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Council Member SittenfeldAbout Council Member Sittenfeld

P.G. Sittenfeld is serving in his second term as a member of Cincinnati City Council, after finishing first in the 2013 City Council Election.  P.G. is the Chair of the Education and Entrepreneurship Committee, and also serves on the Budget & Finance Committee and the Major Transportation & Regional Cooperation Committee.

P.G. is focused on making Cincinnati economically competitive, seeing that citizens receive high-quality basic services, and ensuring that our local government lives within its means.

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Elida Kamine

Elida Kamine is Council Member Sittenfeld’s Director of Policy and Communications.

Tamaya Dennard

Tamaya Dennard is Council Member Sittenfeld's Director of Community Affairs.

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Latest News

10/22/12
Sittenfeld Hosts Young Families Roundtable

Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld will be hosting a Young Families Roundtable on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pleasant Ridge Recreation Center.

Council passes Resolution supporting collaboration with Cincinnati Board of Education

On January 23, 2014, Cincinnati City Council passed a Resolution, submitted by Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld and passed through Councilmember Sittenfeld's Education & Entrepreneurship Committee, expressing Council's support for renewing the City of Cincinnati's commitment to a strong, collaborative relationship between the City of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Board of Education.

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, Oyler School and Powernet Announce Free Wi-Fi for Lower Price Hill
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 Hosts Education & Entrepreneurship Kitchen Cabinet

Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld hosted the first Education & Entrepreneurship Kitchen Cabinet on January 15, 2014 at City Hall.  The goal of the Kitchen Cabinet is to engage Cincinnatians with government around the areas of education and entrepreneurship, which are the subject matters of the committee that Councilmember Sittenfeld chairs for Cincinnati City Council.


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