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15 hours ago

Updated 1 hour ago

Local Plumber?

Hi there...seems like EveryBlock is a good place for recommendations, so here is my second request of the day: I need a plumber...any recs?

15 hours ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Looking for local shops that do vintage consignment/sale

Hello neighbors, can anyone recommend a local shop that may be interested in buying some 1960s memorabilia? Beatles and Monkees board games and teen fan magazines. I'd be happy to just get the stuff sold, but I'd take consignment as well. I've been trying to sell stuff on Craig's List and it's tough to find buyers. eBay is another option but it's again difficult to find local buyers and I'd rather not get into the complexities and time of shipping. Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you!!

  • Alan is right You're wrong.

    There is a shop on milwaukee that sells old toys / memorabilia a few doors south of rocking horse but I have no idea what it is called. That's all the help I can provide.

  • Matt B. 10 year Logan Square homeowner, dad

    Also check out Bric-a-Brac on the corner of Diversey and Kedzie - they seem to have mostly 70s and 80s stuff but it's worth a shot..

  • There is also a shop just south of Starbucks on California on the west side of the street. I think it's an antique store. They'd probably be interested!

4 hours ago

Smart Traffic Lights & Stop Signs

How great would it be to have Smart Traffic light or stop sign to help with the congestion and travel times?! I hate waiting at a red light when there is no traffic coming in either direction on the cross street. I hate stopping at stop signs when there is clearly no traffic(human or automotive) to stop for.

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How great would it be to have Smart Traffic light or stop sign to help with the congestion and travel times?! I hate waiting at a red light when there is no traffic coming in either direction on the cross street. I hate stopping at stop signs when there is clearly no traffic(human or automotive) to stop for.

I'm sure we have the technology for something like this already and I'm wondering how expensive it would really be to do something like that.

In the meantime can anyone really fault me for running a red light or for a rolling stop at a stop sign when there is CLEARLY no need for it.

I know the sticklers will say It's the law but come on.

6 hours ago

Proposed residential high-rise injects TOD and population loss into Logan Square conversation

While no building permits will be issued for the towers until Ald. Moreno, Plan Commission, and City Council approve the zoning change, you can track what other kinds of buildings developers are building in the area surrounding 2293 N Milwaukee on Chicago Cityscape.

8 hours ago

Updated 7 hours ago

found black and white cat

I found a black and white short haired cat in my courtyard near the Spaulding blue line entrance. I gave it some food and she was able to get close enough for me to pick her and bring her inside. any help finding the owner or a safe place for her to go would be much appreciated!

Oct 24

Updated 7 hours ago

Big transit oriented development planned near California Blue Line Stop

From the GGNA neighborhood group: Hello Neighbors, Alderman Moreno's office has confirmed that the community meeting for the old Max Gerber site will be at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 30th at the Candela Restaurant at 2451 N. Milwaukee Avenue. This project team has requested a zoning change from C1-1 to RBPDw/B3.5 underlying/TOD for a fifteen and an eleven story connected towers with 253 rental units, 70 parking spaces and retail on the first floor at 2293 N. Milwaukee Ave....

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From the GGNA neighborhood group: Hello Neighbors, Alderman Moreno's office has confirmed that the community meeting for the old Max Gerber site will be at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 30th at the Candela Restaurant at 2451 N. Milwaukee Avenue. This project team has requested a zoning change from C1-1 to RBPDw/B3.5 underlying/TOD for a fifteen and an eleven story connected towers with 253 rental units, 70 parking spaces and retail on the first floor at 2293 N. Milwaukee Ave. I hope you can come and please tell neighbors who live close to this project about the meeting.

Curious to hear what others think about TOD development. I believe it's by the same team that put up the silver TOD building at Division and Ashland.

I thought TOD usually came with less parking than 70 spots. The one at Division and Ashland has zero parking spots.

I think it's interesting that the city is going back to the way they used to build near major intersections and transit hubs such as this. Like the coyote building at Damen and Milwaukee. Or the hairpin arts building. Smaller units, taller, more dense.

