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Workers Taking Your Private Alley Parking?

What should I do if workers on another building are taking our tenants' private alley parking spots to park their work vehicles? I was leaving work this morning and noticed that bricklayer workers are parking in our parking spaces. We've verbally talked with them but they're still doing it. What actions should we take so that they stop?

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Parking Problems

Found out today that I do not qualify to receive a truck parking permit because I don't live here, but only work here 45-55 hours a week. I have a pickup truck. Thats it. I'm so frustrated by this.

  • I'd be seriously thinking about selling the pickup and getting a different vehicle.

  • Peter Sifnotis West Ridge Gadfly

    Right, but the point is that in a city that claims to be concerned with the working class, its policies disproportionately impact the poor. I am able to afford a $1200, 21-year-old truck. I shouldn't have to buy a more expensive car to skirt the backwards vehicle sticker pricing. At least the truck permit is free. But still, this doesn't help those who work in the city but live in the suburbs.

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Updated 8 hours ago

Best place for Oil Change

Hey WRP,
I am in desperate need of an oil change (procrastination on my part). I usually just go to the Marathon gas station on Touhy/Western but I'm wondering if there is a better/cheaper place to go to? Anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks much!

  • Jiffy Lube on Touhy/Western does a decent job for just oil. I usually don't get anything else done there but oil changes, though they'll recommend changing every other fluid under the sun on a regular basis.

  • I doubt it's cheaper, but I really like Speedline at 5250 N. Damen. No appointment needed.

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The final two weeks, volunteer to GOTV for Chuy Garcia!

Greetings fellow West Rogers Park Neighbors,

This election has begun! April 7th is less than two weeks away but we are at the start of Early Voting.

While I urge each and everyone of you to go out and vote early for Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and urge friends and family to do the same, it is just as important to get out the vote in the surrounding NE region.

If you are a supporters, I ask each of you to...

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Greetings fellow West Rogers Park Neighbors,

This election has begun! April 7th is less than two weeks away but we are at the start of Early Voting.

While I urge each and everyone of you to go out and vote early for Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and urge friends and family to do the same, it is just as important to get out the vote in the surrounding NE region.

If you are a supporters, I ask each of you to contribute some volunteer time during Early Voting and on GOTV Weekend to help turnout supporters and bring undecided voters towards Chuy!

We are located at 1144 W Wilson Ave right across from Truman College. You can vote early there and stop by right across the street to volunteer!

Some suggestions below:

-Join us daily to speak to supporters to urge them to Early Vote using our Predictive Hub Dialing system.
-Join us the weekend of March 28/29 and April 4/5 to canvass the local neighborhoods or make phone calls.

While these are just suggestions, you can join us any day of the week from 10am-8pm!

Some of you have already committed time, some have yet not.

Please let us know:

Date(s) you can come in:
Time(s) on those days that you can come in:
Whether you prefer to phonebank/canvass

Contact ahmed@chicagoforchuy.com or 773-800-0159 and leave a message with the above information.

In Solidarity!

  • Ahmed Khan 50th Ward Resident

    No one can deny the progressive record that Bob Fioretti had as an Alderman. A record most other Alderman would fear even thinking about. It was that record of working with progressive groups, experience on the city council, and sponsoring legislation that drew myself and others to Bob.

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    No one can deny the progressive record that Bob Fioretti had as an Alderman. A record most other Alderman would fear even thinking about. It was that record of working with progressive groups, experience on the city council, and sponsoring legislation that drew myself and others to Bob.

    I can't speak on why he ended up endorsing Rahm, yet I feel it is akin to a strawman arguement.

    With that said, I am not happy at all with his current decision, but not going to linger around on it. Countless former Fioretti supporters have already long been supporting and working to elect Chuy, remove Rahm, and reclaim Chicago. Alderman Scott Waguespack (32nd Ward) has come out strongly endorsing Chuy as well.

    It is not an anybody but Rahm thing. The candidates I supported each had exemplary track records in fighting for reform and change in in their respective spheres from Karen Lewis to Bob Fioretti to now Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.

    There is information about Chuy that would never fit in an Everyblock post. I suggest you check out his website and social media for his agenda, activities, and see the type of trustable individuals involved in the groundswell of support. He has more of a financial plan for the future of this city than Rahm and his paid media want us to think.

