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    • 6 Other Alderman Back Up Arena's Affordable Housing Plan by Vowing to Add Units (Tribune)
    • MPC Looks at the Issue of Housing Segregation in a 3-Part Series 
    • Driver Fatally Struck Pedestrian on Orchard Road in Aurora (ABC)
    • Police: Man Charged in Fatal Hit-and-Run Texted Photos of His Car Shortly Afterward (Tribune)
    • ABC Checks Out the Blackstone Bikes Youth Education Program in Woodlawn
    • A Preview of Summer Metra Projects (WGN)
    • Detour From Diversey to North for Lakefront Trail Separation Starts Today (Park District)
    • In Praise of Chicago's Grid: An Aerial View (Curbed)

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