Election Coordinators - Chicago has asked to share this very important message. Protect Democracy and get paid to do so. Sign up now!: Early Voting Election Officials needed! The Chicago Board of Elections is still in need of people to work Early Voting on the north side of Chicago. Applicants who wish to serve: -must be an active registered voter -must attend a training class (March 1st (11am-1pm) @ 69 W Washington -must be available to work all dates and hours (*work schedule can be found below) -must be an Election Judge on Election Day March 20th (there is still time to sign up) -should have basic knowledge of computer operations - should have sufficient oral communication skills to provide instructions to voters The pay is $13/hour. *Work Schedule March 5th - March 10th ( 8:30am - 5:30pm) March 11th - Sunday (9:30am - 4:30pm) March 12th - March 16th (8:30am - 7:30pm) March 17th (8:30am - 5:30pm) March 18th - Sunday (9:30am - 4:30pm) March 19th (8:30am - 5:30pm) last day hours will vary. Please contact Kathy at 312-269-7950 and refer to this posting.
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Update: The 25th District and the Bureau of Detectives apprehended the shooter in the recent robbery/murder that occurred on Fullerton near Lavergne. Great job by these officers and great teamwork by the community and businesses in the area. We will continue to stay vigilant and organized. We support our police and the great work they do for our community. We are inviting all businesses in the area to attend this important meeting.
Please don't forget about our Follow Up Community Meeting - Belmont and Narragansett. We need your help to see some long overdue progress at this intersection! #YourVoiceOurCommitment
Thank you for this announcement Mr.Villegas!
This is my favorite time of year and my staff wanted to share warm tidings with the whole community with these beautiful signs. First person to take a selfie with every sign wins a prize from me! Hint: This one is at Belmont and Melvina. #HappyHolidays
Hey 36th Ward residents, don't forget the Participatory Budgeting Chicago 5 year celebration and volunteer appreciation event, THIS Saturday, 12p-4p @ 2150 S Canalport, 2nd Floor, The Lacuna Loft building. Come help us vision what the next 5 years of #PBChi could do for your community! Free parking, Free lunch, registration required! #OurMoney, #OurVision, #OurChicago New Economy Coalition The Participatory Budgeting Project
Just wanted to remind everyone about tomorrows holiday festivities! Tomorrow, Saturday December 9th we will be holding our first ever Holiday Craft Fair. This event boasts over 40 vendors of HANDMADE arts and crafts and most of the artisans are from right here on the Northwest Side. The fair runs from 10 am to 4 pm and admission is just $1 (kids are free). Fundraisers like the craft fair supplement events like the FREE tree lighting that will be following the craft fair. From 3:30 pm-5:30 pm we will be holding our annual playground tree lighting. This event offers music, cocoa, FREE sleigh rides thru the park and even a visit and pictures with the big man himself! I hope you will all consider attending. Portage Park is located at Central and Irving on the Northwest Side.
Parents, Grandparents, or Caregivers join us with your little one at St. Bartholomew School for our BittyBarts program, a fun learning experience for ages 2-4 years old. On Wednesday, December 20th at 10:00 a.m. we will be having a Christmas Craft and Story in our 4910 Addison Building. If you and your child are able to attend this FREE event please RSVP by Monday, December 18th by phone at 773.282.9373 or email email@example.com St. Bartholomew School - 4941 W. Patterson Ave., Chicago
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Frustrated by the inaction at the intersection of Belmont and Narragansett. I appreciate the pressure the community is placing on developers. Please join me on January 16th to discuss the work that has already been done and what else can still be done. We need to see progress. Its been far too long. #YourVoiceOurCommitment
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Alderman Villegas has been pressing the developers of land around W Belmont Ave and N Narragansett Ave to provide updates to the community