2 days ago

Updated 5 hours ago

rude & agressive developers, going door-to-door on Richmond Ave

Yesterday two men were walking around our neighborhood asking about homes that might be for sale (for them to flip). One had red shorts, the other carried a clipboard.

They called out to me, while I was out walking with my child. They called to me from a across the street, saying they wanted to "ask me a question" -- something I associate with those infuriating guys who used to ask women if they wanted a free haircut? Anyways, I...

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Yesterday two men were walking around our neighborhood asking about homes that might be for sale (for them to flip). One had red shorts, the other carried a clipboard.

They called out to me, while I was out walking with my child. They called to me from a across the street, saying they wanted to "ask me a question" -- something I associate with those infuriating guys who used to ask women if they wanted a free haircut? Anyways, I was a little suspicious, and we were late to meet with friends, so I replied by asking what, specifically, they wanted to ask (and I slowed down, but kept walking).

Then one of them shouted, very aggressively, "Well, if you'd stop walking, we could f***ing ask you!!" right in front of my 6-year-old. I was horrified, not just at the use of profanity, but at the aggression directed towards me. I said nothing else; just turned and walked away. I have to admit, though it was broad daylight and there were other people out and about... I did not feel particularly safe.

Thanks to an inquisitive friend (accompanied by her large dog), we found out that they were developers, looking for properties to flip.

So, neighbors, just be aware of these guys. I'm not sure what's wrong with the one who shouted at me... so just everyone be careful.

  • Jen Baron JBaron

    Thanks for the info Cara. I had a similar experience in the back of my condo building, a guy approached me off the alley, wanted to ask me questions. Said he was a developer and they bought a building across the alley. I told him I didn't have time note...

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    Thanks for the info Cara. I had a similar experience in the back of my condo building, a guy approached me off the alley, wanted to ask me questions. Said he was a developer and they bought a building across the alley. I told him I didn't have time note was I interested in speaking with him, he was very pushy and wouldn't walk away. I finally screamed at him to get out of my face or I would call the police. I do not believe they were developers, I believe they were bold thieves casing places and found what they thought was a wise front. I would report these guys to the police. Clearly, they are not professionals in the way they say, probably more like professional criminals. I'm a realtor, I've worked with developers, and the true professionals don't work this way. They work closely with good agents who know their neighborhoods. SO be safe and thanks for sharing! Oh, and that TD guy clearly doesn't have much of a life if he has time to make people feel bad here! Just ignore bozo's like that too!

  • There comes a point when you have to stop being in a "rush" an address how people speak to or at you especially if its foul and in front of your Child.

    Stop, take a breath and give this person a piece of your mind. Your Child heard the word...

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    There comes a point when you have to stop being in a "rush" an address how people speak to or at you especially if its foul and in front of your Child.

    Stop, take a breath and give this person a piece of your mind. Your Child heard the word the fella used, Your Child should have heard you reprimand him for using that type of language with you especially while accompanied by your Child.

    Slow down and set people straight. Then come tell us about it all.

    No matter what I have to do or where I am going. If someone comes at me incorrect I stop and make the time to correct them. Try it you might like it.

3 days ago

Updated 6 hours ago

For Sale

Does anyone want to buy a couple of luxury indoor/outdoor candles in jasmine? Brand new, in the box, worth $300 each. 150/ a piece or 2 for $225?

  • lola1952 Gross Park Neighbor

    Thanks for your concern Spam Alert ( and your vehement outrage). Altogether I did post an item for sale, as I have seen many other do on this forum, I did join EB to be more informed and aware of my community, as I am sure is true for yourself as well. Thank you for your vigilance.

  • SpamAlert Spamophobic

    Yes, all those who post items and services for sale in violation of the rules often point to all the OTHERS who post items and services for sale in violation of the rules as emblematic of why they, too, should get the Special Snowflake Exemption. Lobby the owners of the site to change the rules if you're so inclined.

    And I'm not outraged, just tired of sorting through ever more spam from Special Snowflakes.

