With iBurgh, city officials can map where incidents occur and schedule repairs or responses more effectively, said Priya Narasimhan, president of YinzCam. (Trib, Adam Brandolph; see also P-G, Timothy McNulty & ADB)
"My god, Victor! Shadyside is falling apart!"
More on technology. (P-G, Elwin Green)
Hey you newspaper leotards READ THIS!!! (NullSpace)
A group controlled by politicians is going to interview employees of the School District in order to really get to the bottom of this. (P-G, Joe Smydo)
Do you feel the political consensus building? Well, do you? (P-G, Eleanor Chute and Tracy Mauriello)
But won't the fences and construction look ugly during the G-20? (P-G, Mark Belko)
Mayor Ravenstahl is asking City Council to return early from recess to vote on a raft of security legislation for that there G-20 show.
"Even if we got into session tomorrow, it would mean almost no public comment," Dowd said. "It's unfortunate for the city. It's undemocratic as well. This is clearly designed to squelch public comment and public dialogue." (Trib, Adam Brandolph)
Can't these two hug it out already? Also:
Other ordinances will include a restriction on masks and the creation of a "safety zone," said Yarone Zober, Ravenstahl's chief of staff. Zober could not expound on what "safety zone" meant. (ibid)
"Restriction on masks"? OH MY GOODNESS! IT'S THE KEENE ACT!
"Safety zone"? Green zone? No-speech zone? Safety dance? Guess we'll have to see.