Mayor Peduto Appoints Christine Mondor to Pittsburgh City Planning Commission
Pittsburgh’s new mayor, Bill Peduto, has big plans for the future of the city. Recently the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted Mayor Peduto at an economic development summit held at Carnegie Mellon University:
“We’re going to become a global model of economic development… These next 10 years are going to determine what this city’s going to be for the next 100.”
And later the same week he reiterated his commitments at a conference held by Sustainable Pittsburgh, emphasizing his administration’s attention to environmental sustainability, green infrastructure, and investing in vibrant communities throughout the city.
With these ambitious plans, evolveEA Principal Christine Mondor is honored to help the city move forward in her new role as chair of the City Planning Commission. The commission is a nine-member panel charged with guiding land use and development in the City. Christine is pleased to join the other commissioners from around the city, including:
- Jennifer Askey
- Fred Brown
- Lashawn Burton-Faulk
- Paul Gitnik, Esq.
- John Paul Jones
- Maelene Myers
- Lucy Spruill
- Barb Valaw
“Pittsburgh is proof that quality of life is connected to the design of our communities,” said Christine. “I look forward to helping all of our communities shape their futures through the planning process.”