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Transition Rogers Park

Transition Rogers Park Chicago held its first visioning session on June 20, 2009. The ideas generated through interactive, participatory exercises will seed working groups in the areas of community, food, reskilling, transportation and local commerce as "Rogers Parkers" work to build a community that is resilient to the challenges ahead, including climate change, peak oil and the economy. It's a start, and there's more to come. Visit http://www.transitionrogerspark.org to learn more.
Posted on September 17, 2009

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl

RogersEdge Dinner Crawl The first annual RogersEdge Dinner Crawl is jointly hosted by Loyola University Chicago, Rogers Park Business Alliance (formally DevCorp North) and the Edgewater community.
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Posted on September 15, 2009

Alderman Moore’s City Council Report

Dear Neighbor, As the summer season comes to an end, I want to update you on July's City Council meeting, which was the last City Council meeting before the annual August break. For the first time in many months, the City Council did not consider any controversial legislation.
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Posted on September 08, 2009

The Last 4 Miles: Symposium at Loyola

The Last 4 Miles: A proposal by Friends of the Parks to Complete Chicago’s Lakefront Park System Symposium: Thursday, SEP 10│5:30-7:30 PM AUG 21 – SEP 27│Crown Center Gallery
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Posted on September 03, 2009

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win

The Olympics 2016 - Why we should win Sandy Goldman writes about events in Rogers Park (an exciting neighborhood on the far north side of Chicago), the country and the world. He is the former opinion columnist and founding editor of RP 2000 (published by the Rogers Park Community Council). Known for his inquisitive, analytical and satirical style, he provides a thoughtful look at life. Sandy is longtime community activist and a Rogers Park resident since 1958. Read why Sandy thinks Chicago should host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
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Posted on August 26, 2009

Commissioner Larry Suffredin seeking re-election, not running for board president

Suffredin not running for cook county board
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Posted on August 18, 2009

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