In this episode Mayor Peduto talks about the Trump administration's proposed budget. He also speaks about his trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos and how the Trump administration's budget & education plans could affect Pittsburgh.
In this episode Mayor Peduto talks about regional transportation, The Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) & OnePittsburgh Resiliency plan for the future of Pittsburgh.
Peduto ‘Treasured’ Relationship With Obama, Wary Of Trump Administration
A real conversation with Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto from PghSpot.com on Vimeo.
The Mayoral Primary Race is just three months away which means it's time to gather petitions. We need all hands on deck to help put Bill Peduto on the ballot for Mayor of Pittsburgh! There will be three petition gathering-shifts next weekend.
Many of our communities are powerless today to slum landlords, vacant buildings and blighted properties. They invite crime and neglect into our neighborhoods, robbing them of their promise and pushing them to the brink. There is a bill before City Council right now that would revolutionize our ability to recycle abandoned, neglected properties and put them back into productive use. I am asking you to e-mail City Council today and tell them that we need the Land Bank Bill to pass.
I wanted to remind you that if you haven't already applied to join one of my Transition Teams, the deadline to do so is tomorrow, November 18, at 5pm.
Rebuilding our neighborhoods begins on Tuesday, and I hope you'll join me for an Election Night party in the neighborhood my grandmother was born and raised -- Homewood. The celebration will be at the Homewood Coliseum (7310 Frankstown Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221) beginning when polls close at 8pm.
Dutch McDonald and Becky Mingo are Pittsburgh treasures—they have been instrumental in making the neighborhood of Friendship what it is today. Dutch and Becky have contributed so much to City of Pittsburgh and its people and now they need your help for their family.
Last night, we made history, and today, we are a step closer to a New Pittsburgh. Our New Coalition was built from the ground up. It encompasses ordinary Pittsburghers from North, South, East and West. Pittsburghers from labor to environmentalists, from women's groups to youth, from the LGBT community to a broad base of elected officials. We built our support from every race, gender and corner of this city. And, we could not have done this without you.