Sep 13

Updated 2 hours ago

Zone 1 Police Scanner

What has happened to District 16 and 17 feeds?

13 hours ago

Updated 3 hours ago

Catch Basins Cleaning

I had recently seen a list of posts from May - Aug about flooded basements and plumbing services and serveral people had suggested A J Sewer in Wheeling. I live in Portage Park and was having problems for awhile a finally called them. They were very professional from the woman on the phone to the guy that cleaned the catch basin out with the suction hose and the guys that rodded the pipes. I am telling eveyone I know about the great service. I was tired of pumping water out of the basement and just as they finished, it started to rain. AH what a relief.

THANKS A J SERWER

  • Herecomestheman Character assassin.

    How much did they charge for the pump out and rodding? I need my catch basin pumped.

  • Alright, what the heck is a catch basin? We may need it.

  • @tami,

    a catch basin is a basin that water from you sink and like washer drain to, the soap and sediment raise to the top and the rest of the liquid goes to the city sewer, over time the sediment such as soap and grease collect at the top solidities,...

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    @tami,

    a catch basin is a basin that water from you sink and like washer drain to, the soap and sediment raise to the top and the rest of the liquid goes to the city sewer, over time the sediment such as soap and grease collect at the top solidities, sometimes requiring manual removal. then there is some residual that goes down the sewer pipe gradually and overtime builds up and can require rodding from the basin sewer pipe to the city sewer in the street, if there was no catch basin the sediment and grease would not raise to the top and go straight to the sewer pipe causing build up and may clog or slow the drain quicker if there were no basin. this typically looks like a sewer cap in your yard or basement.

    if you don't have one, make sure you buy and don't accept one for free...

    i hear free basin is bad for you.

13 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Speed Camera on Irving Park Between Melvina and Narragansett

The speed camera is great really cut down on the speed AND traffic on Irving but it seems 1/2 of it went to the alley between Irving and Cuyler to by pass the camera. Can we get speed bumps or an officer there at least or awhile?

Thanks

  • I don't know of anyone that speeds past there but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen. I drove passed today and we did not speed and if anyone went around it was rush hour.

  • i sometimes forget that one being there, but at the times i travel that stretch, i don't think i am in danger of getting a ticket...

18 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

trick or treating in neighborhood today

does anyone know what time the businesses in the neighborhood will be passing out candy? thanks

  • also, I think I know why it was so cold, I seen elsa at josi's today handing out candy...

  • Every year the left over bite sizes go into freezer bag(s). When I feel a treat is deserved I take out one or two. They've lasted well into summer with almost no evidence of freezer burn. Or at least not enough to stop me eating them. Kind of like tomatoes a few weeks ago. Everybody had 'em, nobody wanted more.

40 hours ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Garrido or Arena?

Garrido or Arena
lease give an educated fact based answer, not just bash the candidates.

  • I support Arena for a variety of reasons, many of which have been mentioned here by others. What hasn't been mentioned yet though, is that Arena is one of the few Alderman who will stand up for Mayor Emanuel which is a big deal, especially on the elected school board issue. I'll also be voting for Jesus Garcia for Mayor.

  • Good Point Lindsey... He's not a yes man.

31 hours ago

Updated 5 hours ago

XFINITY After Dark

Some moron "from Xfinity" just rang my bell at 7:30pm, in the pitch black of this late October evening, wanting to sign me up for their garbage service. Well, he almost lost his life. Just letting you all know that there is someone out there with that small amount of sense, but I'm sure none of you will be that surprised.

  • this guy took no for an answer right away, he didn't try to pressure me or anything.
    as I said this guy was very nice, polite. he may have been legit, don't know. But my dog didn't go crazy around this guy... he usually does when someone appears to be shady

  • He was a black man. They're better mannered.

3 days ago

Updated 5 hours ago

Raking Leaves... Into the street

Curious if anyone has an opinion to this:

Is it considered appropriate to rake the leaves from my yard into the street during street sweeping?

