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The Mayors’ Institute on City Design is a program that conducts a series of intimate, closed-door two-day symposia intended to offer a small group of invited mayors a better understanding of the design of American cities. Participation is limited to eighteen to twenty people: half are mayors and half are urban design experts and other resource people. The Midwest Session took place on February 10-12, 2010 in Pittsburgh. The mayors came from Charleston, WV, Racine, WI, Huntingdon, WV, Springfield, IL, Kenosha, WI, Canton, OH, and Elkhart, IN.
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