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Extra definitive info, alongside the traces mentioned within the file, gives you a origin to maneuver ahead and, if capability merits are obvious, to outline a unified imaginative and prescient and set of targets for governance and fiscal improvement in Allegheny County.
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A Research Agenda for Assessing the Impact of Fragmented Governance on Southwestern Pennsylvania by Sally Sleeper