NewsWhats happening in the 17th ward, City of Chicago and with Alderman David Moore.
There are not an abundance of restaurants in the 17th Ward—either sit down or fast food—which is what prompted Tri City Foods, the second largest Burger King franchisee in the country, to open a new restaurant at 1606 W. 76th St. The ribbon cutting took place last...read more
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and aldermen offered a property tax rebate program last year to try to ease the financial pain of their record tax increase, but it failed to gain traction, leaving the mayor with millions to spend on other programs of his choosing. On Wednesday,...read more
Alderman David Moore invites you to a quarterly community meeting. With Special guest Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx and Police superintendent Eddie Johnson.read more
The Chicago Bilingual Landlord Association (CBLA) provides a network of education and services to landlords. We provide education for small landlords to better manage their properties and communicate with their tenants. Many small landlords rely on their rental...read more
“What’s important is not only young men and women who do not have legal protection. That’s why they’re sitting in Cook County Jail, and we’re wasting taxpayers’ money. But, if we have money left over, CeaseFire within all our communities was cut. It’s very important...read more
The Department of Streets and Sanitation reminds motorists that the Chicago winter overnight parking ban goes into effect on Thursday, December 1, 2016, and runs through April 1, 2017. The parking ban will be enforced during the hours of 3 a.m. to 7 a.m., and impacts 107 miles of critical main streets throughout the city.read more
“People like to see people who look like them. And they feel comfortable with people who look like them,” said Chicago Alderman David Moore, who lives in West Englewood. Moore noted that two-thirds of city residents are black or Latino but that most of the homicide detectives are white.
“Until we increase the number of African-American detectives, this is going to continue to be an issue,” Moore said.
The application period closes on January, 31 2017. An important step in our effort to ensure that the most talented men and women are entering the Chicago Police Department as Police Officers is to get the word out to all areas of the City. Joining the Chicago Police...read more
To combat long-running scams that target customers, ComEd is joining forces with other Illinois utilities – ComEd, Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas – as well as dozens of natural gas and electric utilities across the United States and Canada, including other...read more
Popular artist and anti-violence advocate Michael Paul Anderson gunned down outside his Marquette Park home
Michael Paul Anderson was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and a popular local artists in the Marquette Park community where he lived. But on Wednesday, he became yet another victim of Chicago street violence. The 59-year was shot to death early Wednesday during a...read more
In the Mayor’s proposed Fiscal Year 2017 budget, projected resources available to the City of Chicago are projected to increase by $226.88 million, or 4.7%, from the updated projections for Fiscal Year 2016, for a total amount available of $5,077 million. This...read more