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26 Oct

Rail~Volution 2017: PCRG Staff Takes on Denver

Figure 1: Lindsay Angelo (CONNECT), Kathryn Schlesinger (PCRG), Caley Yakemowicz (PCRG), and Chris Sandvig (PCRG) from left to right. From September 17-21, PCRG staff – including Chris Sandvig, Kathryn Schlesinger, and Caley Yakemowicz – attended the Rail~Volution Conference in Denver, Colorado. Over the course of the week in the Mile _
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26 Oct

Improve the Vue 2017

Located just outside the city of Pittsburgh, Bellevue, a town boasting a population of fewer than 9,000, is experiencing a collective involvement of community members with ideas and actions focused around the town’s revival. One of the goals of community leaders has been to maintain Bellevue’s historic and architectural charm _
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25 Oct

Welcome, Sheena Carroll!

For the next few months, we will be introducing the PCRG community to our latest AmeriCorps VISTAs. Get to know our cohort as each member will be featured on our blog and in our newsletter! Sheena Carroll is an AmeriCorps VISTA working with Millvale Community Library. Placement: Millvale Community Library Tell _
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22 Oct

Welcome, Aaron Salituro!

Aaron Salituro is the newest arrival at PCRG. He will be serving as the new AmeriCorps VISTA Leader. Aaron will be leading a cohort of six VISTA members, each serving within the Pittsburgh community. Over the course of the next year, Aaron will be guiding members through their service by acting _
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29 Sep

September 2017 Newsletter

Table of Contents Mid-Tier Bank Collaborative Council Meeting September 11th Day of Service and Remembrance Welcome Adrie & Sabreena! Citizens Bank Contribution to PCRG Member Highlight: Perry Hilltop & Fineview Formerly Vacant Properties Used for Affordable Housing Mid-Tier Bank Collaborative Council Meeting Last modified on 2017-09-22 12:46:13 GMT. 0 comments. _
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22 Sep

Mid-Tier Bank Collaborative Council Meeting

On September 12th PCRG convened the third MBCC forum of 2017,  generously hosted by Citizens Bank at their downtown office. The MBCC, which included over 40 participants from Pittsburgh’s banking and community development communities, covered a wide range of topics, including  bank insights on pre-development and gap financing,  LERTA renewal, _