Pittsburgh’s New Comprehensive Plan: PreservePGH
Do you love the beautiful old buildings and historic places in our city? PreservePGH is the Cultural Heritage & Historic Preservation component of PLANPGH, the city’s comprehensive plan. The City of Pittsburgh is trying to figure out how to preserve the places and things that our citizens value most. The planning process is heading into the home stretch, and the city needs your input at the PLANPGH Exchange to help get there. What is the PLANPGH Exchange?
The PLANPGH Exchange (<- this is a link!) website is the place to find surveys, polls, and documents of all sorts—it's always a good idea to check back every now and then for new items. One item in particular on the site now is the PreservePGH Draft Recommendations document, which is available for public comment. If you haven't already, please read the recommendations and comment on them .Every bit of input you can provide helps! The document will be open for comments until March 4.
Please help spread the word about availability of the PreservePGH Draft Recommendations. These recommendations are a key part of the PreservePGH component itself, so the more input we get, the better the final product will be. To access the Draft Recommendations document on the PLANPGH Exchange, click here (<- this is a link, too!)
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