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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 12

10:26 AM CDT on September 12, 2019

    • How do we keep NIMBYs from killing good projects like the Dickens Greenway (Active Trans)
    • In an effort to protect Lakefront Trail, beaches from high water, CDOT installing Jersey walls (Curbed)
    • Judge says lawsuit to block Lincoln Yards may not pass legal muster (Block Club)
    • Lori gets scrapyard near Lincoln Yards site to leave the North Side by 2020 (Tribune)
    • Man charged with criminal sexual assault for attack at Pulaski Pink Line station (Sun-Times)
    • Driver crashes into a building at Washington/Elizabeth in West Loop, occupants flee (Sun-Times)
    • Drawings by late musician Wesley Willis, featuring cityscapes, transportation, showing at gallery (Block Club)

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