  • I was at a friends house in the Wildwood area today, and some landscaper dude had his blower out and blew one houses leaves into the street on Hiawatha I was shocked, the street was completely filled for like one full block, so not only will they blow around, but will blow onto someone else property. If I lived across from there, I would beat that stupid man senseless... well maybe not beat him, but I would have words or called the police

  • oh, across the street from me, this dummy always rakes his leaves into the street. one year we cleaned them up ourselves and left the bags in his front lawn. You'd THINK he would have gotten the message.... nope, dumb@ss dumped them in the street the following year.... its really such a mess.

2 days ago

Updated 7 hours ago

S & D Handyman service

anyone looking for a reasonable priced Handyman feel free to message me

  • Jan

    Whittier? isn't that the city in California that houses Nixon's papers?

  • SpamAlert Spamophobic

    You might well say that. I couldn't possibly comment.

17 hours ago

Updated 7 hours ago

We Charge Inhumanity

This is not something new.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Charge_Genocide

http://wechargegenocide.org/

The job our police do is not an easy one. Some of their own brothers and their leader do not make it easier when they ignore the humanity of those they serve.
Yes their are other issues but all of us and especially our youth need a return to being able to trust and not fear those who are supposed to be our protectors. A few neighbors drinking and making too much noise in the parklet should not put me in fear that the police will show up and put their hands on me. The balance of actual justified shootings and government sanctioned thuggery must be rightly divided.

8 hours ago

Has anyone tried out Viva Cakes yet?

I saw this place for the first time today. (2835 N Central Ave) Not sure how long its been open. http://www.yelp.com/biz/viva-cake-bakery-chicago-3

9 hours ago

Legno's 1st Annual Halloween Extravaganza

Cancel you plans and join us tonight for Legnos 1st Annual Halloween Extravaganza! We have some amazing entertainment lined up along with some great prizes for the best costumes.

Drink specials all night include:
$2 312 Goose Island Drafts
$2 Great Lakes Pumpkin Ale

Come get your creep on! See you soon!

Oct 23

Updated 15 hours ago

Wal-Mart moving into 6 Corners

I would like to hear people’s views on possibility Wal-Mart occupying the Sears location at 6 corners. Do you agree with it or not agree with it?

  • SVDC ConcernedCitizen

    Wal-Mart still sucks

  • Grandpa still goes there though. He's on fixed income and when he needs say a set of new socks, or some Simple Green one gallon cleaner, that's where he heads in Niles.

42 hours ago

Updated 16 hours ago

Ordinance for Dogs

I am looking to find out where I can find information about whether or not a dog can go to the bathroom on the parkway area that is owned by the city. I had a confrontation with my neighbor a couple of weeks ago, and he informed me that I cannot allow my dogs to go to the bathroom on his parkway since he maintains it. I informed him that as long as I was cleaning up after my dogs,...

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I am looking to find out where I can find information about whether or not a dog can go to the bathroom on the parkway area that is owned by the city. I had a confrontation with my neighbor a couple of weeks ago, and he informed me that I cannot allow my dogs to go to the bathroom on his parkway since he maintains it. I informed him that as long as I was cleaning up after my dogs, that I was within the law. This morning at 4:00, I hit his property and he came outside to harass me. (He must have cameras?) He didn't say anything, just stood there to make sure that my dogs weren't going to the bathroom on his part of the parkway. It seems he has this want to try to intimidate women, as all the women in my area have had issues with him. One even has a restraining order against him. Can someone help me out with this? I am going to the police station today to file a harassment report and have contacted my attorney. Just wonder if anyone else has had this issue?

  • The parkway is cleaned up by owners but the parkway is city owned....he cannot tell you you cannot let your dog's go..he can post signs asking not to....especially if you clean up...suburban rules are different

  • I'm interested in this too. I always thought you had to walk so your dog is on the parkway side and clean up afterwards. Some one in the area has a large sign on their parkway saying basically no dogs allowed. Please share what you learn.

  • PetParent Founder of Pets Are Like Family

    The parkway is owned by the city. Residents have no ownership rights. That being said, when I see that someone has a nice little maintained garden in their parkway, I don't let my dogs go there just to be courteous. But if it's just grass, then yes, I do and always clean up afterwards. Sounds like this guy has some issues.

18 hours ago

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40 hours ago

Updated 21 hours ago

Permit required for Gutter & Drainpipe replacements?

Anyone know? can't find this information from the City's website. Thanks in advance.

2 days ago

Updated 24 hours ago

  • You're getting cakes delivered via UPS now?

