1 hour ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Rooftop Deck -Permit

Hello,

I'm interested in building a rooftop deck on top of a 3 unit condominium. Can anyone share any tips on the permit/inspection process?

Much appreciated

  • You're going to want architectural drawings, structural engineering calculations and you're going to need two entrance/exits. A professional architect and contactor should be able to guide you through the permitting process.

3 hours ago

Updated 2 hours ago

Chuy Says NO to the Belmont Flyover!

Calling the proposed Flyover “an unnecessary expenditure of taxpayer funds that will generate little return on investment,” Chuy Garcia expressed his opposition to the Flyover.

Read more, and check out our website at:
http://stopbelmontflyover.com/2015/03/03/chuy-says-no-to-belmont-flyover/

A vote for Chuy Garcia is a vote to save Central Lakeview!

  • I was undecided about who to vote for, but now it looks like I am voting for Rahm. We need a mayor who is not vague about how to improve the CTA.

4 days ago

Updated 9 hours ago

  • SPIRO 1983 sergeant 19

    Yep typical chicago bs the owner gets the shaft and the renter gets off free..what a sham!!!!

  • Mr. Cullen established the theater and the restaurant. He had no health insurance when he had a costly stroke a few years ago. He's given immensely to theater as we know it in Chicago for decades. You can lose everything you build. This is a tragic story.

41 hours ago

Updated 11 hours ago

Old news?!?!

Has anybody else noticed that EveryBlock detectors are picking up articles from 2012-2013???

Feb 23

Updated 32 hours ago

434 Melrose

Does anyone know the status of the unfinished construction site at that location? There was supposed to have been a hearing at City Council in regard to it.

  • Robert Rohdenburg Affordable Housing Activist for ONE Northside

    I've reviewed the published agendas of both the Zoning and the Housing committees from August 2014 through January 2015 and could find no mention of this address for a zoning change or any other city council or committee action. Because of the election, there will not be any city council...

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    I've reviewed the published agendas of both the Zoning and the Housing committees from August 2014 through January 2015 and could find no mention of this address for a zoning change or any other city council or committee action. Because of the election, there will not be any city council meetings or committee meetings in February. There is a Housing committee hearing scheduled for 3/11 10am and two Zoning Committee Hearings next month: 3/12 and 3/17 , both staring at 10am in Council Chambers,before the 10am 3/18 City Council meeting. No agendas for these committee meetings are available yet. Shortly after 3/1 some of the agendas for the March meetings should start to appear. You can check the web site:
    https://chicago.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx for any additional committee meeting dates, changes in times/locations, and the meeting agendas. The current or new alderman for the ward may know more about the property before any hearing action. The press coverage about the property are old stories at:
    May 21,2012 story:http://chicago.curbed.com/archives/2012/05/21/stalled-condo-building-to-serve-as-skeleton-for-luxury-rentals.php
    June 3,2011 story:http://chicago.curbed.com/archives/2011/06/03/failed-lakeview-condo-development-leaves-a-stump-behind-1.php

  • I'm sorry to hear that nothing has transpired, but thanks very much for your thorough review-I appreciate it!

  • Ed H. 5 year Lakeview resident

    What a great location, I cant believe that lot is still the way it is.

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Summer Options for 6 year old child

I'm looking for daycare options for my 6 year old for this upcoming summer. I work from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. The Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club doesn't start until 8 am but I have to be at work by 8 am. I need to pick up as late as 6 pm on some days. Any suggestions/recommendations for high quality group childcare for a 6 year old in the area? Looking for entire summer, not just short summer camps. Thank you!

  • mike Return Chicagoan circa 1996

    Hamlin park offers day camps during the summer that I have sent my boys to. It's not too expensive and you need to sign up online. It is offered through the Chicago park district.

  • SPIRO 1983 sergeant 19

    Put the delinquent in a boot camp or ymca or bible study thank you very much.

Feb 23

Updated 5 days ago

Police ride-alongs?

