Until the first week in January, the case outside the mayor’s office was filled with plaques and testimonials given to the city and former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
Former Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has formed a self-named firm, Ravco Consulting, with a single employee: himself.
Only about two-weeks into the job, but it seems like Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is everywhere.
His name is now on the door, but Mayor Bill Peduto’s office is still full of boxes, as he met with KDKA political editor Jon Delano for his first TV sit-down interview as mayor to discuss key issues facing the city.
Last year, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and eight out of nine council members said it was time for Pittsburgh to end its financially distressed status under Act 47.
“It was emotional,” Pittsburgh’s mayor-elect Bill Peduto told KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Monday afternoon.
Every mayor of Pittsburgh brings a different style and personality to the job — the grandmotherly Sophie Masloff, the technical skills of Tom Murphy, the people-loving Bob O’Connor, and the youthful Luke Ravenstahl — quick impressions come to mind. So what about Bill Peduto?
As the groundbreaking ceremonies wind down and the memorabilia is packed up, Luke Ravenstahl points to three major accomplishments.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he’ll be more visible in the coming weeks. As he toured the new Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District Wednesday, he said he was focusing not only on the market but also on his legacy.
The outgoing Mayor is barely seen or heard from these days, but Wednesday he made a rare public appearance in South Side.
Two high-ranking officials were called to testify as part of an ongoing Grand Jury investigation Wednesday morning.
Entries on the mayor’s bodyguard’s time cards have raise some red flags.
It’s been said that Pittsburgh is in the midst of its third renaissance. Public sector and private business have come together for the ground-breaking of another downtown complex.
There has been a parade of grand jury witnesses and lots of testimony over months and months of time. The allegations have been serious.
The mayor hasn’t been seen much of late — so reporters seized the opportunity to pepper him with questions about the continuing grand jury investigation into his administration.