Here's a recpa of our live coverage of this evening's Evanston City Council meeting at which aldermen discussed making water rates more affordable for most by charging the biggest customers more and considered a resolution censuring the city clerk for allegedly harassing other city employees
Developer Paul Harb will return to the Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday night armed with letters of support from owners of neighboring apartment buildings for his plan to replace a two-family rental house at 2211 Maple Ave. with a five-story apartment building.
Evanston aldermen Monday are again scheduled to take action on resolutions that would limit the size of signs and how they are displayed at City Council meetings and that would also bar people from "phoning in" public comments.
Public Works Director Dave Stoneback will ask Evanston aldermen Monday to consider a new water rate scheme for next year that would reduce costs to most households, but dramatically increase fees to the city's largest water users.
About 40 people gathered at the Gibbs-Morrison Center Thursday evening to offer ideas for how city money might be spent on a "rehabilitative reparations" fund proposed by Alderman Robin Rue Simmons, 5th Ward.