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May 6th Ward Meetings

Here is a partial listing of upcoming community meetings West Chesterfield Community Association Saturday May 5, 2012 10am West Chesterfield Community Fieldhouse 9351 S Michigan   Park Manor Neighbors Community Council Monday  May 7, 2012 6:30 to 8:30 pm St. Columbanus( Glass House) 317 E. 71st Chatham Avalon Park Community Council Monday May 14, 2012... Read more »

April 6th Ward Meetings

Here is a partial listing of upcoming community meetings West Chesterfield Community Association Saturday April 7, 2012 10am West Chesterfield Community Fieldhouse 9351 S Michigan   Park Manor Neighbors Community Council Monday  April 2, 2012 6:30 to 8:30 pm St. Columbanus( Glass House) 317 E. 71st Chatham Avalon Park Community Council Monday April 9, 2012... Read more »

Will We See The Return of Chatham-Avalon Park?

Will We See The Return of Chatham-Avalon Park?
Now that its been over 30 days and the city council still has no agreement on redistricting. The proposed reduction of the council from 50 to 25 members is gaining support. So if that would happen where would it leave Chatham and the 6th ward? The most logical choice would be to merge the 6th... Read more »
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2012-The Rise of Chatham

2012-The Rise of Chatham
It is no secret that 2010 and 2011 were two of the worst years the residents of the Chatham community have seen. What could go wrong did go wrong. The community lost Officer Thomas Wortham IV, Michael Bailey and Firefighter Corey Ankum. We saw the closing of two Chicago landmark restaurants, Izola’s and Army &... Read more »

Chicago Public Schools: The Lack of a Restorative Justice System Causes Kaos

Chicago Public Schools: The Lack of a Restorative Justice System Causes Kaos
Several weeks ago I wrote about the Chicago Public Schools visiting the Chatham community about Richard Milburn Alternative High School http://www.chicagonow.com/concerned-citizens-of-chatham/2011/10/capcc-to-cps-richard-milburn-alternative-high-school-must-go/. The high school is a “safe school” defined by Chicago Public Schools. The alternative high school moved from one of the Chicago Archdioces catholic schools at Holy Angels Catholic Church in the Bronzeville community... Read more »

Peace in the Park After Dark- This is OUR Park

This was the statement Deputy Chief of Police Eddie Johnson left with the campers at the 2nd annual Peace in the Park After Dark.   Peace in the Park After Dark started last year as a statement to the community that Cole Park was safe after the shooting of Officer Thomas Wortham IV. So a... Read more »
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