Pa. rules nonprofits’ payments to Pittsburgh are public records

From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

Because of a ruling Tuesday from the state Office of Open Records, the public is a step closer to finding out which nonprofits make payments in lieu of taxes to financially strapped Pittsburgh.

The city says it has individual agreements with 10 to 20 nonprofits, totaling $450,000 to $500,000 this year, but it refused to provide specifics or make the agreements available to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in June.