8 hours ago

Updated 30 min ago

Idea Factory for the Patio Theater

Been turning over ideas in my head about the Patio Theater and what kind of programming will get people in the door. Post your ideas here, one idea per comment, please. If an idea is something you and your family are like to attend, thank the poster and that way we will see what might fly to keep the theater open.

  • AH

    "And the Oscar goes to..." (e.g., screen only ___ year's Oscar winners in a given month).

  • AH

    "Made/Remade"(back-to-back screenings of the original and the remake, e.g., Cape Fear, The Birdcage).

13 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Chinese anyone?

I'm looking for a good, clean Chinese restaurant in Portage Park.
Any suggestions?

5 hours ago

Western Springs man sentenced for stalking DuPage County judge

Through his plea, John Euwema, 58, of 3900 block of Central Ave., admitted to anonymously sending a package to the home of Judge Kathryn Creswell in July...

46 hours ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Pitbull Attack

A neighbor told my girlfriend there was a terrier killed after a pitbull attacked it on the 5200 block of Cullom the other day. She heard the pitbull wasn't leashed at the time of the attack.

  • joanie Resident of Jefferson Park

    Yes, all the insurance companies that list dangerous dog breeds, and medical professionals who weigh in on what breeds inflict the most harm, must consist of ignorant and uninformed humans.

  • Johnny Portage Park

    What I've learned so far:
    Portage Park Ryan heard about a dog fight which may have occurred. Although, it has yet to be confirmed by any other neighbors (perhaps is was actually a unicorn fight?)
    Joanie is clearly not a dog person.
    The Chipotle is still not open.

4 days ago

Updated 6 hours ago

Squirrels in the veggie garden

Stupid squirrels have never really bothered my veggies in past years...but today they basically destroyed most of my corn. I'm pretty ticked off...but aside from sitting out there and catching them and hosing them down or something, anybody got any proven tricks?
I had been using blood meal but these squirrels seem to have grown accustomed to it.

  • Just prune it maybe. Someone on the block pruned their vast Russian sage, they let me have the cuttings. I sorted through it to root some. I was using it as a physical barrier to keep the birds out of the pea tendrils. Then I ran across something about planting lavender or R sage to repel wildlife. That first squirrel to carry a neighbor's green tomato over here and eat it, sitting on the chain link, that got my offense fired up.

  • southsideandy A South Side outpost in the heart of the N.W. Side

    Oh, it can use a trim...I'll try some of that too, and see what happens.

7 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

Filament Theatre's 'Crossing Six Corners - Sat September 6

Tickets for the 3pm & 7pm shows are available for reservation online.... Free or $5 donation.

http://www.filamenttheatre.org/calendar-event/crossing-six-corners-school-days-2/

  • JMC Six Corners/Old Irving Park resident.

    Oops - it's 3pm or 8pm (not 7pm).

  • pattymelt is mostly in charge

    Per the website, the second show is at 8pm.

7 hours ago

boa

Before it was Lasalle bank it was a Talman Home Savings, and before that It was Northwest Federal Savings back in the 70's. Anyone remember the Rusty Rooster Booster Club for kids?

4 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Wasp removal recommendations?

Can anyone recommend someone to get rid of wasps? They took up residence inside some exterior wood trim a week ago and spraying every night has made no difference.

14 hours ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Wright College

Tried to sign up for some computer CEU classes only to find out that the person that ran it at Wright left and no one to run it, so they don't offer them. Now we have to go and pay out of district at Triton or Oakton if we want to take classes. Whats up with this? Anyone know whats up?

  • Is CEU continuing education? Because their website has a fall schedule up for those...

  • StrawberryFields Life-long Portage Parker

    I have no idea what CEU stands for, but have you tried to see if they offer what you're looking for at one of the several other City College campuses? Wright isn't the only one.

  • Portage Porker 23 Year Portage Park Resident

    If they don't offer it at any other City Colleges you may be able to get a "charge back" to cover the out of district cost difference.

2 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

trucks that sell produce

I was just wondering about the trucks that park on the side of the road that sell produce? Is it a good deal? Is the product good? Is it legal? Any info appreciated.