    Rahm has been terrible for Chicago. Broken promises, wrong priorities. A Mayor who works for hedge funds, banks, and corporations and looks to Hollywood for support. We have a chance to make Chicago once again work for its hard working taxpayers and families. Chuy has a record of focusing on the needs of communities, has indeed been a coalition builder (not saying that as a cliche) and has displayed those efforts throughout his career as a City, State, and County elected official and leader of what is now one of the strongest non-profits in Illinois.

  • Essam Your Neighbor

    Excellent response! This is why it is vital for all of us to rally behind the call and get out the vote. We need to have the ability to make informed decisions, and also show that we're not blinded by some code that keeps from making those decisions.

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    Excellent response! This is why it is vital for all of us to rally behind the call and get out the vote. We need to have the ability to make informed decisions, and also show that we're not blinded by some code that keeps from making those decisions.

    Thanks for not towing the company line of Fioretti, and making your own decision and for your efforts to inform the rest of us.

    Whoever we vote for, as long as we make informed decisions, I trust the people of this City will make the right choice.

    Get out and Vote, no matter which side you're on !

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Indian Boundary Park Advisory Council cited among best in the city

The Chicago Park District named the Indian Boundary Park Advisory Council one of the top advisory councils among the 600-plus parks in the city.

I'm proud to be a member, along with Leta Dally president, Valeri Vanourek, secretary, and vice presidents Karen Vanourek and Dawn McNeal, plus member stalwarts Daniel Ebel, Jane Pranga and Michele Miller.

The Chicago Park District named the Indian Boundary Park Advisory Council one of the top advisory councils among the 600-plus parks in the city....

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The Chicago Park District named the Indian Boundary Park Advisory Council one of the top advisory councils among the 600-plus parks in the city.

I'm proud to be a member, along with Leta Dally president, Valeri Vanourek, secretary, and vice presidents Karen Vanourek and Dawn McNeal, plus member stalwarts Daniel Ebel, Jane Pranga and Michele Miller.

The Chicago Park District named the Indian Boundary Park Advisory Council one of the top advisory councils among the 600-plus parks in the city.

I'm proud to be a member, along with Leta Dally president, Valeri Vanourek, secretary, and vice presidents Karen Vanourek and Dawn McNeal, plus member stalwarts Daniel Ebel, Jane Pranga and Michele Miller.

Membership in the council is open to all. Check us out here:

www.indianboundaryparkadvisorycouncil.org

  • Steady Eddie quick on the drawl

    Congratulations. It's unfortunate that the Chicago Park District does not publicize good news like this. It's not even listed in the News section of the Park District's home page on the web. They have not even publicized Governor Rauner's freezing of State grants that will affect a total of 27...

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    Congratulations. It's unfortunate that the Chicago Park District does not publicize good news like this. It's not even listed in the News section of the Park District's home page on the web. They have not even publicized Governor Rauner's freezing of State grants that will affect a total of 27 Chicago projects at 25 parks across Chicago which stand to lose $28 million for scheduled improvements. “The Governor talks about a shared sacrifice, but his budget and decisions to freeze previously awarded grants ask the children and families of Chicago to do all of the sacrificing,” said Mayor Emanuel.

  • JR West Ridge Neighbor Since 2003 Resident of West Ridge since 2003

    The council has done a great job maintaining the park and field house...Congrats!

  • Essam Your Neighbor

    Congratulations!

4 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

ISO good handyman for WRP area

Anybody know a good handyman to service our area?

  • I also recommend AIK. Howard is an awesome handyman

  • Debbie Smith citizen

    Call Jim DiLorenzo, 773-454-6330 Lives on Talman in neighborhood, Recommendations upon request.

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Mar 23

Updated 3 days ago

Water Bill for 2 Flat Home, urgent question!

Hello all, my father owns a 2 flat home, non metered account. His last bill was charged over $900 for 6 months. Does this sound about right?? (2 floors, $490 for water, $480 for sewer usage). We are trying to figure out what other homeowners are paying for 2 flat or 2 floor 25' homes. We are considering installing a meter, and most likely will

  • T&K

    I called the water department. I was told I have a leaky toilet or faucet, and that it was recorded by the meter reader last September. I was never informed. The water department has a way of determining leaks, but no process in place to inform the owner of the finding. At least now I know and can do something about it. Thank you, neighbors!

