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8:56 AM CDT on September 25, 2015

    • Map Shows Where TOD Can Be Built Under the Ordinance That Passed Yesterday (Curbed)
    • Tribune Red Light Investigation Leads to Lawsuit Alleging Emanuel Violated FOIA Laws
    • Shocking! Daily Herald Opposes Proposed Chicago Congestion Tax for Suburbanites
    • City Council Legalizes Food Carts (DNA)
    • Waguespack Blasts Emanuel's Plan to Open Airports to Ride-Share Drivers (Sun-Times)
    • Riverwalk Expansion Work Requires Weekend Closure of Wells Bridge (Sun-Times)
    • Bar Association: We've Lobbied Against Counterproductive DUI Punishments
    • After Pressure From Residents, Developer Added 50% More Parking to Old Town Project (DNA)
    • 606 Observatory Reopens After 2 Months, Wall by Kennedy Is Growing Green (DNA)
    • Walk & Bike to School Day Is Wednesday, October 7 (Active Trans)
    • MPC Seeks Input on the Future of Local Waterways With 3 "Great Rivers Chicago" Open Houses
    • LIB's Illinois bike Summit Takes Place October 28 in Champaign

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