I've heard that Chicago police officers and detectives will do ride-alongs for civilians but I cannot find any information on the City of Chicago police department website. Has anyone ever done this or know who to contact? Thank you!

Feb 23

Updated Feb 24

Your Alderman Deceiving Who...Deceiving You.

Below is a photo of one of Cappleman's mailers.

He is quoting a crime trend from a full 10 YEARS before he was elected in 2011.

See it for yourself it it curious.

This is also disingenuous and sneaky in my opinion.

#CappleNumbers #46thward

  • Littleton Arts Uptown Chicago/Uptown/Artist

    46th ward.

  • Vote out all incumbents. Time for some fresh blood. Most of our aldermen are nothing more than "yes men" to the mayor, rubber-stamping their approval for what ever the little dictator wants.

Feb 21

Updated Feb 22

Seeking One bedroom apartment

Anyone in the neighborhood know of a single bedroom apartment for rent?

Nov 13

Updated Feb 21

  • Bob

    On Friday February 20, 2015, the Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals listened to more than 5 hours of sworn testimony and evaluated piles of documents, exhibits, and arguments in favor or in opposition to the issuance of a Special Use Zoning permit to locate a medical marijuana dispensary at 2843...

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    On Friday February 20, 2015, the Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals listened to more than 5 hours of sworn testimony and evaluated piles of documents, exhibits, and arguments in favor or in opposition to the issuance of a Special Use Zoning permit to locate a medical marijuana dispensary at 2843 N. Halsted.

    Rules of evidence applied. Both sides were represented by skilled counsel. Indeed MedMar had numerous attorneys.

    All together there were about 30 witnesses, most of whom were skilled professionals, including many the Board recognized as highly trained experts. Everyone who attended had an opportunity to speak. The MedMar case started at 3:15PM and ended at 8:25PM.

    The Zoning Board of Appeals voted 4-0 to deny the Special Use Zoning application at the 2843 N. Halsted location.

    Since MedMar won a State license to dispense medical marijuana, it’s believed they now need to find a more appropriate location within the limits of Lake View Township [approx. North Avenue north to Devon; Lake Michigan west to Western].

    MedMar has the right, should they want to stay with the 2843 N. Halsted site, to file a request for administrative review [appeal] in the Chancery Court of Cook County.

Feb 17

Updated Feb 17

Election day is coming up- meet the candidates

Get ready to vote with this adlermanic candidates forum hosted by South Lakeview Neighbors: http://ow.ly/Je8mK

  • Joe Lake Facebook, Twitter, Klout, EveryBlock, Yahoo Groups

    Ald. Scott Waguespack is running for re-eelection in the 49th Ward.

  • Steve J -A Chicago original since 1968-

    this is a recording of last week's live event

  • L

    And Waguespack is running in the 32nd.

Feb 17

It's Not too Late to Learn- Hear from the 2nd Ward Candidates

Election Day is coming up on February 24th. You can learn more about the candidates running for 2nd ward alderman with this forum hosted by the Chicago Southside Branch NAACP: http://ow.ly/Je0Nk

Feb 14

Updated Feb 16

Final 46th Ward Aldermanic Forum

The final 46th ward forum will take place tomorrow at:

Alternatives Inc.

4730 Sheridan Rd

February 15th at 2:00pm

The event is sponsored and will be moderated by ONE Northside.

http://onenorthside.org/join-us-for-the-46th-ward-candidates-forum/

We have alternatives and they will be at Alternatives.

Feb 13

Love is in the Air at Paired Wine Co.

Stop by and feel the LOVE! Don't forget to pick up the perfect Valentine Gift for that special someone. Or you can skip that special someone and just spoil yourself for making it to Friday!

Paired Wine Co. has the most exclusive & quality wines in Chicago for the value. We also have sparkling chilled wine, Champagne, Craft Beers, Spirits, and Sweet wines! Stop by and check us out.

FREE Wine Tastings every Tuesday & Thursday Evening. Email events@pairedwine.com for more information.

