The New Faces of Pittsburgh City Council
At a time when Pittsburgh is facing big financial challenges, they're the two newest members to be elected to City Council. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces Natalia Rudiak and R. Daniel Lavelle. You'll hear about their plans for Pittsburgh.
The New Faces of Pittsburgh City Council aired on Jan 19, 2010.
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