Recap of Happenings 5/9/24: POGOH, 311, & Main/Penn traffic calming
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Recap of Happenings 5/9/24: POGOH, 311, & Main/Penn traffic calming

The May Happenings community meeting was held on 5/9/24 at 6:30 PM at the Lawrenceville library and covered: Presentation from POGOH on their proposed expansion of 2 new bike stations in Lawrenceville at 47th/Butler + 40th/Penn Presentation from the Mayor’s Office’s Wendy Urbanic on using 311 Presentation from the Mayor’s Office’s Jan Raether on traffic…

Recap of Community Development Activities Meeting on URA Request for Proposals on 62nd St (6111 Butler St)
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Recap of Community Development Activities Meeting on URA Request for Proposals on 62nd St (6111 Butler St)

On Thursday, February 22nd, at 6:30 PM, Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation hosted the Community Development Activities Meetings at Tree Pittsburgh (32 62nd St). The CDAM focused on the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh’s open Request for Proposals (RFP) for the 62nd Street Site (6111 Butler St). The RFP is open until February 29, 2024….

Recap of February 2024 Lawrenceville Happenings: PRT and evolveEA
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Recap of February 2024 Lawrenceville Happenings: PRT and evolveEA

Our Lawrenceville Happenings were hosted on Thursday, 2/08/2024 at 6:30 PM at New Alliance Federal Credit Union at 3709 Butler Street. This meeting focused on the redesign of the Herron Avenue Station that was presented by Pittsburgh Regional Transit (PRT) and then LU and LC’s joint strategic planning process developments that was presented by evolveEA….

We’re hiring: Assistant Farmers Market Manager
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We’re hiring: Assistant Farmers Market Manager

Announcement of Open Position Lawrenceville United Assistant Farmers Market Manager  About the Lawrenceville Farmers Market The mission of the Lawrenceville Farmers Market (LFM) is to provide access to fresh, locally-produced foods for all Lawrenceville residents, and visitors, in an inclusive, vibrant, and safe community space. The Market aims to lower barriers to fresh, healthy food…

We’re recruiting candidates for the LU Board!
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We’re recruiting candidates for the LU Board!

Want to make a difference in your neighborhood? Consider running for an open position on Lawrenceville United’s Board of Directors! What does the Board do? The Board governs the organization and is ultimately responsible for LU’s conduct. The Board is responsible for setting LU’s goals in pursuit of its mission to improve and protect quality…

Recap of Community Meeting on Development at 135 51st St (Lobos Management)
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Recap of Community Meeting on Development at 135 51st St (Lobos Management)

On Thursday, November 30th, at 6:30 PM, Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation hosted the Community Development Activities Meetings at Goodwill’s Workforce Development Center (118 52nd St). The CDAM focused on proposed development at 135 51st St. The proposed plan calls for 15 rental townhomes to be built on the site. The meeting open with LU…

Recap of November 2023 Lawrenceville Happenings: Neighborhood Trash
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Recap of November 2023 Lawrenceville Happenings: Neighborhood Trash

On Thursday, November 9th, the Lawrenceville Happenings Meeting was hosted at Goodwill’s Workforce Development offices (118 52nd St) from 6:30-8 PM by Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation. This meeting was hosted in-person with 14 attendees and online via Facebook Live to roughly 16 attendees throughout the meeting. The focus of this Happenings was on neighborhood…

Recap of Community Development Activities Meeting on Liquor License Transfer at 4839 Butler St (to be Solera Wine Co)
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Recap of Community Development Activities Meeting on Liquor License Transfer at 4839 Butler St (to be Solera Wine Co)

Tyler Borne and Aaron Gottesman of MES Hospitality LLC are in the process of a liquor license transfer for at 4839 Butler St. The site is set to be named Solera Wine Co. As part of LU & LC’s community process, a Community Development Activities Meeting (CDAM) was held for MES Hospitality LLC to present…

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Recap of September Lawrenceville Happenings: Traffic Calming

On Thursday, September 14th, the Lawrenceville Happenings Meeting was hosted at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Lawrenceville (279 Fisk St) from 5:30-7 PM by Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation. This meeting was hosted in-person with 12 attendees and online via Facebook Live to roughly 16 attendees throughout the meeting. The focus of this Happenings…