  • There is a great fruit market on Irving Park south of Montrose, North of Cicero. I love it there! And .... I have bought from the trucks and they have pretty good prices.

  • Flew That Chicago born & raised. You can come home again!

    Sorry crazyfran, but your directions are confusing. Irving Park and Montrose run parallel, and Cicero intersects both. Did you mean ON Cicero between Montrose & Irving?

19 hours ago

Updated 8 hours ago

LOST DOG

Any one lost a puppy yesterday? Found a puppy in the 4700 block of Addision.

  • Denise M Seasoned dog owner

    Check Lost Dogs Illinois

  • Ev

    If you would like help searching all the so many photo albums of the missing listed on Lost Dogs Illinois I would be glad to help if you post a picture. This all volunteer organization is located on facebook and also have a website: lostdogsillinois.org but the website is not as up to the minute like the facebook page is. Thanks so much for keeping this pup safe!

45 hours ago

Updated 12 hours ago

Tax Bloom. Property tax refund

I received a letter from a company called tax bloom and they are claiming they can get a $1200 to $10,000 tax refund for me. It said this will expire soon if we don't act soon. Does anyone know if this is legit? I appealed my own taxes and received a reduction in the assessed value of my home the year before last. What else can be refunded?

20 hours ago

Updated 13 hours ago

Best Dance Class for Toddler?

Please share your recommendations about where great dance classes are offered for toddlers in Portage Park or neighboring hoods. Thanks!

  • Old Town School of Folk Music has great dance and music classes for toddlers.

  • Wright College has some classes. My daughter went to one that we liked.

5 days ago

Updated 13 hours ago

Dunning Read Conservation Area Advisory Council is Forming

Just learned about this opportunity to serve the community. See the link below. It sounds like a fine opportunity for the nature supporters, educators and parents to create, shape and/or influence the nature programming for their children and others in our "own" backyard. Is anyone thinking of joining in?

http://fotp.org/news/friends-of-the-parks-seeking-members-for-the-newly-formed-dunning-read-conservation-area-advisory-council

  • Does anyone have any feedback on this meeting? I came out having more questions than answers.

40 hours ago

Updated 13 hours ago

Chipolte

Does anyone know when the new Chipotle at Irving Park and Kilpatrick is supposed to open?

  • Does Chipotle even serve coffee in general? Not saying you are wrong, but I can't imagine them buying fairly expensive coffee for just one location .

  • SVDC ConcernedCitizen

    : )

35 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

  • Thought I read once that Divvy stations all have to be within certain miles from each other. I forget how many miles exactly. So you can't have one by Wright or JP unless more go up between those locations and the currently closest Divvy station. I think right now the...

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    Thought I read once that Divvy stations all have to be within certain miles from each other. I forget how many miles exactly. So you can't have one by Wright or JP unless more go up between those locations and the currently closest Divvy station. I think right now the closest is Kedzie and Milwaukee. That's about two miles from the Irving Park blue line. From there you'd theoretically be able to expand in whatever radius they deemed necessary to build out the next station. Unfortunately I guess lack of funds mean we won't get that support.

  • JMC Six Corners/Old Irving Park resident.

    Here's an article on the story. Also has a link to the City's announcement.

    http://chi.streetsblog.org/2014/08/22/the-pros-and-cons-of-divvys-new-expansion-map/

16 hours ago

Thank you for your Support

Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraiser, and the staff at Five Below in the Brickyard.

Apr 16

Updated 16 hours ago

Cancelling Xsport Membership

I have a membership that I no longer use. I have fulfilled the terms of their contract so it isn't like I still owe them time or money. I looked at their website to see what I would need to cancel, and it says that I have to send a certified letter to their headquarters requesting the cancellation. Is this really what happens? It seems like such a pain! Has anyone had to do this? Am I not able to walk over there and have it done?

  • Jan

    never ever ever pay for a membership with plastic! if you pay with a check or cash there is absolutely no way they can do the automatic renewal. btw, read ALL the fine print on the contract you sign. you'll see that most fitness centers automatically renew month after month after month.

