Noble has shown an interest to open a high school in the neighborhood, Ald. Joe Moore (49th) said.
For five years, free museum days would only be cut for adults.
Chicago would become the first U.S. city to pay reparations for police violence.
Early voting for the projects begin April 18.
3 Corners Development will soon begin building three apartment buildings east of Clark Street.
Ald. Moore backed the planned hotel as the proposal went before the Zoning Board of Appeals Friday.
Ald. Joe Moore's 49th Ward office said construction should begin soon.
Moore talked to DNAinfo Chicago about the neighborhood's future, and his support for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The city and state set aside $250,000 for the project, which business owners really want to go forward.
The mall was sold to a Pritzker company for $3.08 million earlier this month, records show.
The city plans to overhaul the intersection to make it safer for motorists and pedestrians.
The long-time incumbent defeated challenger Don Gordon.
Ald. Joe Moore and Ald. Debra Silverstein hope to retain their seats on the City Council.
Three less-controversial referendums are on the citywide ballot.
Ald. Tom Tunney blamed "expensive real estate and expensive cars."
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