Mar 22

Updated 8 hours ago

Early voting for runoff elections begins Monday

...38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve 39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln 41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest...

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1st Ward - Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward - Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward - Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward - Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward - Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward - Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward - Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward - Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward - Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward - District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward - McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward - West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

14th Ward - Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

15th Ward - Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward - Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward - Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward - Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward - Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward - Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward - Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward - Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward - Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward - Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward - Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward - Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward - Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward - West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward - Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward - Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward - Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward - Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward - Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose

34th Ward - West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward - Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park 36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W...

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...3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago 38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve 39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library...

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...Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

  • CJL ...

    Pac52:

    "Do you think Rahm's contractors' people are out there beating the bushes for him in these last few days?"

    We've gotten about a dozen calls from Rahm's side. Nothing from Chuy.

    Tho Chuy did make an appearance outside my kids school shortly before the first election--there are few parents in the hood who are very pro-Chuy, and presumably orchestrated it. Believe that that is mostly about the school board--which cannot be a bona fide elected body w/o action from Springfield.

  • Tom G Living in Avondale since 1994

    John: I agree that debates are probably the best way to get a sense of the candidates. As far as Harold Washington goes, we would be lucky to get someone like Harold again. Never was the Mayor's office as open to community groups as it was during the Washington administration....

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    John: I agree that debates are probably the best way to get a sense of the candidates. As far as Harold Washington goes, we would be lucky to get someone like Harold again. Never was the Mayor's office as open to community groups as it was during the Washington administration. He knew that he had to get white and Hispanic votes as well as black votes to get reelected, so he spent his time in neighborhoods all around the city. I knew people in his economic development office and they all were very dedicated to bringing resources into the neighborhoods. Garcia just does not have the same voter base as Washington did, nor does he have the same sheer charisma. That is not to say that Garcia isn't very dedicated to making neighborhoods a top priority. He is, and that's his strongest suit. But I got to see Washington close up, working a crowd, and he drew energy from being with people like no politician I have seen since. He loved people of all colors.

Mar 22

Updated 9 hours ago

Early Voting For Chicago Runoff Election Begins Monday

39th Ward – N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski

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Chicago Board of Elections – 69 W. Washington St., Lower Level Conference Room

1st Ward – Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward – Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward – Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward – Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward – Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward – Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward – Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward – Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward – Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward – District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward – McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward – West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

14th Ward – Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

15th Ward – Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward – Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward – Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward – Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward – Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward – Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward – Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward – Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward – Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward – Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward – Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward – Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward – Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward – West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward – Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward – Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward – Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward – Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward – Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose Ave

34th Ward – West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward – Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park

36th Ward – West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett

37th Ward – West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago

38th Ward – Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve

40th Ward – Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln

41st Ward – Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy.

42nd Ward – Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State

43rd Ward – Lincoln Park Library 1150 W. Fullerton

44th Ward – Merlo Library 644 W. Belmont

45th Ward – District 16 Police 5151 N. Milwaukee

46th Ward – Truman College 1145 W. Wilson

47th Ward – Welles Park 2333 W. Sunnyside

48th Ward – Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway

49th Ward – Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers

50th Ward – Warren Park 6601 N. Western

  • Tom; Generally I decide based upon debates and speeches. (who is whitey supposed to vote for again?) Unfortunately I still get mailings , my comments were gleaned from those. Jesus' comment about wanting to continue the "Mayor Washington legacy" made my physically shudder.

    P.S. As a side comment to people...

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    Tom; Generally I decide based upon debates and speeches. (who is whitey supposed to vote for again?) Unfortunately I still get mailings , my comments were gleaned from those. Jesus' comment about wanting to continue the "Mayor Washington legacy" made my physically shudder.

    P.S. As a side comment to people running for office; All things being equal I will vote for the person who does not call the other candidate names. The "At least I'm not as bad as xxxxx" is a red flag. Kind of like the ISIS slogan; "Hey, at least we are not Comcast"

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Why did a reference to Harold Washington make you shudder?

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Updated 35 hours ago

This just in: Garcia administration will take fast action to relieve airport neighbors of jet noise

Chicago — Jesus “Chuy” Garcia announced today that his administration will act swiftly to relieve the excessive airplane noise that has been plaguing residents of the Northwest side of the city since O’Hare runway patterns were altered in 2013.

“For nearly two years, neighbors of O’Hare have been unable to enjoy their parks and their back yards,” Garcia said. “They can’t keep their bedroom windows open at night because they can’t sleep with the noise from the new flight patterns....

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Chicago — Jesus “Chuy” Garcia announced today that his administration will act swiftly to relieve the excessive airplane noise that has been plaguing residents of the Northwest side of the city since O’Hare runway patterns were altered in 2013.

“For nearly two years, neighbors of O’Hare have been unable to enjoy their parks and their back yards,” Garcia said. “They can’t keep their bedroom windows open at night because they can’t sleep with the noise from the new flight patterns. I’ve seen it, I’ve heard it. It’s unbearable, and the current Mayor can’t be bothered to listen.

