Original Post January 4, 2017:

The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition (SHUC), Councilman Corey O’Connor, and the Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs are co-hosting a community meeting on January 5th at the Children’s Institute to discuss the proposed construction of a new golf clubhouse in Schenley Park. This meeting is an opportunity for residents to learn about the current building’s condition and what fiscal steps were considered for new construction. Come with your questions! Provide your insights on this proposed project! For more on this or any questions, please email us at info@shuc.org or call the office of Councilman Corey O’Connor at 412-255-8965.

UPDATE January 10, 2017:

The office of Councilman Corey O’Connor has made available this online form for public feedback on this issue.

This is a link to the lease agreement between the City of Pittsburgh and First Tee. In order to view the contract, you will need to disable pop-up blockers: Lease Agreement

This is the video tour of the current building that was shown at the meeting:

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  1. Chris Zurawsky

    This video is rather shocking. How could such an important community asset be neglected for so long and allowed to fall into such disrepair? And the damage is made worse by the fact that the building sits within a national historic district and has been determined to be a contributing element of the district’s historic character.