Partnership eyes better improvements for low-income homes in Allegheny County

Allegheny County and Pittsburgh officials signed a compact Friday that offers to help undercut lead contamination, asthma incidents, excessive energy use and other hazards in lower-income households. The move, which involves several nonprofit service 

Allegheny County and Pittsburgh officials signed a compact Friday that offers to help undercut lead contamination, asthma incidents, excessive energy use and other hazards in lower-income households. The move, which involves several nonprofit service
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Ruth Ann Norton, president and CEO of the Green and Healthy Homes Initiative, and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto sign the Green and Healthy Homes Initiative compact on July 21, 2017.




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