Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) in a tweet thread wrote “Over the last month, I have been pleased to support Chicago businesses with two important votes. I was pleased to support Mayor Lightfoot's sign reform as a part of #ChiBizStrong. It is crucial to make regulatory processes more efficient for our businesses at City Hall.”
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted “Can’t follow in a car. Can’t chase on foot. Can’t tase an armed suspect. Won’t prosecute the arrested. Law enforcement in Chicago is an absolute joke thanks of Lightfoot & Foxx. And not a parent in sight - until someone is shot after reaching for a gun, instead of the handcuffs.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted “I support [Art Institute of Chicago] employees, their voice, & their choice to form their union free from employer interference. By coming together as @AICWUtweets, employees will have a say in the decisions that affect them, helping to make the museum a better place to visit, learn, & work for all.”
Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) tweeted “Today, we remember and honor the 23 lives lost and over 2 dozen injured during the deadliest attack on Latinos in modern American history—the El Paso Shooting. We remain committed to prioritizing public safety and social justice for all communities, including the Latino community”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) tweeted a photo of a map of a “47th Ward maze” that includes “a number of fun neighborhood destinations to kids to explore before the end of summer. Kids who complete the maze between now and Sept 30 can stop by the Ward Office for a prize.”
Cook County Board Comm. Bridget Degnen (D-12) tweeted a link to a survey on how the county should spend federal American Rescue Plan dollars and wrote “Cook County will receive almost $1 billion from the federal government to help COVID-19 recovery. We need your help to determine how to prioritize this funding.”
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