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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 18

    • Judge Rules City Can Evict Uptown Tent Cities for Viaduct Rehab, Sidewalk Bikes Lanes (Tribune)
    • Central Streetscape Has Begun, Including Bumpouts at Site Where Noah Katz, 2, Was Killed (DNA)
    • Walsh Construction Wins Contract for $25.9M Garfield Green Rehab Project (DNA)
    • Metra Riders Discuss the Proposed Fare Hike (Chicago Tribune)
    • Jefferson Park Anti-Urbanists Tried to Thwart Jeff Park Forward's PARK(ing) Day Celebration (DNA)
    • State Comptroller Susana Mendoza Films John "Quarters" Boyle Allegedly Trying to Flee a Crash
    • Open Thread: What Are the Most Pedestrian- and Bike-Friendly Nighborhoods in Chicago (Curbed)
    • A Rundown of Homes for Sale Along the Red Line (Curbed)
    • Rapper From Duo Disguised as Heroes Discusses His Day Job as a Ride-Share Driver (DNA)
    • Shared Mobility Open House on the Future of Bike-Sharing 9/27, 5:30 at 125 S. Clark
    • West Town Bikes Holds Their Bikecitement Night Fundraiser 11/14 6-8 PM at Revolution Brewing

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