Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, ““Chicago not in Chicago” sounds like an excuse NOT to visit, NOT to stay in our hotels, NOT to dine in our restaurants. Hopefully her campaign mirrors this marketing strategy in encouraging voters NOT to vote for her.
Ald. Silvana Tabares (23) wrote in her latest newsletter, “Proud to stand with my colleagues in blocking Lori Lightfoot’s COPA chief’s appointment, even after she pushed a suspension for fallen hero Ella French. CALL your alderman and ask them to join us in sending a message that our fallen heroes should be HONORED, not ‘suspended.’”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, ‘Remember that time city council failed to pass this resolution [condemning religious persecution in India]? I’m still ashamed.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, “Me: [Honors request from community leaders and local organizations to rename plaza after Poland's worker-led, anti-soviet movement] Local rightwing crackpots: This is part of a communist plot led by CTU teachers!
Ald. Brendan Reilly (42) tweeted, “It’s no wonder a 10-time felon continues to commit crimes here in Cook County.”
Ald. Harry Osterman (48) wrote in his latest newsletter, “Bickerdike is working with my office and the City of Chicago on a negotiated sale process that will lead to 90+ units – which will all be affordable – in our community at 5853 N Broadway. The building on Broadway will be similar to the Bickerdike development in Logan Square. I’m excited at this opportunity and look forward to your active participation as we look to bring more affordable housing to our neighborhood.
Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted, “Thursday, the first step towards a long-term solution was announced. With federal funds under the new infrastructure bill, a study will be conducted to come up with solutions for several beaches from Juneway to the South Water Purification Plant.
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