Gladys Alcazar-Anselmo

Gladys Anselmo has been a resident of the East Village neighborhood for over 20 years. 

As an active Board member of the East Village Association (EVA) and Preservation Chicago, she has worked on many community advocacy efforts throughout the community. 

One of her passions is libraries. She helps to seek funding support for local programming efforts at the West Town Branch library, located at 1625 W. Chicago Ave.

Stories from Gladys Alcazar-Anselmo

What is Chicago's Special Service Area (SSA) program?

Date: 
10/01/2014
SSAs

The Special Service Area (SSA) program overseen by the City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development was originally designed to be an economic development tool that established a taxing district within specific community boundaries. 

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Charade Madness "sounds like" fun funding for the West Town Branch Library

Date: 
09/22/2014
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West Town Literary Charades Madness "sounds like" a fun fund raiser for the West Town Library, Thurs., Sept. 25, at Roots Homemade Pizza, 1924 W. Chicago Ave. from 6 to 9 p.m.

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To lift or not to lift a liquor moratorium on Ashland in Moreno's 1st Ward -- that is the question

Date: 
10/20/2012
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In exploring whether to lift a liquor moratorium on Ashland Ave. between Augusta Blvd. and Division St., 1st Ward Alderman Proco "Joe" Moreno hosted a community meeting

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