Peduto invites public to offer concerns, suggestions at 'mayor's night in'
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Monday invited city residents to share their concerns and ideas for city government during a Wednesday night meeting with him and his top advisors.
Peduto scheduled his first “mayor's night in” for 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in City Council Chambers on the fifth floor of the City-County Building, 414 Grant St., Downtown.
The mayor met with residents last month during a “mayor's night out” event at a city recreation center in Beltzhoover.
He plans to continue the meetings, alternating between neighborhood locations and the City-County Building.
The sessions provide residents with an opportunity to speak one-on-one with Peduto and top administrators.
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