Ward Reports October 22, 2021

Ald. Sophia King (4) tweeted, “Yesterday our office partnered with Centers for New Horizons and Partnership for a Healthier America in their Good Food for All program to send fresh produce to the seniors at Oakwood Shores. Shout out to Black United Fund of Illinois for helping us transport the delivery!”  

Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Yes folks, it is about trust. Here are the vague categories Lightfoot is using to justify $660 Million in spending with no answer to how it will be distributed to the wards or areas of need. Just “trust us.” 

Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) posted on Facebook, “It’s truly shameful that on the anniversary of Laquan McDonalds murder, the Senate is considering confirmation of the man who covered it up.  We said it last fall and we’re saying it again: there should be no place for Rahm Emanuel in the Biden administration.”  

Ald. Tom Tunney (44) wrote in his latest newsletter that he is “excited to announce that Nettelhorst Elementary School is a Chicago Community Works (CCW) semi-finalist for a $1.5 million dollar grant to fund improvements of its playlot!”  

Ald. James Cappleman (46) tweeted, “I went to Uplift's open house today and was amazed at what this high school has to offer our students, especially in the fields of technology, arts, and communications; all things that will help prepare students to be very successful as adults in the job market.” 

Cook County Comm. Kevin Morrison (D-15) tweeted, “Today, I’m wearing purple for #SpiritDay to stand against bullying and to support LGBTQ youth. I’m proud to be the first openly LGBTQ Cook County commissioner – and I will always fight to make sure LGBTQ kids feel safe.”

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