On April 19th, Pittsburgh City Council held the third — and final — Post Agenda on the future of the city’s budget. This meeting concentrated on long-term financial planning (2018-2025). It coincides with the city’s “debt-cliff” — when expected debt payments lower significantly. It builds off of the findings of the first two meetings which addressed the 2011 operating and capital budgets and examined the needed actions of the city to assure a sustainable financial plan for 2012-2017 (including a funded 6-year capital plan). This final meeting has provided the groundwork for City Council to continue to take financially responsible actions that protect the taxpayers of Pittsburgh now and far into the future.
A PowerPoint presentation from this meeting can be see here.
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