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Was aldermanic challenge to a Finance Committee settlement a test or a predictor?

Date: 
06/14/2019
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One item set for approval, on a docket of 23 presented by Finance Committee Chair Scott Waguespack, 32nd Ward, became a lightning rod for discussion at the second City Council meeting presided over by Mayor Lori Lightfoot. But why?

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Transportation

New summer bus schedules starting

Date: 
06/14/2019
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The new summer bus schedules will be going into effect on June 16, according to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA).

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Arts

Weekend Arts Guide from the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce From June 13

Date: 
06/14/2019
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We've got your latest WPB Weekend Arts Guide full of everything going on in the arts around the neighborhood over the next few days! Saturday is a particularly hopping day with several events and happenings. 

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Police News

Warning: Residential burglaries in Wicker Park and Bucktown

Date: 
06/14/2019
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In three separate residential burglaries in Wicker Park, offender(s) have gained access through

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Five Strong Armed Robberies in Wicker Park and Eckhart Park areas

Date: 
06/13/2019
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Since May 21, five Strong Armed Robberies have taken place on east side of the 14th Police District in Wicker Park and Eckhart Park areas.

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New police pilot program to partner community and Chicago Police Department

Date: 
06/11/2019
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"Hands on and in the street," District Coordination Officers (DCO)  are part of the Neighborhood Policing Initiative Program (NPI) in a pilot phase in Chicago's 25th District. 

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Ward Offices

New job, office and staff: Daniel La Spata, 1st Ward Alderman

Date: 
06/10/2019
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UPDATE:
Office opens Monday!

While the title "1st Ward Alderman" is still not something that Daniel La Spata is used to hearing, his trajectory into public office started four or five years ago in Logan Square. Now he is opening a Ward Office

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Missing

Missing and high risk: Rafael Rosario

Date: 
06/10/2019
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UPDATE:
Mr Rosario was found and he was unharmed.

Suffering from dementia and in need of medication for other health issues, Rafael Rosario, 62, is missing. 

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Resident News

Police Roll Call at Logan Square's Lucy Flowers Park shows community solidarity

Date: 
06/08/2019
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Chicago Police 14th District officers arrived for the Beat 1421 and Beat 1434 Roll Call by patrol car, wagon and on bikes at

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Parks

Baseball season opened in Smith Park with traditional parade

Date: 
06/09/2019
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Once again the Smith Park Baseball Season started with toots from a fire engine and an occasion wail of a police siren as officials from different government agencies, residents, parents and young people paraded "around the block" that encompasses Smith Park,

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Events

Spoiler alert: Mr. Dave Music headlines all six Tuesdays at the Triangle starting today

Date: 
06/04/2019
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The combo of entertainment and vendors at the Tuesdays at the Triangle returns to the CTA transportation hub at Milwaukee, Division and Ashland Avenues on June 4, from 4 to 8 p.m., for the seventh season, produced by the Polish Triangle Coalition (PTC). 

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Food

Logan Square Farmers Market open every Sunday with 80 rotating vendors

Date: 
05/18/2019
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Logan Square Farmers Market, 3107 W. Logan Blvd., at Milwaukee Ave, is now open for business every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine, until Oct. 27.

Thousands participated in last week's first market of the season, despite the cool, rainy weather as a bevy of vendors tantalized their senses.

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