Pittsburgh Mayor Fails to File Required Diversity Reports
The mayor’s office has been required since 2006 to produce an annual report showing at least the gender, age and zip code of members appointed to Pittsburgh boards, authorities and commissions.
Six reports should be part of the public record. But none exist.
Each report would have been the responsibility of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl who took office eight months after the passage of the “Fair Representation law, which outlines efforts toward diversity and transparency in board appointments.