Jul 05

Updated Jul 07

Looking for 2BR in Oak Park for Aug/Sept

My fiancé and I are interested in moving to the Oak Park, Forest Park area (we are currently in Ravenswood and the commute to his job is too long). We are both responsible, gainfully employed. Looking to spend up to $1300 for a large, sunny 2BR for August or Sept move-in. We have a small, well-behaved dog.

If anyone has any leads or suggestions, please comment or message me! Thanks so much!

  • You may want to check the rental listings on OakPark.com: http://www.oakpark.com/Real-Estate/Listings/?Type=Residential+Rental

  • Hi there. Kat can help you, she lives in the area and a real estate agent. She has an APP to search oak park easy and if you see something that you like, click to contact her
    Text KRGGMT to 87778
    She is quick to respond

  • Mrs. Brooks SAHM of a preschooler and a rambunctious toddler.

    I highly suggest stopping by the Oak Park Regional Housing Center. It's a free service, and if you give them the specifications of an apartment you're looking for, they can help you out with listings to look at. It's really an invaluable resource. Here's their website, but you do have to go into the office and fill out some paperwork for your first visit.

    http://www.liveinoakpark.com/

Jul 03

New tool helps Chicagoans answer big questions about power bills

The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) is offering Illinois consumers a chance to win $100 off their power bills in celebration of Independence Day and its 30th anniversary as Illinois’ top advocate for utility consumers.

“Normally, CUB helps consumers lower their bills by battling rate hikes, giving out money-saving tips across Illinois, and showing families how to make their homes more energy efficient,” CUB Executive Director David Kolata said. “But in honor of the holiday, we thought it would be fun...

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The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) is offering Illinois consumers a chance to win $100 off their power bills in celebration of Independence Day and its 30th anniversary as Illinois’ top advocate for utility consumers.

“Normally, CUB helps consumers lower their bills by battling rate hikes, giving out money-saving tips across Illinois, and showing families how to make their homes more energy efficient,” CUB Executive Director David Kolata said. “But in honor of the holiday, we thought it would be fun to give some lucky family $100 off their summer power bill.”

Participants can visit CUB’s July 4th Giveaway Facebook page to enter the contest. The contest deadline is 8 a.m. Monday, July 7. After this, the consumer watchdog group will announce one randomly chosen winner. Participants must be an Illinois resident and 18 years of age or older.

Jul 03

Illinois consumer group celebrates the Fourth of July with $100 giveaway

The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) is offering Illinois consumers a chance to win $100 off their power bills in celebration of Independence Day and its 30th anniversary as Illinois’ top advocate for utility consumers.

“Normally, CUB helps consumers lower their bills by battling rate hikes, giving out money-saving tips across Illinois, and showing families how to make their homes more energy efficient,” CUB Executive Director David Kolata said. “But in honor of the holiday, we thought it would be fun...

Read full message…

The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) is offering Illinois consumers a chance to win $100 off their power bills in celebration of Independence Day and its 30th anniversary as Illinois’ top advocate for utility consumers.

“Normally, CUB helps consumers lower their bills by battling rate hikes, giving out money-saving tips across Illinois, and showing families how to make their homes more energy efficient,” CUB Executive Director David Kolata said. “But in honor of the holiday, we thought it would be fun to give some lucky family $100 off their summer power bill.”

Participants can visit CUB’s July 4th Giveaway page to enter the contest. The contest deadline is 8 a.m. Monday, July 7. After this, the consumer watchdog group will announce one randomly chosen winner. Participants must be an Illinois resident and 18 years of age or older.

Jul 01

Updated Jul 02

Ward 29th Alderman Is Staying Relevant After More Curruption

I am perplexed by the Hoopla of Alderman Graham and her Efforts to Curb Liquor BYOB License when she Single Handedly Gave over $100k of our Tax Dollars to a Convicted Felon Backed Liqour Store. http://trib.in/1mQ6y0C

  • This is an attempt by Alderman Graham to bury her actions. She set aside the moratorium on liquor sales and assisted a convicted felon obtain a license AND TIF dollars for a liquor store. Now she cares about "BYOB" liquor consumption?! There needs to be an investigation into her actions concerning this liquor store license, the TIF dollars used for it and also, the Truth and Deliverance Church (she is member) and their financial dealings (mostly failures with tax dollars) in the community.

Jun 26

Davis Park gets new playground

"Hours before authorities unlocked and swung open the wrought-iron gates to the newly-renovated Davis Park on June 22, a group of about a dozen young men were sweating and heaving on the park's basketball court.

They had hopped the high fence in gazelle-like fashion, too eager to wait around for the park's grand reopening."

Read the rest here: http://bit.ly/VqHaEJ

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