Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted “Many alds have been begging to be a part of the solution to help vaccinate residents only to be shut out by bureaucrats that know better. Here are their results.”
Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez (25) tweeted a thread about Tuesday’s public safety committee meeting and the vote on an ordinance establishing community oversight of the police department and wrote “This is a fundamental step towards transparency and accountability at every level of government. We will urge all council members to vote in favor of this proposal and prioritize allocation of federal funds to address the public health & public safety crisis in our communities.”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, “The conclusions some of my colleagues are getting to on Police oversight are so wild.”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) wrote in a news release that he “filed an ordinance with City Council on Monday that calls for a review of the City’s 311 system, including ‘technical improvements to the system, consultation with members of the City Council, improving accuracy of response times, and creating more transparency for the public users.’”
Ald. Maria Hadden (49) shared a Block Club article on Twitter and wrote, “The zoning change for the northernmost 3 acres on St. Scholastica's campus passed the Committee on Zoning today. It will head to the full City Council tomorrow for a final vote. This zoning change will allow the Benedictine Sisters to age in place.”
Cook County Comm. Dennis Deer (D-2) wrote in his latest newsletter, “If you’re looking for ways to grow your mental health, you might not have to go very far. An ever-growing amount of research has been revealing what humans have known intuitively for years: nature has an incredibly healing effect on our mental health.”
Comm. Bridget Degnen (D-12) in her latest newsletter shared a video of a “Climate Action Conversation with the Consulate General of Ireland where I shared information on what we are doing at the County to fight climate change.”
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