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Effective immediately: restaurants in Chicago can expand indoor seating to 40% of their capacity, following 3 days in a ...
02/16/2021
Indoor Dining, Drinking Expands in Chicago, Lightfoot Announces

Effective immediately: restaurants in Chicago can expand indoor seating to 40% of their capacity, following 3 days in a row of fewer than 400 new COVID-19 cases reported.

Chicago officials announced Tuesday they will allow indoor dining and drinking at bars and restaurants to operate at 40% of their normal capacity, or no more than 50 people.

48th Ward Update: Tips on staying safe and warm during this week's inclement weather, and 48th Ward Winter Coat Drive fo...
02/15/2021
48th Ward Update - February 15, 2021

48th Ward Update: Tips on staying safe and warm during this week's inclement weather, and 48th Ward Winter Coat Drive for Care for Real is postponed -- new collection date coming soon!

48th Ward Update

02/15/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch live: Mayor Lightfoot and OEMC Commissioner Rich Guidice share information on how the City is responding to extreme weather

WATCH LIVE: Mayor Lightfoot, OEMC Executive Director Richard Guidice, DSS Commissioner John Tully and other City leaders provide an update on the city’s preparations for the extreme weather conditions ahead.

Welcome to Argyle, UniUni.US! Uni Uni has a location in Chinatown and is celebrating their Uptown grand opening this wee...
02/12/2021

Welcome to Argyle, UniUni.US! Uni Uni has a location in Chinatown and is celebrating their Uptown grand opening this weekend! All weekend, they are offering Buy One Get One Free bubble tea, and for every purchase made, $1 will be donated to Chinese Mutual Aid Association! Stop in, check out the local art gallery and live DJ sets curated by Haibayô, and wish the team at Uni Uni success!

02/12/2021
48th Ward - Community Page

🧧 Happy Lunar New Year! 🧧 Here's some footage from last year's Argyle Lunar New Year Parade, if you're feeling nostalgic like we are. Uptown United & Uptown Chamber of Commerce have done a great job bringing the Argyle business and community together this year to find ways to ring in the Year of the Ox in a COVID-safe manner! We'll be sharing updates from Argyle over the next week. First up: stop by UniUni.US at 1130 W Argyle this weekend to welcome them to our neighborhood!

Live from 2020 Argyle Lunar New Year

48th Ward Update: Reopening Update, CPS Update, Year of the Ox - Argyle's Virtual Lunar New Year Celebration!, and Busin...
02/10/2021
48th Ward Update - February 10, 2021

48th Ward Update: Reopening Update, CPS Update, Year of the Ox - Argyle's Virtual Lunar New Year Celebration!, and Business Highlights: Defloured: A Gluten Free Bakery, UniUni.US, Uncommon Ground on Devon

48th Ward Update

02/10/2021
Chicago Department of Public Health

Watch Live: City of Chicago Reopening Update

COVID19 REOPENING UPDATE: CDPH Commissioner Arwady and BACP Commissioner Escareno provide an update on COVID-19 and the City's reopening plans. chicago.gov/coronavirus #ProtectChicago

Our condolences to the family, friends, and Chicago Teachers Union on the news of Karen Lewis's passing. Karen was a tir...
02/08/2021
Legendary former Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis has died

Our condolences to the family, friends, and Chicago Teachers Union on the news of Karen Lewis's passing. Karen was a tireless advocate for Chicago's students and teachers, and she leaves behind a great legacy. We appreciate her efforts over the years.

Karen Lewis, former leader of the Chicago Teachers Union, has died. She was 67.

02/07/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch live: update about CPS/CTU negotiations

HAPPENING NOW: Mayor Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools CEO Dr. Jackson provide an update on CPS' plan for a safe return to classrooms.

Last night Mike Simmons was sworn in as our new 7th District Illinois State Senator, filling the vacancy left by Heather...
02/07/2021

Last night Mike Simmons was sworn in as our new 7th District Illinois State Senator, filling the vacancy left by Heather Steans's resignation. Mike was born and raised in our community, and has a distinguished resume working in government and community-based organizations. Mike is the first openly LGBTQ+ State Senator to serve in Illinois, the first Ethiopian-American to serve in the General Assembly, and is the first person of color to represent the 7th District. We look forward to working with him in his new role to get needed State resources to support our neighbors.

