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Revolving door spins on Zone 3 commander, again

The revolving door to the Zone 3 police commander's office has once again turned bringing in newly named Commander Lawrence Ross III while pushing out Commander RaShall Brackney. In the shuffling of police supervisory personnel, Commander Brackney...


Zoning isn't the way to win the bar war

On Tuesday, Jan. 23 the Pittsburgh Planning Commission will consider making a change to zoning in Local Neighborhood Commercial (LNC) districts that among other things would place limitations on the number of liquor licenses that could be located in...


Huge sucking noise is closer than you think

I write you today as a native son, born and raised here, hoping to alarm enough people into action. In 1996, the Presidential race consisted of Clinton, Dole and Perot. Most candidates offer one or two good ideas amidst a plethora of poor ones and Ro...


Councilman Koch should have listened

City Council has all but collectively turned its back on residents of the South Side Flats and Slopes. In the preliminary vote taken on Wednesday Sept. 20, and the final vote on Tuesday, Sept. 26, Councilman Motznick, from Carrick, was the only...


Council should reconsider before voting for towers

There are many neighborhoods that envy South Side for what it has including a robust business district, a growing population, one of the best elementary schools in the city and a plan, The South Side Neighborhood Plan. The South Side Neighborhood...


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