6 days ago

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Community Meeting to Review Plans for New Development at 1240-44 W. Devon

I invite you to attend a community meeting I'm hosting to review plans for the construction of a new three-story, mixed use residential apartment building at 1240-44 W. Devon. The meeting will take place next Tuesday, January 27th, 7:00 p.m., at the Heartland Health Center, 1300 W. Devon, in the conference room.

The planned development complies with the existng B3-2 zoning on the site and requires no zoning relief from the City. The development team, Three Corners Development, agreed to...

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I invite you to attend a community meeting I'm hosting to review plans for the construction of a new three-story, mixed use residential apartment building at 1240-44 W. Devon. The meeting will take place next Tuesday, January 27th, 7:00 p.m., at the Heartland Health Center, 1300 W. Devon, in the conference room.

The planned development complies with the existng B3-2 zoning on the site and requires no zoning relief from the City. The development team, Three Corners Development, agreed to meet with the community to share their plans and to consider any reasonable suggestions put forth by the community residents.

The site is located between Magnolia and Lakewood Avenues and was formerly a parking lot for the old Weinstein Funeral Home. Three Corners acquired the property in 2013 as part of their development of the new $1.4 million Heartland Health Center, which recently opened a block west of this location.

The new building will consist of 7,000 square feet of storefront commercial retail space on the ground floor, which can be subdivided if necessary into two or more commercial spaces. Ten multi-family residential apartment rental units will be constructed on the second and third floor, consisting of six three-bedroom units and four two-bedroom units.

Additionally, a ground floor residential patio and 11 parking spaces will be located at the rear of the property. The total project will be approximately 20,000 square feet in size.

The developers tell me they will pursue LEED certification for the new construction, a prestigious distinction awarded to projects built in a way that improves energy savings, water efficiency, indoor environmental quality, and CO2 emissions reduction.

The developers plan to start construction in the spring with an anticipated completion date by the end of this year.

The renderings for the development can be found in the photos below.

  • Yes, Helen, I did notice that the store on the corner of Lunt and Clark is reopening. That will be great. Although now that that extraordinary Cermark grocery opened on Ridge, I find myself wanting to shop only there; it's really the most fantastic store I've seen in Chicago in terms of variety of goods, and it only keeps improving.

  • Lessee here... we have the Mariano's on Sheridan, and another is slated to go up on Western close to Devon in the near future. We have the Jewel stores at Howard, on Clark, and on Berwyn. We have the Cermak Market, the Devon Market, and a lot of middle eastern...

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    Lessee here... we have the Mariano's on Sheridan, and another is slated to go up on Western close to Devon in the near future. We have the Jewel stores at Howard, on Clark, and on Berwyn. We have the Cermak Market, the Devon Market, and a lot of middle eastern stores on Devon. We have the Aldi's at Broadway & Granville. And I guess you could even sort of count the Target on Peterson if you like a limited selection and high prices together. So a Trader Joe's would be nice, but perhaps redundant.

35 hours ago

Updated 38 min ago

Experience with cats with hypertrophic cardiomegaly?

I'm interested in the experience of others as to prognosis. My Louis is asymptomatic except for the galloping heart rate. Thanks.

  • I lost my job two months ago so follow up will be through Animal Welfare League. Spent half the rent on the urethral blockage which brought the heart condition to light. My other cat is his sister, so she'll need evaluation, too. Thanks for the good wishes.

  • Di

    I had a cat who suffered from that disease. She was on meds that I gave her twice a day. She was doing ok. Unfortunately she also had kidney disease that caused her to be very ill. Hugs!! I know it is not easy taking care of a fur baby that has medical issues.

1 hour ago

Updated 58 min ago

Joint Garcia/Moore sign appears

To add to the confusion of who's supporting who, the "have it both ways" campaign of Joe Moore is now sporting a Chey/Moore campaign sign in the yard at Lunt and Greenview.

  • Rob

    Chey, eh?

    This is pathetic Craig. Why can't you post anything positive about Don or his positions instead of this trite BS?

