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Teamwork Englewood’s Grant Will Take Some Safe Passage Workers From The Streets To Inside The ClassroomTeamwork Englewood’s Grant Will Take Some Safe Passage Workers From The Streets To Inside The Classroom

Youth, Safety, Parent Engagement, News, Affordable Housing, Education—Teamwork Englewood won a $50,000 grant from the Illinois Parent Mentoring Program, administered by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association , according to Rosalind Moore, director of programs for… Continue

How One Alderman Is Working to Demystify RedevelopmentHow One Alderman Is Working to Demystify Redevelopment

Education, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Affordable Housing, News, Lathrop—The signage indicating zoning changes is notoriously impenetrable. In Logan Square, Carlos Ramirez-Rosa is rolling out new rules.

Comunidad se reúne para buscar soluciones al desplazamiento urbano en un barrio de ChicagoComunidad se reúne para buscar soluciones al desplazamiento urbano en un barrio de Chicago

Youth, 606 Bloomingdale Trail, Affordable Housing, News, Lathrop—"Este jueves una iglesia abrió sus puertas para residentes y varias organizaciones que discutieron sobre este fenómeno en Logan Square..."

New Wave of Parent Mentors Graduate ProgramNew Wave of Parent Mentors Graduate Program

Parent Engagement, Education, News—"A new wave of extraordinary parents graduated from one of the city’s fastest growing programs, Parent Mentor on Friday, June 8th at Back of the Yards High School. Originally developed by the… Continue

Lawsuit targets Berrios over biased residential assessments in Cook CountyLawsuit targets Berrios over biased residential assessments in Cook County

Lathrop, Affordable Housing, News, Newsletters—Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios appears before the county board to answer questions raised by a Tribune investigation of property tax rates on July 18, 2017. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)