8 hours ago

Court records: North Mayfair man knocked 12-year-old off bike in theft

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-court-records-north-mayfair-man-knocked-12yearold-off-bike-in-theft-20140727,0,3059545.story

A North Mayfair man was ordered held on $90,000 bail Sunday in Cook County bond court after he allegedly knocked a 12-year-old boy off his bike and stole it.

Robert T. Gonzalez, 29, of the 4500 block of West Carmen Avenue, is charged with felony robbery and misdemeanor battery in Friday afternoon’s incident, according to Cook County court records.

Gonzalez pushed the 12-year-old to the ground around 1:30 p.m. in the 5500 block of West Edmunds Street in Jefferson...

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-court-records-north-mayfair-man-knocked-12yearold-off-bike-in-theft-20140727,0,3059545.story

A North Mayfair man was ordered held on $90,000 bail Sunday in Cook County bond court after he allegedly knocked a 12-year-old boy off his bike and stole it.

Robert T. Gonzalez, 29, of the 4500 block of West Carmen Avenue, is charged with felony robbery and misdemeanor battery in Friday afternoon’s incident, according to Cook County court records.

Gonzalez pushed the 12-year-old to the ground around 1:30 p.m. in the 5500 block of West Edmunds Street in Jefferson Park before riding off on the boy’s bike, according to court records.

Another 12-year-old and a 14-year-old witnessed the incident, according to records.

The boy and his father found Gonzalez at Jefferson Memorial Park on Saturday and confronted him, according to court records.

Gonzalez became aggressive and punched at the father, who held Gonzalez until police arrived, according to court records.

2 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Cars (and bikes) not stopping at stop signs in Ravenswood

I walk home from the Metra up to Foster Ave, usually on Wolcott. Seems like almost every day the cars in the area either do rolling stops, don't seem to stop at all, or take off when I'm halfway through the crosswalk. Also, bikes will blow through signs in this area as well, without even pausing - and the ones on sidewalks around blind corners have almost hit me on more than one occasion. Is there anything to be done?...

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I walk home from the Metra up to Foster Ave, usually on Wolcott. Seems like almost every day the cars in the area either do rolling stops, don't seem to stop at all, or take off when I'm halfway through the crosswalk. Also, bikes will blow through signs in this area as well, without even pausing - and the ones on sidewalks around blind corners have almost hit me on more than one occasion. Is there anything to be done? It doesn't seem like there is any police presence in the area, so it goes unnoticed. I don't like having to worry when I'm following the laws and being a safe pedestrian, that I'll be hit by a car or bike.

  • North, agreed. Especially during inclimate weather. Ten seconds longer waiting at a crosswalk is nothing for a car, who will be back up to 30-45mph soon after.

  • @North, I hear what you are saying, and my comment was 100% directed at people that seem to be just fine to pick up the pace to get into the crosswalk, then pull out their phones and take their time crossing.. For me the impatience grows when it's clear that...

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    @North, I hear what you are saying, and my comment was 100% directed at people that seem to be just fine to pick up the pace to get into the crosswalk, then pull out their phones and take their time crossing.. For me the impatience grows when it's clear that the pedestrian is walking slow on purpose.. I try really hard to be that patient driver, and have even had cars honking behind me when it's clear that the pedestrian is being as courteous as possible when crossing the street, and I've given them the time to do so..

    @Brian, thanks for your comment, in bad weather we should all be patient and understanding, drivers and pedestrians alike.

Jul 19

Updated 11 hours ago

Great cook and good with kids needs room to rent

Looking to rent a room near my job in Ravenswood (or on L/bus lines to get me there). It is a small entrepreneurial company who helps nonprofits with digital marketing, so money is still tight and can only afford to pay up to $450. I'm quiet, easy going and happy to contribute in other ways:

* Am a great cook--healthy and tasty meals usually--but can also make the "comfort foods" we all love too.

* Some child care--as the eldest...

