Statement before Glenn A. Walsh
City Council Public Telephone: 412-561-7876
Hearings - Re: Five Electronic Mail: < email@example.com >
Historic Carnegie Internet Web Site: < http://www.andrewcarnegie.cc >
Library Buildings 2004 June 22
Good morning. I am Glenn A.
Pittsburgh City Council will hear from the public, regarding the historic value of five Carnegie Library buildings, on Wednesday afternoon, June 30, beginning at In July, City Council will decide whether these five libraries meet the qualifications to be considered City Designated Historic Structures, as nominated by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
The City Planning Commission and Historic Review Commission, which held their own public hearings on the nominations, have both submitted unanimous recommendations in favor of City Council approving the historic designations for all five libraries.
The following is the schedule for the five public hearings, before City Council, on Wednesday, June 30:
Bill No. 282 Nomination of
Bill No. 283 Nomination of Lawrenceville Branch Library
Bill No. 284 Nomination of
Bill No. 285 Nomination of
-- Bill No. 286 Nomination of Hazelwood Branch Library
public hearings will take place in the City Council Chamber, on the fifth floor
All verbal statements by members of the public will be limited to no more than three minutes for each of the five public hearings. Additional printed testimony, of any length, may be submitted at the time of the verbal testimony.
. The public can obtain more information regarding the public hearings or the historic nominations by electronic mail:
< firstname.lastname@example.org > or by telephone: 412-561-7876.