City Council OKs 2 top Peduto nominees
Pittsburgh City County on Tuesday unanimously confirmed two high-ranking members of Mayor Bill Peduto's administration.
Mike Gable, 59, is director of the Department of Public Works. His salary is $100,889 a year.
Todd Siegel, 52, heads the Department of Personnel Department & Civil Service Commission. His salary is $96,410 a year.
Both served as acting department directors after Peduto nominated them earlier this year.
The city's Home Rule Charter requires council confirmation for top city administrators.
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