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After a Mount Greenwood apartment building owner began to evict current tenants in favor of CHA program participants, residents and Ald. Matt O'Shea moved to block the effort.
Government, Police & Fire
The city has added more workers to graffiti removal crews, but the number of graffiti reports in the 19th Ward remains relatively low.
The Illinois House Thursday approved a controversial plan to eliminate the state's $100 billion pension debt.
Eighth graders from all the 19th Ward's elementary schools gathered together to meet their legislators, engage in a debate and meet other neighborhood future leaders.
The passed the State House last week and is now headed to the Senate.
After increasingly disruptive gang funerals, local elected officials have worked together to give law enforcement more power over processions.
Officer Mark Pickert, whose actions saved the life of a fellow officer, was honored by the Chicago City Council for his work with the Gang Enforcement Team.
Garbage collection in the 19th Ward will be greatly simplified come April 15. Compare the old way of doing things with the new.
For many residents of Beverly, Mt. Greenwood and Morgan Park the new pickup approach will mean a change to your collection day.
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