Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez
- 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
Migrant Families Living At Church Pay It Forward With Meals For Asylum Seekers At Police Station
After being taken in by a Lincoln Square church, three migrant families are cooking for asylum seekers still living in police station lobbies.
Italian American Groups Rip Alderperson For Tweet About Honoring Italian Ice, Coffee Maker Instead Of Columbus
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez, who introduced an ordinance to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day, said her tweet wasn't offensive and she "doesn't have anything to apologize for."
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez Faces 2 Challengers As She Seeks 2nd Term Representing Northwest Side
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez is running for her second term in City Council, while Samie Martinez and Laith Shaaban are making their first bids for the 33rd Ward office.
Voters Want To Reopen City’s Closed Mental Health Clinics. An Alderperson Says She’ll Use Momentum To Revive Stalled Plan
The referendum question on Tuesday's ballot in three wards was non-binding, but Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez said the vote will help her revive her stalled plan to help Chicagoans in crisis.
24 Apartments, Retail Could Be Built On Vacant Belmont Avenue Lot In Avondale
The project would include two-bedroom apartments renting for $2,000 per month.
Push To Reopen Shuttered Mental Health Clinics Challenged By City’s Top Doc
Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration is pushing back hard on a proposal from the City Council to reshuffle mental health spending to reopen city-backed clinics.
Ald. Jim Gardiner Says Sorry For Foul-Mouthed Texts As Council Colleagues Call For Hearing To Investigate Him
Gardiner is facing increasing scrutiny from colleagues and constituents over leaked text messages that reveal he sought to withhold city services to ward critics and demeaned others with misogynistic language.
Chicago Rolls Out Mental Health Emergency Teams To Reduce Police Encounters With People In Crisis
The Crisis Assistance Response and Engagement program will create teams focused on de-escalating an emergency and providing follow-up treatment.
Cops Raid Albany Park Apartment Where Landlord Says He’s Struggling To Kick Out Squatters: ‘This Has Been Unfolding For Months’
Landlord Gary Carlson had been trying to evict two men who pushed out a tenant and took over their apartment before police arrested them Friday.
More City-Run Vaccination Clinics Needed In Hard-Hit Areas, Aldermen Say, As Vaccine Scandals Show Urgent Need For Oversight
A newly introduced ordinance calls for federal COVID-19 funds be used to create permanent city-run testing sites in hard-hit neighborhoods — instead of giving city doses to places that are not following the rules.
Mayor’s ‘You Gotta Be F–king Kidding Me’ Hot Mic Moment Was Not Directed At Council Members, Alderman Says
"She texted me and said she was talking about something brought to her by her staff," Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez said following the mayor's gaffe.
Aldermen, Students Fast For A Day In Solidarity With Southeast Side Hunger Strikers Trying To Block Metal Scrapper
More than 75 educators joined the one-day fast to block Southside Recycling from opening, too. The initial hunger strikers completed their 12th day without food Monday.
Democratic Socialists Move To Kick Out Alderman Who Voted For Lightfoot’s Budget — But ‘In Order To Win, You Have To Negotiate,’ He Says
“Respectfully, no organization can decide who is and isn’t a socialist,” Ald. Andre Vasquez said. “I think many of my comrades and I all share the same goals, but we may differ on the approaches to get there, and that’s OK.”
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.
Activists Attempt To Create Community Garden On Old Gas Station Site — Even Though Affordable Housing Is Being Built There
“I was expecting NIMBYs and the other challenges people face when supporting affordable housing," Ald. Rossana Rodriguez said. "It’s really bizarre I’m arguing with a leftist organization."
Upgrades Coming To Irving Park Bike Lanes, Dog Park And More Thanks To 33rd Ward’s 1st Participatory Budget
Irving Park is getting bike lane upgrades, an expanded dog park and an effigy mound after neighbors voted on how to spend $1 million in ward money for the first time ever.
7-Eleven Kills Plans To Build Gas Station At Montrose And Kimball
Neighbors opposed the idea of adding gas pumps outside the existing Albany Park 7-Eleven.
Albany Park Neighbors Say No To Plans For 7-Eleven Gas Station, And Aldermen Agree
A proposal was recently submitted by 7-Eleven to add four double-sided gas pumps in its parking lot at 4346 N. Kimball Ave.
New Gas Station Proposed For Corner Of Kimball and Montrose Avenues
The plans for the new gas station will be presented to the community on Wednesday at Henry Elementary School, 4250 N. St. Louis Ave., at 6 p.m.
Ald. Deb Mell Concedes 33rd Ward Seat To Rossana Rodríguez-Sánchez
About a week ago, on April 17, Mell said she owed it to her supporters and staff to seek a partial recount.