  • Randy Stroller

    Cheesecakes and not UPS. The electronic box was smaller than the one UPS uses. There was still a piece of paper on which to print my name with ink. I think MyGopher is missing an opportunity here and Instacart could be piece to make it happen. The array of grocers...

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    Cheesecakes and not UPS. The electronic box was smaller than the one UPS uses. There was still a piece of paper on which to print my name with ink. I think MyGopher is missing an opportunity here and Instacart could be piece to make it happen. The array of grocers though would be next to impossible to coordinate. MyGopher was originally presented to me as a service that would shop local stores for any item I asked for in stock at sale prices for delivery or pick up. Delivery was free with a prescription delivery or seven dollars otherwise. The UX, UI, search options and back end never got digitized though and the service only worked well when I emailed a list of stores, items, prices and quantities to one very conscientious sales person who was trying to make the model work. If Kmart had an item they subbed in that item at the other stores price and the idea was they would eventually have a warehouse with the other stores items. We certainly have the spaces in Chicago to make this happen if the other stores were on board but giving up loss leaders, bait and switch and pricing obfuscations is not on many retailers to do list.

25 hours ago

34 hours ago

Updated 26 hours ago

Lost dog - small Pomeranian

We lost a small Pomeranian dog, who has a light brown body with a darker brown head. His name is Nipper. He is gentle and friendly, but a little shy. He does not mind being picked up. If you see him, please message me! Thank you.

3 days ago

Updated 33 hours ago

Dog Boarding

Anybody have good experiences with a place to board dogs for vacation? I normally have a person stay at my house, but that will not be an option for me in a few weeks.

  • Missy Old Irving Park resident held hostage by a mutt

    http://www.cruisincanines.com/

    no crates, home environment.

  • Have used Paradise For Paws twice. Once over a weekend and once for a full seven days. Happy with their pre arrival certification requirements. Happy with the outcomes of both sessions. Dog returned happy, brushed, clean, fed, bug and cough free. Linked already above in francie's reply.

2 days ago

Updated 38 hours ago

Looking for antique clock repair

I have a small Ansonia clock that I need to repair. The clock needs a small repair but cleaning and oiling it would also be needed...

Can anyone recommend a good repair shop that can deal with antique clocks properly? And not in untimely manner? I understand that parts might be hard to get, but I just don't want it to sit forgotten on a shelf somewhere for 6 months, like it happened with another clock I took for repairs once...

  • Kapel Local Resident

    Yes, I've been to Father Time a few times. They aren't cheap, but they get it done right. Also Chicago Clock Company is pretty reputable too but they aren't local to the area. There used to be a shop on Belmont called Raven Clock that did good work for very reasonable prices, but I think they moved to Elk Grove Village and now I think they go by a different name, it might be worth researching though.

  • I third Father Time on Belmont in the Roscoe Village Area.. They know what they are doing. Been there a long time too.

42 hours ago

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Oct 23

Updated 42 hours ago

1950s record player repair

About a year ago I purchased a 1950s Victor Victrola record player over at Thrift & Thrive for $50. It didn't work (I knew that when I bought it), but even so it was a steal for the price - it looks great in my house. Now I want it to sound great as well. Does anyone have recommendations for someone in the neighborhood that can fix an old tube-amp record player?

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About a year ago I purchased a 1950s Victor Victrola record player over at Thrift & Thrive for $50. It didn't work (I knew that when I bought it), but even so it was a steal for the price - it looks great in my house. Now I want it to sound great as well. Does anyone have recommendations for someone in the neighborhood that can fix an old tube-amp record player?

For those think this type of stuff is cool, it looks like the one pictured in the link below, but with a darker cabinet, and not as pristine. It has a bunch of original paperwork, and looks like it was originally shipped to someone on the 5500 block of West Dakin.

http://s705.photobucket.com/user/45Victrola/media/DSCN7639.jpg.html

  • I did not know triode was still around. Didn't they close the shop on Irving west of Central? Anyway, tubedepot.com is an excellent resource for tubes. They have knowledgeable and helpful people on the phone too.

  • Triode is still around, they just closed the storefront so you can't walk in anymore. They might have moved to the suburbs as well.

