Ward Reports february 17, 2022

Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) tweeted “So excited for this collaboration! @chicagoswards and @CoalitionMapChi have been exploring cooperation for months as we seek an equitable and fair ward map! The partnership is official!!”  

Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza (10) tweeted “As you may be aware, CDOT will be performing repairs to the 126th St. Pedestrian Bridge over Indian Creek near the intersection of 126th Place and Avenue O. Work is scheduled to start February 21, 2022, and to be completed by March 4, 2022. The bridge will be fully closed to pedestrian crossing during repairs.”  

Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted photos of himself and Ald. Nicholas Sposato (38) with hand sanitizer outside the 38th Ward office and wrote “Need some hand sanitizer, my guy got ya covered! Thanks Ald Sposato & our friends at @StreetsandSan for thinking of the residents of the 15th Ward!”  

Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) appeared to tweet at every Chicago alderman with a Twitter handle, writing “Thousands of @SpecialOChi athletes need your support! Will you take the Chicago Polar Plunge with me? We are back on the beach March 6th.  Register for team Alderbear online at http://sochicago.org #freezinforareason”  

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted “Big news in the fight to give Chicago residents the best opportunity to choose their neighborhood's alderperson: The People's Map, CHANGE Illinois Action Fund & @CoalitionMapChi are joining forces to advance a map that puts transparency, fairness, and community-input first.”  

Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) tweeted “Looking forward to working together with @chicagoswards to ensure that Chicagoans have a fair map that acknowledges the data, VRA and the voices of the residents of Chicago. #Referendum2022 #letthepeopledecide”  

Ald. Harry Osterman (48) tweeted “Apply for appointment to the Interim Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability by February 24th. For more information on how to be involved in this critical safety measure, visit the website below.”  

Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted a copy of a statement detailing her opposition to Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proposal to sue gang leaders and seize their assets and wrote “Tomorrow, the Committee on Public Safety will vote on an ordinance introduced by Mayor Lightfoot that she claims, “will strengthen and support crime prevention tools by allowing the City to file civil claims against streetgangs and their members.” 

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