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Thursday, September 19, 2019

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My office fields many inquiries daily in helping our constituents to access beneficial government programs. One program our staff consistently gets questions on is the Medicare Low Income Subsidy/Extra Help Program. Some states previously referred to this as the Medicare Buy-In program. In the past, the program’s application and...
There are a few pieces of legislation before City Council right now that directly affect the quality of life of Pittsburghers, and I encourage your input. I am very encouraged by legislation recently introduced by Councilman Doug Shields entitled Massage Establishment and Practitioner Licensing, Bill 2011-1635, geared toward eliminating sex...
One of the many hats I get to don as a councilman is that of chair of the Urban Recreation Committee, under which purview falls the oversight of the city’s park system. Pittsburgh is blessed with an abundance of green spaces and public parks. They are democratic spaces that...
Potential homebuyers will find that the Northside offers a variety of amenities, including museums, restaurants, coffee shops and friendly neighbors. They will also find many housing options, such as single-family homes, multi-family homes, as well as condos and townhomes. It is important that consumers aren’t caught off guard when...