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News from past 90 days

LSNA Welcomes New Round of Parent Mentors

"Hundreds of new parents graduated on Thursday, June 6th from the Logan Square Neighborhood Association Parent Teacher Mentor Program at Carl Schurz High School. “After demonstrating the dedication and love that the parent mentors put into helping each student..."

Parent mentors celebrate graduation, program expansion: ‘Each day I know I accomplish something’

“I always wanted to do something that just made me proud, I wanted to leave at the end of the day knowing that I accomplished something, Each day being a parent mentor I know I’m accomplishing something, because I see it in the smiles of my students and my co-workers.”

57 Years at LSNA

Thank you to all who joined us at our 57th Annual Congress on May 21, 2019! It was wonderful to celebrate our accomplishments from the past year and look forward to a better future!

Hundreds Of Logan Square Residents Show Up To Fight For 100% Affordable Housing Complex As Opponents Try To Slow Down Process

Of the roughly 500 residents who attended, 350 voted "yes," 112 voted "no," 35 voted "yes, with conditions" and five votes were indecipherable.

Prior to Tonight’s Logan TOD Hearing, Supporters Make Their Final Case

"On the morning before tonight’s community input meeting for the proposed 100-unit, 100-percent affordable transit-oriented development for the Emmett Street parking lot next to the Logan Square Blue Line station, advocates held a press conference to...

As Logan Housing Costs Skyrocket, New 100 Percent Affordable Housing Complex ‘Extremely Important’ Step In Right Direction, Ald. Says

“I’ve been trying to get this done since 2016 and the Mayor’s office hasn’t helped until now,” the alderman  said, adding, “The mayor wants to see this done during the final month of his administration. … as part of his legacy.”