Ald Cappleman is available next Monday evening from 5pm - 7pm for Open Office hours. Come in with any questions or ideas to help make the 46th Ward better for everyone.
1050 W. WILSON PROPOSAL GETS GREEN LIGHT
Last Monday, FLATS Chicago provided residents within the Truman Square Neighbors Block Club with a presentation of their proposed development at 1050 W. Wilson. Residents had the opportunity to ask questions and get a better sense of the plans and the developer's timeline for accomplishing this project. Truman Square Neighbors collected in-person and online ballots for residents to vote on this proposal up until Wednesday at midnight. Over 90% of participating residents living within the boundary lines of the Truman Square Block Club area voted in favor of this 7-story project. The project will include the renovation of the former TCF Bank building and a new building that will be constructed on the current parking lot. Since this project has an estimated cost of less than $10M, the 46th Ward Zoning & Development Committee will not be reviewing for a vote. For more information about this or other developments in the 46th Ward, please click here.
ZONING & DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING CANCELED
This committee will not meet in July because no zoning proposals are waiting for approval. A mid-August meeting is anticipated to discuss proposed projects.
WILSON L CONSTRUCTION JOB OPPORTUNITIES
If you are interested in exploring job opportunities with the construction of the Wilson L Stop, click here.
There have been 4 burglaries scattered throughout Lincoln Park, Ravenswood, and Buena Park and all are believed to involve the same offender. The offender is described as a white male between the ages of 20 - 30, approximately 5'8", 150-165 lbs. Please report any suspicious people or activity, as well as ensure that doors and windows are secured and check any suspicious noises. Also, keep records of serial numbers of any electronic equipment. If you have any information, contact the Bureau of Detectives - Area North at 312-744-8263.
TRUMAN COLLEGE CHANGES IN TUITION
The City Colleges Board of Trustees approved a new price structure that will eliminate all fees and provide students with more predictable education costs. The new price structure is designed to encourage full-time status and timelier completion for students, while also making City Colleges' prices more transparent by eliminating fees.
Hair Cuttery is once again conducting its Share-A-Haircut program to provide haircuts to disadvantaged children in our community. From Aug. 1 - 15, every time someone 18 years or younger purchases a haircut at a Hair Cuttery salon, they will donate a free haircut certificate to a child in need. Over the past 16 years, they have donated more than 925,000 haircuts to youth in our communities. Contact Diane Daly with any questions at email@example.com.