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Articles from the June 22, 2021 edition

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 By Tom Smith    Front Page    June 22, 2021

Affordable housing takes many forms in South Pittsburgh

"Long-term affordable housing is the concept of having housing that is affordable for low and moderate income people on an ongoing basis," began Gordon Davidson, executive director of the Mount Washin...

 

City workers will begin to return to Downtown offices this week

City of Pittsburgh employees who have been working remotely will be returning to city offices in phases over the next several weeks, adhering to continued health safety precautions. "We are starting...

 

URA to launch CRiB in parnership with PNC Foundation

Funding from the PNC Foundation will be used for a pilot loan program designed to sustain and stimulate the growth of childcare businesses in the City of Pittsburgh. PNC Foundation gave $6.5 million...

 

Landslide closes Oporto St.

Oporto Street between Shamokin Street and Huron Street in the South Side Slopes neighborhood has been fully closed to all traffic indefinitely. The heavy rains last week have caused a landslide which necessitated the closure. Vehicular access to...

 

Wagner Street is closed for water line work

Pennsylvania American Water Company will close Wagner Street between Becks Run Road and Mountain Avenue in the City of Pittsburgh. The closure is slated to begin on Monday, June 21, and is expected to end in July 2021. It is required for...

 

Neighborhood Initiatives Fund will focus on Avenues of Hope

The application process for Round 3 of its Neighborhood Initiatives Fund (NIF) Program is open with applications due August 31. The NIF Program makes it easier for City of Pittsburgh communities to...

 

PWSA customers invited to participate in Public Utility Commission public hearings

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) will join the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) to hear public comment on its recent rate request. On April 13, 2021, they filed a...

 

$1.8 Million grant will enhance lending in underserved communities

 Landmarks Community Capital Corporation, a non-profit lending subsidiary of Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, has received a $1,825,000 grant from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, as part of the federal government’s award of $1.25...

 

BikePGH's Women and Non-Binary Bike Summit aims to break down barriers to bicycling

On Saturday, June 26, BikePGH will host the 8th Annual Women and Non-Binary Bike Summit presented by Dollar Bank. The Summit is a fun, one-day virtual event featuring live Zoom sessions on breaking down gendered barriers to bicycling, bike advocacy,...

 

The 2021 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler returns in-person Nov. 7

Registration is officially open for the 2021 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler, which will be in person with a virtual option, allowing all runners to participate wherever they are. Participants can get excited for the in-person start line and...

 

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