"From Deb Mell's 33rd ward newsletter:
UPDATE: Tree Removal at River Park
This week, USACE contractors began placing stone on the west bank of the river and grading and removing the standing trees on the east bank for placement into the slope…"
"A reply to a similar question on NextDoor:
Tree Removals at River Park
Tree removals began November 19 along the North Branch Chicago River's east shoreline of through River Park from Argyle St to Foster Ave. This is part of the larger River…"
You can make your complaint here - include the time, bus number, location and any other identifiable information.
There's no way to include a picture, but you could provide a link to the pictures of…"
In keeping with the annual tradition, a roughly 10-mile "Polka Ride" Critical Mass bike route is proposed from Daly Plaza, 50 West Washington, to the Independence Tap, 3932 West Irving Park in the Old Irving Park neighborhood, to see the high-energy polka trio The Polkaholics. The power-pop trio The Cloud Corporation opens the show. The ride assembles after 5:30 PM at the plaza, departing a little after 6 PM.See More
"A lot more tree removal was done along the river actually, south of Montrose. They were invasive trees (ie, weeds) that have been taken over. This was some time ago. The NIMBY's on the east side of the river objected they…"
"The phrase "designed for use in bike lanes" is likely in reference to Federal and State laws/definitions of what an E-bike is. I'm not all that familiar with Texas laws, but my understanding is that e-bikes and scooters are allowed to…"
Already home to thousands of electric scooters, many of them crowding downtown sidewalks, the Central Texas city will be the first to experience a new generation of shareable electric scooters from an Oxnard, Calif.-based company called Ojo Electric (pronounced oh-Joe). Unlike well-known scooter companies such as Bird and Lime, Ojo’s models are bulkier and include a seat.Referred to as a “light electric vehicle” (LEV), the scooters can travel 50 miles on a single charge and have a top speed of…See More
"Are you talking about the pedestrian barrier in the middle of Lawrence? That's on the WEST side of the river, isn't it? I've crossed there to get into Ronan Park, and stopping and walking is safer Cars actually…"
The messaging system on here is a bit odd...I think you have to friend someone before you can message them. But thanks for the trip advice! Looks like both MI-WI ferries are running this year so it's nice to have those options, though they are expensive: