Wrecking crews were at the scene of a new 45-unit, 75-parking space development on Morse Avenue Monday.
Mayor says 150 workers were sent out to respond to 853 tree emergencies throughout the city.
Changes to the original plan were made, but the building still won't have retail space, officials said.
Free popcorn, family brew recipes and the smell of bread in the air could soon be the norm on Devon.
A recent incident involves a woman caught peeing in the lot asserting, "B–--- I pee where I want."
The City Council called on the Police Department to explain a backlog in processing rape evidence kits.
Of the building's eight stories, the first three would be a 75-car shared parking garage with Mayne.
In Rogers Park, parents and leaders at Gale Elementary said cutting the program would be "unacceptable."
Ald. Joe Moore expects the Chicago Housing Authority to explain an "unspent allocation" of funds.
Fagus, who ran the 49th Ward Democratic Party, died in December after suffering kidney failure.
The City Council created a $5.5 million fund for police torture reparations.
Ald. Joe Moore said three incidents, including the shooting of a teen, were gang-related.
Architect Marion Mahony Griffin, with her husband Walter, designed the Australian capitol a century ago.
Expect to pay $6 for a beer, $7 for wine and $7-$10 for food in the Millennium Park venue.
OK Auto Repair and Body Shop plans to renovate the building at 7340 N. Rogers Ave.
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