Pittsburgh's Ethics Hearing Board still plans to meet Friday morning at 10, but it won't be using the City Council chamber this time.
The law department says the meeting's location has been shifted to the large conference room on the first floor of the building at 200 Ross Street.
The ethics hearing board web page hasn't been updated yet.
At last word (Early Returns, third story) , the panel--created 17 years ago--wasn't accepting complaints from the public because it hadn't come up with a complaint form. Allegheny County's complaint form is online at this link, and the state provides its complaint form here.