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The 45th and 36th ward offices both revealed how their constituents chose to spend $1 million.

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Latinos were 29.7 percent of 2016 city population, but hold only 15 percent to 17 percent of its jobs. 

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Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) is asking constituents to vote on how they want the ward's money spent.

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Possible infrastructure projects include sidewalk bump-outs, flower pots and "decorative trash cans."

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Two City Council groups criticized the voucherlike program, as did state Rep. Will Guzzardi.

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Chicago students will no longer treated as "second-class citizens," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

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But the mayor left the door open to removing the Balbo monument near Soldier Field.

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More than 200 people marched around the perimeter of the park holding signs and candles on Wednesday.

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Ald. Gilbert Villegas' proposal also would let police break into a car to rescue the animal.

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As part of the citywide "Year of Public Art" initiative, each ward will see its own public installation.

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The three-story building would house 66 residents and include 31 parking spaces.

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Anthem Memory Care offers housing and support services for people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.

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The new facility will include a turf football and soccer field, two baseball fields and a running track.

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Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) will hold a series of public assemblies to generate ideas next week.

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Aldermen Nicholas Sposato (38th) and Gilbert Villegas (36th) will host teachers at Bije's Grill and Bar.