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Mayor Peduto & County Executive Fitzgerald Town Hall
June 4, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
UPDATE 6/4/18: Ticket sales close at 5 PM today. We are almost at capacity. We’re looking forward to seeing you all tonight for a great event!
Join PUMP and Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Pittsburgh (ULYP) for an intimate evening to hear directly from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald. They will discuss issues they are excited about, respond to questions about issues of interest to young people living in the Pittsburgh region including a focus on equity from the PUMP Advocacy + Public Policy Agenda, and answer questions from the crowd. This is your chance to interact directly with 2 key regional leaders on important issues without a filter.
6:30-6:50- Arrival, refreshments, and networking
6:50-8:00- Welcome & Town Hall
8:00-8:30- Refreshments and networking
Join us for this special evening! Registration is limited to ensure an intimate Town Hall event.
Free for current PUMP members (use the code you received via email or message firstname.lastname@example.org for more details) and ULYP members
$10 for non-members
Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood.
Port Authority Buses 71A, 75 and 87 all stop within one block of the venue (mostly directly outside).
Union Project is a fully wheelchair accessible venue.
Special requests/accommodations: Please email Lindsay@pump.org or call (412) 338-2133 x 15 to request any special accommodations including reserved seating, need for interpretation/translation, etc.
Thanks to our event sponsor: Green Mountain Energy!
- Contact Email Address
- Contact Name
- Lindsay Cashman
- Union Project
801 N Negley Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States + Google Map
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