2012-0143, passed 3/13, Sponsored by Councilman Lavelle
Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh City Code, Title Six: Conduct, Article VI: Citizen Police Review Board, Chapter §662.04(e), Section (7), by delineating the process to follow should the appointing authority fail to designate a successor for an expired seat in the Citizens Police Review Board, and amending Pittsburgh City Code, Title Six: Conduct, Article VI: Citizen Police Review Board, Chapter §662.04(f), Sections (2) & (3), by delineating the process to follow for nominations of vacant terms to the Citizens Police Review Board that require confirmation from the Mayor, and for vacant terms requiring confirmation from City Council.
2012-0014, passed 4/17, Sponsored by Councilman Lavelle
Ordinance amending and supplementing the Pittsburgh Code, Title Two-Fiscal, Article Three-Depositories, Chapter 221-Contracts, by requiring financial institutions seeking to become City depositories to make a commitment to community reinvestment and responsible banking and instructing the City Controller to evaluate banks with which the City does business as to their success or failure in meeting this commitment.
2012-0244, passed 5/8, Sponsored by Councilpersons Lavelle, Burgess, Harris, Dowd and Smith
Resolution authorizing a Cooperative Agreement or Agreements with the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and the Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County providing for the assignment of parking tax revenues from New interim parking on the footprint of the Civic Arena for the purpose of Hill Redevelopment.
2012-0702, passed 9/4, Presented by Councilman Lavelle
Resolution authorizing the Mayor or the Director of City Planning, to enter into a Grant Agreement with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) as a participant in the IBM Smarter Cities Challenge. IBM will provide $350,000.00 in consulting services at their own expense. The services are in support of IBM staff who will help the City of Pittsburgh identify ways to improve or enhance transportation solutions.
2012-0530, passed 12/4, Sponsored by Councilpersons Lavelle and Burgess
Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code by adding new language and amending current language to elevate the Equal Opportunity Review Commission to departmental status, as well as provide it with the ability to track minority and female business participation in city contracts.
2012-0533, passed 12/4, Sponsored by Councilpersons Lavelle and Burgess
Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Solicitor to enter into an agreement or agreements or contract or contracts for the purpose of updating the City's disparity study, at a cost not to exceed $250,000.
2010-0568, passed 7/12, Sponsored by all of Council
Ordinance requiring the retrofitting of construction vehicles at City subsidized projects. Also known as the “Clean Air Act of 2010”, the intent is to reduce air-pollution levels in the City of Pittsburgh.
2011-1480, passed 3/22
Ordinance authorizing the City of Pittsburgh to enter into an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with the County of Allegheny under which the City and the County jointly will share and implement a financial reporting system known as Enterprise Resource Planning.
2011-1615, died at the end of the 2011 legislative calendar, but has been reintroduced in 2012
Ordinance prohibiting unfair discrimination in city hiring practices against persons previously convicted. Also known as the ban-the-box initiative, this bill would not require job applicants applying for City contracted positions to disclose prior convictions on their criminal record.
2011-1916, passed 12/20, Sponsored by Councilman Dowd, Lavelle & Shields
Ordinance regulating the use of electronic media for advertising and non-advertising signs as a special exception. Among the provisions included in the bill are restrictions as to where new electronic sign can be located, defined light level limits for electronic signs, and the creation of a mechanism for establishing special signage design districts. Councilman Lavelle has introduced an amendment that adds a definition for mid-level public destination facilities, which would provide guidelines for areas such as the Cultural District Downtown.
2011-2244, passed 11/14, Sponsored by Councilman Lavelle
Ordinance prohibiting refuse collection activities between the hours of 10pm-6am within any residentially zoned district, within 1000ft of a residentially zoned district, and within 100ft of a residential structure. A residential structure is defined in the bill as a structure where at least 50% of the floor space is used for residential purposes. This bill was created to protect residents downtown.
2011-2317, passed 11/29, Sponsored by Councilman Lavelle & Peduto
Ordinance suspending nighttime parking enforcement of parking meters after 6pm until January 1, 2013. An additional clause also suspends enforcement after 4pm on Fridays and all day Saturday and Sunday until January 1, 2012.
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