Byron Sigcho Lopez
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Benito Juarez Students, Community Groups Come Together To Clean Up Pilsen
The 18th Street clean-up event was organized by the Economic Strategies Development Corporation and local aldermanic offices.
Hunger Strike To Stop East Side Scrapper Grows As More Activists Urge State, City Leaders To ‘Do Right By … Our Community’
The hunger strikers are supported by several politicians, including Ald. Jeanette Taylor, who participated in a successful hunger strike to reopen Dyett High School, and U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush.
Elected Officials Urge Chicagoans To Vote Early: ‘Staying Home Is Not An Option’
There are 51 early voting sites across the city. Officials encouraged residents to cast their ballot ahead of the November election.
Pilsen Alderman Blasts City For Pushing Landmark District Residents Don’t Want As Officials Float A Smaller Plan
City officials attempted to allay fears around their plan to landmark 900 Pilsen properties to no avail. They also floated a smaller plan which would see 465 properties landmarked.
Pilsen High School Votes Out Police, Becoming Second CPS School To Eliminate Cops On Campus
Benito Juarez council members want CPS to use the funding for more social workers, counselors, nurses and restorative justice programs.
What’s CPAC? Here’s What You Need To Know About A Local Push For Civilian Oversight Of Police
Aldermen say recent calls for increased police accountability have made the passage of the CPAC ordinance more pressing.
City Must Confront Police Brutality If They Want Peace, Protesters And Aldermen Say: ‘Martial Law’ Will Get People Killed
Activists are also demanding the immediate release of jailed protesters and the defunding of the police department.
Chicago Politicians’ Zoom Call Interrupted By Porn-Streaming Hijackers
"Zoom bombing" is on the rise, the FBI has warned. On Tuesday, Chicago aldermen and state reps were the latest victims.
City Should Launch Emergency Fund To Support Workers, Businesses During Coronavirus Outbreak, Aldermen Say
"During this crisis, people need to know that they can count on having a roof over their head, food on the table and dependable utilities,” Ald. Matt Martin said.
Pilsen Alderman Says Mayor Lightfoot Should Apologize For Comments About The Neighborhood
"Pilsen 10 years ago was a neighborhood we all would have been a little concerned about being in after dark,” Lightfoot said.
Invisible Evictions: As Developers Flock To Logan Square And Pilsen, Renters Quietly Forced Out
They didn't miss a rent payment or break the rules, but families in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods are getting the boot as landlords look to cash in — with little notice or recourse.
Have Thoughts About Lincoln Yards Or The 78? City Seeking Volunteers For Advisory Council On Megadevelopments
The council will consist of neighborhood representatives, community leaders and others chosen by the mayor and Ald. Brian Hopkins.
Upset Neighbors Argue Against Proposed Food Plant Near Bubbly Creek — Until Someone Shuts Off The Meeting’s Lights
At a heated community meeting in Bridgeport Wednesday night, neighbors questioned whether the construction of a food processing plant was a done deal.
Developer Resurrects Controversial Apartment Project On Massive Pilsen Site, But Alderman’s Not On Board
The developer filed paperwork to build 434 apartments near the planned Paseo Trail without presenting plans to neighbors or consulting Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez, he said.
Ald. Sigcho-Lopez Takes Aim At Disgraced Ex-Ald. Solis’ Use Of Campaign Cash To Pay Lawyers
Danny Solis, an FBI mole, paid $220,000 out of his campaign fund to cover legal fees in May.
St. Adalbert Church Could Become Chicago Landmark Under Proposal By Ald. Sigcho-Lopez
The freshman alderman wants to landmark the church and its rectory building, according to a letter submitted to the Department of Planning and Development.
Pilsen Steps Up To Help Ailing Paletero, Whose Plight Sheds Light On Struggles Aging Immigrants Face
Ananías Ocampo, 75, needs permanent housing and health care — so neighbors are raising money for the ice cream man.
Planned Affordable Housing Building In Pilsen Shrinks After Neighbors Complain About Height, Parking
The group is now pitching a five-story building with 37 apartments, 31 parking spaces and an amenity space that will accommodate residents making less than $17,000.
After Last Mass At St. Adalbert Church In Pilsen, Local Alderman Moves To Get Control Over Future Plans For The Site
Ald. Byron Sigcho Lopez will push to change the church's zoning to ensure the community has a say in what will replace it.
St. Adalbert Parishioners Want To Take Over Their Beloved Church: ‘The War Has Not Been Won Or Lost Yet’
Ald. Byron Sigcho Lopez is putting pressure on the archdiocese to meet with parishioners, saying he might work to "downzone" the property.