Mar 22

Updated 7 hours ago

Early voting for runoff elections begins Monday

14th Ward - Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

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1st Ward - Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward - Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward - Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward - Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward - Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward - Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward - Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward - Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward - Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward - District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward - McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward - West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

15th Ward - Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward - Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward - Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward - Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward - Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward - Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward - Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward - Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward - Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward - Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward - Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward - Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward - Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward - West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward - Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward - Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward - Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward - Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward - Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose

34th Ward - West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward - Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park 36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W...

35th Ward - Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park 36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago 38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest...

...Irving Park 36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago 38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve 39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg...

...3104 N. Narragansett 37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago 38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve 39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library...

...38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve 39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln 41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest...

...39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln 41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy. 42nd Ward - Museum of Broadcast Communications 360...

...5801 N. Pulaski 40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln 41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy. 42nd Ward - Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State 43rd Ward - Lincoln Park Library 1150...

...Lincoln 41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy. 42nd Ward - Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State 43rd Ward - Lincoln Park Library 1150 W. Fullerton 44th Ward - Merlo Library 644 W. Belmont...

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...Park 2333 W. Sunnyside 48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

...Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

  • CJL ...

    Pac52:

    "Do you think Rahm's contractors' people are out there beating the bushes for him in these last few days?"

    We've gotten about a dozen calls from Rahm's side. Nothing from Chuy.

    Tho Chuy did make an appearance outside my kids school shortly before the first election--there are few parents in the hood who are very pro-Chuy, and presumably orchestrated it. Believe that that is mostly about the school board--which cannot be a bona fide elected body w/o action from Springfield.

  • Tom G Living in Avondale since 1994

    John: I agree that debates are probably the best way to get a sense of the candidates. As far as Harold Washington goes, we would be lucky to get someone like Harold again. Never was the Mayor's office as open to community groups as it was during the Washington administration....

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    John: I agree that debates are probably the best way to get a sense of the candidates. As far as Harold Washington goes, we would be lucky to get someone like Harold again. Never was the Mayor's office as open to community groups as it was during the Washington administration. He knew that he had to get white and Hispanic votes as well as black votes to get reelected, so he spent his time in neighborhoods all around the city. I knew people in his economic development office and they all were very dedicated to bringing resources into the neighborhoods. Garcia just does not have the same voter base as Washington did, nor does he have the same sheer charisma. That is not to say that Garcia isn't very dedicated to making neighborhoods a top priority. He is, and that's his strongest suit. But I got to see Washington close up, working a crowd, and he drew energy from being with people like no politician I have seen since. He loved people of all colors.

Mar 22

Updated 7 hours ago

Early Voting For Chicago Runoff Election Begins Monday

14th Ward – Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

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Chicago Board of Elections – 69 W. Washington St., Lower Level Conference Room

1st Ward – Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward – Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward – Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward – Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward – Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward – Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward – Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward – Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward – Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward – District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward – McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward – West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

15th Ward – Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward – Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward – Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward – Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward – Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward – Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward – Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward – Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward – Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward – Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward – Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward – Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward – Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward – West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward – Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward – Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward – Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward – Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward – Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose Ave

34th Ward – West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward – Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park

36th Ward – West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett

37th Ward – West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago

38th Ward – Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve

39th Ward – N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski

40th Ward – Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln

41st Ward – Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy.

42nd Ward – Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State

43rd Ward – Lincoln Park Library 1150 W. Fullerton

44th Ward – Merlo Library 644 W. Belmont

45th Ward – District 16 Police 5151 N. Milwaukee

46th Ward – Truman College 1145 W. Wilson

47th Ward – Welles Park 2333 W. Sunnyside

48th Ward – Edgewater Library, 6000 N. Broadway

49th Ward – Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers

50th Ward – Warren Park 6601 N. Western

  • Tom; Generally I decide based upon debates and speeches. (who is whitey supposed to vote for again?) Unfortunately I still get mailings , my comments were gleaned from those. Jesus' comment about wanting to continue the "Mayor Washington legacy" made my physically shudder.

    P.S. As a side comment to people...

