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Mary O'Connor

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Ald. Napolitano's vote against a tax increase ripped as "personal politics" by mayoral spokesman.

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Committeemen, who are unpaid, slate candidates and work to ensure elections run smoothly.

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A similar proposal was dropped a year ago after the owner balked at restrictions required by officials.

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Both Ald. Nicholas Sposato and Ald. John Arena are unopposed in their bids for ward committeeman.

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Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41st) said Andrew DeVito would be "an asset" to all families in the ward.

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Tim Heneghan also served as Ebinger Elementary School's volunteer athletic director for seven years.

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There have been no shootings in Edison Park and Forest Glen since 2010. 

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Mary O'Connor, whose term as 41st Ward alderman ends Tuesday, said she is proud of her accomplishments.

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While the iconic drive-thru welcomed the dispensary, the proposal faces sketpical city officials.

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Ald.-elect Anthony Napolitano (41st) said his first conversations with Mayor Rahm Emanuel were awesome.

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City crews are replacing the 75-year-old sewer under Talcott Avenue as part of a $7.6 million project. 

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Ald. Mary O'Connor (41st) lost her bid for re-election to Chicago firefighter Anthony Napolitano.

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Chicago Blackhawks CEO John McDonough was born in Edison Park.

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Anthony Napolitano campaigned in the nonpartisan race as a Republican supported by unions.

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Pensions and O'Hare noise helped Anthony Napolitano deny Ald. Mary O'Connor a second term.