23 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Another lesson in political communications

On the thread about Sunday's one-candidate forum it was discussed that Joe Moore chose to not participate because he could not control the questioning and would be negatively exposed if he had to answer tough questions about performance, legal investigations, and other "sensitive" subjects. It is part of a communication strategy.

Over the weekend, one of Joe's door-to-door canvassers visited my home, despite the Don Gordon sign in the window and banner above. He mistakenly had me and my wife,...

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On the thread about Sunday's one-candidate forum it was discussed that Joe Moore chose to not participate because he could not control the questioning and would be negatively exposed if he had to answer tough questions about performance, legal investigations, and other "sensitive" subjects. It is part of a communication strategy.

Over the weekend, one of Joe's door-to-door canvassers visited my home, despite the Don Gordon sign in the window and banner above. He mistakenly had me and my wife, or at least our address, on the list he carried. He was confused.

We had a little laugh and politely shooed him away, but not before accepting Joe's four-color (read pricey) flyer. It is another example of how some politicians rely on one-way communication to delivery messaging in ways that avoid two-way discussion or rebuttal.

There is a common practice within political public relations called "stretching." In private sector PR it is considered unprofessional.

In the flyer, Joe appropriately takes credit for the PB project, paper shredding day, the picnic he sponsors, dealing with service requests and other legitimate activities.

From there, however, some of the claims arguably get a little dicey. According to this flyer, for example, Joe is responsible for:

Renovation of all the Rogers Park CTA stations

Resurfacing 70 RP streets

Improving the RP business climate, including new restaurants and cafes on Morse, Jarvis, Howard and Clark

Strengthening community ties

Adding bicycle police patrols

Improving our neighborhood school ratings and test scores

Here is the key: Joe never explicitly states "I did all of these things;" however, by listing these items in his campaign flyer, the implication - the stretch - is that they are Joe's political achievements.

I won't refute these statements here; this post is about political communication strategy, but you get the point about how one-way communication is employed as campaign strategy.

  • But it is kinda fun to see how much time you spend thinking and talking about it!

    Do you guys get together and talk about me or just text each other all day?

    Either way I'm flattered!

  • Reid Hyams X-ART Entertainment / Century 21 Universal

    Scott, I never get quiet... I have work to do and often can't play on EveryBlock all day long as you do... especially with all your multiple accounts and attacking everyone who doesn't agree with you and your banana politics.

7 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

EXCLUSIVE PHOTO: Moore campaigns with "Chuy"

In a stunning mid-campaign decision, Alderman Moore was seen standing behind the Garcia for Mayor campaign.

Mayor 1% must be steaming today.

  • Michael Archangel Just trying to balance out the "haters"

    @Rob - You wrote earlier:"This photo is from the IVI-IPO endorsement announcement (where Joe Moore actually talked about some of Rahms accomplishments.)"

    I did a little more hunting around and found that you are correct. The setting was the IVO-IPO news conference announcing their recommendations for the upcoming election. But...

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    @Rob - You wrote earlier:"This photo is from the IVI-IPO endorsement announcement (where Joe Moore actually talked about some of Rahms accomplishments.)"

    I did a little more hunting around and found that you are correct. The setting was the IVO-IPO news conference announcing their recommendations for the upcoming election. But I have to disagree with your assessment that, at least, Craig did not lie.

    Indeed, his caption for this post is a blatant lie and his follow-up comments on the thread are equally disingenuous.

    There are more than a few on this site who need a remedial course in ethics because it appears you did not learn them from mom and dad!

  • Jack W. 60626 RP neighbor since 1999

    Chuy: Endorsed by Alderman Joe Moore.
    Bye-bye Rahm!!!!

7 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

You can't have it both ways, Alderman Moore

Alderman Moore was spotted campaigning with Jesus “Chuy” Garcia. Yet, he's gone on record backing Mayor Rahm Emanual's campaign.

"Joining Garcia in earning the IVI-IPO’s endorsement were several incumbent aldermen who are among Emanuel’s reliable City Council supporters. They include aldermen Pat Dowell (3rd); Will Burns (4th); Anthony Beale (9th); Willie Cochran (20th); Walter Burnett (27th) and Joe Moore (49th)."

