Posts Tagged ‘ Ameya Pawar ’

Conversation on Senior Living at Old Town School

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December 2, 2012
Conversation on Senior Living at Old Town School

47th Ward Alderman, ForwardChicago.org and the Old Town School of Folk Music held a public conversation meeting Saturday morning about aging in the 47th Ward. Forward Chicago is a grassroots on-line and in-person membership-based community created organization in one of the most livable neighborhoods in the heart of Chicago’s northside, born of Alderman Ameya...
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Lincoln Square Tree Lighting at Giddings Plaza

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December 2, 2012
Lincoln Square Tree Lighting at Giddings Plaza

Continuing another local holiday tradition, neighbors gathered Saturday afternoon at the Giddings Plaza for the lighting the of the Christmas Tree. Dozens of neighborhood families attended. 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar had the honor of lighting the tree (plugging in the lights) and was joined by new Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce Executive...
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Part 5: Accountability

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October 21, 2012

A recent report indicated Pawar was missing 80 percent of committee meetings of City Council. Pawar defended himself in another online site saying he is concentrating on constituent services. Missing committee meetings is bad policy.
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Part 4: Pride and Subversion

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October 20, 2012

The 47th Ward was the last ward in the city to elect an acknowledged Republican as alderman. It should have a strong Republican Party. What we do know is that the 47th Ward Republican party named Democratic poll judges, did not make an effort to recruit candidates for election and did not participate in party building, according to...
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Another Step In Transforming Clark Park Today

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October 11, 2012

Dedication of a $5.2 million high school baseball diamond in Clark Park part of a $24.75 million tranformation of the once quiet park
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Children First Plan: No Plan For Children

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September 6, 2012

Chicago Public Schools announced more details of a plan to warehouse children during a strike by city teachers
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Pawar Presents Berteau Greenway

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August 16, 2012
Pawar Presents Berteau Greenway

At a public meeting Thursday evening in the Welles Park Gym, 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar presented the latest version of the Berteau Street "Greenway."  This Greenway will be the first of its kind in the City of Chicago and is expected to calm vehicular traffic on Berteau Street between Clark Street and Lincoln Avenue.  The purpose...
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Public Meeting About Potential Irving & Campbell Development

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July 19, 2012
Public Meeting About Potential Irving & Campbell Development

  The new West 47th Neighborhood Assoication and its spokesman, Mike Roberts, hosted a one hour public meeting open to area residents for 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar to answer questions concerning several development proposals for the former Illinois Battery property on the southeast corner of Irving Park Road and Campbell Thursday evening at the Revere Park Field...
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O’Connor, Pawar Predict Seamless Redistricting

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July 13, 2012
Aldermen Patrick O'Connor and Ameya Pawar address a citizens group.

Ald. Pawar and O'Connor predicted a seamless change for residents in an area being redistricted to Ward 40 from Ward 47. O'Connor said he wanted Lincoln Bend Chamber to extend to Lawrence, O'Connor said he felt it wasn't an alderman's place to intervene in failing schools. Pawar said a key decision had been made...
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Irving Park Apartment Development Stirs Neighbors

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July 12, 2012

A proposal to build an apartment complex with 75 units at 2437-53 W Irving Park Rd is meeting resistance among some residents in the East Horner Park neighborhood. Thursday evening unsigned flyers appeared in that neighborhood alerting residents of an effort to resist the proposal. The flyer says a $15 million affordable housing development...
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