City of Pittsburgh Community Budget Forum in Polish Hill on June 3

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At the West Penn Recreation Center on Wednesday June 3 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. there will be a community forum to gather input for the City’s 2016 Capital Budget.  This budget includes funds for things such as infrastructure projects, and the forum is a chance for residents to advocate for projects that affect our neighborhood.  The session is open to all Pittsburgh residents will include:

— A brief overview of the budgeting process
— Small-group discussion of budget priorities and residents’ needs
— An opportunity for residents to ask questions of an expert panel
— A survey, where residents can add their ideas and opinions to the budgeting process
— Refreshments

The forum will be held in the Senior Center on the lower level of West Penn.  Residents who plan to attend should pre-register.  Email sally.stadelman@pittsburghpa.gov or call 412.255.4773.  Walk-in registration will also be available the day of the forum.

If you can’t make it on June 3 but want to participate, the next forum will be on June 22 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Southside Market House, 1 Bedford Square.