Latest ‘Newsletters’

Weekly Update from Your Alderman- November 15, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser November 15, 2019Dear Neighbor,With winter weather upon us, please remember to clear snow and ice from sidewalks in front of your home or business, and to use caution while driving. Street cleaning was cancelled this week across the city due to the weather, but the Department […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- November 8, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browserNovember 8, 2019 Dear Neighbor,This morning I attended a press conference with Mayor Lori Lightfoot as she announced Charlie Beck as the new Interim Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department. Mr. Beck comes to Chicago with a distinguished record from the Los Angeles Police Department. He will be working to […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- November 1, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser November 1, 2019Dear Neighbor,I hope everyone had a safe, warm, and festive Halloween. Thank you to the volunteers who served as crossing guards in our community, and to the neighbors who welcomed trick-or-treaters to their homes in the wintry weather. This morning Chicago Public Schools are open […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- October 25, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser October 25, 2019Dear Neighbor,Chicago Public Schools remain closed today due to the ongoing teachers strike. I support the important work of our teachers and staff at Chicago Public Schools and I hope that a fair contract is signed soon so students can return to the classroom. […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- October 18, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser October 18, 2019Dear Neighbor, On Thursday, teachers at Chicago Public Schools went on strike. The strike continues today, with all Chicago Public Schools classes and after school activities cancelled. CPS has created an interactive tool on their website to help families identify safe and […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- October 11, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser October 11, 2019Dear Neighbor, Last night we hosted the first 48th Ward Town Hall Meeting of 2019. Thank you to the more than 50 neighbors who joined us at Somerset Place Apartments. As your alderman, it is very important to me […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- October 4, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser October 4, 2019Dear Neighbor,With the change of seasons come other changes.  This week 20th District Police Commander Sean Loughran was promoted to a new position. Commander Loughran has made a tremendous impact on our community and has been a true partner in […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- September 27, 2019

View this email in your browser Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser September 27, 2019Dear Neighbor, This week the Lakewood Balmoral Residents’ Council (LBRC) celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding. I joined neighbors to celebrate and honor Marge Britton, one of the founding members. LBRC’s founding was the catalyst for positive […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- September 20, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser September 20, 2019Dear Neighbor, It’s been a challenging week in our community. On Tuesday former Senn High School teacher and theatre director Joel Ewing was charged with and reportedly admitted to sexually assaulting one of his former students. I am outraged and […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- September 13, 2019

View this email in your browser Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser September 13, 2019Dear Neighbor, As many of you know, the water main replacement project in the Andersonville area of our community has been on hold for some time due to tree conflicts. Neighbors in East Andersonville have advocated to save […]

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