  • I cancelled my son's membership to the X-sport on Irving Park.
    I mailed a letter, but it DID NOT have to be certified.
    I cancelled because I could never find parking.

2 days ago

Updated 16 hours ago

Trees in PP

I noticed that there were a bunch of trees cut down in Portage Park right on Central. Today I saw that there were a ton of trees bordering the park on Irving that seemed to be marked. I assume that they will be taken down too. Disease?

  • It hurts my heart to see all the trees that have been cut down due to infestation or disease or whatever it may be. Takes too long for new ones to grow.

  • There were also a few trees on Patterson/Austin cut down due to disease too.

Jun 13

Updated 18 hours ago

Tire repair

Does anyone know of a good tire repair shop in Portage Park, Jeff Park, Mayfair or Irving Park?

45 hours ago

Updated 18 hours ago

Bank of America - Again

Yesterday I noticed some new construction next to the new Chipotle on Irving... It's another Bank of America... Next to the old Bank of America . . . You know, the one that's empty, and has been for a year or more . . . Another thing, wasn't the building at Irving and Lamon (S/W Corner) a Bank of America?

Who approved this?

  • Wow, thanks for the info. Any idea how long it has been empty?

  • SVDC ConcernedCitizen

    Gary in P.P. Actually, it was The Howard. I don't think it ever even opened. Right at Howard and Paulina.

Jul 25

Updated 18 hours ago

Tree removal from backyard

We have a large tree in our backyard that we want to remove. We have talked with our neighbor (since the tree leans into his property) and he agrees it is time for the tree to go.
Can anyone recommend someone to take the tree out. It is about 2 stories tall and a full canopy (would love to remove it before the leaves fall for the autumn).

  • @Chris, We have 4 bids. Crosstown was the cheapest, care of trees at $680 (blanking on the names of the other 2 companies), but $800 (they did not include stump grinding on the bid) and $950. The only thing with Crosstown is that you need to be patient, they do take some time to return calls and setup appointments. I have checked the Yelp and BBB reviews and I am hoping things go well. Again, I will definitely update this post once they have completed the job.

  • What kind of tree was it?

36 hours ago

Updated 20 hours ago

number and name on my soccer Jersey

Anyone know a place that does the name and number on a Jersey? I joined a soccer league but need to get it added on. Thanks!

  • Chicago Knitting Mills at 3344 W. Montrose 773-463-1464 Been going there for years. Mr. Bob does a great job with my kids Girl Scout badges.

  • @Deb that's the place that put my high school letters on my jacket, back in the days just after the dinosaurs ran off.

  • @PP46...and Mr. Bob still owns the place...and the inside hasn't changed in the last 30+ years since we've been going there. We have had all our T-shirts and sweatshirts for our Girl Scout troop made there for decades. It's cute to see how much my little ones love to go there and see Mr. Bob.

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Jun 19

Updated 32 hours ago

Irving Park Rd (Bet. Harlem & Cumberland)

Since last fall, I became outwardly concerned with the state of Irving Park Rd near my home. Our Illinois Route 19 acts much like highway, between Harlem Ave. and Cumberland Ave. There are two cemeteries on each side of it, which are Acacia Park Cemetery and Irving Park Cemetery. Cars ZOOM BY with little concern for the pedestrians and bikers. Anyone who would pull a traffic report would note that deadly accidents and bumper to bumper accidents are not a...

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Since last fall, I became outwardly concerned with the state of Irving Park Rd near my home. Our Illinois Route 19 acts much like highway, between Harlem Ave. and Cumberland Ave. There are two cemeteries on each side of it, which are Acacia Park Cemetery and Irving Park Cemetery. Cars ZOOM BY with little concern for the pedestrians and bikers. Anyone who would pull a traffic report would note that deadly accidents and bumper to bumper accidents are not a stranger here! Two of my neighbors were KILLED over the past two years, one on a bike and one in the car. This year, someone just DROVE THROUGH the rusted-out fence into Irving Park Cemetery. Often KIDS on bikes, MOTHERS with strollers and ELDERLY with their shopping carts either struggle through the gravel and mud filled paths, where used to be once concrete sidewalks on "both" sides of the road, or they maneuver their equipment into the street. These both northern and southern sidewalks used to be functional until they were abandoned in the late 1960's or so. If anyone would talk to the CROSSING guard by N. Pioneer Ave, ours is Kristen, would learn of the frequent dangers of crossing the street. She will be back in the fall when the school restarts and would appreciate having traffic lights installed, too. The requests to fix these sidewalks have bounced around various public offices with mixed results. I PLEA with all concerned citizens to assist me with getting this overdue safety issue resolved by contacting all politicians overseeing or soon-to-be overseeing this area. Hearing from the community-at-large vs. one neighborhood mother is far more impactful I am told. Thank you!!!

