Pugh promised a fall job fair to be held by city government, thanking Mary Talley, the city's director of human resources, for putting that together. She promised "mobile units" that will take job training and job listings to the people who most need them. She wants seven such units, which she said cost $350,000 each. "If we achieve 25 percent of that goal—between jobs, training and services—we can change the trajectory of our city," Pugh said, reading from a teleprompter. "I want you to know today that we have a commitment for three of those units."