- Councilmember Sittenfeld Supports Oakley Recycles
Councilmember Sittenfeld participated in the Oakley Recycles Pilot Project, a project of the City of Cincinnati and various community partners with the goal of increasing recycling rates through community engagement.
- Sittenfeld, Oyler School and Powernet Announce Free Wi-Fi for Lower Price Hill
Councilmember PG Sittenfeld, standing alongside representatives from the Cincinnati Board of Education, representatives from Oyler School, partners from Powernet, a local communications company and members of the community including Dwight Young from Bloc Ministries, cut the ribbon on September 23, 2014 on the new mobile computer lab at Oyler School and five hotspots providing free wifi in Lower Price Hill.
- Sittenfeld and Stiles Announce City's New Open Data Policy
On May 20, Councilmember Sittenfeld and Interim City Manager Stiles announced the roll out of the City of Cincinnati's new Open Data Policy to make public data more available to the public in user friendly formats. Sittenfeld calls this step an "invitation to innovation", noting that "talented innovators can use the City's liberated data to improve quality of life and to make government more efficient".
- Council Passes Resolutions Supporting Minimum Wage Increase and Ohio House Bill 460
Councilmember Sittenfeld sponsored two resolutions passed by Council setting forth the City Council's position on various state and federal legislative issues.
- Sittenfeld Announces City-Wide Expansion of Vacant Foreclosed Property Legislation
Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, along with housing advocates and community members from the Legal Aid Society, Price Hill Will, Working In Neighborhoods, Citizens United For Action announced the city-wide expansion of the Vacant Foreclosed Property Registration (VFPR) program on March 12, 2014, bringing it to every neighborhood in Cincinnati.