Please e-mail your support for the sidewalks to:

Senator Mulroe at senatorjohnmulroe@att.net;
Representative Martwick at repmartwick@gmail.com;
Alderman Sposato at info@aldermansposato.com; and
Alderman Cullerton at Timothy.Cullerton@cityofchicago.org.

  • Randy Stroller

    I was not here but am told Daley nixt the arial pedways because it would lessen street traffic for storefronts. I am sort of with you though that cement rucks, cyclist and pedestrians do not mix well.

  • Thank you for the clarification.

    Due to the speeding, accident prone traffic, including a recent car driving through Irving Park Cemetery's fence, we certainly would agree that the guardrails would be helpful. Alderman Cullerton mentioned them as an option to consider, after his personal tour of the area and of...

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    Thank you for the clarification.

    Due to the speeding, accident prone traffic, including a recent car driving through Irving Park Cemetery's fence, we certainly would agree that the guardrails would be helpful. Alderman Cullerton mentioned them as an option to consider, after his personal tour of the area and of the broken cemetery's rusted fence, which got "patched" up recently. We just don't know where the funding would come to cover them? We can't get the sidewalks replaced since late 1960's, let alone get the guardrails.

    Last fall, the city started putting gravel on the mud that you see in the picture above with more added this summer. This thick layer of gravel hinders biking and strolling due to the lack of friction, providing a sinking in and bumpy ride. Anyway, we need the sidewalks back, but the added guardrails would be certainly welcomed and would provide "more" safety for the pedestrians and bikers (I know they are not supposed to be on the paths/sidewalks).

    Senator Mulroe also toured the area personally, and this morning, his office informed us that the traffic study got scheduled to occur shortly after the public school year begins. The results will be shared with us.

    There are many questions about the study that I have posed and hope to get more details, like: What does it entail? How long will it take? When will the results be ready to be shared?

    Our crossing guard Kristen would like to participate in the study and she suggested meeting with the surveyors either before (7:30-8:30 am) or after school (2:30-3:30pm), as the kids and their parents cross the street. It is important that the conversation with the local pedestrians is heavily considered as well as the accident record in the area. I am not sure how many accidents get reported, but I do hope that the majority do.

May 07 2012

Updated 37 hours ago

Catch basin cleaning

We need to have our catch basin cleaned. I'm looking for recommendations for a reputable company.....

  • Sorry, Josh, I just "No Thanked" you that last time just for chuckles...couldn't help myself. Don't know who did the other times. Perhaps someone's got it in for you.

  • A&J SEWR JUST "SUCKED"ME CLEAN!!!!!!!! TOOK 3 FEET OF STUFF FROM MY HOLE! GRAT JOB FOR A GOOD PRICE!

2 days ago

Updated 41 hours ago

Elly's Closed August 23rd

Went over to Elly's on Milwaukee for breakfast on 8/23 and they were closed. Couldn't find any posts on EveryBlock and didn't see any signs on the doors. Anybody know why they were closed?

  • I wasn't too impressed by the Elly's on Cumberland nor LaSalle/north. The eggs benedict is terrible at both locations. Also, not fond of the interior design at either. It is way too loud. Haven't been to Milwaukee location, however I am not inclined after my experiences at the other two.

  • Tracy Rowan Author and life-long Chicago resident

    I've never had a single problem with service at Elly's. The people have been unfailingly polite and helpful.

2 days ago

Updated 43 hours ago

Large bang

Anyone just hear what sounded like a small explosion?

