Ald. Pat Dowell (3) tweeted, “The violence in Chicago is heartbreaking. Need more investment in and respect for groups like @AcclivusChicago who are out here on these streets. I’m advocating for support for a anti violence public service announcement campaign and mediation hotline.”
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Despite @ChicagoWater’s best efforts, over a half dozen hydrants remained open last night in the 15th Ward. This is more than just an inconvenience to residents - it’s dangerous. Chicago needs a better solutions to keep hydrants secure.”
Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) tweeted that “The Chicago Police Department - Area 2 Detectives are talking to a person of interest regarding the shooting of (2) federal agents and (1) CPD officer early this morning.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted a photo of “a historic meeting in Pilsen today” with more than a dozen elected Latino leaders at the city, county and state level.
Ald. Michele Smith (43) shared Better Government Assocation’s investigation of carjackings and tweeted, “Thank you, thank you @BetterGov for the real answer to what we have been asking for several years - what happens to juvenile offenders? Answer - nothing.”
Ald. Harry Osterman (48) included updates in his latest newsletter on street closures resulting from the CTA Red Purple Modernization project in his ward.
Ald. Maria Hadden (49) quote-tweeted a statement from United Working Families and added, “President Biden and Congress intended ARPA funds to support housing, jobs, small business, public health and violence prevention. Wall Street doesn't need our help, Chicagoans do.”
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