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New Curfew for Kids Under 17

The City Council recently amended the City’s curfew ordnance to match the City of Chicago’s ordinance. The new law is more stringent than the previous one, cutting an hour of evening free time from the ordinance and raising the minimum age for a person accompanying a minor after the curfew. Under the new ordinance, minors […]

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The Exodus Continues …

A lifelong Evanstonian, James Wolinski will conclude his 31-year career with the City, including 19 years spent as community development director, at the end of May. “To be the community development director in the City I was born in is fantastic,” Mr. Wolinski told the RoundTable. In charge of building development, planning, property standards and […]

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City Manager Resigns

City Manager Julia Carroll tendered her resignation on April 28 in an executive session after the regular City Council meeting. In a letter to Council members she cited health reasons for her departure, effective June 27. Ms. Caroll came to Evanston in January 2005 from Naperville, where she served as assistant city manager. Visit evanstonroundtable.com […]