SOURCE: http://chicago.suntimes.com/chicago-politics/7/71/321441/ivi-ipo-endorses-garcia

I believe we've got a flip-flopper. Is the Alderman of the 49th Ward running so scared that he's gotta play both sides of the fence? Is that what we want in an Alderman? A disingenuous politician that will say anything to get elected?

  • Jack W. 60626 RP neighbor since 1999

    Great post. It's making the Moore supporters foam from the mouth! LOL!!!

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Trolls keep trolling.

4 days ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Excellent article on 49th ward pay-to-play politics

Ben Woodard has done his homework and provided insight into campaign financing in the 49th ward.

Full article here: http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150122/rogers-park/ald-joe-moore-nearly-doubles-campaign-fund-114333-at-end-of-year

A few key points:

"Most of Moore's donors provided addresses outside of the ward he represents, and many included business owners, developers and investors."

"But some contributors recently won the support of the alderman at City Hall for concessions to lift liquor moratoriums and open businesses."

"Pradeep Patel, who know (sic) owns two liquor stores in the ward, won the...

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Ben Woodard has done his homework and provided insight into campaign financing in the 49th ward.

Full article here: http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20150122/rogers-park/ald-joe-moore-nearly-doubles-campaign-fund-114333-at-end-of-year

A few key points:

"Most of Moore's donors provided addresses outside of the ward he represents, and many included business owners, developers and investors."

"But some contributors recently won the support of the alderman at City Hall for concessions to lift liquor moratoriums and open businesses."

"Pradeep Patel, who know (sic) owns two liquor stores in the ward, won the support of Moore to open Hops and Grapes in the former Isam's Liquor Store on Sheridan Road.
A frequent contributor, Patel donated $1,000 at the end of December."

"Go Grocer, an independent grocery chain that intends to open in Loyola University's Granada Center, also won the support of Moore, who sponsored an ordinance to lift a liquor moratorium on the block so the store could sell packaged goods. The company donated $500 to the alderman in December."

"In addition, James Yoo, owner of the Morse Avenue strip mall that recently evicted all of its tenants, donated $500 in November."

We can all come to our own conclusions; however, I do know it is an ongoing concern of many that important decisions are being made about the future of Rogers Park based on political profitability rather than the good of the community.

  • Nico Pericolo Formerly known as Nick Danger

    Don Gordon and Michael Lavelle? That's an eye opener and proof of the saying that if you lie down in the gutter with dogs you will end up getting fleas. The behind the scenes sleaze factor in his desperate campaign is creepy. It goes all the way back to the...

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    Don Gordon and Michael Lavelle? That's an eye opener and proof of the saying that if you lie down in the gutter with dogs you will end up getting fleas. The behind the scenes sleaze factor in his desperate campaign is creepy. It goes all the way back to the dirty Republican money that funded the lies about John Kerry and the swift boats and Pritzker money that quietly got stuffed into Gordon's pockets before he blew it all and lost the election. Where did that money go by the way? Does anyone know? Did some of that go to Anne Sullivan before Gordon dumped her? Gordon never told us where that Republican money went or how much was spent on buying bananas.

  • Tremaine Not protector of cartoon cattle

    Well, AI. I, those are my own words that I effectively used before. I'm glad you follow and admire me.

8 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Problem buildings in our neighborhoods

http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/bldgs/supp_info/building-code-scofflaw-list.html
There are several buildings in our neighborhood listed on the Chicago Building Code Scofflaw List " identifying residential building owners with three or more properties that are the subject of active Circuit Court cases where the violations remain uncorrected after the second court hearing."
Hopefully the respective aldercreatures will pursue the owners of the problem buildings in their wards to take the proper measures to bring the buildings up to code.
Hopefully the usual snipers for or against their local aldercreature will refrain from sullying the EB site with criticisms and just make sure the problems are corrected.

  • RPEyes Live on possibly the shortest street in RP

    I saw no problem buildings or problem landlords (as defined in the link) on the maps on in Rogers Park. There are a couple in West Ridge (aka West Rogers Park) though.

