Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted “#BlackHistoryMonth spotlight: Did you know @DuSableMuseum is the U.S.'s oldest independently owned museum of Black culture? And it's right here in Chicago! It's a great time to visit as they're celebrating their 61st year this month. To learn more, visit http://dusablemuseum.org.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted “Today, with @AldMattMartin, I intro'd a good government ordinance requiring at least 90 days of Council & public review, an independent evaluation, & at least 2 public hearings before Council votes on a new ComEd contract. Major deals shouldn't be rushed.”
Ald. Pat Dowell (3) tweeted “Feb. 1 means February newsletter. In it find a recap of my January 10th Town Hall meeting, some winter weather safety tips, a Near South High School update, a tribute to the late great Shirley Newsome, and much more… https://conta.cc/3WQK3Nb”
Ald. Sophia King (4) tweeted “Black History Month provides us an opportunity to reflect on the power of our history, the urgency of the needs still felt by our communities, and the knowledge that we will always work to make tomorrow a better day than yesterday. Happy Black History Month!”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) tweeted “Shout out to Matthew Cason, @DemComEd and @ChicagoDSA for their work and for reaching out about the Franchise deal. Also, when @ChicagoDSA actually wants to have open conversations, let me know.”
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