Ward Reports June 06, 2022

Ald. Sophia King (4) wrote in her latest newsletter, “Alderman King joined City and Northwestern Medicine officials to announce the brand new Northwestern Medicine outpatient center that will be located at 48th and Cottage Grove. Our office held several community meetings with residents around this project to ensure their voice was heard in this process.”  

Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Where is the outrage from Englewood’s the other elected officials. When are the pastors going to line up and bless the police officers in front of their congregations? Why aren’t those getting “anti-violence” money stepping up? Who will be next to rise up and say enough?  

Ald. Michael Rodriguez (22) tweeted, “Glad I was here with @JBPritzker, @ChuyForCongress , @AlmaEAnaya , @egonzalezjr96 to support @SenatorCelina for re-election!”  

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, “In Chicago, I've met day laborers who build luxury homes during the day that sleep under bridges at night.”  

Ald. Brendan Reilly (42) wrote in his latest newsletter, “Pristine LLC proposes to construct a new 3-story, 15,000 square foot addition to Millennium Park Plaza at the corner of N. Michigan Avenue and E. Randolph St where the former La Strada restaurant stood. As proposed, the new addition contains approximately 5,300 sf of retail tenant space at the ground floor.  The second and third levels allow for a restaurant or commercial tenant, with its main entrance on N. Beaubien Ct.  The existing two levels of basement parking below this addition will remain.”  

Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter, “next Wednesday June 8th my office is hosting a town hall to discuss summer engagement opportunities for youth across our Ward and City. Topics will include the City’s Summer Youth Employment Program and nonprofit youth development programs like Increase the Peace and After School Matters.”  

Cook County Comm. Kevin Morrison (D-15) tweeted, “So much love for the Pinta Family and all of the supporters of Buffalo Grove Pride. Couldn’t help but wonder how much events like this would have meant to me growing up in the Northwest suburbs. We’ve made so much progress and we must keep fighting to protect our rights!” 

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