Office of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police from 2009 to 2012. On the spreadsheet, the "employer" is the firm or organization that hired the police officers for secondary detail work. The "employee" identifies the payments made to the police officer. Where dollar figures are listed, the payment flowed through the Special Events Office and the City of Pittsburgh to the officers' paychecks. Where the payment is listed as $0, the employer paid the officers directly in cash or checks.
Patrick was a guest on 90.5 WESA's program Essential Pittsburgh, where he discussed the need for more mid-level police management resources in Pittsburgh Zone 5 police department. Sergeants serve as vital immediate managers for officer patrolling our streets, and are needed in higher numbers to ensure proper training, coaching, leadership, and support for our officers on the streets. Listen to the segment by following this link.
posted 2/08/13 @ 2:02 pm
Patrick talks City Council redistricting
In the first-ever District 7 videocast, Councilman Dowd provides an overview of the redistricting process and welcomes the new residents of Bloomfield, Friendship, and the Strip District to District 7.
posted 1/08/13 @ 4:09 pm
Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy appears before Council regarding Strip District redevelopment
Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy returned to the City-County building for the first time since leaving office in 2006 to advise Council to look closely at the proposed Strip District redevelopment plan, ensuring a "world class" riverfront development. Watch the entire testimony below!
Councilman Patrick Dowd has introduced legislation that would kickoff the public process leading to the establishment of a Business Improvement District (BID) in District 7’s Lawrenceville neighborhood. The Business Improvement District, which would be facilitated through the Lawrenceville Corporation, is planned to cover businesses along Penn Avenue at Doughboy Square from 40th to 45th streets and Butler Street between 34th and 57th streets. Take a look below for more information about the Business Improvement District, and be sure to stay connected to the District 7 website for more information about the upcoming public process relating to the Business Improvement District.
Click here to take a look at the documents and legislation relating to the plan.