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10 ways to go green on Earth Day

11141 S. Cottage Grove Ave., 773-568-2441

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1300 S. Lake Shore Drive, 312-922-7827

Illinois Centennial Monument, 3150 W. Logan Blvd.

5061 N. Clark St.

3330 W. Roosevelt Road

2430 N. Cannon Drive

6950 N. Hiawatha Ave.

127 W. Huron St., 312-374-1830

    10 ways to go green on Earth Day
    Looking to get your hands dirty for the sake of Mother Earth? Check out 10 events surrounding Earth Day on April 22, including park cleanups around the city, movie screenings and even an environmentally-friendly cocktail workshop.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Apr 15

  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    LEGALIZE 2ND BEDROOM IN 1ST FLOOR UNIT.CONSTRUCT NEW CLOTHES CLOSET, REMOVE PARTIAL NON-BEARING PARTITION WALL IN 2ND FLOOR KITCHEN, CONSTRUCT NEW PANTRY PER PLANS & TUCKPOINTING/MASONRY & INTERIOR PLASTER REPAIRS & MASONRY GARAGE TUCKPOINTING REPAIRS PER VIOLATIONS CURRENT USE: MULTI-FAMILY PROPOSED USE: MULTI-FAMILY

    11136 S. Vernon Ave. Issued April 13, 2018 Comment

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Lost dog

Our dog ran away 3/26/2018 if found please contact Lauren Ball immediately at 312-859-1913. She didn’t have a collar on. However we miss her so much and are praying for a safe return

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Yesterday the kids next door was throwing rocks up on my porch and the dog pooh in my

Yesterday the kids next door was throwing rocks up on my porch and the dog has poop in my yard I called the police and they said they couldn't do anything cause the mother wasn't there the kids be home alone . They were outside this morning around 12:00 with a stick banging on the garbage cans .Garbage on both sides of the house with their aggressive dog running around between the houses . I talked to the Alderman and so far nothing has been done living next door to a nightmare and Everytime we come out of the house her son is giving my family the birdie finger.

  • If the kids are13years old and under its against the law for them to be home alone. Contact Lisa Madigan's office for further info on whom to contact and perhaps light a fire under the Dept of DCFS. Can't see why police can't get involved. It's a safety issue. Pure and Simple. Good luck.

  • Jesica Ramos Just one of the neighbors

    kids are arrested for crimes all the time same goes for harassment maybe you need to harass the police with phone calls until they do something.

Mar 27

Here's the Kind of Place You Can Get for $250k in Chicago

525 E. 112th Street, Pullman

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9615 S. Leavitt Street, Beverly

1312 W. Montrose Avenue #2, Sheridan Park

1645 W. School Street #222, Roscoe Village

    Here's the Kind of Place You Can Get for $250k in Chicago
    The nice thing about Chicago is that you don't have to be a millionaire to buy a property here. While the housing markets on the West Coast and in New York City continue to spiral upwards to dramatic heights in which only the supremely wealthy can afford, the Mecca of the Midwest still remains a haven for those who aspire to obtain the old American dream of homeownership.
    http://www.chicagomag.com

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Attempted Burgalary

2-3 makes black ages 18-20 tried to break in home through a back window.

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Crazy dog next door

It's a hot mess over here I keep telling my next door neighbor about her kids coming over here swing on the lift I have in fort of my house and how the dog keeps jumping at me and my kids she's saying I'm harassing her they throw garbage all over my yard when they get out of the car the pit bull is going crazy he run and broke my window she said she's not paying for nothing she...

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It's a hot mess over here I keep telling my next door neighbor about her kids coming over here swing on the lift I have in fort of my house and how the dog keeps jumping at me and my kids she's saying I'm harassing her they throw garbage all over my yard when they get out of the car the pit bull is going crazy he run and broke my window she said she's not paying for nothing she on section 8 every time I talk to her she keeps saying not my kids the kids be out side every time she leaves doing everything throwing rocks every where I wish her and her kids go back to the west side where they come from

  • Yes you can call Section 8 to report this behaviour. Section 8 will contact the tenant and the owner. If the Alderman's office becomes involved it is a more serious step so the tenant should receive a warning beforehand.