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    Tom; Generally I decide based upon debates and speeches. (who is whitey supposed to vote for again?) Unfortunately I still get mailings , my comments were gleaned from those. Jesus' comment about wanting to continue the "Mayor Washington legacy" made my physically shudder.

    P.S. As a side comment to people running for office; All things being equal I will vote for the person who does not call the other candidate names. The "At least I'm not as bad as xxxxx" is a red flag. Kind of like the ISIS slogan; "Hey, at least we are not Comcast"

  • FGFM What the Cappleman!

    Why did a reference to Harold Washington make you shudder?

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Mar 24

Updated 5 days ago

Early voting for runoff elections offered at 51 sites

14th Ward - Archer Heights Library 5055 S. Archer

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1st Ward - Goldblatts Building 1615 W. Chicago

2nd Ward - Access Living 115 W. Chicago

3rd Ward - Chicago Bee Library 3647 S. State

4th Ward - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 4314 S. Cottage Grove

5th Ward - Jackson Park 6401 S. Stony Island

6th Ward - Whitney Young Library 7901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

7th Ward - Jeffery Manor Library 2401 E. 100th St.

8th Ward - Olive Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn

9th Ward - Palmer Park 201 E. 111th St.

10th Ward - Vodak/East Side Library 3710 E. 106th St.

11th Ward - District 9 Police 3120 S. Halsted

12th Ward - McKinley Park 2210 W. Pershing

13th Ward - West Lawn Park 4233 W. 65th St.

15th Ward - Gage Park 2411 W 55th St

16th Ward - Lindblom Park 6054 S. Damen

17th Ward - Thurgood Marshall Library 7506 S. Racine

18th Ward - Wrightwood-Ashburn Library 8530 S. Kedzie

19th Ward - Mount Greenwood Park 3721 W. 111th St.

20th Ward - Coleman Library 731 E. 63rd St.

21st Ward - Woodson Regional Library 9525 S. Halsted

22nd Ward - Piotrowski Park 4247 W. 31st St.

23rd Ward - Clearing Library 6423 W. 63rd Pl.

24th Ward - Douglass Library 3353 W. 13th St.

25th Ward - Chinatown Library 2353 S. Wentworth

26th Ward - Humboldt Park Library 1605 N. Troy

27th Ward - Eckhart Park 1330 W. Chicago

28th Ward - West Side Learning Center 4624 W. Madison

29th Ward - Amundsen Park 6200 W. Bloomingdale

30th Ward - Kilbourn Park 3501 N. Kilbourn

31st Ward - Portage Cragin Library 5108 W. Belmont

32nd Ward - Bucktown-Wicker Park Library 1701 N. Milwaukee

33rd Ward - Horner Park 2741 W. Montrose

34th Ward - West Pullman Library 830 W. 119th St.

35th Ward - Independence Library 3548 W. Irving Park

36th Ward - West Belmont Library 3104 N. Narragansett

37th Ward - West Chicago Library 4856 W. Chicago

38th Ward - Hiawatha Park 8029 W. Forest Preserve

39th Ward - N. Park Village Admin Bldg 5801 N. Pulaski

40th Ward - Budlong Woods Library 5630 N. Lincoln

41st Ward - Roden Library 6083 N. Northwest Hwy.

42nd Ward - Museum of Broadcast Communications 360 N. State

43rd Ward - Lincoln Park Library 1150 W. Fullerton

44th Ward - Merlo Library 644 W. Belmont

45th Ward - District 16 Police 5151 N. Milwaukee

46th Ward - Truman College 1145 W. Wilson

47th Ward - Welles Park 2333 W. Sunnyside

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

48th Ward - Edgewater Library 6000 N. Broadway 49th Ward - Pottawattomie Park 7340 N. Rogers 50th Ward - Warren Park 6601 N. Western

Mar 14

Updated 6 days ago

City Shelter Dogs/Cast to be Killed Even Faster-- Thanks to City Council!

Just read this Ed's column (Paw Print's) in the local City Newshound:

http://www.citynewshound.today/a-petition-on-behalf-of-chicagos-pets/

The article reveals the resolution/ordinance that the City Council approved,
which will shorten the days dogs and cats are allowed to live before they are
killed (for dogs, from 5 down to 3; cats given 0 days, unbelievably)!

