From our friends at Lakeview Citizens’ Council

blvJoin the Lake View Citizens Council (LVCC) for a leisurely Sunday morning bike ride around Lake View. Get to know your neighbors while exploring our bicycle-friendly neighborhood. Stick around after this month’s ride for Sunday Play Spot, a pop-up plaza on Lincoln Avenue with free games and activities for all ages (http://www.sundayplayspot.com/).

Bike Lake View is a free hour-long neighborhood social ride geared toward all of our neighbors — bring your kids and your grandparents! For more information, contact Lee Crandell at crandell@gmail.com. Visit the LVCC website to get involved in your neighborhood.

What: Bike Lake View neighborhood bike ride
When: 10 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 14 (Second Sunday every month)
Where: Meet at Seminary & Waveland (Northwest corner of Wrigley Field)
Post-ride: Ending around 11:00 a.m. for social time at Dinkel’s Bakery (3329 N Lincoln), with Sunday Play Spot kicking off outside Dinkel’s at noon
Helmets are required and be sure to bring a lock so you can stick around after riding.
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We meet at a new location: ATHENAEUM THEATRE 2936 N. Southport

7:00 PM – Doors open
1 Free Drink for Each Attendee
7:30 PM – Meeting begins

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Alderman Scott Waguespack

Agenda

  1.  Short History of Anthenaeum Theatre
  2. Alderman Scott Waguespack

The Athenaeum

Anthenaeum Theatre – Jeff DeLong, Director of Marketing and Development will give a short presentation on the history and rehabbing of the Theatre.

Alderman Scott Waguespack – The State of the Ward

A member of the Progressive Caucus, set being a thorn in the side of Mayor Emmanuel’s lay down and vote City Council. The Alderman will give his annual report on the status of the Ward and the City.

Newsletter

What happened at the last meeting?  What restaurant did Joni review? Who are are new advertisers? It’s in the September Newsletter.

Burley SchoolThursday, August 14, 2014

Join Burley friends, families and neighbors this summer to enjoy delicious pizza and raise money for school programming. Once again, two generous local restaurants will donate pizza, salad and soft drinks so Burley can earn proceeds from ticket sales.

Read more and purchase tickets here.

From our friends at the Lakeview Citizens Council

Dear Neighbors,

The Chicago Cubs are proposing new revisions to the 2013 Planned Development and Landmark Commission approvals.  The proposal includes the installation of five new outfield signs, new bleacher seats, new outfield lights, and a second electronic scoreboard.

A community meeting will be held to discuss these revisions on Monday, July 7 at 6:30 pm at the 19th District Police Station, 850 W. Addison.

The Cubs renderings can be seen here.  Details are still being added.

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks will meet on July 10 and may consider these requests at that meeting.

Lake View Citizens’ Council