Two years after Charlie Morrison’s retirement, the Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations is still without an executive director.
Three weeks ago the mayor responded by suggesting the commission—all 14 members—resign, so a new one can be empanelled.
“If they did, we would probably have a director by this point. We’ve had problems with this commission from the very beginning,” Peduto said.
“At this point it seems to be unresolvable, and I would ask again, for the benefit of this entire city, to consider voluntarily stepping down so that we can put together a board that will serve the city of Pittsburgh.”
But commission Chair Winford Craig, said that is in the past.