Pittsburgh City Council

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The Pittsburgh City Council is the legislative body of the City of Pittsburgh. It consists of nine members.[1] City council members are chosen by plurality elections in each of nine districts.

Current membership

The current members of the city council are:[2]

District Name Took Office Party
1 Darlene Harris 2006 Dem
2 Theresa Kail-Smith 2009[3] Dem
3 Bruce Kraus† 2008 Dem
4 Anthony Coghill 2010 Dem
5 Corey O'Connor 2012 Dem
6 R. Daniel Lavelle 2010 Dem
7 Deborah Gross 2014 Dem
8 <VACANT> 2014 Dem
9 Rev. Ricky Burgess 2008 Dem

† Denotes Council President (since 2014[4])

Past Presidents

Past members[8]

  • Bill Peduto (2002–14)
  • Barbara Burns (2000–04)
  • Sala Udin (1997-2007)
  • Dan Onorato (1992-2000)
  • Patrick Dowd (2008-2013)
  • Christopher Smith (?-1997)
  • Michael Coyne (1988–92)
  • Bernard Regan (?-1992)
  • Jack Wagner (1984–94)
  • Alan Hertzberg 2003?[9]
  • Jim Ferlo (1988-2002)
  • Otis Lyons, Jr. (1988–89)
  • Mark Pollock (1986–89)
  • Stephen Grabowski (1984–88)
  • Ben Woods (1981–89)
  • Thomas E. Flaherty (1980–83)
  • Jim O'Malley (1980–87)
  • Michelle Madoff (1978–94)
  • William Robinson (1978–85)
  • Jim Bulls (1977–80)
  • Sophie Masloff (1976–88)
  • Richard E. Givens (1976–87)
  • James Lally (1976–80)
  • Frank Lucchino (1974–78)
  • John Lynch (1970–76)
  • William J. Coyne (1974–81)
  • Robert Rade Stone (1973–85)
  • Eugene DePasquale (1972–84, 1988–89)
  • Richard Caligiuri (1970–77)
  • Charles Leslie (1970–72)
  • Amy Ballinger (1970–76) Chairman of the cities committee to grant cable TV[10][11]
  • James Cortese (1970)
  • George Shields (1970–74)
  • John Lynch (1970–76)
  • Edgar Michaels (1969–74)
  • Thomas Fagan (1968–73)
  • Louis Mason Jr. (1967–77)
  • Peter Flaherty (1966–70)
  • Walter Kamyk (1963–70)
  • Charles Leslie (1961–69)
  • Phillip Baskin (1962–70)
  • James Jordan (1960–67)
  • Horner Green (1960–61)
  • George Shields (1970–74)
  • Edgar Michaels (1969–74)
  • J. Craig Kuhn (1959–70)
  • Charles McCarthy (1958–63)
  • David Olbum (1956–61)
  • Irma D'Ascenzo (1956–70)
  • Paul Jones (1954–60)
  • Emanuel Schifano (1952–56)
  • Bennett Rodgers (1952–59)
  • Charles Dinan (1952–58)
  • John Counahan (1952–70)
  • William Davis (1951–53)
  • Patrick Fagan (1950–67)
  • Frederick Weir (1947–60)
  • William Alvah Stewart (1946–51)
  • Joseph A. McArdle (1942–49)
  • Thomas Kilgallen (1940–51)
  • John Duff Jr. (1940–52)
  • Edward Leonard (1939–51)
  • A.L. Wolk (1938–56)
  • James A. O'Toole (1936–41)
  • Frederick Weir (1936–47)
  • Cornelius Scully (1935–36)
  • George Evans (1935–45)
  • William Magee (1934–37)
  • John Jane (1934–35)
  • John Houston (1934–35)
  • Thomas Gallagher (1934–65)
  • Walter Demmer (1934–51)
  • Frank Duggan (1933-33)
  • George Oliver (1933-33)
  • William Soost (1932–35)
  • John Phillips (1931–32)
  • Michael Muldowney (1930–33)
  • Clifford Connelley (1930–33)
  • George J. Kambach (1929–31)
  • Harry A. Little (1926–33)
  • Robert J. Alderdice (1924–32)
  • Joseph F. Malone (1922–30)
  • Wallace Borland (1922–25)
  • Charles Anderson (1920–39)
  • A.K. Oliver (1919–21)
  • John H. Henderson (1919–21)
  • Daniel Winters (1918–29)
  • William J. Burke (1918–19)
  • William H. Robertson (1916–24)
  • John H. Dailey (1916–21)
  • P.J. McArdle (1911–13, 1916–19, 1922–30, 1932-40)
  • Charles H. Hetzel (1914–15)
  • W.Y. English (1914–33)
  • John S. Herron (1914–33)
  • Dr. G.A. Dillinger (1913–17)
  • Robert Garland (1911–39)
  • Dr. S.S. Wooburn (1911–39)
  • W.G. Wilkins (1911–13)
  • Enoch Rauh (1911–19)
  • James P. Kerr (1911–18)
  • John M. Goehring (1911–15)
  • W.A. Hoeveler (1911–14)
  • Edward V. Babcock (1911–13)
  • David P. Black (1911)
  • A.J. Kelly (1911)
  • Robert McKnight (1847–49)

See also

References

  1. ^ "City Council Function". www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us. 
  2. ^ "City Council." City of Pittsburgh (official website). Retrieved on January 4, 2010.
  3. ^ Lord, Rich (February 19, 2009). "New Pittsburgh councilwoman sworn in". The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved March 8, 2012. 
  4. ^ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 2014-01-06 http://www.post-gazette.com/local/city/2014/01/06/Kraus-likely-to-replace-Harris-as-Pittsburgh-council-president/stories/201401060104. Retrieved 2014-01-06.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=HZIcAAAAIBAJ&sjid=TGIEAAAAIBAJ&dq=safety%20director%20pittsburgh&pg=4315%2C399661
  6. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=qyQbAAAAIBAJ&sjid=gEsEAAAAIBAJ&dq=mcardle%20mayor&pg=1317%2C4631677
  7. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=HjIgAAAAIBAJ&sjid=NkoEAAAAIBAJ&pg=4606%2C5461493
  8. ^ http://www.brooklineconnection.com/history/Facts/Facts.html
  9. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=b8UwAAAAIBAJ&sjid=1XADAAAAIBAJ&dq=veronica%20bradley&pg=3487%2C1016399
  10. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=HFoqAAAAIBAJ&sjid=R1UEAAAAIBAJ&pg=7138%2C8176
  11. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=atlRAAAAIBAJ&sjid=TW4DAAAAIBAJ&dq=pittsburgh-police%20stadium&pg=6952%2C701938

External links

  • Pittsburgh City Council official city website
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