Onorato on Human Rights Commission ordinance? Ask him yourself …

The question popped up at the Big Queer Rally as to how County Chief Executive Dan Onorato would vote on the proposed Human Rights Commission.  No one seems to know.  Now you can ask.

Onorato to host cyber town hall meeting

Pittsburgh Business Times

Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato will host what is being billed as a “cyber town hall meeting” on the county's Web site Thursday.

County residents can e-mail questions for Onorato during or prior to the Webcast, and receive his responses via streaming video.

“I'm looking forward to interacting with residents in this virtual forum and discussing issues that are important to them,” Onorato said in a statement. “We hope to make cyber town hall meetings a regular occurrence, and I encourage residents of all ages to participate in the first one on Thursday.”

The online meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. Questions should be emailed to askonorato@alleghenycounty.us. A link to the Webcast will be on the county's home page Thursday morning.

This is perfect timing.  If everyone who reads this sends Dan a question about his stance on this ordinance and also cc's me, I will forward the number of questions submitted to the folks organzing around this issue.  If Dan doesn't respond and a sizeable amount of people asked him, that would be telling, huh?

Thanks to one of our readers and Big Queer Rally attendee for sending me this information. 


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