Surrounded by supporters, former Allegheny County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty announced a comeback try for his old office.
He was accused of using a county-issued Jeep Cherokee to attend political events without compensating the taxpayers for the mileage driven.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rich Fitzgerald claims Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner rarely shows up at her office. But we found her there Friday. KDKA’s Paul Martino: “How often are you here?” Wagner: “My average work […]
They’re political enemies, but Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wager says she’s just doing her job holding a news conference chastising County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s use of his county car.
Allegheny County taxpayers will pay more in taxes than the law allows, according to a charge made by County Controller Chelsa Wagner on Thursday.
In case you missed the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News here are some of the highlights.
A little sticker testifying to proper weights and measurements by Allegheny County continues to stir the political waters. After former County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty posted stickers with his name on gas pumps and scales, the new controller Chelsa Wagner tried to do the same.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner says the 2011 property reassessment by Tyler Technologies technically complied with the contract — but that was because there was such a low standard of accountability.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA by County Controller Chelsa Wagner and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined by William McKain, the Allegheny County manager.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner hasn’t returned calls so KDKA’s Andy Sheehan approached her at a press conference.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined today on NewsRadio1020 by Allegheny County Councilman Matt Drozd.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner has resigned her seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives after a five years of service.
There is more fallout tonight over that 35 percent pay raise that two county officials gave themselves. County Council is now investigating.
Taxpayers are not in a good mood and public officials assigning themselves a hefty raise rubs them the wrong way.