Ward Reports

  • Ald. Proco Joe Moreno (1) says “A large majority of the residents and community members who attended” a meeting on a new LGBTQ friendly affordable housing project “expressed enthusiasm and strong support for the proposed development.”
  • Ald. Brian Hopkins (2) needs players for his Holiday Classic 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, December 28th and 29th in the Pulaski Park Fieldhouse.
  • Ald. Pat Dowell (3) has every last detail of what’s been going on in her ward in her latest newsletter. 
  • Ald. Rod Sawyer (6) told WLS’ Bill Cameron that Gov. Rauner’s CPS veto is “almost a terrorist act!”
  • Ald. Greg Mitchell (7) is looking to verify and update contact information of community organizations leadership, including tenant associations, condo boards and block clubs.
  • Ald. Michelle Harris (8) has pics from her town hall meeting.
  • Ald. Patrick D. Thompson (11) has deets of the 11th Ward Democratic Organization’s holiday plans.
  • Ald. David Moore (17) stopped by the set of Chicago PD with actor Jason Beghe (Detective Hank Voight). “I want to personally thank the Chicago PD team for filming in the 17Th Ward. Thank you for keeping your commitment to hiring local residents as extras, for using our neighborhood stores to purchase items and restaurants to supply food.”
  • Ald. Ariel Reboyras (30) is offering free pics with Santa December 12. 
  • Ald. Emma Mitts’ (37) next pastors meeting is December 10.
  • Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41) thanked Ald. Nick Sposato (38) and his ward sup, Patrick Sanders, sharing a pic of Sanders bagging a raccoon bare handed. “No job to big and always willing to jump in and help.” 
  • Ald. Tom Tunney (44) says he’ll be keeping an eye on CTA construction after the passage of the Transit TIF ordinance: “I know that the CTA has not always been the best steward of the land around its stations, but I am committed to making sure Lakeview residents and businesses are protected during and after construction.”
  • Ald. James Cappleman (46) tweeted: “I’m of the generation where close to half my friends died from AIDS. I read the gay press to see who died that week. #RememberWorldAIDSDay
  • Ald. Ameya Pawar (47) will be sitting down for a chat with Pat Whalen tonight. 

  • Comm. John Fritchey (D-12) says he’s “working on a concept” to address homicides in the city. “I’m not sure it’s workable or would get buy-in but we at least need to discuss new ideas. #700Killed