Here also, is the petition's direct link:

https://www.change.org/p/revisit-the-resolution-reducing-the-stray-hold-for-dogs-and-cats-in-the-city-of-chicago

Please sign it and demand that the
city council rescind this resolution (that was supposed to be vetted before
us-- city...

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Just read this Ed's column (Paw Print's) in the local City Newshound:

http://www.citynewshound.today/a-petition-on-behalf-of-chicagos-pets/

The article reveals the resolution/ordinance that the City Council approved,
which will shorten the days dogs and cats are allowed to live before they are
killed (for dogs, from 5 down to 3; cats given 0 days, unbelievably)!

Here also, is the petition's direct link:

https://www.change.org/p/revisit-the-resolution-reducing-the-stray-hold-for-dogs-and-cats-in-the-city-of-chicago

Please sign it and demand that the
city council rescind this resolution (that was supposed to be vetted before
us-- city constituents-- but never was)....

Let's let them know NOW, they made a huge mistake in ignoring us!

Please consider this everyone--
Is it O.K. for city shelter dogs and cats to be killed even faster (than the measly few days they previously have been allotted)? Is it fine to force them now to lose a couple more days of life-- AND the hope that they could find a home, or that their owners would have a couple extra days to find them before they are put to death?!

If you too, find this abhorrent,, please do sign the aforementioned petition, and please do contact--at least--your alderman and mayo, if not all of the alderman-- to let them know--personally-- how you feel about this devastating action against innocent animals:

Lnk to all 50 city alderman's emails):
https://chicago.legistar.com/People.aspx

http://www.citynewshound.today/category/paw-prints/

  • I can't believe this, cat have zero days ! What the hell is Chicago that cold and heartless, all my cats and dogs have been adopted. Now they are just going to kill cats as they get them? I am ashamed of my city.

  • Do they check for microchips???

Apr 14

Updated 6 days ago

SW-side Continues to Bury Head in Sand as Gov Quinn Gives $50,000,000 for Trails

As a former resident of Archer Heights and a former board member of the Archer Heights Civic Association, .... I told you so!

http://www.dot.il.gov/press/1%2030%2013%20ITEP%20-%20RELEASE.pdf

When will the leaders of the Sw-side wake up? When will the people of the SW-side (Archer Heights, Garfield Ridge, Clearing) wake up? There was a reason why I championed for a bicycle and nature path for many years. There was a reason why I repeatedly sought to meet with Ald.Burke, Ald. Zalewski, Cong. Lipinski. There...

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As a former resident of Archer Heights and a former board member of the Archer Heights Civic Association, .... I told you so!

http://www.dot.il.gov/press/1%2030%2013%20ITEP%20-%20RELEASE.pdf

When will the leaders of the Sw-side wake up? When will the people of the SW-side (Archer Heights, Garfield Ridge, Clearing) wake up? There was a reason why I championed for a bicycle and nature path for many years. There was a reason why I repeatedly sought to meet with Ald.Burke, Ald. Zalewski, Cong. Lipinski. There was a reason why I repeatedly tried to get the 'leaders' of the AHCA to support a bicycle path. If only for the reason to give energetic youth someplace to blow off steam rather than by breaking into garages and other 'crime'. But then the local papers wouldn't have much to write about.

Everyone knows (or they find out the hard way after years of trying) that to get anything done in Archer Heights one needs to have the 'leaders' figuratively present the idea on a platter of promissory votes to who ever is the alderman at the time (pick one from the above). The more pomposity the better. Yes?

One prostitute, two prostitute, three prostitute, four. Apparently there isn't enough time between counting prostitutes on 47th & Cicero or trying to get a 'senior discount' from the local politicians to champion any other cause.

The SW-side, Archer Heights specifically is the land where politicians go to retire before they retire. It's a community where one with just a HS education is comfortable. Check out the last census. Wasn't Gov Quinn a guest at the AHCA meeting earlier this year?

A bicycle path people. It's easy. Have the conversation, interest and preliminary design on the shelf ready to go for moments like this!

  • Chet 606 Rogers Park, NOHavana, CE

    Candidates of the 23rd ward, 2014 elections ... where do you stand on this?

