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  • Property Tax Collections Up 14%

    Our current Brief talks about how the City of Pittsburgh had to request a related authority to increase parking rates at its properties so that could in turn deliver more revenue to the City via its parking tax, which it … Continue reading

Taxpayer Q&A

  • TRID, TOD, Why so S-L-O-W?

    An article from the weekend updated the status of several transit oriented developments in the South Hills, including one that has been on the drawing board for a long time.  The feasibility studies for two communities are nearly a decade … Continue reading