Evanston's Human Services Committee opted Monday to give an ad hoc group of residents two more months to come up with suggestions for the structure of a committee intended develop revised policies for reviewing complaints against police.
Candidates running for two seats on the Oakton Community College Board of Trustees will attend a forum from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Monday March 6, in Room 1604, at the college’s Des Plaines campus, 1600 E. Golf Road.
A second community feedback meeting on how Evanston might best establish a citizen's working group to devise a new police complaint review process fell into acrimony this evening as speakers denounced a summary of feedback from the first meeting prepared by city staff.
It was a million dollar night—and then some. Last Friday's fundraiser for a new Robert Crown Center in Evanston, organizers say, exceeded all expectations by yielding over $1.2 million for a new ice rink, turf park and public library.