Ward Reports march 28, 2022

Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Imagine what we could do if we had TWO functional police helicopters”  

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35) tweeted, " I will permanently stan Toni Preckwinkle because I feel like she's the elected official who has single handedly done the most to permanently reduce Cook County's prison population, tearing down entire wings of the prison under her leadership.”  

Ald. Brendan Reilly (42) wrote in his latest newsletter, “Alderman Reilly has heard from many constituents regarding the proposed Tribune Publishing location, as it is very close to the 42nd Ward boundary and would directly impact many residents. Alderman Reilly takes constituent input very seriously and knows neighborhood residents are clearly opposed to the Tribune proposal. The Alderman has already communicated his serious concerns about the Tribune proposal to members of the Lightfoot Administration and will reiterate those concerns when the Special City Council Casino Committee is convened next month.”  

Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter, “I met with two representatives from the city's Department of Transportation to discuss ongoing plans at the city and state levels to expand electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. Within the next year or so, I'm hopeful that the City can craft and release a detailed framework for how EV-charging infrastructure should expand throughout Chicago, in light of the growing popularity of EVs and recent commitments made by multiple car manufactures to only sell EVs within the next 15 years.”  

Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted, “’There’s nothing controversial about signing on and voting to pass legislation that keeps people safe in their homes...’ I want to see all 50 members of the council sign on to this [Anjanette Young] ordinance.”  

Ald. Debra Silverstein (50) wrote in her latest newsletter, “At City Council on Wednesday, I was honored to publicly thank many of our local police officers for their dedication and commitment to the safety of our neighborhood. After a horrifying rash of anti-Semitic incidents in the 50th Ward, the police rallied to our community’s defense.” 

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