South Pittsburgh's Councilwoman
City Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak was endorsed by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette today, the city’s largest newspaper. Natalia was also endorsed by the paper four years ago in her successful first campaign for the City Council office.
The Post-Gazette calls her, “a smart and effective hard worker,” who “has not been afraid to confront the status quo.”
The paper also takes note of the major economic redevelopment taking place in South Pittsburgh:
“The South Hills district, which long has believed it’s been neglected compared to services provided in the city’s East End communities, is seeing a lot of neighborhood attention right now. A new, $3 million Beechview community center is being planned. Brookline’s commercial core, Brookline Boulevard, is undergoing a complete reconstruction. Carrick and Overbrook have joined Economic Development South, a group that works along the Route 51 corridor that those neighborhoods share with nearby suburbs.”
Click here to read the full endorsement.
To see Natalia’s other endorsements, visit the Endorsements page.