Tom Tunney said last week he was concerned about the CPD’s post-parade plans, said officers responded “amazingly well” to chaos
Ald. Tom Tunney calls for more police after woman, 72, shot in Lakeview
Did you miss the crime forum meeting? Recording can be found here.
From Ald. Tom Tunney:Continue reading “Ald. Tom Tunney: Lakeview Crime Forum Recording from January 6, 2022”
From Tom Tunney’s email blast on December 16th, 2021
From Tom Tunney’s email blast on December 16th, 2021:Continue reading “Ald. Tom Tunney’s response regarding recent surge of crime in Lakeview”
We reported this several months ago, and construction is now underway at 3300 N. Clark.
“The applicant is proposing a 7.5 story mixed used building that is designed in consideration of the city\’s Transit Oriented Development ordinance.
The building will include 140 rental units, 20 parking spaces and approximately 10,000 sf of ground floor commercial space which is designed to enliven both the Clark and School Street frontages. The residential entrance will be off of School Street and all loading and parking ingress/egress will be accessed off of the alley. The modernist design will feature solid masonry (brick) on all elevations.
The development team has agreed to secure 20 additional parking spaces within two blocks of the development and utilize the space under the CTA and adjacent to the property when it becomes available. Additionally, the alley to the west of the project, that abuts the property, will be upgraded in concrete as opposed to asphalt.”
Additional information can be found on Tom Tunney’s Website.