Alderman Mary Ann Smith

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Watching issues created after: 2010-03-27

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  • 1200-1226 West Gunnison Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
  • 1215 West Gunnison Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
  • Lawrence & Broadway Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
    Water main break 1 of 2 1000 block of Lawrence at broadway
  • Sheridan Rd Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 48
    My alderman supports divesting from legit communities and people in need, and CPS, in order to give 14 million dollar$ to a PRIVATE developer who proposes Maryville in Uptown. This is wrong- we won't stand for it!
  • 904 W Gunnison St Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 48
    Not the first time this cab company has sat on this hydrant for an extended period of time. The photo clearly shows the driver is not in the vehicle.
  • 1200-1226 West Gunnison Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
  • 4810-4838 North Broadway Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
  • 4758 N. Racine Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 48
    Manhole sinking in in front of the Bank of America branch.
  • Building Violation Acknowledged
    4815 North Broadway Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
    Wheel chair access blocked in public way
  • Other Archived
    4705 North Broadway Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 48
    Cement chunks falling from underside of viaduct on NE corner of Leland and Brdwy, in front of the former Majestic Men's Wear.
  • Rotten Tree Acknowledged
    1444-1446 W Olive Ave Chicago, Illinois - Andersonville
    A tree between 1446 & 1444 W Olive is partially rotten and needs to be trimmed. The limbs pictures fell ten seconds before I passed under the tree with my puppy. I received an update today saying this issue has been closed however the tree has not been touched.
  • 941 West Lawrence Avenue Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 48
    Last Monday 6/30/14, the big rain caused water so high in the alley to the west of the building that it came in the back door and ran down the stairs into the basement.
    Can the alley be more deeply grooved in the middle to carry excess water away better? or made lower - it obviously is much higher than it once was.
    thanks,
    Jean Darling