|Smylie Brothers' Takeover of the Former Recycling Center Fermenting|
City Council voted 8-1 on Nov. 28 to introduce an ordinance under which the City would lease the former recycling center to Smylie Brothers Brewing Company.
No Room for Hate But 'Room for Defiance and Resistance'
Rallies at Fountain Square and the Unitarian Church of Evanston on Nov. 20 – one convened by clergy, the other by politicians – had in common a concern for immigrants, women, persons of color, and others targeted during the campaign season.
|EC2C Adopts Equity Statement, Considers Ways to Give More People a Voice in the Process|
On Nov. 18, representatives of many partnering organizations in the Evanston Cradle to Career (EC2C) initiative met at Evanston Township High School and approved an EC2C Equity Statement.
|Council Commits to $1.4 Million Toward Howard Street Theater
The theater concept for Howard Street took one of its steps forward at the Nov. 28 City Council meeting, as aldermen voted to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Theo Ubique.
|Police Escalate Seeking Nominating Petitions into Charges
The police officer asked Mr. Reid what he was doing, and Mr. Reid told the RoundTable that he told the officer he was petitioning to get on the ballot, which he said is a right guaranteed under the First Amendment.
|District 65 and DEC Reach Tentative Agreement|
Paula Zelinski, President of DEC, told the RoundTable that she made a presentation on Nov. 28 to DEC members about the tentative agreement and that a vote will be taken on Dec. 2. The District 65 School Board is scheduled to vote on Dec. 5.