Our hardworking Alderman Laurino has written a letter to us (residents of the 39th ward).
Lead Level Water Testing Available
If you are concerned about the potential of elevated lead levels in your home’s water, you may wish to have your water tested.
Follow this link to find out how to request a water testing kit, how to arrange for collection by the Department of Water Management, and more
PETERSON AVENUE RESURFACING
BEGINS MONDAY 10/23
Alderman Laurino received the notice below regarding an upcoming resurfacing project in the 39th Ward on Peterson Ave. Please contact the 39th Ward Service Office with any questions relating to this project: (773) 736-5594.
“I would like to inform Alderman Laurino of an upcoming resurfacing project on West Peterson Avenue from Cicero Avenue to Lincoln Avenue. This work is part of the Chicago Department of Transportation’s Arterial Street Resurfacing – North Area Project, in the 39th Ward.
Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin on October 23, 2017, pending clearance from and coordination with existing utilities, and weather permitting. Bigane Paving Company is the general contractor for this project and Wight & Company is providing resident engineering services for the Chicago Department of Transportation.
The work will include ADA sidewalk improvements, curb and gutter removal and replacement, bus pad construction, milling and paving the existing asphalt pavement, and striping.
During construction, temporary “No Parking” signs will be periodically installed as required for each activity listed above. These temporary signs will restrict parking during working hours, while adhering to rush hour restrictions, for the completion of the work. All work on this corridor is scheduled to be completed December 31, 2017.”
Commander Voulgaris of the 17th district addressed issues and concerns of car break-ins/garage at the SPCA meeting on September 19th.He advised to make sure your car is locked, and that your garage opener is not left in the car. Also, keep an eye on your catalytic converter, and always call 911 if you see something suspicious. He did report however that crime in beat 1711 is down! Recap of our meeting will be posted here soon.