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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Closing Remarks at Cluster Workshop

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The CEOs for Cities’ Annual Workshop is an event which brings multi-sector leaders together from across the country. With the overarching goal to promote a more collaborative civic culture, the workshops succeed through a series of panel discussions, break-out sessions, lectures and roundtables. Attendees are also invited to enjoy other events, meals and field trips conveniently scheduled in celebration of the host city. The 2015 workshop will be held June 10-12th in beautiful Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Closing Remarks at Cluster Workshop

  1. 1. The Story of Pittsburgh Innovation & Inclusion
  2. 2. Renaissance The
  3. 3. David L. Lawrence Mayor
  4. 4. Richard King Mellon
  5. 5. Gateway Center & Point State Park
  6. 6. Lower Hill
  7. 7. East Liberty
  8. 8. Our Past Learning From
  9. 9. Equitable Future Building a More
  10. 10. Create Family Sustaining Jobs
  11. 11. Hays Carrick Brookline Squirrel Hill South Hazelwood Beechview Perry North Elliott Banksville Sheraden Fairywood Shadyside Highland Park Overbrook Point Breeze Perry South Greenfield Lincoln Place Bluff Squirrel Hill North Westwood Brighton Heights Bloomfield Mount Washington Southside Flats Larimer Garfield East Hills Arlington East Liberty Crafton Heights Windgap Chateau Central Lawrenceville Glen Hazel Bon Air Southside Slopes St. Clair Beltzhoover Upper Hill East Carnegie Fineview Polish Hill North Shore Lincoln-Lemington-BelmarMarshall-Shadeland New Homestead Strip District Troy Hill Stanton Heights Summer Hill North Oakland South Oakland Duquesne Heights Ridgemont Esplen Knoxville Spring Hill-City View Morningside Swisshelm Park Allentown Middle Hill Oakwood Central Business District Homewood NorthManchester Terrace Village Homewood South West End Lower Lawrenceville Upper Lawrenceville Spring Garden Central Oakland Northview Heights South Shore East Allegheny West Oakland Mount Oliver Borough Point Breeze North Central Northside Crawford-Roberts Regent Square Allegheny Center Homewood West Marshall-Shadeland California-Kirkbride Mt. Oliver Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar Friendship Bedford Dwellings Chartiers City Troy Hill Allegheny West Arlington Heights City of Pittsburgh Percent of Civilian Labor Force Unemployed by Census Tract, 2007-11 Source: 2007-11 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau Under 7.2% (County = 7.2%) 7.2% - 9% (City = 9%) 9% - 18% (1-2x City) Over 18% (> 2x City)
  12. 12. Education Provide Early Childhood
  13. 13. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 White Black Pittsburgh Public Schools Graduation Rate
  14. 14. Government Must Rise To The Challenge
  15. 15. Chief Urban Affairs Officer Chief Development Officer Education Nonprofit and Faith-Based Housing Innovation and Technology Neighborhood Empowerment Bureau of

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