The Future of Pittsburgh Political Journalism?

Is the Mayor stonewalling Councilmember Natalia Rudiak and her investigation into how city services were delivered during February snowstorms? That is what I infer from this PG report.

I don't pay a lot of close attention to Pittsburgh politics, so my take - based on the lack of general outrage over this little spat - is that this is pretty much business as usual.

Meanwhile, much of Pittsburgh is in a major flutter over what Big Ben's latest bonehead move means to the high-toned image of the Steelers. As always, I enjoyed Gene Collier's take on that situation.

Which leads me to the point of this little post:

What if Collier were sent over to cover Luke Ravenstahl and Pittsburgh City Council?


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