Last Chance to be Recognized for Supporting the Jury Assignment Room Restoration
October 1, 2010
PHLF, in collaboration with the Allegheny County Historic Properties Committee and PHLF trustee Judge Rayond Novak, continues to lead the restoration of the Jury Assignment Room in the City-County Building––one of Pittsburgh’s most significant landmarks.
Restoration work completed to date, thanks to contributions from 90 donors, includes: replacing the window coverings, re-upholstering the chairs, repainting the metal bases of the chairs and installing new carpet. New historically-appropriate lighting fixtures are to be installed by the end of the year, and other work will be completed as funding permits.
A bronze plaque will be installed in the Jury Assignment Room to honor corporations, foundations, and law firms who have made donations in the following categories: $25,000, $10,000, $5,000, and $1,000, and individuals who have made donations of $500 or more. The plaque will be ordered on November 1, 2010.
To be recognized on the plaque, please make you tax-deductible contribution to PHLF by October 29, 2010.
Please send checks payable to PHLF and referencing the Assignment Room to:
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
100 W. Station Square Drive, Suite 450
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Attn: Mary Lu Denny
Or make a donation using a credit card. PHLF accepts American Express, Visa, Discovery, and Mastercard.
For questions on the Jury Assignment Room Restoration project, please contact Anne Nelson at (412) 471-5808 or email@example.com.