I’m not sure how it happened, but it’s October already. The new newsletter is hot off the presses.
Our October meeting is Tuesday, October 15.
2936 N. SOUTHPORT
6:30 PM- Member socializing
7:00PM – Meeting begins
- State Rep- Ann Williams
- Cook County Commissioner Bridget Degnen
- Lakeview High School – Principal presentation
- 311 System – Modernization Plan
State Representative – Ann Williams
With a Democrat now in the Governor’s mansion and the legislative grid-lock opened up somewhat, but still no money, Ms. Williams has been busy in Springfield. She may talk on the some of the following topics:
Fair Tax Proposal
Capital Funding for Infrastructure and Schools
Clean and Renewable Energy
Data Privacy and Transparency
Cook County Commissioner – Bridget Degnen
Now with almost a year under her belt, Ms. Degnen has requested to appear before the SLN membership for an update on the Cook County Board operations. Ms. Degnan is currently the Vice Chair on the Rules Committee and the Environment and Sustainability Committee
Lakeview High School
Principal Paul “PJ” Karafiol will update us on the scholastics and activities at our neighborhood school Lakeview High School. Did you know that Lakeview won the CPS City Baseball Championship the last two years?
311 System – Modernization
Great News. The City is revamping the 311 system. The City has partnered with the William Everett Group to speak to and listen to residents and businesses about the changes. They have requested to appear at the October meeting. Bring it on.
At the September meeting…
New President Bob Blitstein welcomed everyone.
Alderman Scott Waguespack talked about the state of the ward and the state of the city. There’s a lot to that, so please check the detailed summary in the newsletter.
There was a vote on the proposal to redevelop the two lots at 1514-18 W. Diversey. The membership voted “no” by 32 to 24. Please check the detailed summary in the newsletter.
Burley School Principal, Ms. Catherine Plocher, updated us on the state of Burley.