  • Paco 50thWardFollies.com

    How can the homeowner not be informed? "No process in place" means that the job of follow-up has not been specifically assigned. We can no longer expect workers to use common sense in things like this. Instead the city keeps the info on file in case the owner gets an unexpectedly large bill and calls about it. The city that works doesn't anymore.

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ISO good optometrist in WRP area or nearby

Can anyone recommend a good optometrist for the area? Thanks in advance!

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Ravenswood shooting: 'He had so many friends, and that was his downfall'

...friend and the friend's girlfriend drove a red Jeep to a Dunkin' Donuts at 6249 N. Western Ave., prosecutors said...

This article has 5 other Chicago locations (Show)

Police said Hassell, 21, was shot once in the head at a close range about 6:35 p.m. Sunday in the 2200 block of West Winnemac Avenue. Officers responded to a call of a person shot and found Hassell in an alley on the block.

Hassell, of the 5700 block of North Kenmore Avenue in Edgewater, was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.

Smith took his friend's phone and called his mother, asking her to pick him up at Lawrence and Ashland avenues, and the friend drove him there, prosecutors said. 

Police interviewed the friend and his girlfriend, and Smith, of the 7800 block of South Greenwood Avenue, turned himself in to the police on Wednesday, prosecutors said.

Smith is on probation in an unlawful use of a weapon case, in which he was arrested about 8:55 p.m. on May 2, 2012, in the 1600 block of West Howard Street, according to prosecutors and police records. 

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Updated 5 days ago

Two sweet cats need foster home

A neighbor lost her apartment this morning and rather than allow her two cats to be taken by animal control, I took them in. However I have my own cats and can't keep them. I am contacting all the various rescues but thought I wouls see if anyone would foster these two sweeties until my neighbor gets back on her feet. Thanks.

  • Mary, One male, one female. Eight and twelve yeats old. Front paw declawed.

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    Fax: (312) 644-3878
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    Adoption Center: 510 N. LaSalle Street
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Mar 20

Updated 5 days ago

community development

have been away for a couple weeks. wondering what happened with the hospital linen business that was going to be developed ridge/devon? was that contingient on that woman who's name I can not remember being alderman? haven't really heard about it again.

  • Paco 50thWardFollies.com

    Mary, Zehra Quadri's plans were not contingent on her becoming alderman. I don't know where you got the Ridge/Devon location; none was specified. She is looking at various locations around the ward. Her first priority at the moment is the opening of the commercial test kitchen at her community resource...

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    Mary, Zehra Quadri's plans were not contingent on her becoming alderman. I don't know where you got the Ridge/Devon location; none was specified. She is looking at various locations around the ward. Her first priority at the moment is the opening of the commercial test kitchen at her community resource center, ZAM's Hope, on Arteesian. She's preparing for a zoning change hearing to make that a reality. In the meantime, she is also working on the textile business. It requires export licensing and other government paperwork that\s time-consuming, but, as originally stated, the textile business will become a realty later this year. Thanks much for your interest!

  • mary b lived in same 5 or so square miles for 59+yrs.

    think I read that on EB during the election. thanks for the update.

  • Cityboy Couch miner in Rogers park for 67 years

    ?

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Peoples Gas-save energy costs

If you live in an older house, it's likely that you've seen some pretty high bills for heating and gas. Check out the free energy saving installation services from People's Gas/ComEd: http://www.peoplesgasdelivery.com/home/rebates_direct.aspx
Looks beneficial

Mar 11

Updated 6 days ago

Devon-McCormick Redevelopment

I attended last night's meeting on redevelopment of the southeast corner at Devon and McCormick. The proposal is simple: In exchange for green space where the parking lot now stands, a developer proposes to tear down the theater and car wash and build a 3-story storage facility. The key to the project is the green space. The developer won't go ahead without it. Once the asphalt is torn up and replaced by turf, the deal would close in 45 days...

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I attended last night's meeting on redevelopment of the southeast corner at Devon and McCormick. The proposal is simple: In exchange for green space where the parking lot now stands, a developer proposes to tear down the theater and car wash and build a 3-story storage facility. The key to the project is the green space. The developer won't go ahead without it. Once the asphalt is torn up and replaced by turf, the deal would close in 45 days and demolition would begin.

Many at the meeting feel that only a business with no need for parking can be built at what is referred to as the "gateway" to West Ridge. Although redeveloping the theater as a cultural center was also proposed, representatives of the property owner were not interested.