  • MEG Neighbor

    Absolutely LaSalle Neighbor
    There are too many people on the waiting list for Section 8. If that neighbor can't get it right Section 8 will find another family that can. It's a long process but worth fighting for.

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Feb 26

Parolee is 2nd man charged with murder in killing at Far South Side park

Conner killed Smith after Turner spotted Smith and someone else going to a corner store in the 11200 block of South King Drive about 2:30 p.m. Thursday, prosecutors said Monday.

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Justin Turner, 23, is the second person charged in the killing Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, of Larreese Smith, 25, at Palmer Park, 201 E. 111th St.

Turner, who police say lives in the 4500 block of South Michigan Avenue, has been part of a program to train parolees and place them in jobs, and was the first in the program to get a permanent job, his public defender said Monday.

Turner was arrested Saturday about 8:55 p.m. in the 500 block of West Polk Street, police said.

    Parolee is 2nd man charged with murder in killing at Far South Side park
    A man in a job-training program for parolees who was the first in the program to get a permanent job has been charged with murder after prosecutors say he gave another man a gun and urged him to kill someone they saw in the Roseland neighborhood Thursday.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Feb 24

Community Engagement Fellowship

Throughout the program, Fellows are challenged to build community relationships, develop fundamental organizing skills, and explore their leadership potential.

For six weeks, Fellows learn from experienced organizers and trainers through weekly online trainings. Fellows get a deep dive into the theory of change behind community organizing, then, when possible, work side-by-side with experienced community organizers where they live.

OFA supporters are change-makers. We're bold. We speak out for progress. And we fight for change by getting organized. Right now, we...

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Throughout the program, Fellows are challenged to build community relationships, develop fundamental organizing skills, and explore their leadership potential.

For six weeks, Fellows learn from experienced organizers and trainers through weekly online trainings. Fellows get a deep dive into the theory of change behind community organizing, then, when possible, work side-by-side with experienced community organizers where they live.

OFA supporters are change-makers. We're bold. We speak out for progress. And we fight for change by getting organized. Right now, we need folks like you—smart, passionate people—more than ever. The Fellowship equips new organizers with the tools and training to bring people together to address root challenges facing local communities.

What you’ll do as a Community Engagement Fellow:

Participate in a Fellows orientation
Attend online training every Wednesday at 7:30pm CT from 3/28 to 5/2
Complete weekly assignments after each online training
Application process and timeline:

Application deadline: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Acceptance will occur on a rolling basis
Program orientation training: Saturday, March 24, 2018

Feb 24

Become A Community Organizer

For six weeks, Fellows learn from experienced organizers and trainers through weekly online trainings. Fellows get a deep dive into the theory of change behind community organizing, then, when possible, work side-by-side with experienced community organizers where they live.

Throughout the program, Fellows are challenged to build community relationships, develop fundamental organizing skills, and explore their leadership potential.

OFA supporters are change-makers. We're bold. We speak out for progress. And we fight for change by getting organized. Right now, we...

Read full message…

For six weeks, Fellows learn from experienced organizers and trainers through weekly online trainings. Fellows get a deep dive into the theory of change behind community organizing, then, when possible, work side-by-side with experienced community organizers where they live.

Throughout the program, Fellows are challenged to build community relationships, develop fundamental organizing skills, and explore their leadership potential.

OFA supporters are change-makers. We're bold. We speak out for progress. And we fight for change by getting organized. Right now, we need folks like you—smart, passionate people—more than ever. The Fellowship equips new organizers with the tools and training to bring people together to address root challenges facing local communities.

What you’ll do as a Community Engagement Fellow:

Participate in a Fellows orientation
Attend online training every Wednesday at 7:30pm CT from 3/28 to 5/2
Complete weekly assignments after each online training
Application process and timeline:

Application deadline: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Acceptance will occur on a rolling basis
Program orientation training: Saturday, March 24, 2018

Feb 24

Feb 23

Man Killed In Roseland Shooting

Officials said 25-year-old Lorreese Smith was shot in the chest and back around 2:30 p.m. near 112th and King.

    Man Killed In Roseland Shooting
    CHICAGO (CBS) - A 25-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday afternoon in the Roseland neighborhood. Officials said 25-year-old Lorreese Smith was shot in the chest and back around 2:30 p.m. near 112th and King. Smith was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center, where he later was pronounced dead.
    http://chicago.cbslocal.com

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