Ald. Sophia King (4) tweeted about the deferred ordinance to rename Lake Shore Drive, writing “no addresses would need to be changed. That was Ald. Hopkins excuse for his political maneuvering. SMH.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez (35) kept up his criticism of Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proposal for civilian oversight of Chicago police, tweeting, “the mayor doesn't need to pass an ordinance in order for her to appoint an advisory body that makes recommendations. She has the power to do that right now. The mayor's ordinance isn't civilian oversight — it's window dressing, a farce.”
Ald. Tom Tunney (44) invited residents to participate in meetings about infrastructure changes and creating the city’s master plan for the next decade in his weekly newsletter.
Ald. James Cappleman (46) shared his concern about Lightfoot’s measure to put a curfew on liquor sales in his weekly newsletter, writing “I believe they should remain open until midnight because a number of small businesses, that have taken a huge hit during this pandemic, heavily depend on liquor sales.”
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