“There are clear solutions here. The Chicago Department of Aviation has the legal discretion to work with the Federal Aviation Agency to advise and direct flight patterns. A good starting point will be to preserve and prioritize the northwest-facing 14L/32R runways for use at night. Those runways point towards the forest preserve, industrial properties, and the Northwest Tollway.

“The FAA has said that it is Chicago’s decision whether to decommission the two diagonal runways that are currently slated for demolition. My Administration will act to preserve these runways and give the city greater air traffic flexibility, especially at night.”

Commissioner Garcia signed on to the five-point plan presented by the Fair Allocation in Runways (FAIR) coalition in February.

  • Jac Charlier AKA Citizen Jac Citizen-led solutions for better community

    Jim P and Essam - Changes to the runway patterns at O'Hare are not only possible, they actually occur regularly already. We track where flights land and takeoff from and, lo and behold, they use different runways. So, we know it can be done and we know the City of...

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    Jim P and Essam - Changes to the runway patterns at O'Hare are not only possible, they actually occur regularly already. We track where flights land and takeoff from and, lo and behold, they use different runways. So, we know it can be done and we know the City of Chicago, as the owner of the airport, can do it if directed by the Mayor. I invite you to join with your fellow citizens...might not be your issue but is an issue of democracy. We get to have a say in how things are done.

    And yes, I hope with different people things are different otherwise there is no need to act at all. That I do not believe.

    Have a great Monday!

  • Give me a break this Is pandering at its best, Chuy is desperate

2 days ago

Updated 42 hours ago

Join Us! Citizens Take to the Streets during the Final Chicago Mayoral Debate

The Fair Allocation in Runways (FAiR) Coalition, the leading voice for residents impacted by the October 2013 changes made to the runway takeoff and landing patterns at O’Hare airport, is once again taking to the streets on Tuesday, March 31 from 6-8pm at the site of the final Chicago Mayoral debate being held at WTTW (PBS) TV studios at 5400 North St. Louis, Chicago. FAiR members will make their voices heard over the roar of the massive increase in planes...

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The Fair Allocation in Runways (FAiR) Coalition, the leading voice for residents impacted by the October 2013 changes made to the runway takeoff and landing patterns at O’Hare airport, is once again taking to the streets on Tuesday, March 31 from 6-8pm at the site of the final Chicago Mayoral debate being held at WTTW (PBS) TV studios at 5400 North St. Louis, Chicago. FAiR members will make their voices heard over the roar of the massive increase in planes resulting from decisions made with no real community input.

All residents in both city and suburbs are invited to join FAiR at the civic protest. You do not need to be a member of FAiR. Those interested are asked to show up on Tuesday, March 31 at 5400 North St. Louis from 6-8pm. Dress warmly. Bring a protest sign and allow extra time to park. The protest location is accessible off of the Kimbal and Foster CTA buses.

More information? Contact Jac Charlier, Jac.charlier@gmail.com or check out FAiR on Facebook.

3 days ago

Become a Neighborhood Naturalist at the North Park Village Nature Center

Training day is Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the nature center, 5801 N. Pulaski Road.

3 days ago

Be Part of the Golden "Spike" Tiles...The Neighborhood Connection Project Wants Your Name!

Greetings Neighbors,

Were you part of the Neighborhood Connection Project (NCP) at anytime since we started in March 2010 until now? If so, NCP wants to recognize you by name on the golden "spike" tiles that will connect the East and West murals.

If you donated time, we need your name.
If you put up even one tile, we need your name.
If you cleaned up one afternoon, we need your name.
If you donated resources, we need your name....

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Greetings Neighbors,

Were you part of the Neighborhood Connection Project (NCP) at anytime since we started in March 2010 until now? If so, NCP wants to recognize you by name on the golden "spike" tiles that will connect the East and West murals.

If you donated time, we need your name.
If you put up even one tile, we need your name.
If you cleaned up one afternoon, we need your name.
If you donated resources, we need your name.
If you donated funding, we need your name.
Heck, if you donated, helped out or pitched in no matter how or how much, we need your name.

During summer 2015 we will finish the project by joining the two bricolage murals together in the center. The joining of the East and West sides of the mosaic will be done in the same way our American railroads were completed...by meeting in the middle with a golden stake. In the case of NCP, we will use golden tiles to represent the gold railroad spikes.

Send your full name to Jac Charlier at jac.charlier@gmail.com or Gina Metelica atgina.metelica@gmail.com as you would like it to appear on the tiles by April 30. Once we pass the deadline, we will have a very limited ability to add new names other than those from Summer 2015.

What is NCP?

Started in Spring of 2010, the Neighborhood Connection Project (NCP) is a citizen-led initiative to build community by repairing and beautifying the Metra railroad underpass located at Kinzua, Hiawatha and Lehigh. Upon completion, NCP will be the largest outdoor public art bricolage mural on Chicago's Northwest side. Thanks to funds raised and the tremendous financial support of After School Matters (ASM), NCP will again employ 30 local teen apprentices for the project.

