Are snowplows reaching the side streets? What kind of trash goes in the blue carts? Are alleys baited for rats? How do I deal with parkway trees? These are the kinds of questions Manny Gonzalez can address Jan. 8 when the Streets and Sanitation superintendent for the 1st Ward is the guest of the East Village Association. The next membership meeting is a week later than usual because of the New Year's holiday. The program starts at 7 p.m. at the Happy Village tavern , 1059 N. Wolcott. Eddie Ratwan of Damen & Augusta Food, 1001 N. Damen, is also on the agenda. The convenience store is seeking EVA consent in obtaining a liquor license to sell package goods.
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By John Scheer Eddie Ratwan of Damen & Augusta Food, 1001 N. Damen, is asking to speak at the Jan. 8 East Village Association meeting. The convenience store is seeking EVA consent in obtaining a liquor license to sell package goods. This article is designed to provide the background and description of restrictions for new liquor licenses in our neighborhood. This is informational only. The City of Chicago has provided a method of limiting the issuance of new liquor licenses in order to control the mix of businesses in any specific neighborhood. The limitation must clearly describe the location in two block increments, such as, on Chicago Avenue from Ashland Avenue to Wood Street. And it must specify the type of liquor license. In simple terms, there are two types of liquor licenses that could be restricted. One is termed "for consumption on premise" and can be more commonly considered a tavern license. The second is termed "package sales" and relates to convenie
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Name Boundaries Purpose Membership Officers Voting Board of Directors Committees and Activities ; The Frankie Machine Garden Newsletter General Meetings Budget and Finance Amendments History ARTICLE I. Name The name of the organization shall be the East Village Association (EVA), a non-profit organization chartered by the State of Illinois. ARTICLE II. Boundaries The area shall encompass that part of the city of Chicago, Illinois with boundaries as follows: North – Division Street (1200 North) South – Chicago Avenue (800 North) East – Milwaukee Avenue (800 – 1600 West) West – Damen Avenue (2000 West) ARTICLE III. Purpose The purpose of EVA shall be educational, social and civic. It is organized: To provide an opportunity for those who live in, work in, or identify with the social or business interests of the area, to work together for the common good of the community with a positive community spirit; To work for a cleaner, safer neighborhood; To assemble and dissem