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Looking to rent a room near my job in Ravenswood (or on L/bus lines to get me there). It is a small entrepreneurial company who helps nonprofits with digital marketing, so money is still tight and can only afford to pay up to $450. I'm quiet, easy going and happy to contribute in other ways:

* Am a great cook--healthy and tasty meals usually--but can also make the "comfort foods" we all love too.

* Some child care--as the eldest of 7, helped raise my younger siblings, plus recently I've taken care of my friends' kids when they've gone out for the evening & when they've gone to Europe for 2 weeks. Can provide references

* Have 20+ years in sales & marketing, so if you need some help with marketing your business--or just need someone to type your manuscript--happy to help.

* Some personal care assistance--worked in a hospital many years ago plus experience working with family members who have challenges (my 25 year old niece was born with a neural tube disorder and my aunt had ALS)--so could provide some assistance to you.

I'm a nonsmoker and I don't drink (food allergy). My cat is quiet and shy--and we are looking to move by August 1st. Look forward to meeting you!

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Catherine, you still haven't turned on the personal message function. To turn it on, you need to go to the top right dropdown with your username on it, and select "Manage your account settings", then "Email", and finally check the box that reads "Allow logged-in EveryBlock users to email you via your public profile page".

  • Catherine Dennis Artistic and Professional--with a Cat

    Feihong,

    Thank you for alerting me! I thought I had enabled that but obviously hadn't. Appreciate all that you do to keep us functioning! :-)

    All the best,

    Cassie

39 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

The Last Pit Stop BBQ

Has anyone been yet? What were your experiences? Yelp seemed sort of mixed, would love to know if others have been there. I expected that they would have some bumps (everyone does when they first open), but that they should smooth out in time. I would love to see another restaurant in the neighborhood last!

  • I went there and it was a negative experience - extremely slow service for carry out, they got our order confused and had to start all over again, the ribs were incinerated to the point there was no meet, just char, the bbq turkey was dry, the sides were just...

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    I went there and it was a negative experience - extremely slow service for carry out, they got our order confused and had to start all over again, the ribs were incinerated to the point there was no meet, just char, the bbq turkey was dry, the sides were just okay and it was fairly expensive, imo, for what didn't even amount to decent bar food much less bbq joint food. They may have worked some of that out since I went, but it was pretty bad. My husband even walked the ribs back up there to get replacement ribs they were so bad - the replacements were somewhat better, but not worth the price or hassle.

  • I didn't have a great experience either. Portions were huge and BBQ was fine, but nothing exceptional. I was hoping for a better meal.

4 days ago

Updated 16 hours ago

How's the new Mediterranean restaurant on Wolcott/Montrose?

Looks like it's grand opening was yesterday...no reviews yet.

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

    Judging by the menu, It seems to be fairly standard Mediterranean, with a (very) few exceptions. But I think it's a little early to tell how it will pan out, since the menu is so small that I'm almost certain they'll expand it. However, if by "heavily Turkish" you mean something like Cafe Orchid (http://cafeorchid.com/), you'll be rather disappointed.

  • Elektra Owner, Everlasting Fire Studio

    Well that is disappointing. But, I still will go try it when I get a moment. It helps to know what to expect! Thanks for the feedback.

29 hours ago

Updated 16 hours ago

Parking Wanted Close to Hermitage/Winnamac

Hi All,

Just purchased a condo last month near Hermitage and Winnamac...and would love to find parking for rent near by. Please let me know if you know of anything. Thanks!

  • RavensMaven 5000 Ravenswood Neighbors

    I have a garage space available in the first alley west of the Metra tracks and north of Wiinemac, pegidy50@msn.com

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30 hours ago

Keyshop Supplies

Hey neighbors,

Anybody know anyone interested in keymaking supplies? A friend is going out of business and has a two cutting machines, a lot of blanks ,display, etc...

2 days ago

Updated 32 hours ago

Found: lost necklace

Early this morning I found a necklace on Wilson ave, right about at Sacramento. Describe it to me, and I'll get it back to you.

Jul 14

Updated 39 hours ago

Ice Cream Soda?

Is there anyplace in the vicinity of Albany Park or nearby that serves real ice cream sodas?