48th Ward Weekly Update: Weather Advisory, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic is POSTPONED, Andersonville Chamber of Co...
02/05/2021
48th Ward Weekly Update - February 5, 2021

48th Ward Weekly Update: Weather Advisory, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic is POSTPONED, Andersonville Chamber of Commerce Coffee and Cocoa Crossover, Uptown United/ Uptown Chamber of Commerce brightens up Argyle with red lanterns, and Dan Luna's Super Bowl Sunday Menu -- featuring: Pizzeria Aroma, Piatto Pronto, Pearl's Southern Comfort, Calo Ristorante, Hon Kee Restaurant BBQ -n- Seafood, Beard & Belly, and Uncommon Ground Edgewater!

https://mailchi.mp/48thward/weekly-update-february-05-2021

Chicago is expected to experience dangerously low temperatures and sub-zero wind chills through Wednesday. Please dress appropriately if you have to go out, and consider picking up a few items for your elderly or disabled neighbors if you are out so that they can stay safe. Click here for informatio...

USPS is hiring mail carriers! These are career-track positions with great benefits. To apply, visit usps.com/careers.
02/05/2021

USPS is hiring mail carriers! These are career-track positions with great benefits. To apply, visit usps.com/careers.

Due to expected inclement weather, 48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman and our partners Near North Health Services Corpora...
02/04/2021
COVID Testing

Due to expected inclement weather, 48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman and our partners Near North Health Services Corporation and Ismaili Jamatkhana have decided to postpone 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic that was scheduled for Saturday, February 6. We will announce a new date soon. In the meantime, if you need to access a COVID-19 test, see link below for information on testing sites in Chicago. We apologize for the inconvenience, but temperatures are expected to be dangerously low. Please email [email protected] if you need further assistance.

Chicago COVID-19 testing: https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/sites/covid-19/home/covid-testing.html

You should get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms, have been in contact with someone who is ill, or if you have recently participated in a high risk activity, such as attending a large gathering or crowded space. All individuals tested for COVID-19 should remain isolated until test results...

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02/04/2021

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02/04/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch live: update from Chicago Mayor's Office and Chicago Public Schools on the status of school reopenings.

HAPPENING NOW: Mayor Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools CEO Dr. Jackson provide an update on CPS's reopening plans.

48th Ward Update: Vaccine update, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic, and ideas for a Shop Local Super Bowl Sunday!
02/03/2021
48th Ward Update - February 3, 2021

48th Ward Update: Vaccine update, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic, and ideas for a Shop Local Super Bowl Sunday!

48th Ward Update: Book your vaccine on ZocDoc, Free COVID test this weekend, Keep it local for Super Bowl Sunday

02/02/2021
Chicago Department of Public Health

Chicago Department of Public Health provided an update about the COVID-19 Vaccine rollout in Chicago today, and also announced a partnership with Zocdoc. Visit www.zocdoc.com/vaccine to check for appointments and/or to get an email when an appointment is available. ** Vaccine supply and appointments are still limited, so please continue to be patient while the nearly 700,000 Chicagoans eligible for Phase 1b all receive their shots! **

CHICAGO VACCINE UPDATE: Chicago is the first city to implement the Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler, a new service that is free of charge and designed to streamline Chicago’s vaccine scheduling. #ProtectChicago chi.gov/covidvax

48th Ward Update: CPS update, Vaccine reminders, Chicago now in Phase 4 Reopening Measures, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test...
02/01/2021
48th Ward Update - February 1, 2021

48th Ward Update: CPS update, Vaccine reminders, Chicago now in Phase 4 Reopening Measures, 48th Ward Free COVID-19 Test Clinic this weekend, and more

