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CIVIC DUTY: Meanwhile, in Pittsburgh, Mark Belko notes Penguins officials are "hoping to reach a deal with a developer to start the residential portion of the former Civic Arena redevelopment in a few weeks." Three of the firms "in the running for the work are McCormack Baron Salazar, KBK Enterprises and Dawson Co., all of which have ties to Pittsburgh." Williams confirmed that "all three developers are being considered for the arena project, but added that the team has talked to a number of others as well" (PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, 7/16).