We are happy to announce that Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Joseph James has ruled that the Pittsburgh City's Billboard Ordinance was justly enacted, denying Lamar Advertising's claims that minor changes made to the bill before the Dec. 19th final vote violated state law.
City Council President Darlene Harris is thrilled to count this as another victory for the forces of scenic preservation in the region.
This program allows individuals and families access to affordable spay and neutering for their pets, cuts down on animal overpopulation, and reduces costs to the City. For more information, contact Animal Care and Control at (412) 255-2036.
About District 1
What's New in District 1?
For the third year in a row City Council President Harris is leading the effort to refund thousands of dollars, owed by the city, to area residents. Nearly 900 people are owed money by the City of Pittsburgh, in amounts ranging from $1 to $6,500. Residents have until February 15, 2014 to claim these funds.
posted 9/25/13 @ 5:00 pm
Tuesday, August 7th is National Night Out. Click here to see a map of Pittsburgh's National Night Out events
posted 8/06/12 @ 2:00 pm
Under the leadership and direction of Council President Harris the city passed an historic Spay and Neuter Program. Please follow the link below for specific information and instructions regarding this program Please call Animal Care & Control for more information 412.255.2036.
posted 4/18/12 @ 10:49 am