Paired Wine Co. 3325 N. Halsted, Chicago 60657, (t) 773-281-5154, (w) www.pairedwine.com, (f) https://www.facebook.com/pairedwine (e) events@pairedwine.com

Feb 08

Found ring

I found a ring on the sidewalk on Pine Grove north of West Sheridan on the east side of the street in front of an apartment building. It's silver with a stone in the center. Please post if you lost a ring.

Feb 07

Limited Number of FREE TIckets for Wine Tasting with King of Zin

Exclusive Wine Tasting event with the KING OF ZIN, Rockwall Winery CEO Kent Rosenblum. Make sure to RSVP today! Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/complimentary-wines-meet-winemaker-kent-rosenblum-tickets-15600157491


Paired Wine Company hosting special event with celebrity Winemaker/CEO Kent Rosenblum.

The first 50 people to RSVP get in FREE.

Kent Rosenblum will be offering an exclusive educational event and bottle signing at Paired Wine Company. Mingle with "The King of Zin" to learn about his wines as you sample up to 9 different selections from him, that you...

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Exclusive Wine Tasting event with the KING OF ZIN, Rockwall Winery CEO Kent Rosenblum. Make sure to RSVP today! Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/complimentary-wines-meet-winemaker-kent-rosenblum-tickets-15600157491


Paired Wine Company hosting special event with celebrity Winemaker/CEO Kent Rosenblum.

The first 50 people to RSVP get in FREE.

Kent Rosenblum will be offering an exclusive educational event and bottle signing at Paired Wine Company. Mingle with "The King of Zin" to learn about his wines as you sample up to 9 different selections from him, that you may never have the opportunity to taste.

Paired Wine Company, located at 3325 N. Halsted Street, is inviting everyone to attend an exclusive meet & greet learning venue, wine tasting & buying event on February 24th from 5 PM to 8 PM with world renowned Winemaker Kent Rosenblum, nicknamed “The King of Zin” and CEO of Rock Wall Wine Co.

Jan 30

Updated Feb 07

It Is Gone

Yesterday they tore down the old Alley building to make way for a proposed 80 unit development. These images are where the iconic Alley mural once was.

I first went to The Alley as a 20 year old kid; unsure of herself but bound to become otherwise. I bought a $99 leather biker jacket that I think they were running a sale on so I could afford it. It was heavier than hell.

I still have that jacket; and every...

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Yesterday they tore down the old Alley building to make way for a proposed 80 unit development. These images are where the iconic Alley mural once was.

I first went to The Alley as a 20 year old kid; unsure of herself but bound to become otherwise. I bought a $99 leather biker jacket that I think they were running a sale on so I could afford it. It was heavier than hell.

I still have that jacket; and every button, scuff, and scratch on it represents the journey I took from there to here. It is a prized possession.

As my daughter navigates her road of discovery, I still go to The Alley to get her funky socks, leopard patterened shoes, and fingerless gloves (her favorite). I want her to know that she has room to be different, independent, and creative as she practices kindness, respect, and humility.

The mural being destroyed leaves me sad.

Do you have a fond memory of The Alley? Something that you look back on and smile?

  • Never yet been kicked off a thread, but thanks for the well wishes. We're going off-topic here though.

  • Lynn Olejniczak Life-long Chicagoan, who loves her city.

    Because I'm busy this morning. Come stuck pins for Tunney later, I'll be more receptive.

Jan 28

Updated Feb 07

Public Hearing on Monday, March 9 for Rise and Galleria Liquors Mixed-Use Redevelopment

A public hearing has been scheduled for the proposed mixed-use transit oriented development for 3401-09 N. Southport Avenue on Monday, March 9 at 7:00 PM at Mystic Celt.

