32nd

Date: 
05/04/2010
Alderman Waguespack

Alderman Waguespack studies proposed legislation

 

Alderman Scott Waguespack's 32nd Ward service office is located at 2657 N. Clybourn.  Phone number is 773.248.1330. Office hours at this site are: Monday from  9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  The Alderman is available to meet with constituents in the office each Monday for "Ward Night" from 5 to 8 p.m.  Appointments may be made with the alderman on specific issues at other times of the week.

Staff members are available Monday thru Friday to assist residents and businesses with issues such as city services ranging from streets and sanitation, water,  transportation and building. To submit service requests or learn about the multitude of services available, call 773.248.1330 to speaker with a 32nd Ward staff person or email them at 32ndWard@gmail.com regarding your questions or problems.

"Whether you have been living here for two months or twenty years, you may wonder what the office of Alderman or city councilor does," comments Alderman Waguespack.  "Aldermen in Chicago have multi-faceted positions. We are facilitators, legislators, and all around go to offices for anything that needs to get done in the City of Chicago."

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"The 32nd Ward office serves many different communities and we pride ourselves on being independent, proactive on issues that affect the quality of life of our constituents and growth of our businesses.  We continue to craft strong policies and legislation that address a wide range of issues including improving education opportunities, urban planning and development, city finances and management, safety of the community, and the overall betterment of our whole community of Chicago. No matter how long you have lived here, or what you may know about our great community, my staff and I look forward to continuing to serve you in any way we can!"

Known for his battle in City Council regarding the Parking Meter issue, Waguespack's fight for transparency in government includes the ordinance he and Alderman Flores authored on TIF reform.  An advocate for community involvement, he is often part of residential teams cleaning up the neighborhoods.

Elected to his first term in 2007 in a run off, Waguespack is part of the following City Council Committees: Rules and Ethics, Education and Child Development, Housing and Real Estate, Human Relations as well as Special Events and Cultural Affairs.

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