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Today’s Headlines for Friday, February 18

    • Voters should decide on Chicago’s new ward map, Latino Caucus and independent group say (Block Club)
    • $1.4 million settlement approved for mother of 13-month-old Dillon Harris, killed during police chase (Block Club)
    • After 2nd shooting outside The Point, Wicker Park merchants push for more policing of Milwaukee Ave. (Block Club)
    • Aurora City Council set to vote on contract for replacing pedestrian bridge over McCoy Drive (Tribune)
    • City previews 1st Phase Of Woodlawn affordable housing, but activists press to speed up timeline (Block Club)
    • Parking at development at 360 N. Green, near Grand Blue stop, cut from 256 car spaces to 90 spots (YIMBY)
    • Demo of shopping plaza at 4501 N. Sheridan, near Wilson stop, for 55-unit mixed-use building wraps up (YIMBY)

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