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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 10

10:09 AM CDT on September 10, 2019

    • Lincoln Yards opponents sue to stop $1.3B TIF subsidy (Block Club)
    • 60-unit affordable housing building planned near California Pink stop in Little Village (Block Club)
    • INRIX study argues that Chicago is one of the city's that stands to gain the most from scooter use (Curbed)
    • Man arrested after stabbing another man and cutting an officer at the Loyola Red Line stop (Tribune)
    • In an era when housing is replacing gas stations, Albany Park is getting a new gas station (Block Club)
    • CTA employees participate in "The Track to Learning" school supply giveaway (Chicago Defender)
    • BUILD Uniting Communities for Peace ride 9/21, 5100 W. Harrison, meets 9 AM, departs 10 AM

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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