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Provide your input into URA's maintenance of vacant city lots

 


GTECH Strategies, in partnership with UrbanKind Institute (Dr. Jamil Bey), Fourth Economy Consulting, Pitt’s University Center on Social Urban Research (UCSUR), A. Phillip Randolph Institute, City Source Associaties, KRJ Contracting, Landforce, The Hilltop Men’s Group, and YouthPlaces are helping to redesign The URA’s vacant land maintenance process.

While the URA owns less than 10 percent of the publicly owned vacant land in the city, GTECH is seeking input to help ensure more awareness, transparency and ultimately community benefit. To begin this process, they are convening a series of five meetings throughout the city – co-hosted by The City of Pittsburgh and The Office of Mayor William Peduto, The URA, Representative Ed Gainey and Representative

 Jake Wheatley:

South – April 18 at the Brashear Center, 6–8 p.m .;

East – April 19 at the Kingsley Association; 6–8 p.m.;

West – April 20 at the Sheraden Healthy Active Living Center; 7–9 p.m .;

Central – April 25 at the Hill House Association; 6–8 p.m .; and,

North – April 27 at the Pittsburgh Project; 6–8 p.m.

For any questions about the meetings or to RSVP, call 412-361-2099 x5.

 

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