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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Community members voice concerns over the undetermined fate of the Harley Clarke Mansion at the meeting of the Human Services Committee on Monday evening. The location will be vacant in June after the current resident, Evanston Art Center, relocates.

Evanston City Council discusses possible Harley Clarke deconstruction

January 6, 2015

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources has declined a proposal to purchase the historic Harley Clarke Mansion and lease the land it rests on. In a letter sent to Evanston city manager Wally...

Aldermen and housing and grants administrator Sarah Flax discuss housing for low- to moderate-income residents. Evanston is applying to receive funding from the federal government to provide affordable housing for its residents.

Housing officials encourage more citizen participation

October 21, 2014

Evanston is currently reviewing its draft of the 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan, a proposal addressing housing for low- to moderate-income residents. The city invited residents to a meeting Tuesday evening...

Sat Nagar, Evanston’s assistant director of engineering and infrastructure, presents plans to install bike lanes along Sheridan Road and Chicago Avenue. City Council decided Monday to delay the paths’ implementation until 2017 along the streets that run through Northwestern’s campus.

Evanston City Council approves two-year delay of bike lanes for Chicago Avenue, Sheridan Road

September 30, 2014

Aldermen approved the city's request Monday to delay for two years the implementation of two-way bike lanes along parts of Sheridan Road and Chicago Avenue that run through Northwestern's campus. Parts...

Evanston resident Peter Marks, Evanston businessman Eric Singer, Ald. Coleen Burrus (9th) and Martin Jaffe, a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, discuss the future of Evanstons lakefront Wednesday night. Organized by the Democratic Party of Evanston, the talk was held at Skylight, 1818 Dempster St.

Panel discusses protection of Evanston lakefront

October 2, 2013

A panel discussed the future of the Evanston lakefront Wednesday night, weighing how to further open it to the public and protect it from certain types of development. The participants of the panel,...

Proposed staff addition met with questioning from Evanston aldermen, Mental Health Board member

November 8, 2012

After Evanston aldermen questioned last week the need to create a new crisis intervention coordinator position, at least one member of the city’s Mental Health Board expressed similar concerns. “For...

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Ald. Coleen Burrus (9th)