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January 2012

Spotlight - Alpha Adjusting

Spotlight - Alpha Adjusting Alpha Adjusting Company is a licensed and credentialed public adjusting firm located in Chicago and available for nationwide claim services. In just the past seven years we've handled more than SEVENTY MILLION DOLLARS of adjustments and settlements on Real Property (both business and personal), Business Interruption, and Loss of Earnings claims. Our case work has extended into 13 states across the country. Find out more about Alpha Adjusting here.
posted by Charlie on January 23, 2012
in News -Business -

2012 Adopt the Public Way Garden Grant -  APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

2012 Adopt the Public Way  Garden Grant -  APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Under the cover of today's snow are summer's plants, getting ready to send up their pale shoots. Gardeners like to think about such things and dream of spreading flowers and shrubs in every parkway, traffic circle and park. If this is you, the Rogers Park Garden Group (RPGG) wants to help. Grants of up to $500 for plant material, soil amendments, and mulch are available to anyone who is creating, restoring, or enhancing a garden located in the public way. The grants program is called, "Adopt the Public Way." Anyone is eligible, but the garden must be in Rogers Park, east of Ridge and north of Devon. Grants are also available for anyone running a youth program that wants to add gardening to the activities; and for the youth projects, the gardens don't have to be in the public way.
posted by Charlie on January 23, 2012
in Arts & Culture -Home & Garden -

Alderman Moore’s Statement on the Proposed Parade and Public Assembly Ordinance

Remarks of Alderman Joe Moore Regarding the Parade and Public Assembly Ordinance January 17, 2012 The right to protest and petition our government for a redress of grievances is the foundation of our democracy and our most cherished freedom. I can think of no neighborhood in our nation where that freedom is more treasured, and practiced more frequently, than the 49th Ward of Chicago. That is why the proposal to increase the fines for resisting arrest and the proposed changes to the City of Chicago's parade and public assembly ordinances are of such concern to me and many of my 49th Ward constituents.
posted by Charlie on January 19, 2012
in News -Government -

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