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Ald. King is forming a committee on Michael Reese site- vitally important to the South Side- for information visit our hot development page.
Special Service District 61 Commission meets 3RD WEDNESDAYS at POLSKY OR Hyatt Place Chicago, conference room on 5225 S. Harper Ave. (the evening meetings). Meetings are open to the public. 2 meetings a quarter are at 11 am and the third at 7 pm.
Flags, detail descriptions, periodic events.
Phase II meeetings on Jackson and South Shore Parks:
FIRST- CDOT ANNOUNCES ITS POSITION AND PLANS FOR ROADS AND OTHER CIRCULATION AND MOBILITY- AUGUST 21 AND 24 (Monday and Thursday) 4-8 pm in open format of presentations and questions/comments. South Shore Cultural Center, 7059 South Shore Drive.
SECOND- CHICGO PARK DISTRICT, OBAMA FOUNDATION AND THE GOLF ALLIANCE WILL PRESENT THEIR REVISED PLANS with open format- SEPTEMBER 21 AND 25 (Thursday and Monday) times not give but prob. 4-8 pm. At South Shore Cultural Center, 7059 South Shore Drive.
The CHP Village is co sponsoring a series of interactions with UC Medicine Doctors in the SHARE program, at various locales (most at Mather More Than a Cafe, in Chatham). Transportation from Augustana Church is provided free. Contact the office. Next is 2, Tuesday, 9 am at Mather on Stroke Awareness. chpv.org.
October 8, Sunday, 11:15 pm. Forum on the Cook County Soda Tax. Hyde Park Union Church, 5600 S. Woodlawn.
October 16, Monday, ev. Author and activist Ta-Nehisi Gates talks at Rockefeller, 5850 S. Woodlawn.
October 18, Wednesday 6-8 pm and October 21, Saturday, 10 am-noon. Informational meeting on affordable housing available at 5528 S. Cornell.
Coalition for Equitable Community Development
Contact Pat Wilcoxen
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 5,2017CECD AND MAC PROPERTIES ANNOUNCE UNIQUE AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
Fulfilling an agreement reached in 2010 with CECD, when MAC Properties announced plans for the development of Solstice on the Park, 53 affordable, rental apartments will become available to eligible applicants over the next year. The apartments, located at 5528-5532 South Cornell Avenue, include studios, one and two bedroom units and will be leased to individuals or families whose household income is less than 60% of the area median income* as defined by the City of Chicago. CECD and MAC Properties will host two public meetings to provide more specific information for all interested individuals on
Wednesday, October 15th , from 6 to 8pm and
Saturday, October 18th , from 10am to noon
WHERE: Treasure Island Food Store Meeting Room (basement),
1526 East 55th Street
CECD President Pat Wilcoxen points out that “this is a unique opportunity to significantly increase affordable housing in one of the most popular areas of Hyde Park and represents an historic agreement between a developer and the community that should be a model for the rest of the city.”
If you would like more information about this, please contact Pat Wilcoxen at 773-643-7495
* 60% of median income limits are as follows:
1person household $33,180
2 person household $37,920
3 person household $42,660
4 person household $47,400
Apartment Rents: Studios. $760 per month
One bedroom. $802
Two bedroom. $964
Additionally, resident applicants need to demonstrate that they earn at least 2 times the monthly rent each month and pass both credit and background checks to qualify. Representatives of MAC Properties will be available to answer questions and take applications.
You will need to bring identification, most recent pay stubs or source of income (3 months), most recent signed tax return, bank statements for most recent 3 months, a verification of employment form and a zero income affidavit form for all household members (18 or over) with no income.
Mission of the Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference
The purpose of the Conference is to attend to the civic needs of the community; work toward an attractive, secure, diverse, and caring community; and to promote participation of residents, businesses, institutions, and organizations in programs and activities that advance the interests and concerns of the community. It serves the community as a watchdog, independent voice, and clearing house in the community's ongoing conversation and decisions about those matters which affect and define community life.