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After months of delay, aldermen and community members have been clamoring for drafts to be made public, fearing the final report will never be released.
Also scheduled to attend the campaign event at a West Town park are five Chicago aldermen: Walter Burnett Jr., 27th; Michael Scott Jr., 24th; Chris Taliaferro, 29th; Pat Dowell, 3rd; and Michelle Harris, 8th.
The Milwaukee Common Council would have the power to fire the city's police chief under a proposal that has the support of a politically diverse group of aldermen.
One alderman's proposal to overhaul the city's recommendations for avoiding lead exposure in drinking water is receiving a tepid response from the Milwaukee Health Department and some local medical experts.
Photos of a similar development by West Star in Overland Park were presented to the aldermen during a work session earlier this month.
One of the alderman sponsoring the proposal made a tidy profit selling land for such a development before joining the city council, according to news reports.
Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed former Hapeville City Councilman Mike Rast to fill the alderman-at-large seat that became vacant after the conviction of councilwoman Ruth Barr.
Mike Buettner, a local alderman, counts 27 empty storefronts on Main Street in a 14-block stretch.
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: a member of a city government in the U.S., Canada, and Australia
: a senior member of an English town, county, or borough council who is elected by the other members
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