Pittsburgh's mayor announces plan for balanced budget
- Pittsburgh City Council says budget deficit will not lead to layoffs. Hoffman, David // Bond Buyer;06/18/98, Vol. 324 Issue 30417, p32
Reports on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mayor Tom Murphy and the City Council's agreement not to enact a garbage tax or layoffs in response to revenue reports showing an estimated $2 million 1998 budget deficit. Strategies that the City Council will considered assuming there is a budget deficit;...
- Pittsburgh's Mayor Murphy announces new 10-year debt reduction plan. Demenchuk, Michael // Bond Buyer;10/15/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30252, p3
Reports that Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mayor Tom Murphy unveiled a draft capital budget for 1998 that would reduce city debt by $5 million in 1998. Aim to retire slightly more debt that the city slated to borrow in 1997; Reactions from credit analysts; Bond sales performance from 1996 to 1997.
- Pittsburgh faces budget clash over garbage fees. Hoffman, David // Bond Buyer;11/09/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30765, p4
Focuses on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mayor Tom Murphy's presentation of an operating budget to the City Council. Inclusion of a garbage collection fee intended to fill a budget shortfall; Possible budget debate for the third straight year.
- Pittsburgh Mayor Proposes 2003 Tax Hikes, Spending Cuts. Braun, Martin Z. // Bond Buyer;11/13/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31512, p40
Reports that Tom Murphy, mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, unveiled a 2003 budget that relies on alcohol tax hike and cuts in public safety spending to help cover a projected $60 million shortfall. Tax measures which have to be approved by the state's legislature; Percent increase in the fixed...
- Still in the Pitts. D'Ambrosio, Jill // Bond Buyer;5/17/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31885, p41
Reports on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mayor Tom Murphy's introduction of a plan designed to generate savings through management initiatives. Murphy's comments on the city's tax base and structure; Revenue required by the city to fund a projected operating budget deficit.
- Pittsburgh's Mayor and City Council hammer out compromise budget pact. Demenchuk, Michael // Bond Buyer;12/26/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30299, p2
Focuses on Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy and the city Council who have reached a compromise in their battle over the city's $314 million 1998 budget. Background information on Murphy; Views of David Miller the city's budget director.
- IN MEMORIAM. // American Theatre;Dec2007, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p24
An obituary is presented for Tom Murphy, a tony Award winning actor.
- Winning Hearts and Minds. Scheraga, Dan // Chain Store Age;Mar2006, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p63
The article deals with the role of chief information officers in developing information technology (IT) budgets for businesses as discussed during a session at the Food Marketing Institute's Marketechnics conference held in late January 2006. Communication skills are essential for chief...
- Pittsburgh Mayor Submits Revised Five-Year Budget to Oversight Board. D'Ambrosio, Jill // Bond Buyer;6/16/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31906, p36
Reports that Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mayor Tom Murphy submitted for review a revised budget and financial plan for fiscal years 2005 to 2009 to the city fiscal oversight board. Plan boosts property tax rates by 49 percent; Act 47 cuts in parking, mercantile, and business taxes; Act 47 is...