The feeling of many at the meeting is that anything is better than what's there now--two buildings that the owner has neglected, that have attracted taggers and other criminals (the buildings have been broken into) and that have become an eyesore. There was equal feeling that we can do better than a storage facility. The site has been in this state for years. I think a few more weeks of community input won't hurt.

JCCWRP leaders are meeting with Chicago Park District officials later this week to discuss the park district's taking over management of the green space. If CPD declines, the community through one of its neighbor organizations could assume responsibility. There are many unanswered questions.

It's important that a much larger cross-section of the community attend the next meeting. This is close to being a done deal. The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District is ready to tear up the asphalt ASAP. Once that's done, the community has no say in the project.

Another meeting will be scheduled. A fuller explanation of what happened is on my blog.

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Mar 17

Updated 6 days ago

Shots Fired 12:30 AM West Rogers Park

Around 12:30 AM, five shots were fired at the corner of west Arthur Ave. and North Hamilton Ave. About a minute later, a man in a dark hoodie ran and entered a car and sped away east on Arthur. Several minutes later cops arrived and started looking for bullet casings. After 40 minutes, it seems that the cops were unsuccessful, but are continuing to patrol the area. I'm wondering what (or who) the intended target was-- since the direction of...

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Around 12:30 AM, five shots were fired at the corner of west Arthur Ave. and North Hamilton Ave. About a minute later, a man in a dark hoodie ran and entered a car and sped away east on Arthur. Several minutes later cops arrived and started looking for bullet casings. After 40 minutes, it seems that the cops were unsuccessful, but are continuing to patrol the area. I'm wondering what (or who) the intended target was-- since the direction of the shots are still not identified.

I've been living in the area for 8 years and I've only witnessed one drive by shooting (same intersection, actually-- five years ago). The intended target was a rival gang member walking his dog who was injured but got away in a separate car.

Has anyone else in the area noticed any increase in violence and shootings that go unreported by the media?

With the lack of parking in the area, I am always making rounds trying to find parking after work around 12:30. The fact that this happened right on my block, when neighbors are walking their dog or walking home-- is unsettling.

  • Alexandru Vasile Luca seeley and Jarvis

    Hey Robin, if you told me the sky was orange I would believe you bc it is the truth. The sky does turn orange when the sun sets bc of the position of the sun? So what's your point? My point is that non for profit community organizations such as CAPS should be run by people whose first interest is he community and neighborhood and crime prevention, not Chhhhhaaaaashhhh Maaahhhhneyyyy.

  • robin in WRP misanthrope

    Mr. Luca - who do think runs CAPS? And who is Chash Mahney?

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Updated Mar 21

TIME CHANGE: Mayoral Candidate Chuy Garcia on Devon Ave this 3/21

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE TIME CHANGE BELOW:

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West...

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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE TIME CHANGE BELOW:

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

All are welcome!

We will canvass the local precincts after the event as part of the Northeast Neighbors for Chuy Weekend of Action! If you would like to canvass thereafter, please contact the Field Team below.

If your organization would like to add it's name in the list of endorsers/supporters, feel free to contact us!

Reema Ahmed - reema@chicagoforchuy.com
Ahmed Khan - ahmed@chicagoforchuy.com

Link of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/8617531972

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    SELF CERTIFICATION*** INTERIOR BUILDOUT FOR NEW 1 STORY JIMMY JOHNS RESTAURANT - 1,264 SQ. FT. - CONDITIONAL PERMIT SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTION.

    6108 N. Western Ave. Issued March 19, 2015 Comment

Mar 19

Updated Mar 20

Mayoral Candidate Chuy Garcia coming to Devon Ave this Saturday!

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st.

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 10:00 am -11:00 am
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

Doors open at 9:30am.

All are...

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You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st.

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 10:00 am -11:00 am
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

Doors open at 9:30am.

All are welcome!

We will then canvass the local precincts thereafter as part of the Northeast Neighbors for Chuy Weekend of Action! If you would like to canvass thereafter, please contact the Field Team below.

For questions or want to canvass after? Please contact:
Reema Ahmed - reema@chicagoforchuy.com
Ahmed Khan - ahmed@chicagoforchuy.com

Link of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/861753197201239/

Mar 20

TIME CHANGE: Mayoral Candidate Chuy Garcia on Devon Ave this 3/21

PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE BELOW

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

All are welcome!

