Chicago City Council Hearing On Rising Bank Fees On Poor People Monday, February 7th

Chicago 3rd Ward Alderman Pat Dowell introduced a City Council Resolution regarding the plans by Chase Bank and others to raise bank fees on account holders who can no longer maintain an account minimum of $500 which will hurt so many poor people and others on fixed incomes etc!!

Contact: Otis Monroe, CEO of The Monroe Foundation and Chair of The Community Reinvestment Organizing Project 773-315-9720

Monday, February 7, 2011
Chicago City Council Finance Committee on RISING BANK FEES ON POOR PEOPLE'S ACCOUNTS
City Council Chambers, 2nd Flr
121 North LaSalle Street


Meet in front of the Council Chambers at 9:15a.m.-Enter Council Chambers to be seated by 9:45a.m.


Otis Monroe
The Monroe Foundation
Patricia Abrams
The Renaissance Collaborative
Tom Feltner
Woodstock Institute
Harold Lucas
Bronzeville Visitor and Information Center

Hazel Domangue
Chase Customer
Cerelous Allen

Westside Ministers Coalition
South Austin Coalition
Black Metropolis Tourism and Convention Center
Center for Community Development Initiatives
Woodstock Institute
Nobel Neighbors
The Illinois Voter Restoration Project
Black Wallstreet Chicago
The Renaissance Collaborative
Bronzeville Chamber of Commerce
Ministers Conference of South Suburban Cook County
The Englewood Food Network
Greater Roseland/West Pullman Food Network
The Black Star Project

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