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April 2011

Power-plant emissions bill dead, but not for long

Power-plant emissions bill dead, but not for long A proposal for Chicago to regulate exhaust from coal-fired power plants may be dying. But the bill’s sponsor, Ald. Joe Moore, 49th Ward, says it will come back to life soon. Moore’s legislation is stuck in a joint City Council committee chaired by Ald. Virginia Rugai, 19th, and James Balcer, 11th — close allies of Mayor Richard M. Daley, who oppose the bill. But Moore says he will introduce a similar version after Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel takes office next month and a new City Council convenes. Get the whole story>>
posted by Charlie on April 22, 2011
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I Am Chicago - Rogers Park/Edgewater edition.

I Am Chicago - Rogers Park/Edgewater edition. We set up a portable, natural-light studio on Chicago’s neighborhood corners. We spend a day there documenting the characters of the city by inviting all who pass by to step into our studio. We take full-body portraits of them to record the exact way they have presented themselves to the streets on that given day, brown paper bags and all. Some strut, some smile, some grill, some glare, some frown... To encourage participation we offer everybody a professional 8x11.5 inch print of their studio portrait, made on the spot. Our goal is to set up our studio on 30 of Chicago’s corners. The purpose of ‘I am Chicago’ is to collect material for an exhibit, a book of photographs, and a film. Go to "I Am Chicago" Website>>
posted by Charlie on April 21, 2011
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Illinois 14th District State Representative Appointed to Fill Vacancy, After Harry Osterman Resigns

By Kurt Fujio for rogerspark.com As the recalcitrant spring weather in Chicago remained cold, rainy, and gloomy, the Democrat committee meeting scheduled to begin at 1:30pm on Saturday afternoon at Regis Hall (Loyola University, 6340 N. Winthrop) started twenty minutes late, after people had ample opportunity for friendly casual conversation in the lobby and slowly made their way into the meeting.
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posted by Charlie on April 19, 2011
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