Councilwoman Deb Gross

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For a while it seemed as though every day brought some fresh disaster for the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority: billing errors, elevated lead levels, boil water advisories

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The board of Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority voted Thursday to approve a deal for the redevelopment of the Produce Terminal in the Strip District. The vote cleared the way for developer McCaffery Interests to take a long-term lease on the building.

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City of Pittsburgh officials want to change how developers qualify for tax breaks in order to incentivize projects in underserved neighborhoods, create affordable housing and jobs, or promote sustainable infrastructure.