Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) wrote in his latest newsletter, “The City of Chicago recently budgeted $46 million to expand our tree canopy? We will be planting 15,000 new trees each year for the next five years in an effort to improve air quality, reduce smog and emissions, help conserve energy costs, and increase property values. To request a tree planting for your parkway, please click here.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, “We're out in Avondale and Logan Square today, knocking doors and talking to neighbors about @AnthonyJQuezada, @Delia4Congress, and @ChicagoMap2022.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44) tweeted, “Making our neighborhood safe for pedestrians is essential so my office is adding wider sidewalks, ADA compliant curb cuts, and bumps out on Cornelia, near Clark. New trees will also be planted along Cornelia too.
Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter, “In recent months, many of you have contacted my office urging that the City find ways to expand sweeping services throughout the year. I recently summarized and sent these requests to the Inspector General’s Office, which is auditing Chicago’s sweeping program later this year. I’m hopeful that the audit, once completed, will identify concrete actions for improving sweeping that my colleagues and I can act on quickly.
Ald. Debra Silverstein (50) wrote in her latest newsletter, “I held a Zoom meeting this week to discuss $100,000 in grant money now available for 50th Ward non-profit organizations. The funding is earmarked for local schools and for agencies that serve immigrants in the neighborhood.”
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