5 hours ago

2 days ago

Updated 10 hours ago

Six-story Howard Street development heads to Rogers Park

A long-vacant parcel at the intersection of Howard Street and Bosworth Avenue is ready to bite the dust for a new six-story, transit-oriented development in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood.

    Six-story development headed to Howard Street in Rogers Park
    A long-vacant parcel at the intersection of Howard Street and Bosworth Avenue is ready to bite the dust for a new six-story, transit-oriented development in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood. Known officially as the Howard Rogers Lofts, the project will feature 38 rental units, 2,900 square feet of retail space, a rooftop deck, and parking for 21 vehicles and 40 bikes.
    https://chicago.curbed.com

45 hours ago

Updated 10 hours ago

City Council Votes Tomorrow on Police Academy

Tomorrow, Emanuel will be asking the City Council to approve spending $95 million for a new Police Academy that will include a new shooting range and a pool. Emanuel claims this facility is called for by the DOJ investigation of the CPD. Not true. The report calls for training to "ensure consistency with CPD policy and current law, particularly with respect to the use of force..." This could be accomplished in any of the many public school buildings that Emanuel has closed, and certainly does not require any new facility - let alone, one that will cost $95 million +.

Thoughts?

https://chicago.suntimes.com/politics/emanuel-plays-hardball-with-opponents-of-95m-police-academy/

    Emanuel plays hardball with opponents of $95M police academy
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel played hardball Wednesday after two aldermen used a parliamentary maneuver to delay consideration of a fund transfer needed to bankroll a $95 million police and fire training academy in West Garfield Park.
    https://chicago.suntimes.com
  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    A serious challenger in the 46th too!

  • Jeffrey Littleton Sheridan Park Neighbors Administrator/Local Artist

    It beyond obscene that what Rahm and his sycophantic Alderman think a new shooting range is what the DOJ report recommended following the "16 shots" incident. By all accounts all 16 shots hit their target, Laquan McDonald, so maybe just maybe marksmanship isn't the issue?

    This nasty deal needs 4 more votes at least, before its over up or down the city gets a black eye.as a city with a racist, bastardized government.

2 days ago

Updated 11 hours ago

Who's afraid of bankruptcy for Chicago?

Some of us Chicagoans are resigned to the inevitability of bankruptcy of Chicago. This study by a non-partisan fiscal research group gives courage to face the future.

https://www.truthinaccounting.org/news/detail/did-city-government-bankruptcy-hurt-detroits-economy

    Did city government bankruptcy hurt Detroit's economy?
    The chart below shows total employment from 2005 to 2017 in the Detroit-Dearborn-Warren metropolitan statistical area, compared to employment in the Chicago-Naperville-Elgin metro area. The chart indexes employment in both areas to July 2013 = 1.0, which gets both areas (one larger than the other) in the same neck of the woods in the chart and also allows you to compare the Chicago and Detroit metro areas since the latter declared bankruptcy.
    https://www.truthinaccounting.org
  • Dan Miller RP/WR resident since 1978

    Chicago's fiscal condition is not sustainable with current tax receipts: the compound growth of pensions alone will inevitably soak up available revenue. Raising and inaugurating new fees and fines are insufficient to meet the need, and lenders eventually will refuse to extend credit. The property tax or a city income...

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    Chicago's fiscal condition is not sustainable with current tax receipts: the compound growth of pensions alone will inevitably soak up available revenue. Raising and inaugurating new fees and fines are insufficient to meet the need, and lenders eventually will refuse to extend credit. The property tax or a city income tax are the only viable alternatives, and either one or both will send the majority of residents into poverty or drive taxpayers out of Chicago and Illinois. We residents left behind will demand relief from the burden of financing city government; teachers and public-safety workers will continue to refuse real reform. Bankruptcy will enable the city to renegotiate terms of its pensions and debt.

  • Michael Archangel First - 13 Russian nationals; Next - US enablers

    @Dan Miller - Given past rulings by the Illinois courts relative to contractual obligation of the city to those pensions, I am afraid that the only legal option is bankruptcy protection. Although, that reality will be very cold comfort to those union members whose leadership negotiated those contracts with city leadership.