48th Ward Update

48th Ward Weekly Update: CTA RPM station renderings, Updates about COVID-19 Vaccines, Carjacking Updates, City Council U...
01/29/2021
48th Ward Weekly Update - January 29, 2021

48th Ward Weekly Update: CTA RPM station renderings, Updates about COVID-19 Vaccines, Carjacking Updates, City Council Updates, Andersonville Chamber of Commerce gets cozy with Hygge Fest, and more

This week the CTA released renderings of what the new stations at Bryn Mawr, Berwyn, Argyle, and Lawrence will look like when Red Purple Modernization (RPM) construction is complete at the end of 2024. All four station houses and platforms will be ADA accessible when complete, and will feature publi...

If you missed our 48th Ward Vaccine Town Hall on Wednesday night, we've posted the recording here: https://youtu.be/V1_g...
01/29/2021
48th Ward Vaccine Town Hall - Jan. 27, 2021

If you missed our 48th Ward Vaccine Town Hall on Wednesday night, we've posted the recording here: https://youtu.be/V1_gepYUnow

A few FAQs our office has been receiving:

Q: Why am I having so much trouble getting an appointment? I qualify as Phase 1b and I am worried that I'll miss my chance to get vaccinated.

A: You will not miss your chance. The City is not currently receiving enough doses each week to meet the demand of everyone who wants to get vaccinated, so we all have to practice patience and continue to wear our masks and socially distance until we are all vaccinated. Everyone will get a vaccine, it is just going to take some time.

Q: I called my doctor/pharmacy and they don't have the vaccine. What should I do?

A: CDPH is actively enrolling doctors and pharmacies who will be able to provide vaccines. It may take some time for your health care provider or preferred pharmacy to get onboarded as a vaccination site, so you can check back every few days. If your doctor or pharmacist tells you they have no plans to offer the vaccine, check the map at chicago.gov/covidvax to find a location near you.

Q: I heard from my neighbor that her friend's sister was able to walk into a pharmacy in the suburbs and get a vaccine. Should I just try that?

A: Please don't, it is incredibly important that you make an appointment to get vaccinated. It's great to share resources with friends and neighbors, but be cautious of rumors as sometimes the message can get scrambled in transmission. Please use trusted sources like the 48th Ward, City of Chicago, Cook County, and State of Illinois to find out the current guidance and updates.

48th Ward Ald. Harry Osterman and Chicago Department of Health Medical Director Dr. Jennifer Seo hosted a town hall for neighbors in the 48th Ward to provide...

Yesterday the Zoning Committee passed an ordinance to landmark 6106 N. Kenmore, known locally as "The Ken Nordine House"...
01/28/2021

Yesterday the Zoning Committee passed an ordinance to landmark 6106 N. Kenmore, known locally as "The Ken Nordine House". This rare survivor of the arts & crafts homes of Edgewater was preserved and avoided redevelopment thanks to the efforts of the Edgewater Historical Society and other dedicated neighbors. The home is also significant due to its association with the late Ken Nordine, a jazz and spoken word artist who lived in the house from 1951 to 2019. The current owners are restoring the home.

Chicago Transit Authority released renderings of what the new stations at Bryn Mawr, Berwyn, Argyle, and Lawrence will l...
01/28/2021
CTA Reveals New Red Line Station Designs In Uptown And Edgewater, Part Of $2 Billion 'L' Overhaul

Chicago Transit Authority released renderings of what the new stations at Bryn Mawr, Berwyn, Argyle, and Lawrence will look like after the completion of the CTA RPM project. These are concepts that have taken in community input, and there will more opportunity for feedback from the community before designs are finalized, including public art at each station.

New stations at Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr will be constructed as part of the $2 billion Red-Purple Modernization Project.

Friendly reminder: tonight at 6pm we will be joined by Dr. Jennifer Seo of Chicago Department of Public Health for 48th ...
01/27/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Friendly reminder: tonight at 6pm we will be joined by Dr. Jennifer Seo of Chicago Department of Public Health for 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall. Email [email protected] with questions for CDPH. Please be sure to register for tonight's event via the Zoom registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sBoVVYwIRo-ZI9hGPysZpw

Join 48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman and a representative from the Chicago Department of Public Health about the City's latest plans for COVID-19 vaccine distribution. There will be time for Q&A.

