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Sunday, July 29, 2007
They knew how to build 'em in Rogers Park ... back in the 1910's and 20's.
Every week I see more and more beautiful, classic buildings, being torn down, burnt down, and destroyed forever.
Everyone that I speak with about this agrees, but why are we allowing this to continue?
Do I need to break out the Granada Theater pictures to make the point clear?
Tags: 1920's architecture, 49th Ward, 60626, burndown, Rogers Park, teardown, Top Hat
Heres a policing strategy: Hire more police officers and have them walk Morse Avenue 24/7.
Rogers Park posts by Bill Morton at 8:22 PM
Rogers Park Labels: 49th Ward, 60626, Rogers Park, Save your energy on the posters and pledges to actually make Rogers Park safer
Actually I'm shocked that Loyola University, who had a hand in destroying the movie palace, would display this beautiful print so prominently.
Thank you.. i guess?
Open liquor found in shopping cart behind Jordan School. There were even a few half finished bottles left for the kiddies.
How about if parents walk their kids home from school, so they don't have to be influenced by trash like this?
How about if regular citizens walked around for about an hour each night to pick up after the slobs?
Just a suggestion.
Farwell Condominiums have a graffiti problem in their alley.
I called Mayor Daley's Graffiti Blasters to come in and remove or paint over the graffiti. I also contacted Groot about this issue at (800) 244-1977.
Is there currently a City of Chicago ordinance concerning vehicles tagged with graffiti?
Update: Vehicle is still located in front of 1447 W. Touhy Ave. (July, 29th, 2007 10pm)
Update: Vehicle is still located in front of 1447 W. Touhy Ave. (July, 30th, 2007 6pm)
Update: Vehicle is now located in front of 1524 W. Touhy Ave. (July, 31st, 2007 7pm)
Update: Vehicle has relocated to 1447 W. Touhy Ave. (August 1st, 2007 6pm)