Latest ‘Newsletters’

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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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- September 6, 2019

View this email in your browser Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser September 6, 2019Dear Neighbor, I hope our local students, teachers, school staff, and parents had a wonderful first week back to school. We are looking forward to another positive school year in the community and are planning ways to bring […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- August 30, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser August 30, 2019Dear Neighbor,Thank you to everyone who contributed to a safe, fun, and active summer in our community. This week we hosted our annual 48th Ward Back to School Celebration and last night was the final Argyle Night Market of the season, two sure signs […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- August 23, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser August 23, 2019Dear Neighbor, Tomorrow Women & Children First Bookstore is celebrating their 40th anniversary with a block party at Farragut and Clark from 11am to 5pm.The event will feature music, children’s activities, feminist crafts, and more, with a special […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- August 16, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser August 16, 2019Dear Neighbor,The sounds of pilots practicing for this weekend’s Air & Water Show is a reminder that summer is winding to a close. I hope you have enjoyed a safe and happy summer and that you’ve taken advantage of […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- August 9, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser August 9, 2019Dear Neighbor,Congratulations to the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce on a successful EdgeFest last weekend. The weather was beautiful, the music was great, and there were a lot of pets! The first ever Edgewater Pet Mayor — Pax the Goat — was […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- August 2, 2019

View this email in your browserWeekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser August 2, 2019Dear Neighbor,This weekend is EdgeFest, the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce’s annual summer street festival at Broadway and Thorndale. This year’s event features everything you love about past EdgeFests — live music, great food & arts vendors, kids’ activities, adult beverages […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- July 26, 2019

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser July 26, 2019Dear Neighbor,We had an eventful City Council meeting this week, including the historic passage of two important ordinances unanimously. A package of ethics reforms were passed, which gives the Office of the Inspector General authority to audit City Council Committees and increases fines for ethics […]

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