About 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.
Elida Kamine is Council Member Sittenfeld’s Director of Policy and Communications.
Tamaya Dennard is Council Member Sittenfeld's Director of Community Affairs.
- 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.
- ACES Brings Together Council members, School Board members, Police Chief, Recreation Director
On Monday March 3, 2014, the Education & Entrepreneurship Committee of Cincinnati City Council and the Board of Education met jointly as part of the new initiative called ACES (Alliance for Community and Educational Success) with various Cincinnati Public School and City of Cincinnati administrators, including the Chief of Police and the Director of Recreation.
- 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.
- 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.