Central Pgh Public Meeting date announced, and the first Public Meeting (Pgh West) set for Monday evening!
We’re happy to announce that registration is now open for the Central Pittsburgh Public Meeting (on Saturday, March 25th) to review and get feedback on the Pittsburgh Land Bank’s Policies and Procedures.
We will be hosting five meetings around the city to gather feedback about the inaugural policies and procedures of the Pittsburgh Land Bank (PLB) and to listen to any concerns you may have about them. The Policies & Procedures will guide how the Land Bank operates day-to-day – what it prioritizes, how it makes its decisions, and how an individual interacts with the PLB – and we want to hear from you.
Our engagement team will be facilitating listening sessions at the Public Meetings, and members of the PLB Board will be available to hear your comments. The input from these meetings will be collected and provided back to the PLB Board for consideration when they finalize the inaugural Policies and Procedures.
If you can’t make it to a meeting, you can review the Policies & Procedures online and leave feedback on them at our website: pghlandbank.org.
We have selected venues throughout the city for your convenience. We will provide childcare at two of these meetings (Central and North), and one of them (East) will be held on a Saturday to provide for added flexibility. In order to utilize the childcare service, we request that you RSVP at least five days prior to the meeting. Light refreshments will be provided at all of the meetings – RSVP to the meeting that works best for you using the links below.
We look forward to seeing you at a public meeting, and thank you in advance for your input!
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