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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 9

    • After Community Pressure, Obama Foundation Agrees to Move OPC Garage Off Midway (Reader)
    • Redevelopment of Morton Salt Site on Elston Will Include New Riverwalk Section (Tribune)
    • 2 Children Ejected From Car, 1 Killed After Crash in Canaryville (NBC)
    • City College Headquarters at 226 W. Jackson Will Be Converted to Apartments (Tribune)
    • TOD Planned for 3300 N. Clark Loses Density, Adds Parking (Curbed)
    • John Discusses Why Chicago Avenue Needs Bus Lanes More Than Bike Lanes (Sun-Times)
    • Lynda Lopez Discusses Gentrification With WBEZ's Natalie Moore on "Chicago Tonight" Today at 7 PM
    • Hearing on Proposed Development Near North/Clybourn Station This Thursday (Curbed)

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