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Check your credit card statements

Ordered from mucho gusto on Irving and central. (Delivery)

Days later I checked my cc statement and noticed the total price was altered by $4

The owner was helpful and found the receipt and texted it to me. The driver altered my tip and total amount with a pen.

Owner also gave me a free meal for my troubles. Good customer service.

Oct 24

Updated 2 days ago

Organic produce in the area?

Has anyone found a grocery store in the area that sells organic produce at reasonable prices. I go to the Whole Foods up in Sauganash, but even they often times only have conventional produce (at ridiculous prices as well). I believe in eating organic when budget allows so some kind of option for organic food would be a great addition to the neighborhood, especially considering the farmer's markets in the area don't have organic farms selling their produce :(

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Has anyone found a grocery store in the area that sells organic produce at reasonable prices. I go to the Whole Foods up in Sauganash, but even they often times only have conventional produce (at ridiculous prices as well). I believe in eating organic when budget allows so some kind of option for organic food would be a great addition to the neighborhood, especially considering the farmer's markets in the area don't have organic farms selling their produce :(

It would be AWESOME to have a place nearby like Stanley's at North and Elston, which has a decent selection of organic produce at inexpensive prices (in fact, I still go there once a week to get what I can before heading to Whole Foods).

  • Harold Harefoot Mayfair Park lurker

    Tami, they've got much better health care in northern Europe too, so it might not just be the nutrition!

  • Harold Harefoot Mayfair Park lurker

    To the topic, I'm late to the comments, so I apologize to any comment grumps! I buy organic when I can afford it. Someone above mentioned Tony’s on Elston south of Montrose and I will second that. Their produce selection is great in general and the variety of other foods...

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    To the topic, I'm late to the comments, so I apologize to any comment grumps! I buy organic when I can afford it. Someone above mentioned Tony’s on Elston south of Montrose and I will second that. Their produce selection is great in general and the variety of other foods is good too (booze is pricey though). I’m on the fence about the whole GMOs vs. buying organic thing especially because a whole lot gets dumped into that one GMO category when there is no real harm to some of it and “organic” labels can be a bunch of marketing hooey. When it comes down to it, I’m way more concerned about what irresponsible factory farming with certain GMOs is doing environmentally than I am about what eating it is doing to my body. I definitely taste the difference with some things, though.

May 11

Updated 2 days ago

Patio Theater on Irving

Does anyone know whats going on with the Patio Theater?

6 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Spiders

Saw this spider outside on window in the middle of a big web that was just built in the last 4 hours or so because we just cleaned windows outside today. Anyone know what it is? It was about the size of a quarter.

  • Joan M. Back in Lincoln Square and liking it.

    "I have dogs and would like to know if these spiders bite and are poisonous."

    Almost all spiders are venomous and can "bite" (inject venom). But most are not harmful to us or our pets because their venom is too weak or of insufficient quantity to bother us much and/or...

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    "I have dogs and would like to know if these spiders bite and are poisonous."

    Almost all spiders are venomous and can "bite" (inject venom). But most are not harmful to us or our pets because their venom is too weak or of insufficient quantity to bother us much and/or their fangs aren't capable of piercing our skin.

    Of the two most well-known harmful spiders in Illinois, the black widow and the brown recluse, only the black widow occurs in the Chicago area. And the one in the photo is definitely not a widow.

  • Kapel Local Resident

    If you don't like them bring them to my neighborhood as they are harmless to humans and anything that kills mosquitoes is cool with me. Consider the webs to be free Halloween decorations and the spiders to be natural bug zappers. :-)

4 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Union Workers Verses Non-Union Workers!

So what are the pro's and con's for these two classifications?

  • I agree with Joanie and thank her for her informative response. Unions are important especially advocating for the people not being heard. Having checks and balances in place, and having people held accountable for their actions is imperative.

  • Gustavo P.

    Versus.

Oct 24

Updated 2 days ago

Portage Park Dog Park

How come the garbage containers for our dogs waste are located outside the fenced in area? I feel that they should be located inside our area, and there should be more available.

  • J.Jaqsin Just the Facts, Mam

    What are the Pro's and Con's of being in a Union if you scoop poop?

  • joanie Resident of Jefferson Park

    You have a collective voice on how the poop is scooped!