I think it's a good idea, as Logan Square has become less and less populated over the years. I seem to recall reading we have a fraction of the population we once had.

I think it would help make the area more vibrant. I've lived in 100+ unit buildings in the past, and people have the misconception that all 100 people will be causing traffic, or waiting in line at the El all at the same time. But even with 100 or 200 units, the fraction that are doing any one thing at the same time are slim to none.

Should be a lively conversation. People get all up in arms about change and the threat of shadows or traffic.

I say bring a tiny bit of our neighborhood's density back! Come join the fun conversation. For those unfamiliar, this development is slated for the now empty lot across from Cozy Corner diner.

  • Carter O'Brien lager beer rioter

    Derisive comments about the neighbors who don't share your views isn't a generally accepted debate tactic.

    I couldn't make the meeting due to family obligations, I guess that means I don't get to be a part of "Busterville," fortunately you do not appear to be a legitimate non-profit community organization that holds regular meetings.

  • Was it my "silly synopsis" you found derisive? I'm curious which comments you took offense to. I know the "silly synopsis" sounded a little jaded. But the comments from my neighbors at the meeting were so harsh and offensive. My favorite comment was when they wanted the first speaker to...

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    Was it my "silly synopsis" you found derisive? I'm curious which comments you took offense to. I know the "silly synopsis" sounded a little jaded. But the comments from my neighbors at the meeting were so harsh and offensive. My favorite comment was when they wanted the first speaker to prove he lived in the neighborhood because they didn't believe him (and because he was too new, his findings had no merit). And when he said his data was from the US census, a guy yelled out "Census! It makes no Sense-Us." He screamed that he didn't believe US Census data and that the guy hadn't knocked on his door to "census" him...so he didn't believe the data. You're a very clever man Carter...wise...and you're more than welcome in Busterville...whatever that is. I find your tone quite derisive. Not sure if thats what you intend.

3 days ago

Updated 7 hours ago

Found Cat

Hi, a very friendly female tabby cat was found near California and Logan, October 27th.

  • Hi All, Thank you for your help!!! The cat was reunited with it's owner last night! I believe the old fashioned paper flyer was what worked. She was very happy to have her cat safe and sound. Good luck to all of the lost cat owners out there.

  • yay for flyers!

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4 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Bicyclists Be Careful!

I was on a packed southbound Halsted bus this morning that had to make a very sudden stop in order to avoid a bicyclist who had swerved across the lane in front of it. The dude riding the bike was within inches (and a heroic bus driver's amazing reactions) of being run over, and it's clear he didn't realize the danger he'd caused.

I know a lot of Logan Square folks (Logan Squarians? Squarites?) ride to work downtown, so I'd...

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I was on a packed southbound Halsted bus this morning that had to make a very sudden stop in order to avoid a bicyclist who had swerved across the lane in front of it. The dude riding the bike was within inches (and a heroic bus driver's amazing reactions) of being run over, and it's clear he didn't realize the danger he'd caused.

I know a lot of Logan Square folks (Logan Squarians? Squarites?) ride to work downtown, so I'd like to offer up a reminder that a) not only can you get yourselves killed by pushing the limits of traffic laws, but b) an entire busload of people may get thrown several feet forward due to reckless bicyclist actions, causing injury to others. Please be considerate and CAREFUL if you're riding on busy streets during rush hour!

  • Your post was addressed to "Bicyclists" and I am a bicyclist. While I was not the sole intended recipient of your message, it WAS directed towards me, whom as you point out, you have never met. This is both annoying and rude. I am not "taking it personally", I am...

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    Your post was addressed to "Bicyclists" and I am a bicyclist. While I was not the sole intended recipient of your message, it WAS directed towards me, whom as you point out, you have never met. This is both annoying and rude. I am not "taking it personally", I am pointing out that you are extrapolating the behavior of a single individual and applying it to a whole group, ie stereotyping.

    I read your post, it was concise and clear. I don't need you to reiterate it or explain your motives.

    Mr. Brettner points out that my "mommy" also told me to be careful. At that time she was my legal guardian and I was incapable of making reasonable decisions, so that WAS appropriate. Notice also that he then goes off about "Know-it-all bike Nazis" who want control his behavior. Understand that you have provided him a platform for his own stereotyping.