The following is now known:
A 4-story building with retail on the first floor
33 apartments with starting rent at $1,500
6 parking spaces with one being a handicapped spot

The project will be presented by the developer to all that attend the West Lakeview Neighbors meeting. See the renderings here:

http://southportcorridorchicago.blogspot.com/2015/01/public-hearing-march-9-2015-for.html

  • Good research on the tax records/ownership JJ. Like I said...connected to Tunney. Also B3-3 doesn't allow 33 units for that land square footage. But don't worry they will tweak the zoning "system" to make it work...for them~

  • Hank, how do you see "connected to Tunney"? Help everyone open their eyes, if there's something to see here.

Feb 02

Updated Feb 04

Need snow shovelling today

We are located at 3941 N. Ashland. We are Duke Animal Hospital. My snow shoveling crew is not available today. If any high school or any age people would like to come and shovel out our front sidewalk, please call me at 773-697-9757. The sooner the better.A good way to earn some extra cash today

  • "...I guess those days are gone..."

    That may be the case but I wouldn't leave it to an Everyblock post to make that determination. From my EB involvement, HS kids aren't on Everyblock. MAYBE their parents are and in that case, blame the parents, not the kids.

    In any case, other forms of social media have a much higher probability hitting your target shovelers market. Just a thought for next time.

  • Robert Rohdenburg Affordable Housing Activist for ONE Northside

    It might be too complex for something so simple, but in the future,you might want to try https://www.taskrabbit.com/
    Per their web site:
    How TaskRabbit works:TaskRabbit is the smart way to get things done by connecting you with others in your neighborhood. You can trust our team of smart, talented Taskers,...

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    It might be too complex for something so simple, but in the future,you might want to try https://www.taskrabbit.com/
    Per their web site:
    How TaskRabbit works:TaskRabbit is the smart way to get things done by connecting you with others in your neighborhood. You can trust our team of smart, talented Taskers, who have all been thoroughly vetted. Just tell us what you need done and we connect you to qualified Taskers available to help.Transparent hourly prices

    Once you post a task, you see hourly rates for the Taskers who are most qualified for your job. A minimum payment of one hour is required per task.Secure, cash-free payments.The entire payment process (including reimbursements) is handled securely online after a task is complete. There's no need for cash to change hands.
    Cancellation Policy

    You can cancel your task online or by calling our Member Services team. If you cancel within six hours of the start time agreed upon with your Tasker, you will be required to pay for one hour of work.

    I think that there are other such small/short jobsites too. .

Feb 03

Updated Feb 04

Lot at Ashland and Belmont

Does anyone know who owns the now vacant lot (that Target and Whole Foods are fighting over)? They need to keep (read: start) maintaining their property. Most importantly - SHOVEL THE SIDEWALKS. Just because the buildings are now gone doesn't mean it is a lesser trafficked area.

Please let them know - and other residents that shoveling his mandatory. If you're a renter call your landlord or 311 like I am going to do for

  • L

    I'm pretty sure Novak Construction (or a subsidiary) owns it. You could try calling them in addition to 311 and Tunney.

  • Doug...I would def. call the aldermans office. Also when you get a hold of Tunney or one of his lackeys; tell them if the city is so hard up for money; to have somebody from streets & sans walk around the 44th ward and hit up every lazy business owner...

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    Doug...I would def. call the aldermans office. Also when you get a hold of Tunney or one of his lackeys; tell them if the city is so hard up for money; to have somebody from streets & sans walk around the 44th ward and hit up every lazy business owner with the $1000 fine that hasn't cleaned the public walkway in front of their businesses and/or vacant storefronts; which happen to be mostly newly constructed condo walk-up 4 story cr*p. Then call the Rahmfather down at city hall and tell that idiot the same thing. I did. I also have called 311 and utilized the snow removal email system at CityofChicago.org. etc. etc. Get on these morons.

Jan 17

Updated Feb 03

Change Coming to 44th Ward?

