Ald. Brian Hopkins (2) tweeted, “Omicron is here in Midwest, lower % than other regions but spreading like wildfire. Will be dominant within days. Wherever you are, your relative risk of infection (or reinfection) in any given social situation has never been higher than it is today. Wear N95, avoid indoor crowds”
Ald. Jeanette Taylor (20) tweeted, “We all have a moment in this movement .. will your moment be about talking or doing ? Stop telling about democracy when you stand by doing nothing .. I’m clear about my moment are you ??”
Ald. Silvana Tabares (23) wrote in her latest newsletter that she “partnered up with the Chicago Police Department to help the homeless stay warm and safe this winter at Midway Airport. The Salvation Army and Trilogy Healthcare were also there to offer services and resources to help those in need.”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) wrote in his latest newsletter that “As a matter of caution, and keeping in mind the rising cases of the COVID Omicron variant, we will be transitioning to virtual office for the first two weeks in January, so that we can see the case count trends after all of the holiday traveling and gatherings across the country.”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter, “Within the next 15 years, a significant portion of new passenger vehicles will be powered by electric batteries rather than by internal combustion engines. And because many Chicago residents do not have access to a dedicated residential parking space at which to charge their vehicle, it's incumbent upon the City to help ensure that residents will be able to charge their electric vehicles quickly and comfortably in the coming years.”
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