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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 2

    • Aldermen oppose lowering speed cam threshold, Reilly calls for 20 mph in CBD (Block Club)
    • Ald. Michele Smith implies that street lighting versus VZ is a zero-sum game (Alex Nitkin)
    • CTA giving away masks in travel healthy kits Monday morning; Here’s how to get one (CBS)
    • 3 injured when SUV driver crashes into CTA bus in West Englewood (CBS)
    • Images released of suspects from last week's robbery at Cermak Red station (NBC)
    • Arrests made for paintball attacks around city, including on CTA bus driver (ABC)
    • $355M federal grant issued to build 8-mile SSL line extension from Hammond to Dyer (NWI)
    • Developer breaks ground on 40 units of affordable housing in Auburn Gresham (Block Club)
    • Apartments with affordable, accessible units planned near Irving Brown stop (Block Club)
    • New @CACWatchList Twitter account tracks local design, planning and development

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