11 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Request for Whole Foods on 45th & Cicero

Hello there. I emailed Whole Foods for a request location. This is the information they provided:

Thank you very much for your interest in Whole Foods Market and obvious support of our company. We appreciate your desire to have one of our stores located in your area. We will share your request with our store development team.

For information about how we select new store locations, please visit: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/company-info/real-estate

For information about Whole Foods Market stores in development, visit: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/company-info/stores-development

Best Regards,
Carijane Grigsby

  • SouthwestSideGuy Archer Heights

    Chances of this happening are nearly zero. The income levels in Garfield Ridge/Archer Heights can't support a Whole Foods. And before you bring up the Englewood store, that one is experimental and has a ton of concessions from the city.

  • I totally agree with the previous poster. We don't have a high proportion of college-educated residents, either.

16 hours ago

Does anyone know when the next council meeting is?

14 Ward
I would like to attend. Location, Time and Date please.

Nov 11

Updated 6 days ago

Demolition Permit issued for shutterd Brandy's Restaursnt at Archer Cicero

On November 7th a permit was issued for the demolition of the old Brandy's Restaurant on the SW corner of Archer & Cicero and an announcement of what will be built on that site will be made at tomorrow's Archer Heghts Civic Assocaition meetinig.

Although the corner is not in Archer Heights, the AHCA tires to keep tabs on events/ issues happeninig along the community border.

  • Meh...im glad its gonna be something..a nice sit down like a Bakers Square..or a Famous Daves...etc...anytning but a SB

  • so the starbucks on 47th and cicero will still remain there, and they are opening up another one on Archer and Cicero?

Nov 11

Updated Nov 11

Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Ltd. Selected as Nomis Publications 2015 Featured Funeral Home

We are extremely honored to have been selected as the 2015 featured funeral home by Nomis Publications, Inc. It is a true honor to be recognized by this leader in the funeral industry reporting funeral home and cemetery news.

As 2015 marks our 100th Anniversary as a Zarzycki Family owned and operated funeral home, this recognition is especially significant. We are humbled, we are honored. Thank you Nomis Publications, Inc.!

The following was written by the editors of Nomis Publications,...

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We are extremely honored to have been selected as the 2015 featured funeral home by Nomis Publications, Inc. It is a true honor to be recognized by this leader in the funeral industry reporting funeral home and cemetery news.

As 2015 marks our 100th Anniversary as a Zarzycki Family owned and operated funeral home, this recognition is especially significant. We are humbled, we are honored. Thank you Nomis Publications, Inc.!

The following was written by the editors of Nomis Publications, Inc. before the featured article. To read the featured article published in the October 2014 issue, click on the link below.

"While the history at Nomis Publications, Inc. does not date as far as that of this year's featured funeral home, Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Ltd., we do feel a connections as a women-run operation. Being owned and operated by women, we at Nomis greatly admire the foresight of Agnes Zarzycki in founding her business and the fortitude of her female descendants operating the firm today."

"At Nomis we are proud to remain a family owned firm. Through our dedicated employees we strive to provide the industry the most accurate information available. From the print directories to the newspaper to all of the new features of our website, we are constantly updating our data. As 2014 ends we will have completed the 35th year of publishing the Funeral Home & Cemetery News while introducing our 41st edition of the Funeral Home & Cemetery Directory." -Nomis Publications, Inc.

Please click below to read the article that was published in the October 2014 issue of Funeral Home & Cemetery News.
http://www.nomispublications.com/zarzycki.pdf

  • Archer Heights Guy Long time resident.

    Congratulations. Great to see an owner operated business in Archer Heights recognized for quality and compassionate service.

Nov 02

Annual Holiday Remembrance Service and Tribute Concert

Join us to reflect, remember and rejoice in honor of the loved ones who have died this past year on Saturday, December 6, 2014, 3 p.m. at our Willow Springs location at 8999 South Archer Avenue. Uplifting music performed by acclaimed soprano Miroslawa Sojka-Topor, message of hope, a tribute video and a lite reception, will all be part of the afternoon's event. For more information or to attend the service, please call us at (708) 839.8999. You may also respond via our Facebook Events page at https://www.facebook.com/events/760060890733377/

Oct 23

street closure

wednesday morning 42nd street right off pulaski was closed off with caution tape and folding chairs were set up in the entire street and a podium was in place and i saw a covered street sign up was this a dedication of some sort the corner factory the landscaping was just beautiful.

May 18

Updated Oct 07

Traffic Study could have avoided this mess!

The Charter School that was built in the industrial Zone near 47th and Kildare is a traffic tragedy!Did they actually think this through? I live two blocks away on Kolin and there are days when i misplaced schoolt takes ten minutes to get onto 47th from 49th street. Big decisions are made without examining the impact. Alderman Burke had said several times at the Archer Heights Civic Association meeting that nothing would be brought to the community unless the people...