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29 hours ago

45 hours ago

City to pick up garbage Tuesday and Wednesday next week due to Memorial Day holiday

As you know, this Monday, May 28th, is Memorial Day, a day on which we remember those who died while serving in our nation’s armed forces. All government offices will be closed, including my 49th Ward Service Office, and only emergency government services will be provided.

If you normally receive City garbage pick-up on Monday, your garbage will be collected on Tuesday. If you receive City garbage pick-up on Tuesday, you may not get your garbage picked up until Wednesday....

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As you know, this Monday, May 28th, is Memorial Day, a day on which we remember those who died while serving in our nation’s armed forces. All government offices will be closed, including my 49th Ward Service Office, and only emergency government services will be provided.

If you normally receive City garbage pick-up on Monday, your garbage will be collected on Tuesday. If you receive City garbage pick-up on Tuesday, you may not get your garbage picked up until Wednesday. The same schedule applies to recycling pickup. Please plan accordingly.

If you have a City services need this holiday weekend that requires immediate attention, call 311. For routine City service requests this weekend, contact my office at ward49@cityofchicago.org or 773-338-5796. We will get back to you on Tuesday.

I wish you a safe and happy holiday weekend.

https://www.ward49.com/news/city-to-pick-up-garbage-tuesday-and-wednesday-next-week-due-to-memorial-day-holiday/

    City to pick up garbage Tuesday and Wednesday next week due to Memorial Day holiday
    As you know, this Monday, May 28th, is Memorial Day, a day on which we remember those who died while serving in our nation's armed forces. All government offices will be closed, including my 49th Ward Service Office, and only emergency government services will be provided.
    https://www.ward49.com

3 days ago

3 days ago

The New 400 Theater to host free screening of Katie Couric report: "The Muslim Next Door"

I’m teaming up with the New 400 Theaters once again to host a free screening of a timely and thought-provoking film.

Join me at the New 400 Theaters, 6746 N. Sheridan, this Thursday, May 24th, 6:30 p.m., for a screening of “The Muslim Next Door,” an upcoming episode of National Geographic’s America Inside Out with Katie Couric. The film documents the pressures and opportunities that Muslim American’s face in our nation. It runs slightly less than an hour.

For more information, including a summary of the documentary, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/the-new-400-theater-to-host-free-screening-of-katie-couric-report-the-muslim-next-door/

    The New 400 Theater to host free screening of Katie Couric report: "The Muslim Next Door"
    I'm teaming up with the New 400 Theaters once again to host a screening of a timely and thought-provoking film. Join me at the New 400 Theaters, 6746 N. Sheridan, this Thursday, May 24th, 6:30 p.m., for a screening of "The Muslim Next Door," an upcoming episode of National Geographic's America Inside Out with Katie Couric .
    https://www.ward49.com

3 days ago

New residential and commercial development to break ground on Howard Street

Please join me at the groundbreaking for an exciting new residential and commercial development on Howard Street—the Howard Rogers Lofts. The groundbreaking will take place this Thursday, May 24th, 10:00 a.m., at the construction site located at 1531 W. Howard (south side of Howard at Bosworth).

Joining me will be Sandi Price, Executive Director of the Rogers Park Business Alliance and the development team–Jay Johnson of Cornerstone, LLC, and Eric Theisen and Freddy Ellis of Watermark Equity Group.

It is...

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Please join me at the groundbreaking for an exciting new residential and commercial development on Howard Street—the Howard Rogers Lofts. The groundbreaking will take place this Thursday, May 24th, 10:00 a.m., at the construction site located at 1531 W. Howard (south side of Howard at Bosworth).

Joining me will be Sandi Price, Executive Director of the Rogers Park Business Alliance and the development team–Jay Johnson of Cornerstone, LLC, and Eric Theisen and Freddy Ellis of Watermark Equity Group.

It is the first privately-financed, market rate development on Howard Street east of the CTA tracks in decades.

The development is being constructed as a matter of right. No zoning change, variance or special use permit is required. At my request, the developers presented their plans to the community at an “informational meeting” held in April, 2017.

