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The Zone 4 Public Safety Council will be on Thursday January 19 6pm, Jewish Community Center, 5738 Darlington Rd. Meet Acting Chief Scott Schubert.  Hear about Acting Chief Schubert's vision for the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police & the City of Pittsburgh.  Discuss the importance of Community-Police relations and what's happening in Pittsburgh. 
Light refreshments will be served.
See the attached flyer for more info.

Oakwatch : The Oakland Code Enforcement Project
Third Wednesdays (alternating meeting times at Noon and 6pm)
​Decem​ber ​2​1, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 152131
​Introducing new co-chair Bob Koller​.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
 
​​Green Team : Putting the “oak” back in Oakland
Third Thursdays
​Cancelled for December, next meeting Thursday, January 19, 2017.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.

The public is invited to an online public meeting to review the Autonomous Vehicle Policy Task Force's final testing policy in an online public meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12. 
 
The public is encouraged to review the policy (PDF) and is welcome to ask questions of the panelists during the online meeting. Email questions to penndotav@pa.gov
 
The guidance is the result of months of collaboration among state, federal, and private-industry officials — such as the Federal Highway Administration, AAA, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and General Motors — in the Autonomous Vehicle Policy Task Force
 
To read more about the Public Meeting, click here.  

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The first image is of another development at Bakery Square.  The idea for Wakefield St is to be similar offset buildings and recessed garages to minimize their visual impact, but the "look" should be less modern and in context with South Oakland. 
 
Attached are some initial sketches of a proposed development for the current first five lots at Wakefield St and Ward St.   Additionally, the developer notes that based on the existing building on the corner lot "is three stories high, and the first floor is slightly elevated.  Conservatively, I’d say the ridge is at 30’ above grade.  The highest building we have would be 10’ lower at street level, and we are limited to code to 40’."  
 
So "the building height of the highest building would not be any taller than the existing one" and "they would be further to the left, and drop down" further down Wakefield toward the shrine area.

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Join the Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety & the Public Safety Zone Councils for a City Wide Public Safety Meeting. 
 
Public Safety in the Digital Age
Learn about the various ways technology is used to enhance Public Safety.
Main Speaker: Public Safety Director, Wendell Hissrich 
 
Wednesday, October 19th 6-8pm at
Pgh Federation Of Teachers
10 S. 19th Street, South Side 
 
Check out the attached flyer for more information

Oakwatch : The Oakland Code Enforcement Project
Third Wednesdays (alternating meeting times at Noon and 6pm)
October 19, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Oakwatch webpage 

Green Team : Putting the “oak” back in Oakland
Third Thursdays
​October 20, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Green Team webpage

The Mayor's LGBTQIA+ Advisory Council will be charged with taking a comprehensive approach to meet the needs of the entire LGBTQIA+ community. The Advisory Council will consist of a diverse makeup of members within the community. Advisory Council members will meet monthly and provide quarterly status updates to the Mayor. Advisory Council Members will strive towards a goal of inclusiveness and progress within the LGBTQIA+ community. 
 
Deadline to Apply is October 14th. 
 

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Join us for a public meeting 
on the Proposed office building at 3422 Forbes Avenue
(lot 28-F-206, corner of Forbes Ave and Coltart St)
7 pm Thursday, October 6, 2016
Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple Street 
 
Developer Murland Associates will present plans for a proposed 7-story office building at Forbes and Coltart. Offer your thoughts and input. 
 
See the attached flyer for more info.

PennDOT/CMU Forbes Avenue Improvement Projects Website Updated

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On, August 31st, a public meeting was held to share the design plans and schedule for the Forbes Avenue Betterment Project and the Oakland/CMU Forbes Corridor Improvements Project. Over 250 people attended the meeting held at CMU’s University Center, Rangos Ballroom.

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For more information about the initiative, history of the project and project updates visit the project microsite.

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Click here to view or download the presentation.

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Submit a comment form by Monday, September 26th    

Please join the Zone 4 Public Safety Council, the Pittsburgh Police and Chief McLay for a town hall meeting this Thursday, Sept. 15th, 6-9 p.m. at the Pittsburgh Firefighters #1 Union Hall at 120 Flowers Avenue, Hazelwood.
  • Share public safety concerns.
  • Review crime statistics.
  • Provide feedback on community and police relations.
  • Tell us how the police can better serve your community.
  • Refreshments will be served.
Oakwatch : The Oakland Code Enforcement Project
Third Wednesdays
July 20 Noon at the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, located at 234 McKee Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15213​. They ask you to please RSVP.​
No outside food/drink, no backpacks/briefcases
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
 
Green Team : Putting the “oak” back in Oakland
Third Thursdays
July 21, 6pm, Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.

Wednesday, August 31, 5:00PM
5034 Forbes Avenue, Cohon University Center, Room: Rangos 3 (2nd Floor) 
 
PennDOT, City of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and Oakland Transportation Management Association (OTMA) will share the Forbes Avenue Safety Improvements' project schedule and design plans at the meeting.The project proposes to make transportation safety and efficiency improvements on Forbes Avenue, from S. Craig Street to Beeler Street. 
 
Please show up on Wednesday to have your voice heard. 
 
Safety on Forbes Avenue came to the forefront last fall with the death of Susan Hicks, who was riding her bike home from the University of Pittsburgh, where she worked. Safe, connected bike infrastructure throughout Oakland is critical. 
 
The safety improvement projects are scheduled to take place beginning fall 2017 through summer 2018. 

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Join the Pittsburgh Police and Chief McLay for a Town Hall Meeting! 
*Meet your Public Safety Zone Council Leadership* 
 
Share Public Safety Concerns • Review Crime Statistics • Provide Feedback On
Community-Police Relations • Provide Feedback On How the Police Can Better Serve Our Community 
 
Zone 4: Thursday, September 15 6-9pm
Pittsburgh Firefighters Union Hall, 120 Flowers Avenue, Hazelwood 
 
Zone 3: Wednesday, August 24, 6-9pm
IBEW Hall, 5 Hot Metal Street, #100, South Side Works 
 
For more info and other dates, see flyer.

Oakwatch : The Oakland Code Enforcement Project
Third Wednesdays (alternating meeting times at Noon and 6pm)
August 17, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Oakwatch webpage 

Green Team : Putting the “oak” back in Oakland
Third Thursdays
August 18, 6pm, Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Green Team webpage