As aldermen debated Monday night how to respond to complaints that Evanston's street cleaning signs are unreadable, Alderman Ann Rainey said she'd come up with a solution -- temporary signs taped to trees by volunteers at the start of street-clean
Evanston aldermen Monday night deferred a move to seek new proposals from developers for the city parking lot on Chicago Avenue downtown after Design Evanston volunteered to conduct a charette aimed at developing "appropriate development solutions" for the property.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of tonight's Evanston City Council meeting. Several updates to city parking regulations and a contract to buy new Tallmadge street light poles are among the items on tonight's agenda.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of this evening's Evanston City Council Administration and Public Works Committee meeting, at which aldermen are expected to get an update from staff on recent changes to the city's parking programs.
Evanston aldermen will get a report tonight on the possibility of adding more street cleaning signs at mid-block locations on residential streets after complaints that the signs -- now posted at each end of the block -- are too hard to read.