Felix Cardona Jr.
- 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, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
25 City Council Members Ditch Meeting About City’s Homelessness Crisis
Alderpeople who support the Bring Chicago Home ordinance said they're "profoundly disappointed" by efforts to derail the meeting after Mayor Lori Lightfoot spoke out against the measure.
Aldermen Are Not Subject To City Worker Vaccine Mandate — And Some Are Skipping The Shots
As unvaccinated aldermen fight the city worker vaccine mandate, other elected officials are frustrated by a lack of remote meeting options.
Plan To Bring More Retail, Film Studio To The Fields Campus Gets Final Approval From City Council
The approval comes after some community members tried to block the vote over what they called a lack of transparency.
Plan To Redevelop Part Of The Fields Campus Gets OK From Key City Panel Despite Community Opposition
Some commissioners echoed concerns about gentrification but ultimately approved the developer's plans, setting the stage for a film production studio on the Northwest Side.
As Some Groups Dial Up Opposition To Avondale Film Studio, Others Say Latest Fields Development Will Benefit Neighborhood
The area alderman and some neighbors have backed the project, but others say they've not received enough information and want a pending city vote delayed.
Film Production Studio At Logan Square-Avondale Border Would Bring Needed Jobs, Supporters Say, But Some Feel Shut Out Of Process
Developer Knickpoint Ventures wants to convert part of The Fields campus at Diversey and Pulaski into a film production studio, similar to the West Side's Cinespace studios.
Alderman Hasn’t Decided If He’ll Support Weed Farm Planned For Logan Square Marble Plant
Under a co-op ownership model, five to seven social-equity applicants would own 51 percent of the weed farm and budtenders would start at $18 an hour.
Group Moves To Open Weed Farm Co-Op In Logan Square Marble Plant Where Music Venue Was Rejected
The weed company is looking to bring new life to a warehouse that has sat vacant for 11 years.
Hermosa Residents Protest Alderman’s Decision To Not Make Dangerous Stretch Of Kostner A One-Way Street
The alderman is instead following CDOT's recommendation to install carriage walks on the stretch, which the residents say will make the narrow street even more dangerous.
Logan Square Music Venue Proposal Dead, Developer Now Planning To Lease Out Building To Manufacturer
"I listened to the community and the community voted no, so my decision is going to be no," Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. said of the zoning change developers wanted.
Would Music Venue Cause Displacement Or Be A Boon To Logan Square/Hermosa? Neighbors Divided Over Proposal
At a community meeting held Saturday, about 55 percent of neighbors voted "yes" and about 45 percent voted "no."
Youth Leaders Protest Logan Square Music Venue: ‘This Zoning Change Will Tear Our Community Apart’
The young people are calling on Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. (31st) and Logan Square/Hermosa residents to reject the proposal planned for 2537 N. Pulaski Road.
Logan Square Music Venue Slammed As ‘Hipster’ Gentrification, But No Evidence Club Will Displace Residents, Developers Say
Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. has said he wants to hear from the broader community before he decides whether or not to sign off on the zoning change needed to open the venue.
New Music Venue Could Open In Former Logan Square Marble Plant
Ald. Felix Cardona Jr. wouldn't say if he supports the proposal: "I could see people being displaced so I'm very cautious of that."
After Defeat, 31st Ward Candidate Launches New Political Group To ‘Raise The Voices Of Vulnerable People’
"It's about immigrants, young people that don't have a voting record, women and other peoples' voices that you haven't really heard represented in the community," Colin Bird-Martinez said.
Felix Cardona Unseats Ald. Milly Santiago In 31st Ward Race
Santiago, a former TV reporter, narrowly won the seat in 2015.
Ald. Milly Santiago To Face Felix Cardona In 31st Ward Runoff
Santiago narrowly won the seat in 2015.