Real ice cream sodas, served in glass, made with high pressure compressed seltzer water. Not a float, like a root beer float.

  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    Margie's it is! I went over there today. Good ice cream soda, served in a glass container. Not far from home too.

  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    "Northeast corner of Paulina and Belmont. The name escapes me."

    Scooters.

    http://www.scootersfrozencustard.com/

    I passed by there on Paulina about 8 PM on Friday, but didn't stop. They were crowded, so it must be pretty good.

4 days ago

Updated 40 hours ago

Shots fired this morning at Central Park and Cullum

Can't seem to find too much information on this. I didn't hear it happen, but I saw a police investigation with a lot of evidence tags near what appeared to be 20 or so spent casings. Neighbor said he heard a lot of shots from a semi-automatic weapon. Anyone else have any further information?

  • George F in Ravenswood displaced New Yorker

    In response to someone's earlier post. A gang member who goes to jail on behalf of the gang's business is considered a hero and held in high regard, so making them a chief or section leader is not unusual.

  • Chris I jam econo

    @George, 4200, west side.

3 days ago

Updated 42 hours ago

no parking on damen/wilson

Anyone know why the east side of damen in the n 4500 block has no parking signs during the day? I see no activity there.

  • No department listed. Just one of those white signs with red and black lettering.

  • Could it be tree trimming operations? We just got post cards notifying us of tree trimming in our neighborhood from ComEd.

42 hours ago

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43 hours ago

Cop Cars, Helicopters Last Night

My husband heard it, but I apparently slept through it. He said there were tons of cop cars, helicopters, etc last night. We're on Central Park, north of Iriving. Did anyone else hear? Anyone know what was up? Thanks for the info.

2 days ago

Jul 06

Updated 2 days ago

any recommendations

for a good reasonably priced handyman?

  • Julia in Lincoln Square Television publicist

    Another endorsement for Michael at Mensch with a Wrench. He's fantastic, and lives right in the neighborhood. In addition to fixing and installing things, he made my home much safer.

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5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Extension of the Brown Line Project

Hi Albany Park, I saw this posted months ago and dismissed it as a suggested ideal. Now it seems the Active Transportation Alliance is really trying to push this through. http://www.activetrans.org/blog/kwhitehead/join-our-campaign-expand-public-transit-cook-county Please note the propsal for Albany Park would be to have the Brown Line run West on Lawrence to connect with the Jefferson Blue Line stop. Is there a need for this if the 81 bus can get you there between 20 and 30 minutes? Is there any concern about the noise? Would there be any concern about loss of businesses along Lawrence? Does anyone question how this would affect traffic on Lawrence Ave.? Maybe there ought to be some community input on this.

  • Chandra Lynn Dagley Albany Park Sky Goddess

    I live right in, what I can assume to be the path of said proposed ground-level extension to the Brownline, and I don't find it to be any more helpful than hoping on the 81 Lawrence bus. And as an avid Brown Line/Blue Line user, I am not impressed by...

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    I live right in, what I can assume to be the path of said proposed ground-level extension to the Brownline, and I don't find it to be any more helpful than hoping on the 81 Lawrence bus. And as an avid Brown Line/Blue Line user, I am not impressed by the proposed improvement on my commute. Ground level would be a no-go. Unless they plan on taking it above ground, I can only assume that they would continue it up Leland, which would bring it to a halt at the police station, then what, destroy the fairly newly built police station that bisects Leland at Pulaski, as well as plow through the diamond corridor of houses that run parallel to Elston behind the police station, then it will have to cross two expressways and cross over Lawrence at some point to the northside to join up with the Blue Line which is expressway level, which means, the projected cost for raised and lowered platform access complexity will go up. Not only that. Then taking in consideration the fact that I will be possibly be uprooted from a neighborhood that I chose not only for affordability but diversity and convenient access to job, shopping,restaurants, family, friends, entertainment, schools, parks, BUT then you have to factor in the increase in noise pollution all times of day, which is already an issue with Lawrence being landing runway corridor heaven. If you want property value to go up, push to start bringing legitimate businesses into all of these empty storefronts

  • I think community land trusts are usually a great idea and I don't know why they aren't utilized more often as a solution.