    If the intended goal of your post really is increase safety on the public roadway, verses say, feel better after venting on the the internet by lecturing strangers about something bad that happened to you, then you should probably reconsider the effectiveness of your actions. I doubt any of these offenders are reading your posts and I expect they are unlikely to change their behavior if they are.

    With such little likelihood of effecting change and evidence of annoying unrelated third parties and hosting bike-trolls, I would suggest you not post messages in this vein.

  • ch1cag0rob 10+ year Logan Square resident.

    Honestly man, you definitely ARE taking this personally, which is downright silly. If you find it "annoying and rude" to utter a politely worded and non-demeaning "be careful" reminder to people choosing to engage in an activity almost anyone can choose to engage in at a moment's notice, then I'd invite you to consider that the problem is probably your sensitivity level.

    Unless you've got something positive to add to the conversation moving forward, please QUIT TROLLING this post.

15 hours ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Pet Sitter

Hi there...is there a local pet sitter anyone can recommend? I have one, but they are pretty expensive since they do not live in the area. I have two adult cats that I will need help with. Any and all advice appreciated!

10 hours ago

Updated 9 hours ago

Where are the trick or treaters?

I know the city of Chicago doesn't technically post trick or treating hours, but I expected to see a few groups by now. Am I just too early? Is the weather keeping everyone in?

  • I was wondering if people are even home from work yet. I work in the burbs and traffic coming into the city is a nightmare. I can't decide if we should go trick or treating either, this weather is horrible

  • Becca500 Reverse Commuter and Bike Rider

    It's cleared up a tiny bit, not snowing as much. And I've seen a few groups out. Think I just jumped the gun a bit!

  • I just saw some on Bernard and Fullerton. So we'll be out that way in a few.

24 hours ago

Updated 11 hours ago

Plan for Two New Towers in Logan Square Met With Overwhelming Hostility

Location: Milwaukee at Belden, Logan Square

  • @Jimmy M - It's possible that the alderman will not be the alderman next year. It's probable that the alderman will not be the alderman for this property 7 years from now after the next census and redistricting.

    Even if no parking permits is part of the Planned Development or a restrictive covenant, the city has no means for enforcement unless someone steps in and puts her own money up to litigate it.

  • $1,250 for a studio apartment. PASS.

14 hours ago

Updated 12 hours ago

What's happening on Hamlin between Wrightwood and Altgeld?!?

Cops and LOTS of shots being fired!

  • Nothing on the local news about it yet - Please provide an update if you can.

  • Please do! Typically that block is very quiet!

  • Jim Mitchell 11-year Logan Square resident

    It was not shots; it was a pole-mounted electrical transformer that shorted and burned out in the alley that goes north from Altgeld between Hamlin and Ridgeway. The popping went on for about an hour before the transformer completely burned out.

38 hours ago

Updated 12 hours ago

'Safari' computer trouble in the last week?

Suddenly I'm getting 'plug-in blocked' and even though I down-load what they tell me, it continues. I went 'on the web' and it said that Safari has been having this problem. Can you help me solve it, please?

  • Anytime a browser is giving you a hassle, the first thing to try should be switching to a different browser to see if the problem persists.

    On a Mac, you should have Safari, Chrome, and Firefox ready to go ... on a new computer those are the first things I...

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    Anytime a browser is giving you a hassle, the first thing to try should be switching to a different browser to see if the problem persists.

    On a Mac, you should have Safari, Chrome, and Firefox ready to go ... on a new computer those are the first things I add (Safari comes on a Mac, but you have to download the other two)

    There is no guarantee that any site will work with all browsers, and there is no point in worrying about it if you have an alternate browser to use.

  • Thanks everyone..great help and I appreciate it!

2 days ago

Updated 13 hours ago

Seeking Out Shoe Donations

Hello All,

I am a local artist, and I have an upcoming installation that involves shoes. I am hoping to collect around 100 pair for this project, but shoes can be very pricey!

