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    • Tribune: Housing Funds Have Mostly Been Steered Away From Gentrifying Neighborhoods
    • Emanuel Proposes Subsidized Loans for Multiunit Buildings With 20% Affordable Units (WBEZ)
    • Remembering Diana Lampsa, 66, Killed Wednesday by Driver Fleeing Police (Tribune)
    • Flooding Halts CTA Yellow Line Trains (CBS)
    • Mundelein Gets Ready for $90K Storage Units Called "Garage Condominiums" (Tribune)
    • How Businesses Benefit When Employees Bike to Work (Active Trans)
    • Curbed Checks Out the Mellow Chicago Bike Map
    • How to Explore NW Indiana Breweries by Bike and Train (Chicago Reader)
    • Upcoming Bike Events in Albany Park, Logan Square, Bronzeville, and Riverdale (Active Trans)
    • Bike Tour of "Chicago's Fabulous Fountains" With Author Greg Borzo on 8/12 at History Museum

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