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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 27

    • Lightfoot launches Chicago Works effort to repair crumbling city infrastructure (WTTW)
    • ATA: Unfortunately, Lightfoot's plan takes a "business-as-usual approach to transportation"
    • Illinois one of 3 states to lose population in last decade, loses Congressional seat (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-run driver killed male dirt bike rider, 27, at 83rd and Kimbark in Marynook (ABC)
    • Franklin Park progressing on Metra crossing ped safety upgrades, ‘Quiet Zone’ efforts (Tribune)
    • City: Wall to protect south lakefront from further erosion will be completed in 6 weeks (Block Club)
    • Private lot booting is now banned in the 1st Ward (Block Club)

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