I'm reaching out to see if there are any neighbors that happen to have shoes that you may not want anymore. Maybe you are purging - tossing or donating, or maybe you just want to help an artist out.

If so:
Please message me! I'm looking for...

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Hello All,

I am a local artist, and I have an upcoming installation that involves shoes. I am hoping to collect around 100 pair for this project, but shoes can be very pricey!

I'm reaching out to see if there are any neighbors that happen to have shoes that you may not want anymore. Maybe you are purging - tossing or donating, or maybe you just want to help an artist out.

If so:
Please message me! I'm looking for more classic styles - no sneakers or modern sandals. So this could be heels, pumps, oxfords, boots (depending on what kind), flats, etc. I only have a month before the installation, so I'll probably take anything!

I live in the area, and would be happy to meet in a neutral place or make a pick up!

Thanks!!!

  • Hamlin Park newbee Hamlin Park

    Are men's shoes ok or are you only looking for women's?

  • Wondering what you are planning to do with the shoes once the exhibit is over. Will you donate them on or throw them away or do something else?

2 days ago

Updated 14 hours ago

Cats on 2400 block of Monticello need help!

Dear neighbors: I work at Tree House, but I also live a block from where 7 adoptable adults and I think 5 very small kittens are all living on a front porch. Neighbors I know alerted me to this situation, the front gate is locked, and the homeowners are what I'd call "not 100% cooperative. I went by early this morning and managed to easily lure some of them down to the sidewalk (I got one lovely, young, short-haired tuxedo...

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Dear neighbors: I work at Tree House, but I also live a block from where 7 adoptable adults and I think 5 very small kittens are all living on a front porch. Neighbors I know alerted me to this situation, the front gate is locked, and the homeowners are what I'd call "not 100% cooperative. I went by early this morning and managed to easily lure some of them down to the sidewalk (I got one lovely, young, short-haired tuxedo female I named Monopoly and a tiny, male Snowshoe Siamese kitten I named Kimchee, both went to Tree House today for tests, exams and spay/neuter). I simply do not have foster homes or adoption floor spots for all these cats. I have a foster (but no adopters) for all the little kittens, but if anyone can help foster some of these young, healthy adults/older kittens until I can get them adopted or into other foster, please do let me know (I would have them vetted before they came into your house).They've got bad food and no shelter, and one seemed pretty underweight to me....they ate the food I brought like crazed zombies - they're obviously not being fed properly. THANK YOU Erica@treehouseanimals.org

  • Vinita Mehta Resident

    Erica, do you have any suggestions how to ask a neighbor about fixing the stray cat that he feeds? He wants the cat around to catch rats which she is good at doing. But she had kittens earlier this year, and I'm afraid she'll have more. I brought it up to him but there's a language barrier and he didn't understand me. He is Ukrainian but knows some English.

  • onthewing Community Cats Coordinator at Tree House

    Vinita, email me directly at erica@treehouseanimals.org. I have a volunteer who is Ukrainian and can speak to him

39 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

HVAC Recomendations?

Elo Folks! Got a bit of a heating problem and it's now a bit beyond us. We've replaced the coupling, and the furnace stays on for...maybe five to ten minutes, then shuts down. Pilot light out! Can anyone recommend a local person/business who's reliable and fair? A guess is a valve is shot, but I'm not going to chance making it worse. Any suggestions very much appreciated. Thanks!

  • Seth Logan Square resident for 13+ years

    Are you having to relight the pilot light each time that the furnace stops working? If so, it's most likely that the thermocouple needs replacing. This should be an easy repair. Feel free to message me if I can help you troubleshoot.

  • LEH Est. in Chicago 1973

    Thanks for all your suggestions folks! Nice! Very neighborly and so appreciated! I went with Manny via "Poppyboy's" suggestion. As I said, we changed the coupling, but it turned out to be a Gas Valve and a pile up of Soot. We're AOK now! Safe and Sound...a bit of a dent in the paycheck, but so worth it. I can now recommend Manny and Sub City Heating and Cooling! They were in and out in under an hour.