5 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Redlight Tickets

It's about the money has always been about the money. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/politics/clout/chi-aldermen-to-call-for-watchdog-probe-possibly-redlight-refunds-20140721,0,2256501.story
I have not received a ticket yet but you don't need a stop watch to see that some yellow lights are very short.

  • Irving Bark Deb Step!

    @joan its a head scratcher for adults.

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

    J@Jobobike. Have to agree about the short yellows, as well as the count-down displays. I've noticed several yellows turning red when the countdown is on 2 or even 3. Wth? That's not how they're supposed to work, is it?

2 days ago

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3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Looking for Steel Deck Contractors

Hi, We are thinking about adding a deck onto our residence and wondered if any neighbors out there had a good experience with contractors who install steel decks. Would be grateful for any good recommendations.

2 days ago

Volunteer gathering event for Albany Park World Fest

Please join us at Templestowe Pub (3135 W Montrose Ave) on Sunday, 7/27/14 from 2-5 pm to sign up to volunteer at Albany Park World Fest.

Jul 16

Updated 3 days ago

Package and mail ripped open - nothing actually stolen that I know of...

I live just north of Lawrence on Rockwell in a courtyard building with an outside locked door that leads to our foyer (door to stairwell also locked) and I had a package ripped open yesterday and some mail ripped open, but all was left behind. The person didn't actually steal anything (maybe the clothes I ordered weren't their taste), but I was wondering if anyone else in the area has had this happening to them lately? I would assume they saw the package and tried all the buzzers hoping someone would let them in thinking it was a delivery person.

  • You should file a report with the Postal Inspectors office. There is a rash of mail thefts/mailbox break-ins in the area that they are supposedly working on resolving.

  • Thanks, Candi, I will do that. I wasn't sure where to report. Zlatan--thanks for sharing.

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Beer Blackhawk sign

Anybody interested in a Blackhawk sign? Near Montrose n Damen?

  • ChiGuy814 This is the year!

    Ok Lindz, how can we talk here?

  • Feihong EveryBlock developer, Lincoln Square dweller

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3 days ago

neighborhood peace rally and clean up!

Come out and join the clean up effort, peace rally, and violence memorial walk being hosted at Lawrence and Drake on Saturday, July 26th at 10am-1pm. Help improve the neighborhood, and create awareness by joining in this amazing opportunity! Food will be provided!!

Jul 15

Updated 3 days ago

4200 Block of North Drake

Perhaps there's a reasonable explanation but lately there have been quite a few very expensive cars park on this block. I'm talking a Hummer, a Porsche, a Bentley and a Lamborghini. The last three are parked there right now (well, the Bentley is a half-block down). Sunday morning there were two guys outside 4224 or so blasting rap music (at 9:45 on a Sunday morning). Maybe in the suburbs I could see people actually owning these cars... but a Lamborghini? Here?

  • Lauren Luv u in th present bc th future a split-sec away.

    Probably a rich developer or parasitic slumlord who's just as rich. Many Chicago landlords inherit their properties and collect tens of thousands in rent monthly while putting none of it back into their "investment" or cash cow if it's inherited. Hello, we have Beverly Hillbillies all over this city. I...

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    Probably a rich developer or parasitic slumlord who's just as rich. Many Chicago landlords inherit their properties and collect tens of thousands in rent monthly while putting none of it back into their "investment" or cash cow if it's inherited. Hello, we have Beverly Hillbillies all over this city. I have known many in my 37 years born and raised here. They make millions in cash when they sell their properties or just live high off the rents. Most of them never had to work or go to school because they know they are sitting on a fortune or a major income generator. I'm the kind of person who would just go and ask them, "Man, how did you get that car?! Sweet!" People LOVE to talk about themselves, especially owners of flashy stuff. Many of these owners are also tied in with the city and crime... which also goes hand in hand. Ever read that Chicago Magazine article about alderman and gangs? Just wanted to give some perspective. Hope you find out. That's a pretty interesting sociology project.

