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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 30

    • Emanuel Introduces Ordinance to Establish Rules for Privatizing City Assets (Sun-Times)
    • Oak Parking Planning Neighborhood Greenway Network (Active Trans)
    • MPC's Skosey: New TOD Ordinance Would Mean More Residents & Revenue for Chicago (Crain's)
    • CNT's Kyle Smith: TOD Reform Could Keep Chicago From Losing 3rd-Largest City Status (Crain's)
    • Long Grove Man Charged With Fatal DUI Pleads Not Guilty to Additional Charges (Herald)
    • Libertyville Is Paying People to Buy Cars (Herald)
    • Rauner May Sign Bill to Allow Ticketing of Cars Illegally Parked in Electric Charging Spots (ABC)
    • Rookie Alderman Calls for Cracking Down on Noisy Car Sound Systems (Sun-Times)
    • After Debate Over Parking & Density, River North High Rise Gets Building Permit (Curbed)
    • Gas Station at North/Ashland May Be Replaced With 99-Room Hotel (Crain's)
    • Can New Lighting, Murals Along "Wabash Art Corridor" Boost Commerce? (Tribune)
    • Bike Lawyer: I Dislike Contra-Flow Lanes But Understand Why They're Important (RedEye)

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