14 hours ago

Logan Square 'Twin Towers' Plan Divides Locals: 'You Can't Stop The Market'

About 150 people filled Candela Restaurant, 2451 N. Milwaukee Ave., Thursday night to discuss what could become the neighborhood’s largest development — two 11- and...

...largest development — two 11- and 15-story buildings proposed for a set of vacant lots, 2255-93 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2208-26 N. Washtenaw Ave. and 2715-35 W. Belden Ave. — just southeast of California...

...15-story buildings proposed for a set of vacant lots, 2255-93 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2208-26 N. Washtenaw Ave. and 2715-35 W. Belden Ave. — just southeast of California and Milwaukee avenues...

...set of vacant lots, 2255-93 N. Milwaukee Ave., 2208-26 N. Washtenaw Ave. and 2715-35 W. Belden Ave. — just southeast of California and Milwaukee avenues...

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Those opposed to the tower began by questioning the height of the towers. The shorter of the two buildings is the same height as another of Buono’s developments, a transit-oriented development at Ashland and Division in Wicker Park, which stands at 126 feet.

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2 days ago

Updated 28 hours ago

Neighborhood Battles: Logan Square Gearing Up for Battle Over Dual Tower Proposal

A developer has proposed two high rises - 14 stories and 11 stories at 2293 N Milwaukee with 253 units. These buildings are out of character for Logan Square. They will make...

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...comes from developer Rob Buono, who worked with Alderman Moreno on the plan to build 1611 W Division - the city's first transit-oriented development. However, similar to the flyering against a proposal...

  • nearthehighway i live in Logan Square

    These proposed buildings are bit garish, but economic development on Milwaukee is welcome. Of course, this is coming from someone who doesn't live next door.
    We do have a similar high-rise building on Fullerton and Campbell, and no one is complaining about that.

  • If there's a 14 story building at Campbell and Fullerton, they must have built it yesterday.

35 hours ago

Pencil This In: Normal Avenue Book Release Party At Cole's

...off the press. The party kicks off at 7 p.m. tonight at Cole's (2338 N. Milwaukee Ave). There will be a costume contest for those who want to start their competitive costuming...

43 hours ago

Updated 37 hours ago

Crash this morning on Diversey-

Yes, you woke up to sirens and choppers over head..NOISE! There was a crash about 6:30AM today (Thursday) on Diversey just east of the Kennedy!

  • Kathleen Boyle Your dog's best friend! (Taking real estate break)

    Hell, I was already up for an hour and a half by then! LOL!

  • Oh, wow. My husband said my kids were looking up at helicopters this morning on the way to school. Which is actually not an unusual thing since we live near Cali & Diversey and the interstate. Had no idea this had happened though.

  • I hope no one was injured

2 days ago

Updated 38 hours ago

Solar Panel Installation

The Citizens Utility Board is working with Microgrid Solar to provide a discount for those wanting to install solar panels on their roof. I spoke to a representative who of course told me I should sign up immediately to benefit from the program. I was wondering if anyone else had signed up for this, or dealt with Microgrid Solar, or has had solar panels installed on their own.

I'm trying to decide if its worth it. Thanks!

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    RaleighsMa - I got the info through the CUB website/email. The bulk purchase deal seems to end tomorrow.

  • Carter O'Brien lager beer rioter

    We are doing it through Microgrid, ROI is that the system becomes cost-neutral after about 8 years. That assumes 5% increases in energy costs, and only 5 years and flat returns for the RECs (renewable energy credits).

    The idea that we don't have enough sun is silly - no, we...

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    We are doing it through Microgrid, ROI is that the system becomes cost-neutral after about 8 years. That assumes 5% increases in energy costs, and only 5 years and flat returns for the RECs (renewable energy credits).

    The idea that we don't have enough sun is silly - no, we are not Arizona, however, photovoltaic panels perform better in cooler weather than in hot, so that helps.

    From the flaming hippies at Bloomberg:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-29/while-you-were-getting-worked-up-over-oil-prices-this-just-happened-to-solar.html

    "After years of struggling against cheap natural gas prices and variable subsidies, solar electricity is on track to be as cheap or cheaper than average electricity-bill prices in 47 U.S. states -- in 2016, according to a Deutsche Bank report published this week. That’s assuming the U.S. maintains its 30 percent tax credit on system costs, which is set to expire that same year.