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

A bit of everything

http://www.macfound.org/documentaryfilm/400/

but no curb for the Parklet from People's Gas which came back this year and ripped a hole in it after breaking it up last year.

Then there is the TIF money for the Portage Theatre and Six Corners Bistro and what all else that we do not get an accounting for along with more and more violent crime and just plain stupids all the way down to those riding bikes at pedestrians in Six Corners on the sidewalk.

2 days ago

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3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

  • Man you really hate the 16th District police.

  • Harold Harefoot Mayfair Park lurker

    …That’s a tough one. Almost don’t want to comment. I have a major problem with the use of the word genocide here. I’m also glad there is more activism happening on this issue. Genocide though? I hope they aren’t that dumb. Not sure what they will accomplish and it’s almost offensive. That being said, we do have a serious problem and I very truly don’t mean to trivialize that.

  • JimmyJamz Back in Chicago after 25yrs

    I'm a big proponent of truth and clarity over agreement....
    Nothing will change until it is changed in the home... I know these days it's hip to jump on the band wagon but things won't get better until we address the problem rather than the symptoms...
    Personal responsibility is the answer...

6 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

don't want to be a party pooper... but

There's a loud party on 4200 N Monitor that's keeping me awake and it's 12:30 am! What's the neighborly thing to do to get them to quiet things down?

  • joanie Resident of Jefferson Park

    We had self described "hipsters" move into our condo building. Surfing on the net one night, I ran to my window after hearing a woman scream. No it wasn't an attack, just my semi-clad neighbors getting down on the courtyard lawn. Miss Hipster started screaming after the automatic sprinklers ruined...

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    We had self described "hipsters" move into our condo building. Surfing on the net one night, I ran to my window after hearing a woman scream. No it wasn't an attack, just my semi-clad neighbors getting down on the courtyard lawn. Miss Hipster started screaming after the automatic sprinklers ruined their romantic encounter. The couple had parties nearly every weekend that lasted into the wee hours of the night. Since they have a first floor unit, their "guests" were smoking on the balcony and jumping over the rails to enter and exit. The behavior was obnoxious, swearing, shouting and all kinds of drunken drama. Asking them politely to keep it down was met with obscenities.

    We have 30 units in our building and they were the only unit creating a noise problem. Neighbors with bedrooms facing the courtyard started calling the police. The condo management was called by several people as well. Things have been quiet recently on the Hipster front.

    Bottom line, no you don't have the right to disturb your neighbors all night on the weekends. Many people work on the weekends. Some people like getting up early on their days off to enjoy their morning time. There are people who still get up and go to church on Sunday morning. Children in the neighborhood need their sleep and have activities planned on weekend mornings as well. The world does NOT revolve around drunks and fools.

  • That1Guy - I figured out there were two different parties going on that night. The folks I was noting that were walking down Monitor shouting obscenities were headed south. The other party, the one you described, was the other party. The 12:30am wake up call seems like no big deal now :)

Oct 23

Updated 3 days ago

PetSmart GRAND OPENING!

Fetch your friends for the Chicago Six Corners PetSmart GRAND OPENING!
10/25/2014
Check out what's in store for the celebration:
• Ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9am
• Mystery PetSmart® gift card for first 50 customers
• Trick training sessions by our Accredited Pet Training Instructors
• FREE giveaways like treat samples & toys, Prize drawings
http://stores.petsmart.com/2526

Oct 24

Updated 3 days ago

CTA Bomb Screening on Blue Line Starting Next Month

What do you think about the CTA having the Chicago Police Department screen random passengers before they board the train? They said every tenth rider will be asked voluntarily for their bags to be tested with a swab, but not opened. If you refuse you will not be allowed onto the train. If you still try to board the train, you will be subject to arrest.

  • We could save money if we stopped assigning a beat car to circle one block third shift in a gang infested area. They get paid time and a half too so, it’s close to 1K a night per car. Then multiply that by how many cops they have assigned to the beat. 10-20 cars? Then multiply that by 365 days. And that’s just one gang infested neighborhood, I’m sure there are tons. The cops can’t cover more ground? Like, perhaps, two blocks? It’s absolutely stunning how they spend taxpayer money.

  • You were once a cop's wife?

Oct 23

Updated 3 days ago

If there are less trees on your block after this week....