...maybe, maybe not, it will be for the voters to decide. But for the first time in several election cycles there are challengers to the incumbent in next month's election for 44th Ward Alderman. Come learn about the candidates and ask questions next week:

1. Monday, January 19 at 7pm at the next Southport Neighbors Association meeting. It will be at the Mercury Theater.
http://www.southportneighbors.com/meeting.html

2. Wednesday, January 21 at 6pm at the Hawthorne Neighbors Meeting. It will be at the Annoyance Theater
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hawthorne-Neighbors/589776931051310

Here's a chance to find out where the candidates stand on issues important to the community and ask questions.

  • d3 NOH

    they extended the parade route WAY north 2 years ago

  • Robert Rohdenburg Affordable Housing Activist for ONE Northside

    Yes, but Ald..Tunney, and perhaps Ald. Cappleman, still think the parade is too big, too long, with too many overcrowded sidewalks, making it hard to get to medical emergency victims in the crowd, particularly along the Halsted part of the parade route.
    I think that even if the route, location...

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    Yes, but Ald..Tunney, and perhaps Ald. Cappleman, still think the parade is too big, too long, with too many overcrowded sidewalks, making it hard to get to medical emergency victims in the crowd, particularly along the Halsted part of the parade route.
    I think that even if the route, location or day/start time of the parade are not changed, the parade length may be changed. Better control of the large gaps in the parade, which were not solved by eliminating the sharp "V" at the Halsted/Broadway intersection of the old route with the new more linear north to south parade route. UI think that the 2014 parade had something like 250 separate entries. The parade organizers may want it down to 200 or so. perhaps have government officials walk or ride in cars side by side , rather than single file. The more combining of organization entries, to take up more of the width of the street, like the marchers for the gay-friendly churches, Placing social services together, one marching on one side of the street and another on the other side could shorten the parade time without reducing the number of parade entries much. The musical floats/buses/marching bands, will need to be kept separated so as to not compete much., but the streets are large enough for side-by-side marching units, if not cars.

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    4 min ago

Jan 31

Updated Feb 01

4 copters hovering over E Lakeview 1/31/15

12:30pm -Looks like about Belmont &Sheffield?

Any info?

  • Oh dear; I was just being hyperbolic for amusement's (and alliteration's) sake. Or trying unsuccessfullly to be at any rate. The Belmont Redline station seems to be ground zero for much of the crime that's so ably reported by the Crime in Wrigleyville & Boystown blog (CWB). That was my first thought when I saw the helicopters hovering yesterday over that general area.

    I apologize for the confusion!

  • Oh, hahaha. I'm a little a slow today. Gotcha. No worries. That's good news!

Jan 31

Updated Jan 31

What's up with the helicopters in lakeview?

What's up with the three helicopters in lakeview?

Jan 29

Updated Jan 30

Dec 04

Updated Jan 29

Michael Diversey's Closed?!

Darnit. I noticed the restaurant closed. I'm a bit surprised as it was always pretty busy. Anyone know if something new is going in? I hope so. I don't like the empty spaces on Diversey right now.

  • @ Bob - except you're wrong. The American way of work hard, buy a house, live a decent life no longer exists and hasn't existed for years. Wages are stagnant. The middle class is in sharp decline. Even immigrants, especially the Chinese, are moving back to China for better opportunities....

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    @ Bob - except you're wrong. The American way of work hard, buy a house, live a decent life no longer exists and hasn't existed for years. Wages are stagnant. The middle class is in sharp decline. Even immigrants, especially the Chinese, are moving back to China for better opportunities. The educated classes of other countries are not moving to America. They have it better in their home countries.

    @ Li - about the only solution to your/my problem of which I know is to find a man dumb and desperate enough to marry me. It's rough out there for singletons, especially economically.

  • d3 NOH

    yes but only after coming to Northwestern for 4 or 8 years for a top notch education

Jan 27

Updated Jan 28

New Restaurant?

I just walked by the Town Hall apartments on Halsted and Addison and noticed what appears to be a new restaurant getting ready to open up in one of the retail spots for that building. Does anyone know if this is actually a new restaurant and if so what the scoop on it is, or is it perhaps some facility that is there for the tenants of the building? It seems to look like to me it may be a restaurant because it also has bar seating and the decor of the place as well.

