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Lawsuit targets Berrios over biased residential assessments in Cook County
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)
How Can We Keep Neighborhood Investments From Causing Displacement?
“The 606 is a great amenity,” Linares said. He noted that, along with the Logan Square Neighborhood Association , LUCHA was a longtime advocate for building the trail. “So when we…
CPS Set To Hike Property Taxes $177 A Year On Most Homeowners
"Members of the Chicago Teachers Union and several community groups rallied Thursday at City Hall to tell members of the City Council's Finance Committee that despite the looming tax hike, schools…
12 More Ways To Help Hurricane Victims In Puerto Rico, Mexico
"Locals haven't stopped raising money for disaster victims in Puerto Rico and Mexico as relief efforts continue..."
Youth Rally Blocks The 606 To Keep Anti-Gentrification Ordinance On Track
"Logan Square has always been my home. I went to grade school in Logan Square and all my memories are in Logan Square. I've seen Latinx people leave, and luxury developments pop up, and I've started…

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