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November 3, 2011

32 counties, One vision, the Power of Regional Thinking. In this special edition of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso and Michael Bartley report on the goals and strategies for 32 counties in Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, the West Virginia Panhandle, and Western Maryland. Their reports concentrate on plans by the Power of 32 for the environment, people and communities, and governance.


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32 counties, One vision, the Power of Regional Thinking. In this special edition of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso and Michael Bartley report on the goals and strategies for 32 counties in Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, the West Virginia Panhandle, and Western Maryland. Their reports concentrate on plans by the Power of 32 for the environment, people and communities, and governance.


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