For more information, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/new-residential-and-commercial-development-to-break-ground-on-howard-street/

    New residential and commercial development to break ground on Howard Street
    Please join me at the groundbreaking for an exciting new residential and commercial development on Howard Street- the Howard Rogers Lofts. The groundbreaking will take place this Thursday, May 24th, 10:00 a.m., at the construction site located at 1531 W. Howard (south side of Howard at Bosworth).
    https://www.ward49.com

3 days ago

Please join me at the groundbreaking for an e...

Please join me at the groundbreaking for an exciting new residential and commercial development on Howard Street—the Howard Rogers Lofts. The groundbreaking will take place this Thursday, May 24th, 10:00 a.m., at the construction site located at 1531 W. Howard (south side of Howard at Bosworth). Joining me will be Sandi Price, Executive Director of the Rogers Park Business Alliance and the development team–Jay Johnson of Cornerstone, LLC, and Eric Theisen and Freddy Ellis of Watermark Equity Group. It is the first privately-financed, market rate development on Howard Street east of the CTA tracks in decades. The development is being constructed as a matter of right. No zoning change, variance or special use permit is required. At my request, the developers presented their plans to the community at an “informational meeting” held in April, 2017. For more information, visit: https://www.ward49.com/news/new-residential-and-commercial-development-to-break-ground-on-howard-street/

    New residential and commercial development to break ground on Howard Street
    Please join me at the groundbreaking for an exciting new residential and commercial development on Howard Street- the Howard Rogers Lofts. The groundbreaking will take place this Thursday, May 24th, 10:00 a.m., at the construction site located at 1531 W. Howard (south side of Howard at Bosworth).
    https://www.ward49.com

4 days ago

6 days ago

Updated 4 days ago

Needed: 1-2 wide-mouthed mason jars

Dear neighbors, I am looking for 1-2 *wide-mouthed* one-pint mason jars with lids for a project. I can trade you normal mason jars if you like. Thanks!

  • Hey Stephanie, they sell them at some Target stores; I saw them on the Target website. I think they are sold by the dozen, which might be more than you need, but they're useful for a lot of things.

4 days ago

City crews to combat mosquitoes this week in West Ridge

Crews working with the Chicago Department of Public Health this week will be dropping “larvicide” in catch basins in the West Ridge community (located west of Ridge Blvd.). This annual activity is done to decrease the number of mosquitoes that can transmit the West Nile virus.

Catch basin treatment in West Ridge will take about one week to complete. No spraying will take place at this time.

The Rogers Park community (located east of Ridge Blvd.) is NOT being treated because mosquitoes that carry the West Nile virus are not present close to Lake Michigan.

For more information on this effort, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/city-crews-to-combat-mosquitoes-this-week-in-west-ridge/

    City crews to combat mosquitoes this week in West Ridge
    Crews working with the Chicago Department of Public Health this week will be dropping "larvicide" in catch basins in the West Ridge community (located west of Ridge Blvd.). This annual activity is done to decrease the number of mosquitoes that can transmit the West Nile virus.
    https://www.ward49.com

6 days ago

May 17

Updated May 18

1246 West Pratt blvd

Sixteen year old boy was stuck in elevator for one hour when management was called no one came to help. Police and firefighters were called and spent another 30min getting the boy out. Please be cautious of car number 2 in this building.

  • I'm not being argumentative. Just being pragmatic. I hope you won't be argumentative. We both are entitled to our own points of view. Claustrophobia, it's true, is not life-threatening in itself. Worst case scenarios: What if someone has a heart attack while stuck alone in an elevator for a long...

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    I'm not being argumentative. Just being pragmatic. I hope you won't be argumentative. We both are entitled to our own points of view. Claustrophobia, it's true, is not life-threatening in itself. Worst case scenarios: What if someone has a heart attack while stuck alone in an elevator for a long time? What if someone has a seizure and needs immediate medical attention? What if a pregnant woman is ready to give birth and no one is there to assist? Well, I could go on and on.

    Among other things lacking in our society, I believe, is the lack of compassion for others. A lack of the milk of human kindness, if you will. Is our president a role model?

