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Donna Moore for Cook County States Attorney, the best Candidate for the job!https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.chicagotrib...
Editorial: Kim Foxx’s judgment lapses: Why Donna More is better suited to be Cook County state’s attorney

Donna Moore for Cook County States Attorney, the best Candidate for the job!

Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx has not shown uncompromising judgment in the service of public safety. Three other candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for the office. We believe Donna More has all the necessary qualifications to become a stellar state’s attorney.

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Slating of Candidates for the March 2020 Election cycle is August 15 and 16. All 80 Committee persons that represent the 50 Wards in Chicago and the 30 outlying suburbs that are in Cook County should be on hand.

I will be there and work to represent the best interests of all of the Democratic constituents of the 41st Ward. There have been 73 candidates that have shown interest in the Cook County Democratic Party’s endorsement. I have personally taken the time necessary to meet and vet the majority of these candidates.

The CCDP will put out a list of “slated” candidates. That does not necessarily mean that I endorse them. I will give my weighted vote to the candidates that I feel best represent the 41st Ward.


Committeeman Heneghan

Fraternal Order of Police: Chicago Lodge No. 7

Stay strong CPD!

FOP President Kevin Graham Statement To All Active Members:

In light of the Chicago Police Board ruling to terminate three police officers and a sergeant last night, the Fraternal Order of Police must advise its members that they cannot expect any backup from the City.

Indeed, last night’s decision was the culmination of many years of the City arbitrarily disciplining, firing, and even paving the way for possible criminal charges against officers merely for doing their job, as well as the imposition of new policies and programs that place officers in jeopardy, both legal and physical.

As your elected representatives, we think it is important that you are aware of what may happen by simply performing your duties. We will continue to combat the wholesale assault on the police department by the City, County and the corrupt media machine giving it all life, including the abolishment of the Chicago Police Board to be replaced by an arbitration process.

--President Kevin Graham

Great work Cate Dunlap, tireless and selfless for the community. Thank you!
FAA Announces Release of Final Re-Evaluation Report for Interim Fly Quiet Plan - O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission

Great work Cate Dunlap, tireless and selfless for the community. Thank you!

The O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission (ONCC) is the only inter-governmental agency that is dedicated to reducing aircraft noise in the communities around O’Hare International Airport. It was established in 1996, following an invitation from the City of Chicago to suburban mayors to begin con...

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Subject: Press Release - FAA Releases the Final Re-Evaluation Report for Interim Fly Quiet Plan (IFQ)

The Federal Aviation Administration has announced the release of the Final Re-Evaluation Report for the Proposed Interim Fly Quiet Plan.

The Interim Fly Quiet Runway Rotation Plan was proposed by the O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission in 2017 to provide relief from nighttime noise for the communities around O’Hare International Airport.

According to a statement from the FAA: “The FAA concludes (in the report) that there are no significant new circumstances that require the preparation of a new Environmental Impact Statement and that the 2005 environmental analysis for the O’Hare Modernization Program remains valid. The Interim Fly Quiet increases noise for some residents and decreases it for others, but the impacts would be temporary.”

The final documents are available for review on the FAA web site at (http://www.faa.gov/airports/airport_development/omp/ifq_re_eval/) and at 83 community libraries in Illinois through August 14, 2019. https://www.faa.gov/airports/airport_development/omp/ifq_re_eval/

The Interim Fly Quiet plan is groundbreaking in the aviation community. The work of the ONCC in partnership with the CDA and FAA is being watched by airports and communities across the country and even throughout the world. The collaborative effort and level of community input is unprecedented.

The interim plan is expected to be in place from November 2019 to May 2020 and from September 2020 to January 2021. The plan will be impacted by airfield construction projects, which will result in reverting to the original Fly Quiet program during those periods.

“When the ONCC Fly Quiet Committee first met in 2015, we had a mission to balance nighttime noise and provide predictability for O'Hare communities by recommending a runway rotation program,” said Joe Annunzio, representative for the Village of Niles and ONCC Fly Quiet Committee Chair. “While it is an interim program today, I am confident that with the continued support and guidance of the CDA and the FAA, the Fly Quiet Committee will accomplish a permanent solution to bring nighttime relief in the future.”

ONCC formed an ad hoc Fly Quiet Committee in September 2015 as a result of the Chicago Department of Aviation’s recommendation to modify the existing Fly Quiet Program. Fly Quiet is a voluntary nighttime noise abatement program at O’Hare that is in effect from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. The committee’s purpose was to review, modify and make recommendations regarding nighttime noise abatement procedures at O’Hare.

The committee has overseen a series of three runway rotation tests, in order to find the best solution to balance nighttime noise impacts. The rotation plan approved by the FAA features an eight-week rotation plan with six configurations arranged to alternate each week between parallel and diagonal runways, and rotating east flow and west flow.

“I am grateful for the work of the Fly Quiet Committee members and their dedication to finding an equitable resolution to this situation, and to the CDA and FAA for their cooperation on this effort,” said ONCC Chair and Mount Prospect Mayor Arlene Juracek. “We appreciate the FAA's thorough review and findings and look forward to ultimate approval and implementation of the program."

The ONCC Fly Quiet Committee is now considering options for FQ21 – a new Fly Quiet plan to be in place once the OMP is completed and full build-out is reached.

ONCC is an inter-governmental agency representing over 2.1 million residents and is dedicated to mitigating aircraft noise from Chicago O’Hare International Airport.

For more information, please visit the ONCC Website www.oharenoise.org .

Jeanette Camacho

Executive Director

O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission


(773) 686-3198


6605 N Oconto
Chicago, IL


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