|Where to Pick Up the RoundTable Paper|
The RoundTable, published in print every other week, can be picked up at more than 40 sites around Evanston.
|Schakowsky Statement on National Emergency Declaration|
“The President’s declaration of a national emergency on the southern border is not only a cruel political stunt, but also a clear violation of Congressional intent.
|Passing of Joe Levy|
The flag at the Levy Center, 300 Dodge Ave., will fly at half-staff until the funeral.
|District 65 Participates in Activities to Honor and Affirm Black Students|
This February, students, educators, and families across School District 65 participated in a series of activities and events as part of the district’s commitment to Black student success.
|Schakowsky Statement on Appropriations Agreement Averting Government Shutdown|
This is not the bill I wanted, nor one I like, but a yes vote was the best of three bad options.
|Evanston Man Charged with Criminal Sexual Assault|
The Cook County State's Attorney's office has approved a charge of criminal sexual assault against an Evanston man in connection with an incident involving a 17-year-old girl.
|Support for Howard Street Senior Development|
The entire project would be on the tax rolls and would add an estimated $65,000 to $70,000 annually, of which about 20% would be the City’s portion, staff reported.
Drawing shows proposed senior residence for 999 and 1015 Howard St. From packet presented to the City of Evanston by Evergreen Real Estate Group
Wednesday, February 6, 2019