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48th Ward Weekly Update- February 1, 2021

Subscribe Past Issues RSS Translate 48th Ward UpdateView this email in your browserFebruary 1, 2021Dear Neighbor, I hope you had a safe and warm weekend. Please reach out to my office if you need assistance clearing your walkway of snow. Additionally, I encourage neighbors to help others on your block who may have difficulty clearing snow […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update- January 29, 2021

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browserJanuary 29, 2021Dear Neighbor,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 […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update- January 25, 2021

48th Ward UpdateView this email in your browserJanuary 25, 2021Dear Neighbor, Today individuals who are in Phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout are eligible to being receiving vaccines in Chicago. Because Chicago is receiving a limited amount of vaccine doses each week, it is important that everyone understands that it will take through the month of […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update- January 22, 2021

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browserJanuary 22, 2021Dear Neighbor, Today Governor JB Pritzker announced that Chicago is on track to move to Tier 1 mitigations effective tomorrow, Saturday, January 23. This will allow for the return of indoor dining, with capacity limits, at restaurants and bars that serve food. For complete details on […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – January 20, 2021

48th Ward UpdateView this email in your browserJanuary 20, 2021Dear Neighbor, Yesterday State Senator Heather Steans announced that she will be resigning from her seat effective January 31. I want to thank Heather for her tireless service, partnership, and deep commitment to our community, City, and State. Senator Steans has been a strong leader for our community and […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – January 15, 2021

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser January 15, 2021Dear Neighbor, Chicago Public Schools began their reopening this weeks, as some Pre-K and cluster students returned to in-person learning. I remain in contact with our local principals to hear how things are going at our schools in the Ward. On Monday the City […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – January 8, 2021

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browserJanuary 8, 2021Dear Neighbor,Wednesday, January 6, was a dark day in our country’s history, with the seditious attack on the US Capitol. This action was perpetrated and incited by President Donald Trump, as he invited his supporters to Washington DC and led them to attack our nation’s […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – January 6, 2021

48th Ward UpdateView this email in your browserJanuary 6, 2021Dear Neighbor, Chicago Public Schools plans to reopen schools on Monday, Jan. 11, for some Pre-K and Cluster students, to be followed on Monday, Feb. 4, for Kindergarten through 8th grade students. Many of you have reached out to me about your concerns regarding this reopening plan. I have spent recent […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – December 23, 2020

48th Ward UpdateView this email in your browserDecember 23, 2020Dear Neighbor, Yesterday as Vice Chairman of the Committee on Public Safety, I participated in an eight-hour subject matter hearing held by the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Health & Human Relations regarding search warrants carried out by Chicago Police Department. This subject matter hearing was a […]

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48th Ward Weekly Update – December 18, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser December 18, 2020Dear Neighbor, This week body camera footage was released depicting a 2019 incident when Chicago Police wrongfully raided the home of Anjanette Young, handcuffing her while she was naked, and not responding to her telling them many times that she wasn’t who they […]

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