    Guess things are pretty good here. When there are problems, our building owners must take care of them in a timely manner.

  • Cool racism.

  • RPEyes is right, Crinidel. The link, and the map it connects to, shows no problem landlords in Rogers Park. In fact, there is only one on the entire north side, in Albany Park. Next time, take a minute to glance over whatever you link to.

30 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Help Loyola Park win an Imagination Playground

Help us great some great equipment for the kids at Loyola Park! Vote daily for "Loyola Park of Chicago Park District"
http://www.imaginationplayground.com/vote-for-an-imagination-playground.html

2 hours ago

Revive Consignment & BizArts!

On Weds Jan 28 at 5:30 Revive Consignment will be hosting the Rogers Park Business Alliance BizArts After Hours event. Stop by Revive at 1606 W. Pratt and meet other local business owners while you shop the store at your leisure, as it is staying open after hours for this great event. See you there!

2 days ago

Updated 3 hours ago

Don Gordon Forum Thread

Did he show?

  • Nico Pericolo Formerly known as Nick Danger

    Which cat? I have twelve but the Cheshire is my favorite. It can disappear leaving only the tail and it's smile. You see Carla, a dog growls when it's angry, and wags it's tail when it's pleased. Now I growl when I'm pleased, and wag my tail when I'm angry.

  • I don't think you're going to be very successful raising these questions about the Farmer's Market, Suzanne. There are very few things in this neighborhood more popular and successful than the Glenwood Market, and I'm sure people are only too happy if the alderman's office supplied it with a part-time manager in order to make it financially solvent. I fail to see what you're concerned about this issue, particularly since the alderman's office has been completely transparent about it.

8 hours ago

Updated 3 hours ago

EveryBlock Haiku

Was gone for a while
Still see the mass bickering
Some things never change

4 hours ago

6 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

  • MandaLeigh Here I Is.

    "Craig alienated a lot of people."

    Ya don't say...

  • Nico Pericolo Formerly known as Nick Danger

    Woodard never failed. He never became a journalist to begin with. His squeaky little pieces would barely qualify as footnotes in Readers Digest and his pursuit of yellow journalism have dried up a lot of information sources that no longer trust him. His blurbs read as though Gernhardt ghost wrote many of them. The old Broken Liver of Rogers Park was more interesting.

28 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

Good Morming All

Been a while, but I've been working, cooking for private clients and decluttering hoise.

6 hours ago

34 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

No show Alderman sends proxy

At yesterday's forum our current Alderman chose to hide from his constituent's, yet still wanted to offer his version of history to the crowd. So he sent a proxy, Colleen Roberts, to deliver what was nothing more than his re-election speech.

This truly was a cowardly act. Shame on him.

  • Nico Pericolo Formerly known as Nick Danger

    Don Gordon already has shown us the sort of person he would be in office. He only knows how to say NO. He is an obstructionist and an oppositionist. That is how he proves that he is DIFFERENT. He hasn't said how he would improve anything. He brings no experience...

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    Don Gordon already has shown us the sort of person he would be in office. He only knows how to say NO. He is an obstructionist and an oppositionist. That is how he proves that he is DIFFERENT. He hasn't said how he would improve anything. He brings no experience to the table. His only claim to fame was in preventing Evanston from building a yacht harbor that no one has ever heard of to begin with. Beyond that he completely lost control of his campaign messaging to a few clowns that have absolutely ruined his reputation and public image by calling people nasty names and insulting them on EB and even on Gordon's own FB page. He would be a disaster as an Alderman.

  • SpamAlert Hates being spammed

    You kids sure know how to have a good time!

Jun 12

Updated 6 hours ago

FBI Raids Chicago Math & Science

The Feds conducted a raid on one of Alderman Moore's friend's, in what is being described as a "white collar" crime. These friends of Joe Moore reportedly gave our Alderman a free trip to Turkey. (the Country)

http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20140611/mckinley-park/concept-schools-raided-by-feds

  • d3 NOH

    reminds me of when the entire Daley entourage and family were given trips to Europe by JC Deaux to study the public toilets there... which were never installed here, as evidenced by having to watch someone take a dump at the end of the red line platform, and by seeing #2 sitting in a train car at Howard

    same same, but different!