01/27/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch Live: Meeting of the Chicago City Council

WATCH LIVE: Mayor Lightfoot presides over a virtual meeting of the Chicago City Council.

01/26/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch Live: Update from Chicago Mayor's Office and Chicago Public Schools about CPS Reopening Plan

HAPPENING NOW: Mayor Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools CEO Dr. Jackson provide an update on CPS's reopening plans.

48th Ward Update: The name of the game is patience while the City signs up more pharmacies and doctors offices to distri...
01/25/2021
48th Ward Update - January 25, 2021

48th Ward Update: The name of the game is patience while the City signs up more pharmacies and doctors offices to distribute vaccines. CDPH expects it will take 2 months to vaccinate all 650,000+ Chicagoans who are part of Phase 1b. We are only receiving about 34,000 doses each week (that means only 5% of eligible Chicagoans getting vaccinated each week). Please be patient, keep checking with your doctor and pharmacy, and join us on Wednesday for 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall.

48th Ward Update

01/25/2021
Chicago Mayor's Office

Watch live: Vaccine update from Chicago Mayor's Office and Chicago Department of Public Health

WATCH LIVE: Mayor Lightfoot receives her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and provides a distribution update with CDPH Commissioner, Dr. Allison Arwady. #ProtectChicago

The first snowstorm of 2021 is on its way! We could get up to 8 inches of snow, and strong winds are expected. Please st...
01/25/2021

The first snowstorm of 2021 is on its way! We could get up to 8 inches of snow, and strong winds are expected. Please stay home this evening if you don't have any essential trips to make. Snow plows and salters will be out to keep the streets safe. Please be sure to keep sidewalks clear and help out your neighbors who may have difficulty shoveling. Stay safe!

[5:55 AM 1/25/2021] Our impactful winter storm remains on track, with snow developing later this afternoon and evening. Icing becomes are problem south of I-80, with mainly snow to the north. #ILwx #INwx

For some additional, general timing information, see the additional timing graphics below:

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Our Number One Question over the last two weeks: "How can I register to get a COVID-19 vaccine?" The good news is in! If...
01/25/2021
Ways for Individuals to Register for the Vaccine

Our Number One Question over the last two weeks: "How can I register to get a COVID-19 vaccine?" The good news is in! If you're in Phase 1B (aged 65+ or an essential worker), starting today you can make an appointment through the following venues:

👩‍⚕️1. Your doctor (this is recommended, it allows for the prioritization of those at the highest risk for COVID-19)
💊 2. At your local pharmacy. Click the link below for how to register for a vaccine at Walgreens, Mariano's, Jewel-Osco, or Walmart
🏬3. Your employer. If you fall into this category, it's likely your employer has/will get you details and at this point, there's no action you need to take.

Please be patient during this process! Join us Wednesday for 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall to hear directly from Chicago Department of Public Health about the vaccine rollout in Chicago.

Beginning Monday, January 25th, Chicago will move into phase 1b of COVID-19 vaccinations. This means Chicagoans age 65+ and specific groups of highest-risk and front-line essential workers will be eligible for vaccination. COVID-19 vaccine availability is limited, but new doses arrive each week. The...

01/22/2021
Governor JB Pritzker

Watch Live: Governor JB Pritzker COVID-19 update

Governor Pritzker gives a COVID-19 update.

Please join us Wednesday, Jan. 27, 6pm for 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall to get answers directly from Chicago Dep...
01/22/2021
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Please join us Wednesday, Jan. 27, 6pm for 48th Ward COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall to get answers directly from Chicago Department of Public Health. Chicago is receiving 32,000 - 34,000 vaccine first doses each week from the Federal government. There are nearly 700,000 Chicagoans who fall into Phase 1b. At the current rate, only 5% of those qualified are able to be vaccinated each week. If the City begins receiving more vaccines, we are prepared to scale up administration. It is critical that everyone is patient, and trusts that they will get vaccinated in the coming months.

Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine rollout in Chicago:
- Phase 1b individuals (age 65+ & essential workers) will be eligible to receive vaccines beginning Monday, Jan. 25, 2021
- Vaccines will be distributed in four ways moving forward, always by appointment only:
---- Primary care provider/family doctor (recommended if you have one)
---- Pharmacies - More than 100 across the city are enrolled, with more being added daily
---- CDPH-run Dedicated Vaccination Sites - These are currently being used to vaccinate Phase 1a individuals
---- Through employers (likely to begin in mid-February)
- Neighbors can sign up for vaccine updates at covidcoach.chicago.gov. Please note: this is not a registry to reserve a spot in line for a vaccine, just a way to receive informational updates.

The City of Chicago has been preparing since the pandemic started to make one or more COVID-19 vaccines available as soon as possible. There will be a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines before the end of 2020, but supply will continually increase in the weeks and months that follow. The Chicago Dep...

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Hey everyone, wanted to share our latest PODCAST Episode featuring Preservation Chicago, they are committed to preserving, promoting, and protecting historic Chicago neighborhoods and buildings. Greater Than Zero Percent Podcast
The Cookbooks are Coming! The Cookbooks are Coming! Order yours ASAP while supplies last!!! The neighborhood cookbooks are being printed right now. They will be here in plenty of time to be given as holiday gifts for your family and friends. They will also make a fun keepsake for the wild and exhausting year of 2020. Remember, 100% of the proceeds of this book go to Care for Real, our neighborhood food pantry and they can really use the help right now. How to order Dishing It Out – Pandemic Edition Send an email to [email protected] and let us know how many books you would like to order for $25 each or 5 for $100. When the books are printed, we will have them ready for pick-up at either Ann Casey’s - 1515 W. Norwood Street – 773-391-9998 or Kim Cavitt’s -1420 W. Norwood Street - 773-960-6625 We will announce designated times for pick-up. You can pay by check (payable to Care for Real) or cash when you pick the books up or in advance by Venmo to @Kim-Cavitt-2, Paypal to [email protected] or Zelle to [email protected].
Hi Alderman Osterman, as a resident of edgewater i'm asking that tomorrow you Vote NO on the city budget unless it includes the #TreatmentNotTrauma Amendment by 33rd Ward Alderwoman Rossana Rodríguez , which will take resources from the CPD budget to establish a 211 hotline for mental health emergencies with a non-police social worker response. #TakeBackTheBudget #DefundCPD
As a resident of the 48th Ward, I strongly urge Alderman Osterman to vote NO on the proposed budget because this budget does not Defund CPD and invest in communities. We have a chance to fund communities, not police, and provide relief for the Chicagoans who need and deserve it. As a constituent and voter, I hope you will stand with 87% of the City who responded to the budget survey that it is vital to defund CPD and invest in communities to begin to heal the harm perpetuated by CPD. Now is the chance to stand up and do what’s right. #BootTheBudget #TakeBackTheBudget #DefundCPD
ABSOLUTE LAST CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE PANDEMIC COOKBOOK! IT GOES OFF TO ITS "CREATIVE TEAM" THIS WEEKEND! NEED ALL RECIPES THIS WEEKEND! In 2007, a group of Ruth’s Listers got together to create a cookbook. These recipes were based on the Meal Train meals that many group members cooked for others when they had a baby, had a medical emergency or had a family loss. People wanted to share these recipes and the stories behind them. We had a block party book release and sold hundreds of copies, with 100% of the proceeds of the sale of this little cookbook going to two local non-profits. So, now let’s fast forward to 2020! During this pandemic, there has been LOTS of cooking and baking (yes, I am talking about the famous “Jens”) going on as we all hunkered down and hung in. We all now have new recipes to share and stories to tell. We also have even greater needs in our community as the pandemic has wreaked havoc on the folk’s livelihoods and produced increased food insecurity. It was just time to create a new Pandemic version of the famous Ruth’s List cookbook and this time 100% of the proceeds will go to our neighborhood’s greatest safety net, Care for Real. To this end, we want all of you to share your recipes and the tales that surround them. Here is what we need to