The Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization wants a community benefits agreement with the Obama Presidential Center drafted as a city ordinance.
Republicans have ousted 13 Cook County ward committeemen, saying they voted in Democratic primaries in the past eight years, violating party bylaws.
Around Wrigley Field, bars and restaurants compete for customers. But when it comes to property taxes, they operate on an uneven playing field.
Details about the revised policy and its implementation were unveiled Thursday and officers have begun training in the new procedures.
Airport spokeswoman Lauren Huffman said O’Hare had the shortest wait times among the largest U.S. airports during the peak summer travel time.
In 2019, officers will attend 24 hours of training; 32 hours will be required in 2020. In 2021, 40 hours of training will be mandatory.
The activists and residents want a community benefits agreement, something many say will protect the neighborhoods and people the center may displace.
But these young activists have shown that they can organize the numbers needed to bring attention to their cause in a matter of hours.
That’s the bottom line of Inspector General Joe Ferguson’s latest audit released Wednesday.
The deadline for the city’s “request-for-nominations” is Sept. 27 and must be submitted only by the “property owner or an entity with site control.”
Still there is room for improvement, particularly among African-Americans who accounted for 54 percent of all newly diagnosed cases of HIV in 2015.
Attorney Timothy Fitzgerald was booked into the Berrien County jail on charges of delivering or manufacturing marijuana and running a drug house.
No changes to the building or zoning code is required to build tiny homes, assuming the designs “comply with minimum standards” a city official said.
Businessman Brian McCormack plans to start polling in the next two weeks to gauge support for a mayoral run by former Police Supt. Garry McCarthy
“This step really represents a paradigm shift in the way that we are thinking about how we invest our assets in our community,” Kurt Summers said.