  • Gregory Morrow Employee at Center On Halsted

    Hi! That facility is part of the Center on Halsted's new Senior Center complex. That space will be used to serve senior lunches or for other senior events. The lunch program is administered as part of the City of Chicago's Golden Diner senior lunch program. The old police station itself will soon be open as part of the Senior Center, it's going to be very nice!

  • Gregory Morrow Employee at Center On Halsted

    Addenda: the Senior Lunch program at Town Hall is not just for building residents, it is for all neighborhood seniors 60 and up. There is another Senior Lunch served at the Presbyterian church down the street, at Addison and Broadway.

Jan 20

Updated Jan 24

  • Any news agencies such as yours conducting their own?

  • Noel Montenegro Photojournalist for NBC News

    I cant speak for the other stations. I dont think we are. We dont have access to the legal tools to find out what people are really concerned about. Mainly if the owner of the building is the owner and installer of the recording equipment. And if the owner of the building has anymore recording equipment in use in any illegal way. That would require warrants for search. Police have to do their due diligence and burn some good old fashion shoe leather.

Jan 20

Support Lakeview Business

Come say hello to neighbors and fellow business owners, and take advantage of winning free stuff. (Over $500 in Give-Aways)

Check out the event page that is supporting local business.

- lululemon athletica (Southport)
- Southport Grocery & Cafe (Southport)
- The Butcher's Tap (Southport)
- Corepower Yoga

http://chicago.everyblock.com/neighbor-events/feb17-lululemon-networking-event-social-6633127

Jan 18

Updated Jan 19

Communities by emazeMe

Whether you are a local business looking to get the word out to customers or a resident looking to follow what's going on in your neighborhood, emazeMe has just launched Communities, where you can read twitter updates from local businesses, non-profits and local government. Signing up is free for both residents and businesses. Check us out at http://emazeme.com/ or sign up as a biz @ http://biz.emazeme.com/

  • SpamAlert Hates being spammed

    Come next month you'll have a year on EB and I believe you've set a record with all your posts and comments advertising your business. Bonus points for all your communications being in English, so I'm thinking Spammer of the Year!!

Jan 17

Amy Crawford for Alderman 46th Ward

Below is a link to an interview Amy Crawford just did with Avy Meyer's of the Northtown News Network.

The video is about 7 minutes long and worth watching if you are a 46th ward voter, or even if you have a friend that votes in the 46th let them know. Amy is better for our community.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKE20VPRM50

A couple more links for more info:

http://www.amyfor46.org/

https://www.facebook.com/Amyfor46

Have a nice weekend everybody.

Jan 15

Updated Jan 16

Resurrection Preschool Open Play

This Saturday, January 17, Resurrection Preschool is having an open play date from 10:00-12:00 for people with children age 2-5. It's FREE and open to all families. Res PreK is a secular, play-based preschool that has been serving the Lakeview and surrounding communities since 1970. Pop in and check it out or come at 10:00 and stay the whole time!
1050 W School Street
Www.rlclakeview.com
773-525-0605

Jan 15

Spritz Burger & Kit Kat lounge reviews!!

the 4BroadsDish wrote great reviews of our Lake View eateries. hilarious too! Check it out!
http://4broadsdish.com/spritz-burger-kit-kat-lounge-meet-4broads/

Jan 14

Updated Jan 14

Powells Bookstore on Lincoln

Demolition has started on the 2800 block of N. Lincoln Ave. Does anyone know what's going on with this block? Powells bookstore, dry cleaners, and muskies are all available for new business/construction. This could be a great opportunity to add to the new businesses that have popped up in the last year on this block, Beermiscuous, Popcorn Asylum, Gyros on the Spit....

Jan 12

Updated Jan 14

Recurring Snowblowing Annoyances

Lately, I dread each snowfall because I know it means the return of the snowblowing fools in the 2800 block of N. Orchard. To give some background, snowblowing in this block typically occurs between the hours of 12am and 4am, so no, not even remotely a "normal" time to use a very loud machine. My guess is that it's a service used and they come at whatever time they feel like, then plow the entire dang block at these odd...

