On This Day in Pittsburgh History: November 1, 1956

Theodore L. Hazlett, Jr., executive director of the Urban Redevelopment Authority, warned that a critical shortage of housing for relocation of families threatened to undermine Pittsburgh’s ambitious program for eliminating blight. [Historic PittsburghBrookline Connection]

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    And then they reworked East Liberty and wiped out one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city for 50 years.
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