City officials told aldermen Monday that repairing damage to Evanston's lakefront from storms and high water levels may costs millions of dollars, although some funding to cover part of the expense may be available from federal grants.
Evanston aldermen avoided voting on the substance of a death with dignity resolution Monday night by deciding the measure had been improperly advanced to the full City Council by its Human Services Committee.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of tonight's Evanston City Council meeting, at which aldermen were scheduled to vote on a death with dignity resolution and deal with a couple dozen other agenda items.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of this evening's Evanston City Council Administration and Public Works Committee meeting -- at which aldermen discussed stricter rules for shoveling sidewalks along with several other issues.
The head of the Evanston City Council's Reparations Subcommittee, Alderman Robin Rue Simmons, 5th Ward, has outlined a scheduled for the committee that calls for completing its work of devising a plan for implementing the reparations program by th
How zoning impedes affordable housing and whether rezoning could help provide reparations for past discrimination became a topic of discussion at Friday's meeting of the Evanston City Council's Reparations Subcommittee.