Emerson St. Bridge in Evanston to close Monday

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Subject: CITY OF EVANSTON E-Notice -- April 23, 2008: Emerson St. Bridge in Evanston to close MONDAY
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 09:08:32 -0500
From: DStuckert@cityofevanston.org
To: press-release@mail.cityofevanston.org

Emerson St. Bridge in Evanston to close Monday

7th Ward Meeting, April 24, 7-9 pm., the Civic Center

Children have been ardent advocates of the branch library system. They are welcome to attend the 7th ward meeting on April 24 from 7-9 pm at the Civic Center. Discussion of the library should be finished by 8. I hope everyone will come, be proactive and convince the new Director of Library Services that the North Branch Library is important to all of us.

If we know what the new proposal for 708 Church is, I hope to hear what you think of it. That discussion and an update from EPD comprise the rest of the agenda.

Elizabeth Tisdahl

708 Church Tower Developers Seek Time to Revamp Proposal

Apparently realizing they did not have the necessary six votes to gain Planning and Development, and thus City Council, approval for zoning map and text amendments necessary to proceed with their project, the developers of the proposed 49-story skyscraper on the site of the present 708 Church St. building asked that the ordinance changes be taken off the committee's agenda at the Mar. 24 meeting.

Citgo Site Proposal In Works

Developers of the current Citgo gas station site at Crawford & Central reportedly will present their concept to Design Evanston on Thursday, March 27. DE is a group of architects who, among other things, are willing to meet with developers and give feedback before a development group makes a presentation to the City's Site Plan and Appearance Review Committee.

Meeting with New Library Director Apr. 24

Ald. Liz Tisdahl (7th) has organized a 7th Ward Meeting on Thursday, April 24, from 7-9 pm, at the Civic Center, 2100 Ridge. The new Evanston Public Library Director, Mary Johns, will speak and answer questions. This is an opportunity for those concerned about the branch libraries to communicate to Ms. Johns their importance to Evanston. Although Ald. Tisdahl put together the meeting, she has advised that CSNA members and residents who use the North Branch are more than welcome to attend.



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