  • Chet 606 Rogers Park, NOHavana, CE

    Wow! The SW side, specifically the 23rd ward, came out of a tough aldermanic election. Now finally we could move forward with the rebirth of the SW-side. OK Alderman Zalewski, show us your true colors.

    Everyone, please take this survey!

    http://www.greatriverschicago.com

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Our cable TV is too expensive.

Our cable TV is too expensive for what we use, and it just went up. We need good Internet for work and school, but we only watch a few channels these days. I was researching options. My buddy told me about a site that finds service with TV channels you watch:www.10channels.com. It found a TV/Internet combo that would saves us $40 with a switch to Direct. There's also a good option for ATT.

I want to call the number and make the change. Just wondering if any of you have Directv or ATT Internet? Any advice is helpful.

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Lowering my cable TV Bill.

We finally finished renovations to our house and just moved back in. I'd like your advice. We bought a new connected TV and would like to simplify our tv package with some streaming services. I learned from: www.10channels.com that all the channels we watch are in a basic TV package. We would like to downgrade our package or switch to Comcast bundle w/ high speed internet. It also mentioned SlingTV as a good option for us. Who has the best internet in our area and what are some good streaming providers? All ideas are welcome.

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    Mr. Gill is asking for $1651.53:
    My students need 30 sets of high quality headphones to help increase their acquisition of knowledge through audio and video demonstrations.
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Updated Mar 14

Attn: Animal Advocates!

Love animals of all stripes, and would like to help them weekly
(beyond watching out for local lost/stray animals in your neighborhood, adopting pets, donating $ to animal causes, volunteering at shelters)?

Then, I invite you to check out-- and join (it's free) this very rewarding website I discovered and joined last year, called ANIMAL PETITIONS (Humans Defending Animals from Other Humans):

http://animalpetitions.org/

You might not think 'signing' petitions helps anything, but that
is simply not true....This site gives feedback...

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Love animals of all stripes, and would like to help them weekly
(beyond watching out for local lost/stray animals in your neighborhood, adopting pets, donating $ to animal causes, volunteering at shelters)?

Then, I invite you to check out-- and join (it's free) this very rewarding website I discovered and joined last year, called ANIMAL PETITIONS (Humans Defending Animals from Other Humans):

http://animalpetitions.org/

You might not think 'signing' petitions helps anything, but that
is simply not true....This site gives feedback on success stories
due to petition-signing; it thanks other animal activists and
legislators and others who can help intercede for animals; it helps
push through laws to protect them, beyond highlighting
important current issues and causes needing our attention, it helps the future welfare of animals.

When you sign up (free), you get at most 2 weekly emails of
the various petitions (some overlap). It takes minutes to sign
through the list (I just use a short nickname and last initial, then
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I can attest, that signing up and signing these petitions will leave you with a sense of accomplishment on behalf of helping animals everywhere (not only dogs, cats, but wildlife, nationally and world-wide, while informing you of the world-wide state of animal welfare, plus stopping crimes and hold animal abuse criminals accountable.

And, though the various stories are sometimes shocking and heart-
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I hope you will join me in this great way to volunteer a few minutes per week for the love of animals....

  • Dianna at Urban Art Retreat social justice issues, neighborhood concerns, art

    I wanted to invite you to attend a community meeting at Chicago Urban Art Retreat Center, 1957 S. Spaulding Ave. corner of 21st, 2 blocks west of Kedzie stop on pink line. March 21st at 2 p.m. we will have a short mtg. to update people on programs our organization...

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    I wanted to invite you to attend a community meeting at Chicago Urban Art Retreat Center, 1957 S. Spaulding Ave. corner of 21st, 2 blocks west of Kedzie stop on pink line. March 21st at 2 p.m. we will have a short mtg. to update people on programs our organization of volunteers is involved in to improve North Lawndale.
    Afterward, at 3p.m., we plan to have a creative facilitated session called Dream for the Vision of North Lawndale's future. You are welcome to attend.
    You had written that you applaud us for planning the Peace Parks of North Lawndale. The update mtg. will include some info on this project. Well, we would like to hear from you. Won't you join us? RSVP
    sincerely, Dianna C. Long

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