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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, August 12

    • Emanuel Says He's Got a Plan for Providing Affordable Housing Near the 606 (RedEye)
    • Active Trans: Transit Future Could Fund a Rail Line Between O'Hare and Midway
    • City Commission Rejects Plan For Jeff Park Development Just Outside TOD Zone (DNA)
    • Donor Offers $1 Million Challenge Grant to Help Fund Big Marsh Bike Park (Chainlink)
    • Rock Island Line Riders Will Face 10 Weeks of Delays Due to Track Repairs (Tribune)
    • New East Lakeview Whole Foods Approved, Despite Traffic Concerns From Neighbors (DNA)
    • Although State Lifted Ban on Happy Hours, Naperville Is Keeping It for Now (Herald)
    • Studio Gang-Designed Boathouse Is Coming to Bridgeport (Curbed)
    • The Geographic Borders of Chicago Neighborhoods Are a Matter of Opinion (DNA)
    • Got Stiff Knees From Bike Commuting? Try Yoga for Cyclists (Tribune)

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