Mr. Brown, in his email to supporters, said that allegations brought by the City in the case involve use of a City credit card to pay for parking tickets issued to City of Evanston vehicles or staff vehicles displaying a City of Evanston business placard in the City of Evanston Civic Center lot, 2100 N. Ridge Ave.
City's Arborists Help Keep Evanston Green Both Mr. D’Agostino and Mr. Callahan see their work as part of an essential partnership with the City and its residents. Says Mr. Callahan, “We are supported by the value and trust people have in us to protect and maintain the urban forest around us.”
Free Sunday Parking Could Return in FY20 City Council members appear closer to placing an expiration date on Sunday parking enforcement, a measure they adopted last year to address the $7 million shortfall in the 2019 budget.
In her senior year at Fordham University, Kathleen Galvin was told where to apply to graduate school. The two professors in Fordham’s Department of Speech asked their top students to apply to various schools across the country, “so they could see how good their department was,” she told the RoundTable. She wandered into the office one...
She began with a portrait of her house. “I thought it would be fun to have the front of the house on the garage,” she says. In a palette more vivid than authentic, she painted a fairy-tale dwelling – pink trees framing a cozy home, its windows aglow, set against a star-spangled sky.
At dusk, the mammals classified as “hand-wings” fly from the darkness of their daytime roost – a cave, an abandoned building or perhaps a hole in a tree – using echolocation to navigate through the rich night air. They are bats, of the order chiroptera, from the Greek words for hand (chir) and wing (pteros).