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    City and transit officials on Wednesday announced new efforts to increase private security and the presence of police officers at CTA stations and on buses and trains. City housing officials confirmed they will push to extend a demolition fee pilot in gentrifying neighborhoods. Aldermen will make appointments to the Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs and Special Events. And a watchdog office credited the Chicago Department of Transportation for improving its management of the city’s traffic signals but said the department still has more work to do. 

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