The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners on Tuesday certified dates and deadlines on the 2022 Election Calendar. Party candidates may begin circulating ballot petitions on Jan. 13 and submit signatures by March 14, but judicial candidates filing vacancies that arise between Feb. 21 and March 13 may take until April 4 to submit ballot petitions.
The Chicago Department of Public Health added California and Mississippi to the city’s COVID-19 Travel Advisory, bringing the list to 42 states. They were added because their average new daily caseloads exceeded 15 per 100,000 residents.
The Chicago Department of Aviation will host a webinar at 9:30 a.m. Friday on “How to Open a Concession at O'Hare and Midway International Airports.” City aviation officials will discuss the “Request for Proposals (RFP) process,” “Operating at the Airport” and the “Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program,” according to an announcement. Online registration is required.
The Neighborhood Building Owners Alliance will host a Zoom call at noon on Wednesday “to learn about an opportunity” that Chicago landlords “may all consider to provide a home for one or more of the many Afghan refugees who will soon arriving in Chicago,” according to an announcement. “JCFS Chicago has committed to resettling 110 refugee families from Afghanistan and around the world in the Chicago area. They are currently looking for apartments for up to 15 Afghan families that are coming in the initial phase beginning in January.”
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