  • Irving Bark Deb Step!

    Regarding the "T.J", if I got this correct, the only reason he was released was because of the NW University group took his case on.

    If they didn't decide to take his case he would still be locked up for something that he did not do.

    I can imagine, everyone he told he was innocent laughed in his face for 16 years.

    That is messed up!

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Are we becoming immune?

No one else heard the gun shots at approx 4 a.m. this morning? They sounded close, but the sirens that followed must have been @ Montrose or further north. They were NOT fireworks. Any one know what happened?

  • robin in WRP Tired, very tired

    The police should have responded within 10 minutes of your 911 call. If that didn't happen, I would definitely bring this up at CAPS; you might also want to make an appointment with the District Commander.

  • Lauren Luv u in th present bc th future a split-sec away.

    Where on Montrose?

3 days ago

Job Fair

Albany Park Neighborhood Council is holding a Job Fair hosted by the Community Violence Prevention Program (Parent Leaders). It will be held in the Basement At Our Lady Of Mercy Church. The address is 4444 N. Troy. On Friday July 25, 2014. From 11am -1pm. There will be neighborhood companies giving interview so dress professionally and bring current resumes. They will also have information on how do do a successful interview and have information on how to do a resume. Important information there is only parking on the street, not in the church parking lot. Hope to see you all there! Have a Great Day everyone!

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Albany Park - Concerned Resident

Hi Everyone,

I've lived in the area for several years now and have seen a rise in a series of issues from housing, violence, social as well as mental health. I have reached out to the Alderman in regards to working with fellow community members and her team to think of ways to address these issues.

Has anyone seen any success working with our elected officials in the area?

Are there any task forces in the area that have already been established that are open to having community residents participate?

Would really appreciate some thoughts on the matter.

Many thanks!

  • Jess M Parent and teacher

    For us, trying to get an appropriate response from the alderman (Laurino) was an exercise in frustration. After years of cleaning up garbage in the streets, cleaning up graffiti, positive loitering, and (sometimes) attending CAPs meetings, we left AP for many reasons but Laurino's lack of interest in her AP...

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    For us, trying to get an appropriate response from the alderman (Laurino) was an exercise in frustration. After years of cleaning up garbage in the streets, cleaning up graffiti, positive loitering, and (sometimes) attending CAPs meetings, we left AP for many reasons but Laurino's lack of interest in her AP constituents and her staff's rude behavior were big parts of it. (Example 1: in 8 years of living in AP, I never met Laurino. Since moving to West Ridge in September, I've met the alderman twice--- and she approached me! Example 2: Laurino's office once told me they couldn't remove large pieces of wreckage from a car accident from our front sidewalk near two schools because they were overburdened. It was a huge twisted bumper with sharp edges, and I called after it had been laying there for 3 days. Her words were something like "We can't help you because we are being forced to take furlough days. Can't you just pick it up yourself?"). On the other hand, there are tons of people in AP who really care. Organizing them to get things done isn't easy, but working through EB and the chamber of commerce helped me in the past when I wanted to coordinate a clean-up of the area. There is also a really great "green team" that focuses on gardening, but I can't recall their exact name. I wish you the very best of luck. Thank you, too, for being active in your community.

  • D* Albany Park resident

    Check out Albany Park Neighbors website for info. Seems like involved community members... http://albanyparkneighbors.wordpress.com/

  • AlbanyParkMom Community gardener, 11-year resident

    Hey, I heart AP! I'm one of the Albany Park Neighbors folks. We've just been around for a couple of years, but we're working to establish good relationships with our two aldermen (Colon and Mell, Laurino has been mostly redrawn out of AP) and raise awareness about issues like crime, problem buildings and businesses, as well as engage residents in productive activities like clean-ups and calling out great local businesses, etc. Check us out! We're online at the link above or via FB at Albany Park Neighbors.

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