Latest ‘Newsletters’

Weekly Update – March 27, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser March 27, 2020Dear Neighbor,I hope that you, your family and friends are doing well, staying safe, and hanging in there. This has been a long and challenging week. I want to thank all of you for the sacrifices you are making and your efforts to support your fellow […]

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Weekly Update – March 20, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser March 20, 2020Dear Neighbor,This has been a difficult and challenging week. We have all had to make sacrifices, changes to our daily lives, and many have felt the harsh financial realities of the crisis we’re in. I want to thank everyone who has signed up to volunteer for […]

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Weekly Update – March 13, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser March 13, 2020Dear Neighbor,Yesterday Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Governor JB Pritzker held a press conference to provide an update on steps being taken by the City and State to address and contain the spread of COVID-19, click here to view. My office is canceling a few events […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- March 6, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser March 6, 2020Dear Neighbor,This morning I received a briefing, along with fellow aldermen, from Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Alison Arwady. Yesterday a fifth case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) was confirmed in Illinois, with the patient receiving care at Rush Hospital.The City of Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- February 28, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser February 28, 2020 Dear Neighbor, My office, in partnership with our local Chambers of Commerce and the CTA, has been meeting with business owners for the last two years to make sure they are prepared for the upcoming RPM construction. Bryn Mawr Jewelry, which has operated at […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- February 21, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser February 21, 2020Dear Neighbor,Today kicks off Andersonville Restaurant week, a 10-day celebration of the thriving dining scene in Andersonville. More than 20 restaurants are participating with brunch, lunch, and dinner options. This is a great opportunity to return to a favorite restaurant, or try out one that […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman- February 14, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser February 14, 2020Dear Neighbor,Stay warm this weekend and celebrate Valentine’s Day locally at one of the many great restaurants or theatres in the community. This week Senn High School students held a sit-in and protest following an incident in which a teacher is said to have told a […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman – February 7, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser February 7, 2020Dear Neighbor, Yesterday Mayor Lori Lightfoot declared the eroding lakeshore, due to rising lake levels and severe weather, a local disaster in a letter to Governor JB Pritzker. Governor Pritzker issued a proclamation declaring a state disaster, and requesting funding from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman – January 31, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser January 31, 2020Dear Neighbor, Please come out to Argyle Street tomorrow to join us for the Annual Argyle New Year Parade and Celebration as we welcome the Year of the Rat. Festivities will take place noon through 4pm, with the parade stepping off at 1pm sharp […]

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman – January 24, 2020

Weekly Update from Your AldermanView this email in your browser January 24, 2020Dear Neighbor, This week crews in East Andersonville completed work on the pilot project to use alternative technologies to line and replace private drains as part of a water main replacement project. While a few smaller trees and Ash trees will still have to […]

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