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Mayor Emanuel’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Opens For Applications This Fall!

The Neighborhood Opportunity Fund is a new grant to help strengthen our commercial corridors on Chicago's South, Southwest and West Sides. The NOF grant cycle is will open in the fall.

CITY LEADERS ANNOUNCE PLAN TO REVITALIZE CHATHAM, AUBURN GRESHAM, AVALON PARK AND GREATER GRAND CROSSING NEIGHBORHOODS

In a big push to revitalize what was once one of Chicago's most affluent South Side neighborhoods, city leaders introduced a new economic development program for Chatham, Auburn Gresham, 

GADC's Vision Newsletter - Fall 2011

GADC's Vision Newsletter - Fall 2011

Chicago Political Heavyweights Hold Historic Town Hall Meetings Using Social Media

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This age-old, rhetorical question took a similar position between Twitter and Facebook and President Barack Obama and Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel Returns to Auburn Gresham

In February 2011, Mayor Rahm Emanuel made history by becoming the first Mayor of Chicago in more than 20 years, after his predecessor Mayor Richard M. Daley, decided to end his landmark term.

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