  • Quiche -- "skimming from kids" is why charter schools exist.

35 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

CAPS Beat 2422 1/27/15

The January CAPS meeting will be 1/27/15 at 7PM at Willye White Community Center, 1610 W. Howard. The police will be there to answer your questions - don't forget to bring ideas for solutions too!

13 hours ago

Updated 7 hours ago

Witch God Issue Death Warrant For Satan, Lucifer, The Devil, Beelzebub, Worm-Wood

I Witch God Issue Death Warrant From The Spirit World For The Spirit And Soul Of Satan, Lucifer, The Devil, Beelzebub, Worm-Wood! In Accordance To Goddess Will They Are To Be Crucified Upside Down On An Up-Right Cross! The Nails Are To Go Into Their Head, Tail, Feet Before Their Spirit And Soul Throw Them-Selves In The 1st. Gate Of Hell! So Mote It Be! Blessed Be!

Nov 28

Updated 7 hours ago

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Ol' Hugh is pulling down almost 100K working for the City of Chicago nowadays. Beats Lake Effect News!

  • robin in WRP misanthrope

    Haven't heard from Hugh for a while!

2 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Witch God Declares 9 Billion World People! Blessed Be!

Pisces Ends! Aquarius Begins! Spiritual Truth Revealed! Occult Power! 9 Billion World People! Get Up To Get Down To Get Funky! Turn Your Swag Up! Be Groovy! Honorable Pagan Truth Revealed! Goddess Here! Blessed Be!

  • Witch God King of Death,Sorcery,Necromancy,Shadow,Sith

    60660Gal, Good Morning! I Send My Written Message To The World Now Dureing The Witches Hour! I Don't Know Why It Is Called L.U.C.I.F.E.R But I Can't WaitTo Get Down! I Plan To Dis-Respect Satan And His Church! I Will Talk To Satan Like He A Pimp With No Tricks!...

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    60660Gal, Good Morning! I Send My Written Message To The World Now Dureing The Witches Hour! I Don't Know Why It Is Called L.U.C.I.F.E.R But I Can't WaitTo Get Down! I Plan To Dis-Respect Satan And His Church! I Will Talk To Satan Like He A Pimp With No Tricks! I Witch God Say Satan Is A Punk And So Is His Church! Jenna! Good Morning, I Will Talk To Satan Like He A B:tch! The Dis-Respect Satan Spews All Over The World Stink 3 Day Old Fish In The Garbage! 60660Gal, The Anti-Christ Is A Country Not A Man! He Is America's Friend! Goddess Has Not Given Me Permission To Set Him Out Yet Ordering Me To Concentrate My Message On Satan! The Devil Never Expected Me To Come As A Witch! Satan Expected Me To Come As A Christian! To Kill The Devil Requires The Power Of WitchCraft! Satan You Got To Pay For Burning Witches At The Stake Punk! FGFM, Good Morning And Blessed Be! Thanks For Your Advise About Regret! I Am Humbled Always By Your Intellect!

  • 60660Gal loves Edgewater,

    Good Morning WG! Be careful out there !

Jun 12

Updated 10 hours ago

Good Morning

Don't you just love it when someone smiles at you and says "Hi" and "good morning" to you first thing in the morning(I do).Say hi to your neighbors
greet them, have a good day.

  • Bonjou; Bon maten Haitian Creole

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBDVarvFqYI

    @Becky I actually said "Good morning " to a Russian friend I work out with he was soo tickled . (Dobroe) ur sweet Becky (; (;

    @ John i survived a real winter last yr I am wit u man.
    @ Williametta your warm greeting makes us smile .

    Have a good one every one .

  • Dee On Newgard '92

    I've been absent. My apologies.

    While I'm not smiling at the snow shovel, I am certainly smiling at you all. Hope everyone's New Year is off to a great start.

    Sending a slow mornin' groove to everyone--I don't want anyone to pull a hammy:

    http://youtu.be/rqqAnjY2Rmo

10 hours ago

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2 days ago

Updated 11 hours ago

Joe Moore Citizen Action Endorsement!

