Ald. Pat Dowell (3) shared information about a Washington Park community meeting, a pet health event and a vaccine clinic in her latest ward newsletter.
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “here is an idea for Public Safety Com: hold hearings into planned “emergency mobilization” plans drafted by CPD a month in advance requiring 12 hour shifts & no days off (again). My resolution R2021-643, cosponsored by @mattoshea19 @aldnapolitano41 & @AldermanTabares is waiting!”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted about a community cookout in her ward, writing “we love space activation in the 33rd ward and we absolutely love to see this! Please support these efforts and contribute to their drive. We need more of this kind of work to keep our city safe this summer!”
Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41) tweeted about a vandalized billboard memorializing a police officer who had died, writing “cowardly acts like this are perpetrated by those who devour the pride of our country on the backs of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Your constant brazen acts will never erase our memory of our fallen heroes who gave their lives so you can freely be an asshole.”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) tweeted about the Empowering Communities for Public Safety Ordinance, writing “the presentation for the Mayor’s version of “police accountability” highlights why ECPS is a better version because it power in the hands of the people.”
Ald. Maria Hadden (50) tweeted a thread about changes to the City Ombudsman program, writing “yesterday, we learned that, thanks to a joint effort with @RepKellyCassidy, and community advocates, the Illinois Department of Aging has secured additional funds to fully staff our City Ombudsman program AND has agreed to cease their plans to privatize it.”
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