- Ald. Michael Rodriguez (22) tweeted a statement from the family of Adam Toledo, 13, whose funeral is coming up after Chicago Police shot him last week.
- Ald. Rossanna Rodriguez Sanchez (33) tweeted, “remember when the Mayor gave the budget address and came after our treatment not trauma proposals?” And then turns out that SF, LA, NY, ALBQ, DV and a bunch of other cities did exactly what “some other city that doesn’t reflect our reality” has been doing for over 30 years?”
- Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) retweeted CTU’s message “Tell Your Alderman: Pass the People's Ordinance for Police Accountability!”
- Ald. Brendan Reilly (42) included a slideshow presentation in his latest newsletter on RIU Chicago’s proposal to build a new 29-story hotel at 150 E. Ontario St.
- Ald. Michele Smith (43) tweeted about news that Johnson & Johnson vaccine supply is about to drop drastically, writing “Not good news when cases going up. Johnson & Johnson vaccine deliveries to states expected to drop by more than 80% next week.”
- Ald. Harry Osterman (48) advertised expanded library hours at the Edgewater Branch of Chicago Public Libraries in his weekly update, writing “I am thrilled to see Edgewater included in this round of Sunday openings. Neighbors need access to community and the resources provided by the library now more than ever.”
- Ald. Debra Silverstein (50) shared a photo of herself and Mayor Lightfoot touring The Community Vaccine Alliance in the 50th Ward, writing “the organization has vaccinated thousands of local residents against COVID-19 and is helping our community fight the pandemic. Thank you to Agudath Israel of Illinois, Hatzalah Chicago and Refuah311 for your amazing work!”
- Comm. Luis Arroyo Jr. (D-8) shared information about how to register for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in his newsletter.
- Comm. Scott Britton (D-14) advertised the Cook County Board’s steps to ease financial burdens on residents in his newsletter: “Recognizing additional needs residents and businesses have as a result of the pandemic, the Cook County Board passed an additional $200,000 in license and fee cost reductions.”
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