- Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted about the first in-person City Council meeting in more than a year, writing “Different side of the room but back in the chamber. That’s works for me” with a flexing emoji.
- Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez (25) tweeted a photo of himself in City Council, writing “just out here waiting for the Mayor to call the Empowering Communities for Public Safety ordinance for a vote.”
- Ald. Walter Burnett (27) shared a raft of COVID-19 vaccination events and rent relief opportunities in his newsletter.
- Ald. Rossana Rodriguez (33) tweeted, “Today @taylorfor20th and I introduced a Res. calling for all of aprox 1.9B in funds from the ARA plan to be allocated towards healing and recovery. 281M in CARES discretionary funding were given to CPD and $68 million was unspent at the end of 2020. We need to fund care.”
- Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted about actions supporting the Empowering Communities Public Safety Ordinance, writing “thank you @mrdannyglover for lending your voice to the people's ordinance for community control of police #ECPSNow.”
- Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) tweeted, “So not only is legislation obstructed, so is speech apparently. Our city deserves more democracy and less impediments to police accountability and justice here in Chicago” following Mayor Lori Lightfoot's refusal to let Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez (25) speak about the Empowering Communities for Public Safety ordinance at City Council.
- Ald. Harry Osterman (48) tweeted about the just-passed Affordable Requirements Ordinance: “This new framework will ensure that the ARO is a significant tool in the toolbox when it comes to increasing affordable units throughout the City.”
- Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted about the Affordable Requirements Ordinance: “As the lead sponsor on the Chicago Inclusive Housing Ordinance with @chi_housing, I know that the ARO reform being passed today is a big improvement from what we had. It's also not strong enough on some of our biggest unmet needs,” she wrote.
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