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The Charter School that was built in the industrial Zone near 47th and Kildare is a traffic tragedy!Did they actually think this through? I live two blocks away on Kolin and there are days when i misplaced schoolt takes ten minutes to get onto 47th from 49th street. Big decisions are made without examining the impact. Alderman Burke had said several times at the Archer Heights Civic Association meeting that nothing would be brought to the community unless the people want it! I dont recall being asked if we wanted a huge school placed in our neighborhood that effects the quality of life of all of us.So what is the Aldermans plan for getting input from his constituients? Ive never been informed of a committe that looks at these things Have you?
its time to hold the Alderman accountable for his decisions. We need to make more demands of him and his staff to responsibly seek input from the community.especially when he is spending our tax dollar without a careful examination of its impact..like the UNO charter school's traffic debacle!
How about holding a TIF illumination to show the neighborhood exactly where our money has gone? The Civics Lab has all the information already. tom tresser will charge a small fee to present al the info. I know that Ald. B will not expose this information. Ive already asked and he sent me a link to a website that does not even work!

  • Chet 606 Rogers Park, NOHavana, CE

    I remember when the past president of the AHCA strongly supported UNO, including arguing for it at the meetings and in the news letters. It was a time when many blindly followed the lead of the AHCA. It was Burke after all (when not Madigan or Zalewski) Once I find my copy of the local paper showing the president, vice and others of the AHCA proudly standing with Burke & others at the opening of UNO, I'll attach it here. Meanwhile, ...

    http://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/ward-room/Opinion-UNO-Charters-Troubles-Just-Dont-Seem-to-Stop-273972281.html

  • Chet 606 Rogers Park, NOHavana, CE

    Would say a 10-20% traffic reduction along 47th st between Cicero & Pulaski help?

    Easy, build a bicycle path along the I55 (Stevenson Expy) Ship & Sanitary Corridor from Harlem to Halsted and watch large numbers of commuters (and UNO students) eagerly choose to instead ride their bicycles.

    And I'm...

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    Would say a 10-20% traffic reduction along 47th st between Cicero & Pulaski help?

    Easy, build a bicycle path along the I55 (Stevenson Expy) Ship & Sanitary Corridor from Harlem to Halsted and watch large numbers of commuters (and UNO students) eagerly choose to instead ride their bicycles.

    And I'm not even an elected official on the SW-side. Maybe in the future (4 years). Until then, whoever is the next SW-side aldermen, feel free to take this idea and claim it as your own. Nice work Alderman __?__ (fill in the blank). The rush is on for the first 23rd ward candidate to put out campaign literature featuring a bicycle in the background. Someone please send me a copy!

  • "...Easy, build a bicycle path along the I55 (Stevenson Expy) Ship & Sanitary Corridor from Harlem to Halsted...."

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    Re: Comment by Chet606, above, this is what I heard from Deborah Shore on the radio over the weekend, in reply to just what you proposed:

    Ms. Shore (of the Metropolitan...

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    "...Easy, build a bicycle path along the I55 (Stevenson Expy) Ship & Sanitary Corridor from Harlem to Halsted...."

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    Re: Comment by Chet606, above, this is what I heard from Deborah Shore on the radio over the weekend, in reply to just what you proposed:

    Ms. Shore (of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District/MWRD), was a guest on the show this past Sunday morning, and answered a caller (who also proposed such a trail/bike path along this same stretch of S&S corridor). She replied that, she was not aware of ANY proposal to for such a trail in that area.

    (and then added-- my own words here but this is the idea she communicated-- that, this area is mainly owned by the MWRD and leased out to various Chicago-land companies, and that it is still of economic viability to lease out for the transporting over-sized goods (i.e. their are still barge loading docks along this route), etc.

    In effect-- and in my opinion/conclusion-- she was saying that there were no civic plans to develop all or any of this land for such public use and benefit to the communities surrounding-- that the profit motive for a few businesses still using said docks (and paying the MWRD rent) took precedence over public benefits (where have we heard this tiresome story before)!

    (BTW, the radio show I heard this exchange on, is called: the Mike Nowak show, which is primarily dedicated to local gardening talk/tips, but also addresses local environmental concerns. That morning, the topic was about flooding in our area, the problems it causes citizens, etc., due mainly to the eroding underground infrastructure of the city. It was a very interesting program, and I would recommend Everyblockers tune in:

    http://mikenowak.net/

    Sunday from 9 to 11am
    WCPT 820AM and 92.5FM, 92.7FM, and 99.9FM

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