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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 5

9:13 AM CDT on October 5, 2017

    • Emanuel Breaks Ground on "312 RiverRun Trail," Starting With the Riverview Bridge (DNA)
    • Mayor Claims Growth of Ride-Sharing Industry Has Cost Chicago $40M in Lost Tax Revenue (Sun-Times)
    • State Budget Stalemate Led to 32% Increase in Metra Labor Costs to Maintain Aging Equipment (Tribune)
    • Cullerton & Madigan Are Pushing for State Revenue to Fund Infrastructure for Obama Center (Sun-Times)
    • Obama Foundation Website Has a New Page With Updates on the Presidential Center Plans
    • Can We Retrofit the Suburbs to Make Them Walkable and Transit-Friendly? (MPC)
    • E. Lakeview Chamber: Broadway Merchants Lost $1.5M During Seeming Endless Water Main Work (DNA)
    • CDOT Will Replace "Doghouse" Covers on Old Oak/Michigan Underpasses With Concrete (Sun-Times)
    • Guitarist Skip Haynes, Who Wrote "Lake Shore Drive," Has Died, Wanted Ashes Spread Over LSD (DNA)
    • Touhy/Ridge/Rogers Ped Improvements Are Finally on the Way -- Public Meeting 1o/11 (DNA)

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