    Even if the tax credit drops to 10 percent, solar will soon reach price parity with conventional electricity in well over half the nation: 36 states. Gone are the days when solar panels were an exotic plaything of Earth-loving rich people. Solar is becoming mainstream, and prices will continue to drop as the technology improves and financing becomes more affordable, according to the report."

2 days ago

Updated 38 hours ago

Why do bicyclists ride on the sidewalk when they don't have to?

I totally get why cyclists go on the sidewalks sometimes. I did not understand why a young guy had to speed run down Armitage on the sidewalk last night, almost plowing down my 10 pound dog. I also didn't get why the woman was riding on the sidewalk on Humboldt last night when there is the side street to the main street she could have been riding on. I also saw a guy riding on the sidewalk on Palmer, another quiet street.

Since there are so many drivers are so evil threads, I thought I would start a thread on bikers because I saw three last night on the sidewalk for no reason.

  • Susan S. resident

    @Tom in Logan SQ The law is anyone over the age of 11 must ride in the street.

  • Y_2_K I aspire to be who I am.

    ^^^ Yeah but it's not enforced, at all.

    While I'm a huge fan of name-calling on this particular topic, better infrastructure does reduce it. However, I tend to see the most offenders away from large artery streets that would (probably) be next in line to get a bike lane. Meaning, more bike lanes aren't going to solve the issue. People who do this have by doing so demonstrated they don't deserve the carrot, get the stick and use it.

    Cops. Tickets. Public humiliation.

3 days ago

Updated 38 hours ago

LS Trick or Treating- Date and Times?

I'm not sure what tradition is as it's my first year in Logan Square but I wanted to be sure to be ready for any Trick or Treaters if there were to be some.

Anyone have info to share on any Neighborhood traditions?

  • I feel so out of touch! 3 or 4 in the afternoon is so early. When I was little it was a night time activity (6:00 to 8:00) for all ages. Thanks for posting, I'd never have known otherwise.

  • Susan S. resident

    Just wanted to address the date question: It's Oct. 31.

    Chicagoans may not realize that some places trick or treat Oct. 30 or by municipal fiat.

41 hours ago

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2 days ago

Updated 41 hours ago

Ring lost in Palmer Square

My wife was with our daughter in Palmer Square yesterday afternoon and in the process of packing up lost her engagement ring. We've had a guy come out with a metal detector to search the area to no avail. If you by chance come across a ring in the area, please let me know. We're more than happy to offer a reward.

  • Is there a certain area? Or the whole park?

  • I have a detector. Let me know where and I can check a second time. Make sure she double checks her purse. I find things in there the third time I look. : )

  • Thanks everyone. She was sitting under a dead tree on the N/NW side of the park. We had someone run that area with a metal detector yesterday. The tricky part is she also ran a couple of laps around the track and then headed back to our home, north on Kedzie. So this thing really could be anywhere.

2 days ago

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Aug 19

Updated 2 days ago

Electricity provider

My new apartment allows me to choose an electric provider. Does anyone have recommendations (or warnings) they can share?

Current tenants in the unit use ComEd, so it may be easiest to stick with that, I'm not sure. Any advice is appreciated.

  • I called to cancel Integrys and return to ComEd. I was they would submit the request to change our provider. But was told no refunds were being given out? Is there something specific I should ask for? Thank you for you help!!

  • Mara, I simply asked for a refund of the amount that I overpaid. I received a $100 Visa debit card this week. Good luck.

4 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Introducing LoganSquarist v 2.0

I'm pleased as punch, overjoyed and tickled (all of those things at once) to announce LoganSquarist v. 2.0! The new version of the site has an upgraded sleeker, cleaner and meaner (in a good way) design! Reconfigured directory, refined information AND a brand new LoganSquarist Store (that's right, get your Logan Square merch right here!) Learn more about the updates and check it out! Please let us know what you think! http://lsq.st/10uCDmY

2 days ago

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