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Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 10

9:26 AM CDT on September 10, 2021

    • Better Streets Chicago stages a human-protected bike lane demonstration in Logan Square (NBC)
    • O’Hare runway work will soon be finished after 16 years, which could reduce delays (Tribune)
    • Park District rolls out lakefront safety measures after conflict with residents over life rings (Block Club)
    • City should require vaccine proof for patrons of indoor venues, aldermen say (Sun-Times)
    • CDOT, Ald. Brookins celebrate repaving of State Street from 79th to 98th; 60 total miles planned
    • Trump gets a $300,000 tax break on Trump Tower after Fritz Kaegi slashes assessment (Sun-Times)
    • MPC hosts "Better//Together: Ingredients for an Equitable Recovery" event on 9/21

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