This is vintage Mayor Daley -- adding his own plans to the plans already proposed by underlings and others.
Daley offers new police patrols at schools, CTA stops
Mayor Richard Daley today
unveiled some new anti-youth violence proposals and reintroduced some
old ones in the wake of a fatal beating of a Fenger High School student
says he'll increase police presence at schools during dismissal and is
pledging $1 million from the city's parking meter lease for youth jobs. Meanwhile, police superintendent Jody Weis says the number of child killings is down significantly from last year.
We can't give up on the kids Sun Times (Mark Brown)
"Well, we have to work with parents," Duncan answered. "But at the
end of the day, we have to save our children. And if we have parents
who can help, we want to support them. . . . But at the end of the day,
we need to save our children. And our children are asking for help."
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