For more information about the Neighborhood Connection Project, contact Jac Charlier at jac.charlier@gmail.com or Gina Metelica at gina.metelica@gmail.com. You can also check us out on Facebook and stay tuned to Nextdoor.com and EveryBlock.

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Mar 24

Updated 5 days ago

Early voting for runoff elections offered at 51 sites

39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski

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1st Ward - Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward - Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward - Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward - Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward - Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward - Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward - Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward - Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward - Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward - District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward - McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward - West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

14th Ward - Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

15th Ward - Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward - Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward - Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward - Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward - Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward - Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward - Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward - Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward - Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward - Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward - Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward - Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward - Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward - West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward - Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward - Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward - Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward - Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward - Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose

34th Ward - West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward - Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park

36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett

37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago

38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve

40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln

41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy.

42nd Ward - Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State

43rd Ward - Lincoln Park Library 1150 W. Fullerton

44th Ward - Merlo Library 644 W. Belmont

45th Ward - District 16 Police 5151 N. Milwaukee

46th Ward - Truman College 1145 W. Wilson

47th Ward - Welles Park 2333 W. Sunnyside

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

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Neighbors lets get together and make plans for the spring and summer.March 18th at 7:00 hollywood park field house. This wednesday.

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Mar 07

Early Voting Opens March 23

North Park Village Administration Building, 5801 N. Pulaski;

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16th District Police Headquarters, 5151 N. Milwaukee;

Roden Library, 6083 N. Northwest Hwy;

Independence Library, 3548 W. Irving Park;

Kilbourn Park, 3501 N. Kilbourn; and the

Chicago Board of Elections, 69 W. Washington, Lower Level Conference Room.

Additionally, the Board of Elections site and the Welles Park early voting site, 2333 W. Sunnyside, will be open for early voting Sunday, March 29, 9 am to 3 pm.

Mar 07

Mar 05

Rahm Confronted on Mental Health Clinic Closures During Wicker Park Forum

Delgado, who said she suffers from depression and anxiety, is not currently seeing a therapist because the clinic she was referred to, near Peterson and Pulaski avenues, takes her 90 minutes to get to in traffic on two buses.

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"Why did you close my clinic?" asked Debbie Delgado, a 55-year-old woman who was receiving treatment at the city-run Northwest Mental Health Clinic, 2354 N. Milwaukee Ave. for 22 years before it was shuttered as part of 2012 budget cuts.

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Feb 27

Updated Feb 28

Early Voting Opens March 23

North Park Village Administration Building, 5801 N. Pulaski;

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16th District Police Headquarters, 5151 N. Milwaukee;

Roden Library, 6083 N. Northwest Hwy;

Independence Library, 3548 W. Irving Park;

Kilbourn Park, 3501 N. Kilbourn; and the

Chicago Board of Elections, 69 W. Washington, Lower Level Conference Room.

Additionally, the Board of Elections site and the Welles Park early voting site, 2333 W. Sunnyside, will be open for early voting Sunday, March 29, 9 am to 3 pm.

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Updated Feb 26

Park District Spring Sign Up Starts Today: Archery, Woodworking and More

Hollywood Park, 3312 W. Thorndale Ave.: Basketball for boys, soccer for girls.

Peterson Park, 5801 N. Pulaski Ave.: Line dancing for seniors, weight training for teens and kiddie college for preschoolers. The park's gymnastics center has a host of classes at a variety of levels.

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Eugene Field Park, 5100 N. Ridgeway Ave.: Sporty offerings include badminton and cardio cycling. Art classes for all ages include color theory and oil painting.

Gompers Park, 4222 W. Foster Ave.: Tumbling, tennis and tee ball for youngsters; fitness boot camp, yoga and pickleball for adults.

Horner Park, 2741 W. Montrose Ave.: Get crafty with classes in ceramics, woodworking and jewelry making. Also, piano, guitar and jazz band.

Independence Park, 3945 N. Springfield Ave.: Hit the pool, either for open swim or aquatic fitness class. Special recreation programs include bowling and judo.

Jensen Park, 4600 N. Lawndale Ave.: Lots of indoor soccer classes, plus fun and games for all ages.

River Park, 5100 N. Francisco Ave.: Ballet, tap dancing, volleyball and yoga/pilates are among the classes offered.

Hamlin Park, 3035 N. Hoyne Ave.: Circus arts and golf for kids, modern dance and personal training for adults.

Revere Park, 2509 W. Irving Park Rd.: Ping-pong is alive and well at Revere.

Welles Park, 2333 W. Sunnyside Ave.: Parent-and-tot yoga and gymnastics classes.

Winnemac Park, 5101 N. Leavitt St.: Learn to swim at Winnemac, whether you're six years old or 60.

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