"Since the legislation passed, several organizations designated under the measure — including the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and the Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership — nominated volunteer board members. City council finished the confirmation process in recent months. “The board is designed to assure an open and transparent government. That’s part of our mission statement,” said Linda A. King, a lawyer hired to be the board’s executive manager on a part-time basis... The full text of the Ethics Code is available through the board’s website at http://pittsburghpa.gov/mayor/group?id=28. Anyone who suspects that a city worker, former worker, vendor or would-be vendor has broken the code can reach Ms. King at 412-255-8882 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Mr. Peduto’s administration has said."
Monday, November 28, 2016
Ethics board aiming to build trust in the city; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11/28/16
Adam Smeltz, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Ethics board aiming to build trust in the city: