|Refugees Find a Home in Evanston|
A look at the lives of refugees who have found a home - and haven - in Evanston
|Lyons to Become Aurora CFO|
Assistant City Manager/City Chief Financial Officer Martin Lyons has been appointed Chief Financial Officer and City Treasurer in the City of Aurora. The Aurora City Council confirmed the appointment last night, Nov. 14.
|Northwestern Students, Meals at Home Address Food Insecurity in Evanston|
The Evanston Public Library has partnered with Meals at Home, a meal delivery service that supports the homebound, the elderly, the disabled, and others unable to care for their nutritional needs, to present a series of events addressing the issue of food insecurity in Evanston.
|Lease of Harley Clarke to Nonprofit Group in the Works|
The Harley Clarke debate took a step forward on Nov.13, as City Council voted to direct staff to prepare a 40-year lease for the Evanston Lakehouse and Garden (ELHG) group. Under the lease, the mansion would be used for environmental, arts, and other programming.
|Split Council Votes To Settle Robinson Lawsuit|
A divided Evanston City Council voted 6-3 on Nov. 13 to approve a settlement of a lawsuit filed by former Director of Public Works Suzette Robinson in which the City, City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz, Corporation Counsel Grant Farrar, and Human Resources Director Jennifer Lin were initially named as defendants.
|Looking for Resolution About the Future of Family Focus Programs and Building|
Fears and rumors about the possible sale of the Weissbourd-Holmes Family Focus building collided at a Nov. 7 meeting about the future of the building, located at 2010 Dewey Ave.
|Narrow 5-4 Vote Greenlights 15-Story Albion Development|
In the face of an angry, rowdy, unruly crowd, Evanston City Council voted to approve a planned development at 1450-1508 Sherman Ave.
Proposed Albion 273-unit building.
Rendering from City of Evanston
Wednesday, November 15, 2017