Congrats on your endorsement by that progressive organization that you are on a board of. . . Oooops, oh wait, they voted 'NO Endorsement' for Ald. Joe Moore of the 49th ward. Hmm, They are on to us Joe.

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CMSA Students' Award Winning Poetries

Per popular request here are the two poems written by CMSA students which won top honors at Roosevelt University's "Too Hot to Handel" student poetry contest.

My Community - 1st Place Winner
By Sidney Hunt– 11th grade
North side Chicago
Bred from the cement grounds I call home
Where my last crawl ended and my first step started
The place with more ethnic groups than sand on the lakeshore
Diversity is what we pride ourselves on
We are the backbone...

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Per popular request here are the two poems written by CMSA students which won top honors at Roosevelt University's "Too Hot to Handel" student poetry contest.

My Community - 1st Place Winner
By Sidney Hunt– 11th grade
North side Chicago
Bred from the cement grounds I call home
Where my last crawl ended and my first step started
The place with more ethnic groups than sand on the lakeshore
Diversity is what we pride ourselves on
We are the backbone of Chicago
The melting pot in the kitchen filled with salt and pepper
The positive and negative all intermingle and although we are stopped by corruption and violence we stand strong
Black, White, Tan we are
My Community

Chicago Point of View - 2nd Place Winner
By: Ololade Taiwo—12th grade

I pay homage to the grimy hustlers that jumped hurtles for this lethal game All the casualties sustained It’s a shame and now
bystanders are getting involved Problem solved if we admonish these fools and polish the tools we use for self examination
Instead of learning gunplay we play with alliteration And it takes patience to deal with an anonymous foe but we are too stodgy to work to our utmost In fact we never trust folks So a salute to those who can woman or man it Takes courage to step up so we hide behind facades and we dress up as something we are not We were taught to love but it’s something we forgot in the rush of life like the husband that no longer trusts his wife Despite the fact that we’ve been together for years humanity is often crippled by fear

  • Helen NoH North of Howard for 50 + years

    Ah, ah, Carl, "mispelling?" Shame on you.

    There's always the possibility that "hurtles" is a typo on the part of Irene, isn't there?

  • Nico Pericolo Formerly known as Nick Danger

    You say hurdles; he says hurtles. You say turtles; I say turdles. Let's call the whole thing off.

Jan 13

Updated 15 hours ago

You are Invited to a 49th Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum!

The 49th Ward Republican Organization is sponsoring an aldermanic candidate forum on Sunday, January 25 from 3 to 4:30 pm. This will be the opportunity to hear directly from the candidates about their vision for the Ward and how they plan to respond to the many challenges facing the City of Chicago. The public will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the candidates. While aldermanic candidate Don Gordon has already agreed to participate, incumbent Joe Moore told me...

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The 49th Ward Republican Organization is sponsoring an aldermanic candidate forum on Sunday, January 25 from 3 to 4:30 pm. This will be the opportunity to hear directly from the candidates about their vision for the Ward and how they plan to respond to the many challenges facing the City of Chicago. The public will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the candidates. While aldermanic candidate Don Gordon has already agreed to participate, incumbent Joe Moore told me that he’ll “take a pass.” Nonetheless, I’m hoping members of the Ward’s Democratic organization can convince the alderman to change his mind so voters have the opportunity to compare their ideas and ask questions of both!

The Aldermanic Candidate forum will be held at the Loyola Park Fieldhouse at 1230 W. Greenleaf.

In addition to hearing from Don (and hopefully Joe), we will be reaching out to the other candidates who were denied the opportunity to appear on the ballot through the challenge process to see if they’d like to participate as well. I give Don credit for this idea, and agree with him that their ideas for the future of our City and Ward merit public consideration.

I hope to see you there!

  • Helen NoH North of Howard for 50 + years

    Rob, thanks for that link to the thread on Don's Facebook page. No, George is indeed, NOT a "moorista," but he IS living proof that one doesn't have to be a friend of the alderman to get a zoning change, which he needed a number of years ago to expand his building on my block.

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