John Weinstein

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Natrona’s Boathouse Hotel Closed For Delinquent Taxes

The county treasurer has closed the Boathouse Hotel for not paying the county alcohol and beverage tax.

01/24/2014

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2 Local Bars Getting Padlocked For Failing To Pay Taxes

Two local bars have been padlocked after failing to pay Allegheny County alcoholic drink taxes.

05/17/2013

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Property Tax Deadline Extended Due To Error

Property owners in Allegheny County have extra time to pay this year’s tax bill. That’s because the first round of tax bills printed are wrong, over-charging you. And now, it’s the county that will have to pay to fix the problem.

02/07/2013

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Rob Pratte’s Family Portrait Of John Weinstein

Rob Pratte continued his family portrait series with Allegheny County county Treasure John Weinstein and his father Mel.

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA–05/13/2012

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Allegheny County Taxpayers Get Extension

If you think your Allegheny County property taxes are due in the county treasurer’s office on March 31st like most years, think again.

03/21/2012

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County Controller Chelsa Wagner Addresses Pay Raise

Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner hasn’t returned calls so KDKA’s Andy Sheehan approached her at a press conference.

01/17/2012

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County Council To Probe Controller, Treasurer Pay Raises

There is more fallout tonight over that 35 percent pay raise that two county officials gave themselves. County Council is now investigating.

01/13/2012

Allegheny County Treasurer John Weinstein accepted a 35 percent salary increase.  (Credit: KDKA)

Allegheny County Treasurer Defends 35 Percent Raise

Taxpayers are not in a good mood and public officials assigning themselves a hefty raise rubs them the wrong way.

01/12/2012

Allegheny County Treasurer John Weinstein accepted a 35 percent salary increase.  (Credit: KDKA)

KDKA Investigates: County Officials Get Big Pay Raises Without Oversight

County Controller Chelsa Wagner and Treasurer John Weinstein have accepted a salary bump of more than $20,000 each without any public review or scrutiny.

01/11/2012

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