Nov 18: City Council hearing on green infrastructure

Join the Clean Rivers Campaign for Investing in Opportunity: Growing Community Benefits Through Green Infrastructure

Join the CRC at 10am (or 9:30 if you want to attend the press conference)  for an important and timely discussion with the Pittsburgh City Council on how we can maximize our largest-ever public investment to stop water pollution and solve multiple community needs at the same time by investing in green infrastructure.  Expert panelists from PWSA, DC Water, the Blue Green Alliance, the Urban Redevelopment Authority, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, and others will share their perspectives and experiences on how green infrastructure has the potential to solve water quality problems, create family-sustaining jobs, and revitalize communities.
It's our responsibility to ensure that public investments in infrastructure create economic opportunities and healthy communities for generations to come.  Help us pack the Council Chambers and show our elected officials that Pittsburgh is ready for strong leaders who make smart and fair investments that benefit local people and create healthy, safe communities.  
Join us and show the City Council that Pittsburgh residents are READY to go green!

Post Agenda Hearing at City Council is at 10 a.m.,  press conferences at 9:30 a.m. at City Council Chambers, City-County Building, 414 Grant Street, 5th Floor.  
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