Pittsburgh rejects parking deal, state rejects Pittsburgh budget

The nine-member Pittsburgh city council turned down a $452m offer from a JPMorgan group, putting a final end to nearly two years of deliberations over whether to lease its parking assets. In related news, a state oversight body rejected Pittsburgh’s 2011 budget, which had assumed council would approve the deal.

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