Eleven opponents of a proposed office building at 1714 Chicago Ave. turned out Wednesday night at an Evanston Plan Commission meeting to object to a zoning text amendment that might ease the project's path to approval.
"Shame on this Council," Evanston City Clerk Devon Reid shouted before walking out of the Council Chambers Tuesday night after aldermen voted 5-3 to designate three additional officials to share the work of handling Freedom of Information Act requests.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of tonight's Evanston City Council meeting. On the agenda is a special order of business to split the work of responding to Freedom of Information Act requests among four city staffers.
Evanston's Plan Commission Wednesday will consider a zoning text amendment suggested by Alderman Judy Fiske, 1st Ward, that would permit office uses in portions of some high-density residential districts downtown.