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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 28

    • Panel Discussion Tackled the Question: How Do We Make TOD Inclusive? (CNT)
    • Neighbors Want to Remove the Only Divvy Station by 606 So They Can Have More Parking (DNA)
    • Jeff Park Neighborhood Association Election Is a Choice Between Urbanism and Suburbanism (DNA)
    • IDOT Is Holding 17 Public Meetings on Its Multi-Year Plan -- Only 1 Will Be in Chicago
    • Cyclist Dies From Injuries a Week After Crash at Stony Island & South Chicago (Sun-Times)
    • Man Dies of Injuries Suffered 3 Weeks Earlier in Ravenswood Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Family of Man Killed in Niles Crash Urges Hit-and-Run Driver to Step Forward (Tribune)
    • 1 Injured After Driver Veers Into Path of CTA Bus (Tribune)
    • Open House Tomorrow to Discuss Potential Removal of 4 Bucktown Red Light Cams (DNA)
    • Letter: MPC Lauds the Passage of the TOD Reform Ordinance (Sun-Times)
    • Developer Plans to Replace Parking Lot at 171 N. Wabash With 60-Unit Building (CRED)
    • Signs of Change Wants to Streamline Chicago's Byzantine Sign Permit Process (DNA)

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