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Lately, I dread each snowfall because I know it means the return of the snowblowing fools in the 2800 block of N. Orchard. To give some background, snowblowing in this block typically occurs between the hours of 12am and 4am, so no, not even remotely a "normal" time to use a very loud machine. My guess is that it's a service used and they come at whatever time they feel like, then plow the entire dang block at these odd hours. It's not even the sidewalk, it's the garage areas behind the houses, so it usually takes a while. I'm a heavy sleeper, and it continually wakes me up and keeps me up because it goes on for an hour or more. Last night at 4:15am, I finally had it and called 311 and was transferred to 911. They sent a car out. I feel bad "wasting" our 19th district resources for something so trivial, but this is ridiculous! I'd like to believe that no normal person says "yes, 3am is an awesome time fire this puppy up to clean an inch of snow that my car is going to drive over!" Has anyone had similar experiences? Aside from wearing earplugs and filing noise complaints, any suggestions on how to handle?

  • Macsurak - good for you for the excellent post.
    Its so annoying that, invariably, if someone posts anything in the nature of a complaint they will get the SCOLD response.
    For example, if you are complaining about "X" - within one or two posts - you will get the very...

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    Macsurak - good for you for the excellent post.
    Its so annoying that, invariably, if someone posts anything in the nature of a complaint they will get the SCOLD response.
    For example, if you are complaining about "X" - within one or two posts - you will get the very tiresome "if you don't like it Why don't YOU do something (instead of posting here!) ! it never fails there will always be one person who just has to insert that comment.
    The whole purpose of EB is to chew things over as neighbors, its our "back fence" - "did you hear this?" "Did you see that?" "What do you think about this?" not beat each other or up attack each other just for bringing a subject up. Why the hostility?

  • Why the hostility?

    My guess is that CHPO25 is the one running the snow blowers! : )

    But really, Becky G and Maksurak are correct. This is a good forum and I agree with you that we are discussing neighborhood things and there is no reason to get defensive or hostile.

    However, I am aware that some folks enjoy stirring the pot or playing devils' advocate. I guess it makes things interesting.

    Cheers, all.

Jan 13

Southport's Newest Addition - Kruger Gallery Chicago

Please support the grand opening of Kruger Gallery Chicago at 3709 N Southport with the opening of Heather Green, Victims & Villains, this Friday, January 16 from 6-9 pm!

http://southportcorridorchicago.blogspot.com/2015/01/kruger-gallery-chicago-opening-january.html

Jan 13

Wednesday at Galleria Liqueurs...

Check out the event at http://chicago.everyblock.com/calendar

Dustin, the wine department manager, does a great job...

Let's support Galleria Liqueurs on Southport!!!

Look forward to seeing you guys there.

Sep 08

Updated Jan 12

City Dough Space

Does anyone know what is happening with the City Dough space on Sheffield/Wellington? It seems like it has been closed for a while with little to no news (and I am starting to OD on Panes...).

Jan 04

Updated Jan 11

Lost Dog

Lost dog! He went missing from Rogers Park but just in case please keep an eye out for him. He is easily spooked so please don't try to chase him.

  • Oh, I am so happy. It was much too cold for him to be out tonight wearing only four white socks. :)

  • MJM

    yeah! phew!

Jan 09

#SaveCullens!

http://southportcorridorchicago.blogspot.com/2015/01/savecullens.html

Neighbors - From Cullen's Bar & Grill:
"First and foremost, we want to thank you for the overwhelming support that Cullen’s has received these past few months. We love our neighborhood and we love all of our neighbors, friends, and family that have spent time on our bar stools. We want nothing more than to remain in the neighborhood and be a place to share a pint and a bite with the people in your lives. We will strive to work out a solution and remain! Thank you again for your unwavering support and please continue to spread the word! Please share and let's #SaveCullens!"

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