  • headsup not available

    I have claustrophobia and can assure you I would go bonkers if I was confined in an elevator -you may not think it is life threatening but that just shows how ignorant people can be ".

May 18

Lost Golden Lab/Retriever

I met a woman last night who was looking for a friend's lost dog. I can't remember exactly whether she said it was a golden lab or a golden retriever. A large dog in any case. Has anyone seen this lost dog? I hope she has found her dog, but if not, the dog went missing at Albion and Bosworth. Unfortunately, I have forgotten the owner's exact address. It would be easy to locate the owner by knocking on a few doors. Or, if you have spotted the dog, feel free to message me.

May 04

Updated May 18

    Chicago Official: Beach Erosion Will Cost Millions to Repair
    Chicago residents in Rogers Park continue to worry about the potential danger of the beach erosion they say keeps worsening and are pressing city officials for solutions.
    https://www.nbcchicago.com

May 16

Updated May 17

Cedar siding contractor needed for exterior work

I own an old Victorian in the neighborhood (Rogers Park) that needs cedar shake shingle replacement on the 2nd story exterior. It also needs some light carpentry work in the process, trim replacement. It also has a turret.
I need a good reliable contractor who does shake shingle siding work, not faux vinyl panels, but actual shake shingle siding. Recommendations with references are appreciated.
Thanks!

  • I had similar work done on my home. I hired Agustin Rojas Roofing and they did a fantastic job. You can reach him at 773-425-7631.

May 14

Updated May 17

Chicago Math and Science Academy earns top honors from U.S. News as #1 ranke​d ​​charter school

Rogers Park’s own Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) is the number 1 ranked charter high school in Illinois according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best High Schools” annual report.

The report also ranked CMSA number 10 among all Chicago’s 105 non-selective enrollment schools and number 69 among all 670 public high schools in Illinois.

In addition, CMSA was one of only 115 high schools schools in Illinois to receive U.S. News & World Reports’ coveted Bronze Medal, which...

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Rogers Park’s own Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) is the number 1 ranked charter high school in Illinois according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best High Schools” annual report.

The report also ranked CMSA number 10 among all Chicago’s 105 non-selective enrollment schools and number 69 among all 670 public high schools in Illinois.

In addition, CMSA was one of only 115 high schools schools in Illinois to receive U.S. News & World Reports’ coveted Bronze Medal, which is awarded to “high-performing schools based on state exam performance.”

CMSA’s rankings are all the more impressive given that its students do not come from privileged backgrounds.

Ninety-eight percent of CMSA students are non-white and 95% qualify for free or reduced lunch, which means they come from families with incomes at or below 185% of the poverty income threshold. The vast majority of the students come from Rogers Park families where neither parent attended college.

For more information including a link to the report, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/chicago-math-and-science-academy-earns-top-honors-from-u-s-news-as-1-ranke%E2%80%8Bd-%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8Bcharter-school-in-illinois/

    Chicago Math and Science Academy earns top honors from U.S. News as #1 ranke​d ​​charter school in Illinois
    Rogers Park's own Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) is the number 1 ranked charter high school in Illinois according to U.S. News & World Report's "Best High Schools" annual report. The report also ranked CMSA number 10 among all Chicago's 105 non-selective enrollment schools and number 69 among all 670 public high schools in Illinois.
    https://www.ward49.com
  • Reid Hyams X-Art Entertainment • Century 21 Universal

    I agree Live. The concern is regarding the ones that are not doing a good job and are public charter schools. It's important that all schools in Chicago do an excellent job, which will keep families here vs. moving to the suburbs in order for their children to receive better...

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    I agree Live. The concern is regarding the ones that are not doing a good job and are public charter schools. It's important that all schools in Chicago do an excellent job, which will keep families here vs. moving to the suburbs in order for their children to receive better a education. That benefits both the students and our city. Select schools are difficult to get into, even for excellent students - I know, we tried to get our son into Lane... but so many applied, I believe less than 25% actually made it and the percentage could be less.

    The goal should be to raise the bar and bring all Chicago public schools up to the select level.

    One problem we face is that children in he poorer neighborhoods or even many of the better areas of the city, do not get the support they need from their parents, which is unfortunate and I certainly don't know how to fix that, yet I recognize it's broken.

