|Guest Essay: D65 Stands Against Racism and Hate|
In the past weeks and months, you may have heard reports about hateful, racist, and sometimes violent language used by some students in District 65.
|Evanston Children's Choir Holiday Concert Dec. 16|
The community is invited to join Directors Gary Geiger, Sarah Bartolome and Bryan Johnson as they lead the entire Evanston Children’s Choir in its most popular concert of the year, celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa in typical ECC style.
|Council Opts Not to Accept City's Appeal of Preservation Commission Decision|
The Harley Clarke seesaw has become a merry-go-round.
|James Park Environmental Litigation Fees Near $6.5 Million|
To date, the City has incurred just under $6.5 million in attorneys’ fees and expenses in connection with the James Park litigation. In this year alone, it has incurred attorneys’ fees and expenses in the amount of almost $3.7 million.
|City Likely to Sell Recycling Center|
The new use of the City’s recycling center could have people climbing the walls. On Dec. 10, aldermen voted to introduce for discussion an ordinance that would authorize the City Manager to negotiate the sale of the former recycling center, 2222 Oakton St., to Clark Street Real Estate LLC. Clark Real Estate has proposed a selling price of $1 million.
|Police Chief Richard Eddington's Rear-View Mirror|
After 44 years in law enforcement, the last 11 as Chief of the Evanston Police Department, Richard Eddington is retiring.
|Demitrous Cook Appointed Evanston Police Chief|
At a press conference held on Dec. 11, City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz announced the appointment of Demitrous Cook as Evanston police chief. At a press conference held on Dec. 11, City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz announced the appointment of Demitrous Cook as Evanston police chief.Now heading the Glenwood Police Department, Chief Cook previously served 26 years at the Evanston Police Department, including six years as Deputy Chief of Police.
|Demitrous Cook will become Evanston Police Chief on Jan. 2.|
Wednesday, December 12, 2018