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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 29

    • ATA looks at 1st Ward Ald. Daniel LaSpata's efforts to improve sustainable transportation
    • CBS is proud to help thousands of speeding drivers get ticket refunds due to a minor sign error
    • 3 North Side public works projects are vying for $1.5M from city infra initiative (Block Club)
    • Union Station tower begins ascent as permits seek to increase floor count (Chicago YIMBY)
    • Gild development near Clark/Lake stop will include 89 units, 32 parking spots (Chicago YIMBY)
    • Updated renderings for mixed-use redevelopment near Davis stations in Evanston (Chicago YIMBY)
    • Olga Quiroga, Logan Square teacher who died from COVID, honored with street sign (Block Club)

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