- Ald. George Cardenas (12) retweeted a Crain’s story about results from The Chicago Index and wrote “No doubt. A poll or survey in the middle of the pandemic is no poll at all. Everyone would agree that it su**s. Look at the tab on “their” Aldermen and you get a different result. One thing is clear. We, and I do say we, have a lot of work to do.”
- Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) retweeted his own tweet of a letter he sent to Chicago Police Supt. David Brown inquiring about “Derek Chauvin Trial Verdict Safety Precautions” and wrote, “Based on what I just heard, CPD will continue to drain our districts to protect the lakefront & downtown. Our Chicago neighborhoods are f*cked (again) while our beat cops struggle to keep it together while being pulled in different directions.”
- Ald Matt O’Shea (19) tweeted a photo of himself welcoming new business KimmieKakes Cafe & Bakery, 10225 S. Western Ave., to the neighborhood.
- Ald. Michael Rodriguez (22) retweeted the Chicago Progressive Reform Caucus’ announcement endorsing the CPAC/GAPA “unity” ordinance and wrote, “As Progressive Caucus Whip I will be working to help get the votes necessary to pass the unity ordinance, Empowering Communities for Public Safety”
- Ald. Michael Scott (24) tweeted about a vaccination event at Douglass Park scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. April 17. The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be used at the event.
- Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted “Spring is here, and Chicagoans are out and about. That's why my office has deployed in-road stop for pedestrian signs at crosswalks across our ward. Studies show they're effective. Lawrence Avenue will receive in-road signs after resurfacing is completed in a few months.”
- Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted “News outlets saying we're in another wave. Dr. Arwady presenting slides showing how people are out and congregating at increased rates and cautioning that it's not safe to do unless you're fully vaccinated. So why are we allowing 10,000+ people to gather in baseball stadiums?”
- Ald. Debra Silverstein (50) tweeted “Today is Yom HaShoah, when we remember and mourn the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust. Now, with anti-Semitism on the rise across the nation, we must remember all those we have lost and speak out against hate. Never again. Never forget.”
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