capture: Name of recipe. A brief story on how this recipe became part of your pandemic menus or why it is special to you or your family. Ingredients. Instructions on how you make it. Approximate preparation time. A bit of information of what beverage or libation (if that is your thing) this meal goes best with. If this originally came from a cookbook, magazine, or publication, please include a citation so we can give them kudos. Submitted by. These recipes can be for anything, including cocktails (which is encouraged). If they are from a publication of any kind, please share where you got it from so we can credit them accordingly. Recipes can come by whatever word processing means you have. We hope to get this printed by Christmas (it really does make a fantastic gift) so our deadline for recipes is Monday, November 9 at 5PM. You can email your recipes to [email protected]. All questions can be directed to Ann Casey at 773-391-9998 or Kim Cavitt at 773-960-6625. Once the books are printed, we will reach back and tell you where and how to purchase them.
My little sister had her car moved by Peoples Gas yesterday and they don't have a record of where they moved it. It was moved from the 1400 of Summerdale. If anyone sees a gold convertible with a black top can you let me know the location? She works nearby and I don't want her out looking for it when it's dark out. I might drive around later to look but figured this would be a good place to start! thanks in advance
WE ARE MAKING A COOKBOOK! Hello Ruth’s Listers, Edgewater and Andersonville Neighbors, and Friends of Care for Real, In 2007, a group of Ruth’s Listers got together to create a cookbook. These recipes were based on the Meal Train meals that many group members cooked for others when they had a baby, had a medical emergency or had a family loss. People wanted to share these recipes and the stories behind them. We had a block party book release and sold hundreds of copies, with 100% of the proceeds of the sale of this little cookbook going to two local non-profits. So, now let’s fast forward to 2020! During this pandemic, there has been LOTS of cooking and baking (yes, I am talking about the famous “Jens”) going on as we all hunkered down and hung in. We all now have new recipes to share and stories to tell. We also have even greater needs in our community as the pandemic has wreaked havoc on the folk’s livelihoods and produced increased food insecurity. It was just time to create a new Pandemic version of the famous Ruth’s List cookbook and this time 100% of the proceeds will go to our neighborhood’s greatest safety net, Care for Real. To this end, we want all of you to share your recipes and the tales that surround them. Here is what we need to capture: Name of recipe. A brief story on how this recipe became part of your pandemic menus or why it is special to you or your family. Ingredients. Instructions on how you make it. Approximate preparation time. A bit of information of what beverage or libation (if that is your thing) this meal goes best with. If this originally came from a cookbook, magazine, or publication, please include a citation so we can give them kudos. Submitted by. These recipes can be for anything, including cocktails (which is encouraged). If they are from a publication of any kind, please share where you got it from so we can credit them accordingly. Recipes can come by whatever word processing means you have. We hope to get this printed by Christmas (it really does make a fantastic gift) so our deadline for recipes is Monday, November 9 at 5PM. You can email your recipes to [email protected]. All questions can be directed to Ann Casey at 773-391-9998 or Kim Cavitt at 773-960-6625. Once the books are printed, we will reach back and tell you where and how to purchase them.
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Join us for Day of Play on Saturday, October 10 from 12-3pm in front of the Bezazian Branch Library at 1226 W. Ainslie. There will be game kits and books for ages 0-14. And, if you haven't met her yet, just drop by to day hello to Becca, our new children's librarian.
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I am opposed to the new structure proposed on the corner of Catalpa and Clark!!! We don’t need anothe multi unit! Put a LGBTQ and Equality community center there like the Center at Halstead!!!
I'd like to see Alderman Osterman add his name to this list. Chicagoans have a right to gather and protest peacefully, and CPD's tactics this weekend-- including the destruction of private property-- were infuriating. Mayor Lightfoot and Superintendent Brown are continuing to throw gas on the fire: I expect my local representative to speak up.