    As previously stated, my son went to Rickover Naval Academy, which is a Chicago Public School, not a select, magnet or charter school... and one of the primary benefits of going there was the support given to them by the US Navy personnel onsite as well as additional money from the Navy to support their education, which was disciplined, yet not as military as one might think.

    Although Chicago public schools and public charter schools are allowed to stand side by side, there exist under performing charter schools, and they should be closed and the students and the money that goes along with each one of them, should be put into the Chicago public school.

    CMAS is example of a great public charter school, while there are others that are only in it for the money and generate under performing students.

  • robin in WRP I support a 28th Amendment 4Free & Fair Elections!

    Charter schools can hire non-qualified teachers. On average, charters do not out-perform "regular" public schools.
    What we need is a way to replicate the quality of resources at high performing schools (both neighborhood and selective enrollment) across CPS

May 17

May 15

Is there a memo somewhere on the Verizon wireless construction impact?

Is there a memo somewhere on the Verizon wireless construction impact? This is happening throughout the city but started in Rogers park as a bit over two months ago.... Heavy machinery going up and down the street all day have not heard from the alderman's office other than my own inquiry... Is there something I've missed that the alderman's office out out? Looking forward to the walls not rattling from equipment outside...

May 15

New 400 Theaters to host encore presentation of Rogers Park documentary, "Silence the Violence"

If you missed it the first time, you have another chance to view the acclaimed documentary film, Silence the Violence. Created by youth from Family Matters, an organization that works with families and youth in the North of Howard community, the film looks at the multiple causes of gun violence through the eyes of young men in Chicago.

The screening takes place TOMORROW (Wednesday, May 16th), 7:00 p.m., at the New 400 Theaters, 6746 N. Sheridan (just south of Pratt). A panel discussion with the young men will follow. Tickets are $10 and all proceeds will benefit Family Matters’ youth development programs.

For more information, including how to purchase tickets, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/new-400-theaters-to-host-encore-presentation-of-rogers-park-youth-documentary-silence-the-violence/

    New 400 Theaters to host encore presentation of Rogers Park youth documentary, "Silence the Violence"
    If you missed it the first time, you have another chance to view the acclaimed documentary film, Created by youth from Family Matters , an organization that works with families and youth in the North of Howard community, the film looks at the multiple causes of gun violence through the eyes of young men in Chicago.
    https://www.ward49.com

May 11

Updated May 15

Exterminator needed for - MICE!

Can anyone recommend a good exterminator to get rid of mice?

Thanks

  • Caralyn Rogers Park since 2015

    Cats are amazing little exterminators for all sorts of pests!! We used to have a cockroach problem in our apartment building, even with monthly exterminator treatments... but since we adopted two cats last year we haven't seen a single bug in our unit :)

    But yes, obviously don't get a cat if you don't want a cat.

  • https://www.thumbtack.com/-Chicago-IL/service/3445144 We recently used Crow Pest control for a rodent problem. We're very happy with them.

May 15

May 10

Updated May 14

Park District announces schedule for repairs to Juneway, Rogers and Howard Beach Parks

The Chicago Park District yesterday shared with me their schedule for repairing the extensive damage to Juneway, Rogers and Howard Beach Parks caused by this winter’s storms and high lake levels. The Park District plans to begin the repairs later this month and hopes to complete them by the end of July, weather permitting.

For a park-by-park breakdown, from north to south, of the repairs the Park District plans to undertake and the estimated beginning and end dates, visit:

https://www.ward49.com/news/park-district-announces-schedule-for-repairs-to-juneway-rogers-and-howard-beach-parks/

    Park District announces schedule for repairs to Juneway, Rogers and Howard Beach Parks
    The Chicago Park District yesterday shared with me their schedule for repairing the extensive damage to Juneway , Rogers and Howard Beach Parks caused by this winter's storms and high lake levels. The Park District plans to begin the repairs later this month and hopes to complete them by the end of July, weather permitting.
    https://www.ward49.com
  • Helen NoH North of Howard for 55 + years

    Since you care so much about this issue, Robin, have you joined the Greater Eastlake Terrace Park Advisory Council (GET Beaches) yet, which I suggested you do more than a month ago?