  • no, but where abouts?

  • ellen, Chicago Living between Ireland and Chicago

    We're at Belmont and Central. Heard it in the distance but pretty close

  • I heard it as well last night. Bad that I immediately thought, "Gunshots - humph..." and rolled over and back to bed??? Sad.

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3 days ago

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Power out in Portage Park

Reported to Com Ed that our power went out at 2:30. Anyone else?

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Dry Cleaners Open Early?

Anyone know of dry cleaner in the area that opens early? 6-615a? My husband has to take his CFD dress blues in for a funeral/wake of a fellow firefighter on Tuesday and needs it back same day. Thanks EveryBlock!

  • Trim N Tidy on Higgins opens at 7, but they are fast and do same day service.

  • White Star at Montrose and Long opens at 6:30.

Aug 19

Updated 2 days ago

Cat found by park

My husband found a lost cat tonight (8/19) on the east side of Portage Park by Long and Berteau. I believe it is female, approximately 2 years old. She is a tabby with white chin, paws and belly. The cat has some unique markings. If you think it's yours, please contact us on EB. There was no collar to identify her.

  • A&K

    Thankfully it worked for us. We only had to wait a few days because the parents of the teenage girl who owns her were too afraid to tell her about it while she was gone.

  • I hope they were looking for it in the meantime. Yikes.

6 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Cheap, plentiful pizza?

We're having an event with 50 people in a couple of weeks, and I'm looking for the best deal on pizza I can find. Do any good local/non-chain places have discounts for large quantities? We usually order from Porretta's or Pete's when it's a small group, but that could get pricey fast for this crowd. We want it to be good, though. Any suggestions?

6 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Bye bye trees

Approximately 30 trees have been cut down in the park. Guess we can blame that darn bug. But this is what happens when there is a monoculture. Let's hope that the city/park district practices biodiversity when they replant. And let's hope that they replant, and soon, like this fall.

  • If anyone has a parkway ash that they want to save, and don't want to wait for the city to (maybe) come by and inject it with insecticide, there are tree companies that will. I got mine done a month or so ago. They will need a permit, of course...

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    If anyone has a parkway ash that they want to save, and don't want to wait for the city to (maybe) come by and inject it with insecticide, there are tree companies that will. I got mine done a month or so ago. They will need a permit, of course but the major tree companies are familar with that process. They tagged my tree as well, so that the city crews know it's been done.

    It was an added expense, but I didn't want to lose the tree. And for me it was worth it.

  • Years ago, when Daley was still the mayor I read that the city asked Morton Arboretum to advise on the list of trees they wanted to plant in the city (the tree cover was supposed to increase from 17% to 23% this decade - I don't know if this is...

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    Years ago, when Daley was still the mayor I read that the city asked Morton Arboretum to advise on the list of trees they wanted to plant in the city (the tree cover was supposed to increase from 17% to 23% this decade - I don't know if this is still valid as the new mayor seems less urban ecology minded?). It must have been 2010 when I read it. But in that report the Morton Arboretum told the city to no longer plant ash due to warming weather. And indeed the list of trees city plants no longer includes it (mountain ash is not a true ash). Here is the list (pdf): http://www.cityofchicago.org/content/dam/city/depts/streets/supp_info/Forestry/Forestry%202013/Chicago_Urban_Tree_Planting_list_2012.pdf

    And there is a line in that list that says: "Tree selection should follow the Chicago Bureau of Forestry's Guidelines for Tree Diversity" - so there is some plan to increase diversity of trees grown in Chicago. The question in my mind is - is current mayor committed to this as well? That's aside the obvious question, which is, what is that plan exactly? (Or what was it?)

    Thank you Polonia for the info on the Tree Keepers course.

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Mar 06

Updated 3 days ago

Garage info

Can anyone tell me what is the biggest garage I can build on my 30' lot? I've had 3 different garage companies come out and have gotten 3 different answers. Same for wall height. I want 10' walls but was told 9' is the max. Thanks in advance.

