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City Council to vote on new City Clerk today


August 29, 2017

Pittsburgh City Council will consider legislation nominating Brenda Pree as the new Pittsburgh City Clerk. Ms. Pree will be nominated to replace Mary Beth Doheny upon her retirement at at City Council meeting today, Tuesday, Aug. 29.

The City Clerk is the official record keeper for the city and the clerk and staff provide executive support services to all members of City Council. The clerk has jurisdiction over the custody of city legislation, provides agenda management and minutes, video streaming services and the codification of city ordinances. The position is a three-year appointment and requires the vote of city council.

Ms. Pree is a native of Mississippi where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Rust College. She served as City Clerk for the City of Jackson, Mississippi and then as a Management Analyst II for Fairfax County Office of Elections.

She has 18 years of municipal and county court experience, as well as official certifications from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. She has affiliations with the National Association of Parliamentarians, Government Finance Officers Assoc., the National League of Cities and the Mississippi Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials.


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