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Another take on the typical gentrification narrative

This article by Daniel Kay Hertz, a senior fellow at City Observatory, offers a different perspective on the usual gentrification narrative. 

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ELDI Website Redesign Request for Proposals

 

It is time www.eastliberty.org received an update. As such, we are currently seeking proposals from web design and development firms who are interested in helping us give the ELDI page a more dynamic and engaging look. Please see the RFP for more details and help us spread the word. Proposals due April 18, 2016. 

ELDI Website RFP.pdf

Job Opening at the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center

The Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center is looking for an ENEC Employment Coordinator. Check the job description below for more details and help spread the word to anyone who might be interested.

The Conventional CRA Program provides affordable homeownership opportunities.

Our friends at The First Niagra Bank are offering a low down payment conventional mortgage for owner occupied principal residents.

Park Planning Meeting 2 Recap + Proposed Designs

Couldn't make it to the second park planning meeting last Tuesday, March 8th? Find out what happened and see the proposed designs for the first park coming to Larimer / East Liberty in the meeting recap attached below.

There will be one more public meeting to discuss preferred development options and material selections. Date to be announced. Stay informed about all future community meetings through our mailing list: http://bit.ly/1R63kXm

Share your input at the upcoming Affordable Housing Task Force Deliberative forums

 

The City of Pittsburgh is hosting four Deliberative Forums on the Affordable Housing Task Force’s mission to provide a more robust way for community members to give feedback to city officials and Task Force members.

Park Planning Community Workshop | March 8th

 

A new park system is coming to Larimer and East Liberty, starting with a 3-acre neighborhood park at Larimer Avenue and Station Street. In December, you helped define what that park would look like and what would be in it, now come and see the proposed designs!

Tuesday, March 8th

6-8 pm

Kingsley Association,

6435 Frankstown Ave