  • LMAO!!! Helen, please, please, get over yourself! You can't imagine how ridiculous it is for you to be directing me to join an organization and then scolding me for not following your instructions! As if I have no right to be concerned or to post unless and until I have...

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    LMAO!!! Helen, please, please, get over yourself! You can't imagine how ridiculous it is for you to be directing me to join an organization and then scolding me for not following your instructions! As if I have no right to be concerned or to post unless and until I have done so! You are a would-be cyber bully, but it doesn't quite work because your ego consistently pushes you to make a fool of yourself.

    As for Rob's comment and Live's disgusting follow up which has been removed, that kind of nasty behavior is also entirely too typical of him. You can't behave like a loathsome human being and then expect people to listen to you and take you seriously, no matter how "special" and knowledgeable you think you are. Decent people just don't behave that way, Live.

May 14

May 10

Updated May 13

Phones in France

I’m going to France for a month. Should I keep my Verizon travel plan which charges 10 $ a day? Or get a burner phone there?

  • Cityboy Couch miner in Rogers park for 67 years

    Thanks I’ve used their paln in Canada twice with no problems.

  • d3 NoHo

    It's free now in Canada and Mexico if you have their unlimited plan

Apr 24

Updated May 12

Has anyone else been followed recently?

I was followed home by a group of 3 people yesterday evening, and just wanted to see if it had happened to anyone else recently.I went slowly and even made a couple stops along the way and each time they were hanging back waiting for me. I've lived here for several years and have never had something like this happen before. It happened on Sheridan around 5:45. I can provide more details if necessary.

  • First time for everything.
    I was follow home by some
    guy one evening he was walking fast, I
    felt his presence, he was
    getting very close up on me, so I begin to walk
    faster until I got to the
    corner, an that’s when I
    saw a car full of...

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    First time for everything.
    I was follow home by some
    guy one evening he was walking fast, I
    felt his presence, he was
    getting very close up on me, so I begin to walk
    faster until I got to the
    corner, an that’s when I
    saw a car full of people.
    I did not know any of them,
    I just walked towards them,I was so relieved to see these people.
    Then the guy who was following me, stop an stood
    There on the corner,
    I look back at him an he
    Was looking dead at me.
    Then I walk away from the
    car in went into my building.
    But I did not go to my
    entrance, because I did not want him to know where I
    Iived. He had the nerve to
    Just stand there an watch
    me, he would’nt dare come
    across the street.
    I had turn away from his stare,
    an when I look again, he
    had vanished.
    It creeped me out.
    Since that night, I have not
    been through anything
    like this anymore.

  • I did’nt know some people
    On this thread would give
    you a thumbs down, when
    you have successfully
    made it out of harms way.
    That some bad Karma😕

May 10

Updated May 11

Anyone know about car smashing and police on Farwell?

A car crashed into a parked car by Farwell and Wayne a few minutes ago. Lots of emergency vehicles. Anyone know more?

  • d3 NoHo

    Another quiet night up here north of Howard

  • Apparently cops were chasing a car and several cars were smashed up on Farwell between Glenwood and Sheridan. No word on who fired shots and whether they hit anyone. (When I lived north of Howard last year, I heard a young man get shot in the head while I was having breakfast. Besides the point in this thread, however, which is about a specific occurrence and not a survey of bragging points.)

Feb 07 2012

Updated May 11

9-64-100-G Parking within 30ft from a Stop Sign

I just wanted to warn everyone else, I had 2 of these waiting for me on my car this morning. Looks like Rahm "Nickel & Dime" Emanuel's Chicago is in full effect.

  • Kevin

    I contested and won based on arbitrary enforcement.

  • I once received a ticket on Foster between Clark and Ashland for not paying meter in a space that was one car length long and between bus stop sign and pay to park sign. I contested in person with photos of spot. It got dismissed but the hearing officer said it was actually a bus stop according to the addresses but sign was placed wrong. I asked him how in the world is person would know this because we don’t have access to the database. He had no answer.

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