Mar 20

TIME CHANGE: Join Mayoral Candidate Chuy Garcia on Devon Ave this Saturday

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

All are welcome!

We will then...

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You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia this Saturday, March 21st!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

All are welcome!

We will then canvass the local precincts thereafter as part of the Northeast Neighbors for Chuy Weekend of Action! Come prepared to canvass! If you would like to canvass thereafter, please contact the Field Team below.

If your organization would like to add it's name in the list of endorsers/supporters, feel free to contact us!

Reema Ahmed - reema@chicagoforchuy.com
Ahmed Khan - ahmed@chicagoforchuy.com

Link of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/8617531972

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Mar 19

Aldermen aim to curb catalytic converter thefts

There have been several posts on EB of catalytic converter theft. While not a complete solution, this would be a start.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-catalytic-converter-theft-met-20150319-story.html
In an effort to combat catalytic converter thefts in Chicago, aldermen are pushing to make it more difficult for thieves to sell the stolen parts.

Catalytic converter theft is a growing problem because it doesn't take long to remove the part and it contains precious metals like platinum that fetch a good return on the resale market, according...

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There have been several posts on EB of catalytic converter theft. While not a complete solution, this would be a start.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-catalytic-converter-theft-met-20150319-story.html
In an effort to combat catalytic converter thefts in Chicago, aldermen are pushing to make it more difficult for thieves to sell the stolen parts.

Catalytic converter theft is a growing problem because it doesn't take long to remove the part and it contains precious metals like platinum that fetch a good return on the resale market, according to the proposed ordinance by Southwest Side Ald. Marty Quinn, 13th.

Quinn's measure would prohibit secondhand dealers, junk peddlers and pawn shops from dealing in catalytic converters, and let motor vehicle repair shops and recycling facilities know from whom they can accept converters and how to dispose of them.

It's unclear how large a deterrent the ordinance will be, since such guidelines would not prevent people from trying to sell the stolen parts online or taking them to a neighboring suburb that doesn't have such strict rules.

But in a news release, Quinn predicted the measure "will directly impact my constituents and help to improve neighborhoods in the 13th Ward."

The ordinance also specifically points to "a spate" of catalytic converter thefts this year from cars parked on streets in the Armour Square neighborhood.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel is also sponsoring the ordinance, which was assigned to the Public Safety Committee.

Mar 19

Join Mayoral Candidate Chuy Garcia on Devon Ave this Saturday!

You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 10:00 am -11:00 am
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

Doors open at 9:30am.

All are welcome!

We will then...

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You are cordially invited to attend a press conference and community rally for Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia!

Please join Cook County Clerk David Orr, the Indo-American Democratic Organization, MoveOn Chicago Council, the Green Party of Chicago, Devon Avenue Business and Community leaders, and your Neighbors to Meet and Hear from Chuy about his inclusive vision for Chicago.

Time: 10:00 am -11:00 am
Location: Patel's Cafe 2600 West Devon Ave.

Doors open at 9:30am.

All are welcome!

We will then canvass the local precincts thereafter as part of the Northeast Neighbors for Chuy Weekend of Action! Come prepared to canvass! If you would like to canvass thereafter, please contact the Field Team below.

For questions or to volunteer in the surrounding neighborhoods after please contact:
Reema Ahmed - reema@chicagoforchuy.com
Ahmed Khan - ahmed@chicagoforchuy.com

Link of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/861753197201239/

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Updated Mar 18

Interior Renovations

Any recommendations of businesses or individuals that do home interior renovations?

  • soder606 Mother, Grandmother, Cook, Reader, Liberal

    Dave Hirsh. www.dwdrenovation.com. 847-322-8848. We have done two bathrooms, basement remodel and installation of oak staircase with Dave.

  • Dirk A. Gould 10+ year Resident and Promoter of RP Real Estate

    We will need a better description of exactly what you want to do inside your home. Assuming you mean rehab of bathrooms, kitchen, etc., I recommend George Wozniak (773) 202-7690. Someone else from EveryBlock recommended him about 1 year ago (sorry... I can't remember who to give the credit to). I was very happy with his work, professionalism and reasonable price. He is also a designer. That really helped us figure out the best way to rehab a small bathroom.

  • Dave Hirsh President & Design Consultant DWD Renovation

    Hi there,

    We specialize in kitchens and bathrooms, as well as exterior work such as porch construction and tuckpointing. Please feel free to call me at 847-322-8848.

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