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1May 21st, 2013A 21st Century Pittsburgh SurveyGovernment Reform
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2May 20th, 2013Pension Reform That Protects Workers and Our BudgetGovernment Reform
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3May 19th, 2013Transforming Public HousingHousing/Development
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4May 18th, 2013Helping to Build More Diverse NeighborhoodsHousing/Development
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5May 17th, 2013Reforming Residential Permit ParkingTransportation
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6May 16th, 2013Mayor’s Initiative on Equity and DiversityGovernment Reform
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7May 15th, 2013Restoring Trust in the Pittsburgh Bureau of PolicePublic Safety
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8May 14th, 2013A Modern Zoning Code for a New PittsburghHousing/Development
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9May 13th, 2013Faith-Based Initiatives: Partnering With Communities of Faith to Build a New PittsburghCommunity engagement
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10May 12th, 2013Sharing Services, Saving Money: Common-Sense Shared Service Agreements With Allegheny CountyGovernment Reform
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11May 11th, 2013Growing Our Neighborhoods: Attracting New Residents to PittsburghCommunity engagement
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12May 10th, 2013Pittsburgh Transit Districts: Zoning for Transit Funding and ExpansionTransportation
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13May 9th, 2013A Fair and Equitable Property Tax Reassessment SystemHousing/Development
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14May 8th, 2013Pittsburgh’s Path to Prosperity: A Roadmap Out of Act 47 StatusGovernment Reform
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15May 7th, 2013Outcome-based Budgeting: Making Government Work For Residents FirstGovernment Reform
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16May 6th, 2013A Leader Who Can Work With Others: Building Coalitions to Change PittsburghCommunity engagement
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17May 5th, 2013CleanTech Investment Fund: A Green Bank for a Greener PittsburghHealth/Environment
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18May 4th, 2013Code for Pittsburgh: Bringing Innovation to City GovernmentTechnology
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19May 3rd, 2013Engaging the World: Sharing Ideas With Cities Across the GlobeCommunity engagement
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20May 2nd, 2013Startup Roundtable: Helping to Create the Jobs of the FutureEconomic Development
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21May 1st, 2013Pittsburgh City Alert: A Mobile App to Keep You ConnectedGovernment Reform
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22 April 30th, 2013Innovation Incubator: Supporting the Next Generation of Pittsburgh EntrepreneursEconomic Development
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23April 29th, 2013Office of New Urban Mechanics: Generating Innovation Within City GovernmentGovernment Reform
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24April 28th, 2013Clean Rivers, Green Jobs: Green Infrastructure as Economic Development OpportunityHealth/Environment
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25April 27th, 2013A Dollar A Car: Sharing in Revenue Generated From ParkingHousing/Development
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26April 26th, 2013Get Fresh Pittsburgh: Providing Neighborhood Access to Fresh, Healthy FoodHealth/Environment
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27April 25th, 2013ReBuild Pittsburgh: Fighting Blight and Creating OpportunityHousing/Development
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28April 24th, 2013SavePGH: Creating a Culture of Financial Literacy and ResponsibilityEconomic Development
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29April 23rd, 2013Financial Empowerment Centers: Helping to Build Self-Sufficiency and Financial LiteracyEconomic Development
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30April 22nd, 2013Growing STEMs: Summer Youth Employment in High-Tech IndustriesEducation
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31April 21st, 2013Mayor’s Summer Reading Program: Challenging Kids to Improve Their Reading Skills Outside of the ClassroomEducation
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32April 20th, 2013Generations Together: Intergenerational Teaching and Learning ProgramsEducation
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33April 19th, 2013Pittsburgh VoTech: Expanding Technical and Vocational Training OpportunitiesEducation/Economic Development
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34April 18th, 2013Pittsburgh Early Ed: Nurturing a New Generation of Promise-Ready PittsburghersEducation
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35April 17th, 2013Supporting Neighborhood Schools: Strengthening the Anchors of Our NeighborhoodsEducation
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36April 16th, 2013Working Together To Improve Public EducationEducation
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37April 15th, 2013Safer Schools, Safer Communities: Coordinating Emergency Response to Keep Our Kids SafeEducation/Public Safety
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38April 14th, 2013Pittsburgh Without Borders: Strengthening Ties With Our Sister CitiesCommunity engagement
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39April 13th, 2013Growing Green: Greening Our Neighborhood Business DistrictsHealth/Environment
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40April 12th, 2013Operation Black and Gold Ribbon: Supporting Our Returning VeteransEconomic Development
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41April 11th, 2013Reforming Our Taxi System: Making it Easier to Get Around TownTransportation
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42April 10th, 2013Traffic Calming: Keeping Our Streets Safe For All Modes of TransportationTransportation
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43April 9th, 2013Digital Permitting: Making it Easier to Build a New Pittsburgh
Government Reform
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44April 8th, 2013Community Roundtables: Bringing Our Neighborhoods Together to Solve ProblemsCommunity engagement
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45April 7th, 2013Department of Innovation: 21st Century City GovernmentGovernment Reform
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46April 6th, 2013Local Development Bank: Leveraging Investment to Rebuild Neighborhood Business DistrictEconomic Development
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47April 5th, 2013Strengthening Ties With Allegheny County Leaders: Creating City-County Working GroupsGovernment Reform
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48April 4th, 2013Energy Benchmarking: Using Technology to Make Our Buildings More EfficientHealth/Environment
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49April 3rd, 2013The Pittsburgh Community Land Bank: Fighting Blight and Revitalizing NeighborhoodsHousing/Development
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50April 2nd, 2013Neighborhood-Focused Policing: Decentralizing Decision-Making in the Pittsburgh Bureau of PolicePublic Safety
