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    • Emanuel Will Unveil "Building on Burnham" Parks and Open Space Plan Today (DNA)
    • The Plan Includes 5 New Artist-Designed "Gathering Spots" Along the Lakefront (DNA)
    • Emanuel Discusses Proposals for the Paseo Trail, Widening the Lakefront Trail (WBEZ)
    • Chris Courtney: Why the Paseo Will Be a Completely Different Animal Than The 606
    • Hit-and-Run Crash in Dunning That Injured 2 Girls Prompts Safety Study Near School (DNA)
    • Kamin Critiques City's Plan to Let Developers Pay for More Density (Tribune)
    • Phase II of N. Branch Trail Extension Delayed After Construction Bids Come in Too High (DNA)
    • McPier Suing Uber & Lyft, Claims Companies Aren't Paying $4 Tax for Airport Pickups (Crain's)
    • Dutch Company Credits Chicago's Transit Ridership With Preventing Gridlock (Tribune)

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