The Streets & Sans and Forestry folks have been out removing trees on the parkway. These are trees that did not respond to the treatment for emerald ash bore. The trees that are being taken down are dead.
yes, it is sad that the trees were removed, but better to remove them now as opposed to a dead tree collapsing in the middle of winter and possibly injuring someone walking to a bus stop.

  • Notice that Deutsch does not claim clout. People with clout rarely mention it. For people with clout things seem to just happen by magic and because of the natural rewards that Fate gives to people who lead blameless lives. :)

  • ComEd is also out and about trimming trees that are too close to the power lines.

Oct 17

Updated 3 days ago

City Budget Unveiled

As you have likely heard, the Mayor this week unveiled his proposed 2015 city budget. My staff and I will spend the next several weeks reviewing the 800-page, $8.9 billion budget with a critical eye, as I have in years past.

There are some positive items in this proposed budget: money for more pothole fillers, tree trimmers, and rodent control crews; more police trained to patrol on bicycle; and more support for homeless veterans and families. This budget also does...

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As you have likely heard, the Mayor this week unveiled his proposed 2015 city budget. My staff and I will spend the next several weeks reviewing the 800-page, $8.9 billion budget with a critical eye, as I have in years past.

There are some positive items in this proposed budget: money for more pothole fillers, tree trimmers, and rodent control crews; more police trained to patrol on bicycle; and more support for homeless veterans and families. This budget also does not contain any property tax rate increase.

However, this budget also does nothing to address the looming $550 million pension payment that the state legislature has mandated must be paid to police and fire pension systems by 2016.

I welcome your input and ideas on how we craft a budget that reflects our values as a city. Take a look at the budget, and offer your ideas by emailing my office. ward45@cityofchicago.org

http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/obm.html

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Road tear up?

What is going on with all the roads suddenly being torn up (on central, AGAIN?!)? Going from Central to 6 corners on Irving, I think only 2 cross streets were not torn up, Addision is torn up as well (I am sure others can expand this list, but nonetheless).
When are they going to be done with this latest mess of road "repair"? (I know, too much common sense to say to fix a road before you tear up all the others)

  • M F

    Somehow Rahm Emanuel SUDDENLY found money to pave the roads just a few weeks before election time. Go figure, they should of been hard at work all summer long. Pathetic really. And the planning of it all? Horrible! I watched them tear up a street and repave it all nice only to have Peoples Gas come and tear up 20% of the road the next 4 days. Now its half paved, half gravel and concrete and quite a mess. Chicago couldn't plan a birthday party properly much less infrastructure construction.

  • A couple of weeks ago they tore up my street. Signs say no parking on either side 6 am to 3 pm for the whole week. They came one day and tore the street up. Nothing the rest of the week except street cleaning on all the surrounding blocks for...

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    A couple of weeks ago they tore up my street. Signs say no parking on either side 6 am to 3 pm for the whole week. They came one day and tore the street up. Nothing the rest of the week except street cleaning on all the surrounding blocks for 2 days, so try finding a parking spot. I called Ald. Sposato's office yesterday and was told they don't know when the contractor will be back to repave, They tear up all the streets first then come back at some later, unknown, date to pave them. But if they don't finish by some other unknown date their contract specifies fines. JEEZ!

Oct 23

Updated 3 days ago

House Cleaning Service

I know this has been posted before but I can't seem to find the thread. Can anyone recommend a good house cleaning service in the portage park area?

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Mom's losing spot in rotation

She was up today for a pound of briket but phone has a recording.

  • Randy Stroller

    I am listening to Joe Germuska Jazz Show blogged at Conferance of the Birds on WNUR right now so I have not viewed but I tend to love Whopper Choppers. I think I got that name from Lucy. We passed on the one offered last weekend at Jewel but Cheryl did get one of the free spiral cutters for listening to the pitch.

  • I just rinsed off the thingie that was purchased at that pitch, just now.

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Found Cocker spaniel by Neenah and Barry

Found a female Cocker Spaniel, no collar or microchip. Sweet dog. Slightly overweight.

Found on corner of Neenah and George.

  • Cbfrev Longtime Montclare resident

    This dog belongs to the family at 2844 or 46 (it's a double lot) N. Neenah.

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