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51April 1st, 2013Community-Based Budgeting: A Budget By the People For the PeopleCommunity engagement
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52March 31st, 2013Bridging the Digital Divide: Making Information Technology Accessible to EveryoneTechnology
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53March 30th, 2013Rebuilding Our History: Home Renovation Grants for Historic DistrictsHousing/Development
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54March 29th, 2013Investing in Future Leaders: Helping Minority Contractors Build CapacityEconomic Development
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55March 28th, 2013Supporting Small Business: Micro-grants for New Business Start-UpsEconomic Development
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56March 27th, 2013Rapid-Response Government: Reforming 311 to Work For YouGovernment Reform
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57March 26th, 2013Walk Your City: Showcasing Neighborhoods Through Pedestrian Way-findingTransportation
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58March 25th, 2013Making Parking Smarter: Utilizing New Technology to Modernize ParkingTransportation
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59March 24th, 2013Rebuilding Building Inspection: Strengthening Our Ability to Fight BlightGovernment Reform
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60March 23rd, 2013Attracting New Business: Quality Jobs Making Quality GoodsEconomic Development
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61March 22nd, 2013Office of Small Business Services: A One-Stop Shop to Support New Business DevelopmentEconomic Development
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62March 21st, 2013The Pittsburgh Public Ferry: Connecting People to JobsTransportation
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63March 20th, 2013Pittsburgh Development Roundtable: Cutting Red Tape to Spur DevelopmentHousing/Development
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64March 19th, 2013Clean Construction: Recycling Construction Materials to Save Money and Protect Our EnvironmentHousing/Development
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65March 18th, 2013River to River Rail: Connecting People to JobsTransportation
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66March 17th, 2013Pittsburgh Open Data: Opening Government’s Books to Spur InnovationGovernment Reform
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67March 16th, 2013It’s Always Sunny in Allegheny County: Creating New Markets for Solar TechnologiesHealth/Environment
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68March 15th, 2013Proactive Code Enforcement: Keeping Our Neighborhoods Clean and SafeGovernment Reform
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69March 14th, 2013Neighborhood CodeWatch: Community Code Enforcement Task ForcesCommunity engagement
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70March 13th, 2013Clean Air, Clean Water, and Fair WagesHealth/Environment
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71March 12th, 2013Pittsburgh Circulator: A Safe Transportation Option for a Vibrant NightlifeTransportation
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72March 11th, 2013The Pittsburgh Green Roof Project: Creating Incentives for Green RoofsHealth/Environment
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73March 10th, 2013Interactive Online Zoning Maps: Making Land Use Information Open and AccessibleGovernment Reform
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74March 9th, 2013Keeping City Employees Connected and AccessibleGovernment Reform
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75March 8th, 2013Bringing Street Paving Into the 21st CenturyGovernment Reform
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76March 7th, 2013Giving Our Crossing Guards the Tools They NeedPublic Safety
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77March 6th, 2013Building True Diversity in the Pittsburgh Bureau of PolicePublic Safety
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78March 5th, 2013Pittsburgh After School: Providing Learning Opportunities to Keep Kids Off the StreetEducation
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79March 4th, 2013Food Truck Friendly City: Removing Barriers to Small BusinessEconomic Development
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80March 3rd, 2013Bank On: Building Stronger Communities Through Financial SecurityEconomic Development
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81March 2nd, 2013A URA That Works for Us: Fighting Blight and Rebuilding Our NeighborhoodsHousing/Development
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82March 1st, 2013Public Safety Report Card: Making Public Safety Data Open and TransparentPublic Safety
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83February 28th, 2013Complete Streets: Creating Safer, More Accessible NeighborhoodsTransportation
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84February 27th, 2013City of Immigrants: Welcoming a New Generation of Immigrants to PittsburghCommunity engagement
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85February 26th, 2013City Artist in Residence: Economic Development Through Public ArtEconomic Development
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86February 25th, 2013User-Friendly Government: Bringing Local Government to YouGovernment Reform
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87February 24th, 2013Building On Our Past: Historic Preservation as Economic EngineHousing/Development
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88February 23rd, 2013Smart Traffic Signals: Using 21st Century Technology to Solve 20th Century ProblemsTransportation
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89February 22nd, 2013Public Investment Reform: Putting Taxpayer Dollars Where They Can Do The Most GoodHousing/Development
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90February 21st, 2013Beyond PILOTs: Building Sustainable Partnerships with Nonprofit OrganizationsEconomic Development
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91February 20th, 2013The Pittsburgh Alley Project: Turning Neglected Infrastructure Into Community BenefitHealth/Environment
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92February 19th, 2013Where’s My Plow? GPS Tracking For City SnowplowsTechnology
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93February 18th, 2013Property Owners’ Handbook: Tools to Be a Better NeighborEconomic Development
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94February 17th, 2013Board and Commission Reform: Streamlining Government and Opening the Doors to New VoicesGovernment Reform
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95February 16th, 2013Creating Walkable Neighborhoods: Eliminating Mandatory Parking MinimumsTransportation
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96February 15th, 2013Community-Based Development: Growth Through ConsensusEconomic Development
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97February 14th, 2013Making Our Streets Safe: Reporting Lost And Stolen GunsPublic Safety
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98February 13th, 2013The Pittsburgh Art Corps: Economic Development Through Public ArtEconomic Development
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99February 12th, 2013A Mayor Who Works: The Most Accessible Mayor’s Office in Pittsburgh HistoryGovernment Reform
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