The earliest chief executives for Pittsburgh weren't called mayors; they were designated "chief burgesses" - and we still know a few of them because of streets and parts of the city named for them.
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#1 Apr 20, 2013
It doesn't matter who the mayor is, people will complain about them.
#2 Apr 24, 2013
people people complain about the mayor people complain about Jesus Christ if they had to thats one big role no one is never happy I will never understand why
#3 Apr 25, 2013
Wow, talk about gratuitously stating an utterly, and incredibly OBVIOUS fact of the politial reality!
Let's make a substantive comment on the thread's establishing article, eh, children? The point was the wide range in the character of Pittsburgh's mayors, numnuts!
Scratch my back with a hacksaw, already!
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