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Mark Tendam, Candidate for Mayor
     These are Mark Tendam’s unedited answers to questions submitted by the RoundTable to all Mayoral candidates.
Misty Witenberg, Candidate for Fifth Ward Alderman
     These are the unedited answers of Misty Witenberg to the RoundTable’s questions submitted to all candidates for Fifth Ward Alderman.
Jeff Smith, Candidate for Mayor
     These are Jeff Smith’s unedited answers to questions submitted to all candidates for Mayor by the RoundTable.
Gary Gaspard, Candidate for Mayor
     These are Gary Gespard’s unedited responses to the RoundTable’s questions submitted to all Candidates for Mayor.
Steve Hagerty, Candidate for Mayor
     These are Steve Hagerty’s unedited responses to the RoundTable’s questions submitted to all Mayoral candidates.
Brian Miller, Candidate for Mayor
     These are Brian Miller's unedited answers to questions submitted to all candidates for Mayor by the RoundTable.

Court Sustains City's Complaint Alleging Contamination in James Park Area
Federal Judge John Z. Lee, on Jan. 17, refused to dismiss five of the six counts of a complaint that the City filed against ComEd and Nicor in a 2016 lawsuit related to water quality and contamination in areas near James Park. Judge Lee did dismiss one count allegeing a violation of the City’s Hazardous Substances Ordinance, and struck a claim for civil penalties sought under Count I, which is brought under the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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City News
• City Mulls Fence Atop Sherman Avenue Garage
• City Earns C+ in Parks
• Evanston's TIFs: Six Active, Two Closed
• Deputy Brian Scott Appointed Fire Chief
• Evanston Joins International 'Re-Inauguration' Event
• Another Loaded Handgun Removed From the Street
• New Bonuses in Inclusionary Housing Ordinance
• Waste Fee Discussion
• Council Bytes: Highlights of the Jan. 9 City Council Meeting
• Police Seek Questions for Upcoming Open House
• Farewell Address by the President

• The Traffic Guy hears ...
• For Smokers, Quitting Can Be a Tough Resolution to Keep
• Hooked on Fishing: With Recent Cold, Ice Fishing Gains

• District 65 School Board Approves $14.5 Million Operating Referendum
• Superintendent Presents Context for District 65's Grim Budget Outlook
• School District 65 5Essential Scores Decline
• Some Stats on District 65
• D65 Welcomes New Director of Literacy
• Participation and Success in ETHS Speech and Debate Continue to Grow
• Evanston Township High School Recognizes 'Those Who Excel'

• Brian Miller, Candidate for Mayor
• Gary Gaspard, Candidate for Mayor
• Steve Hagerty, Candidate for Mayor
• Jeff Smith, Candidate for Mayor
• Mark Tendam, Candidate for Mayor
• Carlis Sutton, Candidate for Fifth Ward Alderman
• Carolyn Murray, Candidate for Fifth Ward Alderman
• Robin Rue Simmons, Candidate for Fifth Ward Alderman
• OPAL/NAACP Candidate Forums
• Local Electoral Board Decides to Keep All Mayoral Candidates on the Ballot

• Wildkits Fall to Loyola, Look to Finish Regular Season Strong
• Oswald Roper Memorial Meet Raises $13,500 For Flying Fish Swimming Scholarships
• Henning Steps up With Career Game for ETHS Girls
• ETHS B-ball Beats Main South
• Cubs World Series Trophy Coming to Evanston

Art & Life
• 'Evanston Reads' in Late Winter
• Evanston Native's Chemistry Research Breaks New Ground
• Dittmar Exhibit Dramatizes Chasm Between Blacks and Whites
• Spreading Warmth & Good Holiday Cheer at Holiday Time
• The Book Bird Literary news you can use from Evanston Public Library's blog
• McGaw YMCA Gala's 'Spotlight on Youth'
• Library Announces Hirshfield Memorial Poetry Awards
• Julie Cowan's 'Invisible Portraits' at Alley Gallery
• Artist Kader Attia to Unveil New Solo Exhibition
• City Receives Chi-Cal Rivers Fund Grant for Bird Habitat Enhancement
• Observances in Memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

• Editorial: We Need Clarity in the Election Process
• Room for a View: The Tie That Binds ...
• Room for a View: Otherliness
• More Room: Nibsy's Triumph
• County Commissioner Explains Votes

Each year, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) honors exemplary teachers, administrators, student support personnel, educational service personnel, community volunteers, board members, and teams from school districts across the state. Five staff members and one team from Evanston Township High School received recognition from the ISBE’s Those...

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