Ward Reports June 13, 2022

Ald. Sophia King (4) in her latest newsletter linked to a New York Times article that “cited the excellent work she has done bringing the Bronzeville Lakefront Project to fruition and how the developers hired to build this development were of diverse and minority backgrounds. Bronzeville Lakefront Project is going to be an asset to the community and will have twenty percent affordable housing.”  

Ald. Silvana Tabares (23) told West Lawn and West Elsdon constituents in her latest newsletter to “stay tuned for a big announcement” coming on Monday.  

Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, “What a special day. The Puerto Rican parade brings celebration and deep connection among the Puerto Rican community and it’s beautiful to share it with our LatinAmerican siblings who love us and fight alongside us all the time. Thank you @Delia4Congress 4 standing with us always.”  

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, “Support @Local150 construction material workers on strike! Do not source from Vulcan, Lafarge, or Hanson while the workers are on strike.”  

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.”  

Ald. James Cappleman (46) tweeted that this weekend’s Walk & Roll for Safe Streets “is in response to 2 young children who recently lost their lives on Leland due to a bicycle crashes. The 46th Ward Office is committed to working with CDOT to make our streets safer.  

Ald. Maria Hadden (49) retweeted a tweet from the group Neighbors for Environmental Justice saying, “Bring back the Dept of Environment!”  

Cook County Comm. Sean Morrison (R-17) wrote in a news release, “So far, during the first three months of the year, around two dozen people were arrested in Cook County during their essential movement days, including two people who were shot to death. Some Democrats, including Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, have called for an end to this provision as crime continues to rise in the city.” 

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