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    • City Goes Public With Divvy for Everyone Plan: $5 Memberships for Low-Income Residents (Tribune)
    • Grimshaw: If the County Is Going to Raise Sales Tax for Pensions, Fund Transit as Well (Crains)
    • Local Politicians Urge Congress to Provide More Time & Money for Positive Train Control (Sun-Times)
    • IDOT Is Doing 27 Bridge Rehab Projects in the Region This Year (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Strikes 5-Year-Old Boy Crossing Street in Rolling Meadows, Causing Minor Injuries (Herald)
    • Revised Lakeview Whole Foods Plan Swaps 7 Parking Spots for a Nicer Facade (DNA)
    • TOD Building By the Paulina Brown Line Stop Has Been Permitted (Chicago Cityscape)
    • Legalize It! Ordinance Proposed That Would Legitimize Chicago's Food Carts (DNA)
    • $10 Unlimited Lollapalooza Metra Pass Is a Perry Smart Way to Get to the Festival (CBS)
    • Respect: Troopers Rescued Aretha Franklin After Her Bus Broke Down on the Ike (Tribune)

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