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#OccupyPittsburgh News

18. October 2011

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#OccupyPittsburgh News

So we have visitors and locals alike spending their time in downtown Pittsburgh for #OccupyPittsburgh. It’s been an ongoing rally over various states…

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Port Authority Cuts Now In Effect

28. March 2011

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Port Authority Cuts Now In Effect

The Pittsburgh Port Authority sucks, but alas, that’s not something anyone doesn’t know. Today is the start of the new cuts from around the city and in various towns that lead into the city. Which is a joke…

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Pittsburgh Council Says No To Parking Lease

12. October 2010

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Pittsburgh Council Says No To Parking Lease

Thank freaking God that this plan didn’t go through, Pittsburgh would have been crushed by it severely. Mayor Ravenstahl had the bright idea to privatize the parking leases throughout the city in order to try and figure out the pension system…

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Pittsburgh Parking Dilemma

30. September 2010

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Pittsburgh Parking Dilemma

So yesterday, if you’re following me on twitter(@YinzPittsburgh), you probably saw me complaining about the Pittsburgh parking rates that were being considered.  I’m pretty sure this has been old news since the summer…

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North Shore Connector – No. 3 On Wasteful Spending List

4. August 2010

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North Shore Connector – No. 3 On Wasteful Spending List

Luke Ravenstahl and Dan Onorato can’t be happy about this. Their highly “touted” economic boost project failed, and it’s failed hard. Not to mention that it’s failing and it’s not even open up yet. The North Shore Connector has been rated the 3rd highest wasteful spending project by stimulus tax payer money. That just isn’t great news to hear, in fact, people of Pittsburgh should be outraged….

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Pennsylvania Speaks Up

19. May 2010

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Pennsylvania Speaks Up

Yesterday was primary election day for our lovely state of Pennsylvania. It’s now more than apparent that Pennsylvanians want change as well, and removed politicians

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Ravenstahl, Friend of the Sugary Drink Tax

16. March 2010

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Ravenstahl, Friend of the Sugary Drink Tax

I’d like to read a little quote to you that the Post-Gazette posted today about Mayor Luke Ravenstahl. He’s come out in the public and said he supports the Sugary Drink Tax. Now, what’s the Sugary Drink Tax you might say?

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Table Games Set For Arrival In Pittsburgh

5. January 2010

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Table Games Set For Arrival In Pittsburgh

Well, I guess this could be considered great news for Pennsylvania’s cash reserve, as the Pennsylvania state legislatures are ready to accept a final deal on a bill that includes the introduction of table games to casinos around the state…

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Welcome to 2010 Pittsburgh!

4. January 2010

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Welcome to 2010 Pittsburgh!

Well, were all back to a full work week and ready to go at the office I guess. The Steelers losing hopefully put a lot of things in perspective for a lot of yinzer faithful out there…

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Onorato says Tuiton Tax is Wrong Approach *Updated*

10. December 2009

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Onorato says Tuiton Tax is Wrong Approach *Updated*

Wow, I never thought I’d hear myself say this. For once, I agree with Dan Onorato. He agrees with Luke Ravenstahl about trying to recover the $6 million

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