Showing posts from March, 2015

Chicago 2nd Ward runoff election forum video

There's a runoff election April 7. If you watch TV, you've might have heard about the mayor's race. But if you live in the 2nd Ward, mail carriers bring daily reminders about the aldermanic runoff. Candidates Alex Pattison and Brian Hopkins squared off March 24 at Columbus Elementary school, in a debate moderated by the Chicago Tribune's Hal Dardick and Greg Hinz of Crain's Chicago Business. Thanks to CAN TV for video of the event, and to principal Wendy Anne Oleksy, organizer Steve Niketopolous and EVA co-sponsors the Noble Square Home Owners Association, the Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Association and the Wicker Park Committee. Photos from the event are on the EVA Facebook page . If you haven't voted in the redrawn ward, look up your polling place .

Developer rehabs St. Boniface plan

St. Boniface Church and the John Hancock Center mark the Chestnut Street skyline west of Eckhart Park. East Village Association board minutes for March 9, 2015 submitted by Michael VanDam New board, committee appointments President Dan Johnson Vice President Catherine Garypie Secretary Michael VanDam Treasurer Kok Keng (KK) Goh Planning, Preservation & Development Brian Foote Website & Newsletter Stephen Rynkiewicz Gladys Alcazar-Anselmo Neal McKnight Greg Nagel Tom Tomek Bob Zwolinski 2nd Ward Aldermanic Debate East Village Association will co-sponsor a March 24 debate at Columbus Elementary School, 1003 N. Leavitt. The format will offer more leeway with questions and responses, because only the two runoff candidates will be participating. Board members discussed ways EVA could help increase voter turnout. Social Media Board members explored creating an East Village Facebook group in addition to the EVA Facebook page . While it lack

Chicago 2nd Ward runoff debate

2ND WARD RUNOFF CANDIDATES TO DEBATE MARCH 24 Candidates in the Chicago runoff election for 2nd Ward alderman will face off March 24 at Columbus Elementary School. 1003 N. Leavitt St. Crain’s Chicago Business political editor Greg Hinz and Chicago Tribune reporter Hal Dardick will moderate the forum. Candidates in the April 7 election are the top two vote-getters in the six-way Feb. 24 primary race Brian Hopkins - former aide to Cook County Commissioner John Daley. Alyx Pattison - lawyer, local school council representative , former aide to Rep. Jan Schakowsky. The format will allow open-ended questions with follow-up, as well as direct questions between the candidates. Propose questions for the panel at . The event is sponsored by the East Village Association, the Noble Square Home Owners Association, the Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Association and the Wicker Park Committee. Ward boundaries stretch from Lake Shore Drive to Oakley Bo

East Village Association officers 2015-2016

Another week, another election: East Village Association members will vote Monday, March 2, for the group's president, vice president, treasurer and secretary. There'll also be details on the runoff for 2nd Ward alderman. EVA will co-sponsor a debate between finalists Brian Hopkins and Alyx Pattison March 24 at Columbus School, 1003 N. Leavitt St. Crain's Chicago Business political editor Greg Hinz will moderate. The city runoff election is April 7.

Talcott preschool applications 2015-2016

By Sachin Master Wondering what the first or next step in your toddler’s education should be? Check out the preschool program at Talcott Fine Arts & Museum Academy . Learn more about the program and application process here . Talcott will host a special open house for families from 5 to 6pm on March 17 at the school, 1840 W. Ohio St. To attend, email your name, preferred email and phone number. CPS Ready to Learn representatives will be on hand to take applications from 8 to 11am March 31. The preschool program is not attendance boundaries and is open to anyone in the EVA community.
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