  • Jerry Butcher Res. portage park

    Alderman Tim you said you can only have a 250 sq.ft. garage on a 25 ft. wide lot.
    Thats only like a one car or car and a half garage. That doesn't seem right that you
    can't have a 2 car garage.You need aboout 400 sq.ft. for that.

  • I live in BOTY. my lot is 25x125. It was a new contruction. 8 years ago so I am pretty sure the garage is legal. It is 21 ft. wide by 24 long. Same as my neighbor. Built at same time.this is 504 sq. ft. I measure the outide dims...

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    I live in BOTY. my lot is 25x125. It was a new contruction. 8 years ago so I am pretty sure the garage is legal. It is 21 ft. wide by 24 long. Same as my neighbor. Built at same time.this is 504 sq. ft. I measure the outide dims of the garage.So the 250 rule doesnt seem right. My question is can i add a tool shed addition to it. I heard this is an option. I wanted to add a 21x8 slab. to the existing and build a slanted roof structure to on it. The existing mating garage wall will not be eliminated. I noticed several others in the area have done this. Is this doable legally or do i need a special permit

Aug 19

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5 days ago

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Food Trucks and Micro Brews

Fischmans Liquors at Milwaukee and Lawrence will have a ton of Microbrews on tap tonight and food trucks serving out front. Highly recommended!

  • Bajista Toca el contrabajo

    Thanks for calling them microbrews and not craft beer.

Aug 16

Updated 4 days ago

New Mexican restaurant at Montrose and Milwaukee

Hi, everyone - does anyone have additional details about La Margarita, the restaurant set to open on the corner of Montrose and Milwaukee in the old Mrs. O'Leary's space? Really looking forward to it!

5 days ago

Updated 4 days ago

Schools asking for $ for equipment

Just curious because i've seen a lot of these posts recently. If one were to contribute to the cause, or even purchase and donate the requested item, is it tax deductible?

  • A $135 calculator will not be obsolete in 4 years. The TI-83 I bought in 1999 is still being sold for $100.

  • But, in four years there will probably be less people that want to buy it, and there will probably be an app for that.

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Aug 18

Updated 5 days ago

End or Scale Back red-light camera program

Letter to the editor of the Chicago Tribune from Cook County Clerk David Orr today on the red-light camera program. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/letters/chi-letter-end-or-scale-back-redlightcamera-program-20140818-story.html

The Chicago Tribune’s ongoing investigation into the city of Chicago’s red-light camera program exposes the program for what it is: a regressive revenue-producing tool that dupes law-abiding citizens.

The fine work by Tribune reporters David Kidwell and Alex Richards proves the red-light camera program, much like Chicago’s parking-meter fiasco, was a bad deal from the beginning. Pitched as a...

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Letter to the editor of the Chicago Tribune from Cook County Clerk David Orr today on the red-light camera program. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/letters/chi-letter-end-or-scale-back-redlightcamera-program-20140818-story.html

The Chicago Tribune’s ongoing investigation into the city of Chicago’s red-light camera program exposes the program for what it is: a regressive revenue-producing tool that dupes law-abiding citizens.

The fine work by Tribune reporters David Kidwell and Alex Richards proves the red-light camera program, much like Chicago’s parking-meter fiasco, was a bad deal from the beginning. Pitched as a safety measure, red-light cameras are really a way to nickel-and-dime average folks. From shortened yellow lights to manipulated tickets, residents are sick of these tricks, as they should be.

Government must not treat its citizens this way. The red-light camera program should be ended completely or, at the very least, scaled back drastically with heightened oversight and accountability.

-- David Orr, Cook County Clerk, Chicago

http://theexpiredmeter.com/2014/08/two-more-indicted-by-feds-in-redflex-bribery-scandal/

  • Lou

    I too have never received a ticket from one of the automated systems and strongly agree with Bill and the studies that have been done on these cameras.

  • Lou

    Oh yeah.... knock on wood !

5 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

How to Volunteer at Fringe Fest

It's easy. Sign up online:

https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=1614322866&OR=1

You will get a link via email for their online scheduling system. Sign up for shifts. Attend one training (there are four scheduled for next week starting on Sunday). Make it a yearly habit.

I did this last year and had a great experience.

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