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O’Connor Works to Extend Parking Pilot Program to Rest of the City

Working with researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, Councilman O’Connor has worked out an innovative plan that would vary the parking rates, based on data, to allow drivers to better utilize parking spots. Uniformly priced parking by location or street has resulted in highly competitive spaces in the City’s popular areas while spaces in low density …

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O’Connor Addresses Residents’ Complaints About Air Quality in Pittsburgh

A number of residents of Squirrel Hill and other East End neighborhoods notice offensive smells in our community on many days, and they are worried about the well-being of their families,” O’Connor said. “We hope to learn more about the sources of air pollution that affect the city, how they might be harming our health …

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Almono-Hazelwood site to get $10M in state funding for redevelopment 8

Almono-Hazelwood site to get $10M in state funding for redevelopment

Councilman Corey O’Connor joined Governor Tom Corbett, local elected officials, and Hazelwood community leaders to announce the release of a $10 million Economic Growth Initiative grant for Almono-Hazelwood, the redevelopment of a brownfield site to be used for residential, commercial and mixed-use. Funds will be used for the construction of necessary on-site transportation infrastructure, utility …

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