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December

December 22, 2011
Watershed protection plan nears completion by Lawrence Synett
Published by: TribLocal
TOPICS: Water
This article in the Crystal Lake TribLocal covers the completion of the Silver Creek and Sleepy Hollow Creek Watershed and quotes CMAP staff Tim Loftus.

December 20, 2011
CMAP Director Sees Evanston's Future Tied To Regional Plans
Published by: Evanston Roundtable
TOPICS: GO TO 2040
This article covers CMAP's Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn's talk about GO TO 2040 before Rotary Club of Evanston Lighthouse chapter.

December 19, 2011
Illinois schools snare most R&D investment in the Midwest by John Pletz
Published by: Crain's Chicago Business
TOPICS: Economy, Innovation
This article covers Illinois universities are among the Midwest's top recipients of research dollars. The fourth edition of the Illinois Innovation Index newsletter had described how research and development (R&D) funding for private and public organizations in Illinois can drive innovation.

December 14, 2011
Village Gets $60K Grant to Study Route 30 Improvements by Michael Sewall
TOPICS: Economic – workforce development , Land use, LTA
This New Lenox Patch article covers how New Lennox approved the agreement to accept the $60,000 Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program grant to help the Village plan for Route 30 corridor.

December 9, 2011
Winners and losers in the money-go-round by Mary Ellen Podmolik
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPICS: Housing, LTA, Transit-oriented development
The article covers theWest Cook County Housing Collaborative receipt of the $2.9 million U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Challenge grant and a $4.2 million Disaster Recovery ("IKE") grant. The article quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn and highlights work in CMAP's LTA program, funded by an HUD's Sustainable Communities Initiative grant.

December 9, 2011
Fun with energy efficiency! (No really. I promise) by Sarah Laskow
Published by: Grist
TOPIC: Energy
This article covers the Energy Bills campaign promoting Energy Impact Illinois (EI2) tools, such as MyHomeEQ.

November

November 30, 2011
Park Forest explores sustainability with CMAP, and you can contribute
Published by: eNews Park Forest
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, Sustainability, LTA
This article covers a public meeting for the development for the Park Forest sustainability plan, an LTA project.

November 25, 2011
Lakemoor gets help with future vision by Mick Zawislak
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: LTA, GO TO 2040
The article is about the upcoming planning efforts for the development of the Village of Lakemoor comprehensive plan, an LTA project.  The article quotes CMAP staff Jason Navota.

November 22, 2011
West Cook County Housing Collaborative receives $3 million HUD grant
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPICS: Housing, GO TO 2040, LTA
This post covers the West Cook County Housing Collaborative receipt of the $2.9 million U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Challenge grant and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn. Read the December 3 press release on the receipt of this grant and the $4.2 million Disaster Recovery ("IKE") grant. It highlights work in CMAP's LTA program, funded by an HUD's Sustainable Communities Initiative grant.

November 22, 2011
Multi-town collaboration is now an imperative by Dominic Tocci
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPICS: Housing, LTA
This post covers the importance of interjurisdictional coordination and ongoing efforts in the region, including Homes for a Changing Region, an LTA project.

November 19, 2011
New St. Charles' bridge completes first construction phase by James Fuller
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: Transportation, CMAQ
The article covers the completion of the first construction phase of the new St. Charles bridge, a project that received $1.9 million through the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program.

November 17, 2011
Illinois lags nation in job creation for business, financial sectors by Wailin Wong
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPICS: Innovation, Data, Economy
The article covers Illinois job creation data mentioned in the November edition of the Illinois Innovation Index and quotes CMAP executive director Randy Blankenhorn. The article was also posted on WGN-TV's website.

November 16, 2011
Going Green Made Easier by Dennis Rodkin
Published by: Chicago Magazine
TOPIC: Energy
The article covers the launch of MyHomeEQ, an Energy Impact Illinois (EI2) program, and quotes CMAP executive director Randy Blankenhorn.

November 15, 2011
Wheeling works to be more bike- and pedestrian-friendly by Melissa Silverberg
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: Transportation, LTA
This article covers the Village of Wheeling launch of work on a proposed bike and pedestrian plan, a project supported by a grant from the joint CMAP/RTA Community Planning Program.

November 16, 2011
Creating new designs for Carpentersville, IL by Heather Smith
Published by: Congress for the New Urbanism
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, Transportation, LTA
This article covers the planning charette CMAP hosted in Carpentersville to develop designs and thoughts on the village downtown.

November 14, 2011
Campton Hills plan to avoid ‘piecemeal' development by Harry Hitzeman
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: LTA, GO TO 2040
The article covers the LTA project for the development of a comprehensive plan in Campton Hills and quotes CMAP staff Jason Navota.

November 8, 2011
Suburban Housing Collaboratives: a case for interjurisdictional collaboration
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPIC: Housing, LTA
The post covers the November 2011 edition of ProfitWise News and Views highlighting the suburban housing collaboratives in the Homes for a Changing Region LTA program.  It includes a foreword by CMAP executive director Randy Blankehorn, the Metropolitan Planning Council president, and the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus executive director.

November 3, 2011
Southland town backs Hickory Creek restoration plan by Susan Demar Lafferty
Published by: Southtown Star
TOPIC: Water
The article covers the development and completion of the Hickory Creek Watershed plan and quotes CMAP staff Jesse Elam.

November 3, 2011
Norridge workshop continues plan process by Deborah Bayliss
Published by: Norridge News
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, LTA
The article covers a public meeting for the development of the Village of Norridge comprehensive plan, an LTA project, and quotes CMAP Staff Trevor Dick.

November 2, 2011
Algonquin to reexamine downtown once bypass is completed by Jennifer Cremerius
Published by: Patch.com
TOPICS: Land use, LTA, Transportation
This Algonquin Patch article covers how Algonquin is receiving grant funds from CMAP's LTA program to develop a downtown development comprehensive plan.

October

October 30, 2011
South suburb to serve as model for sustainable planning by Kathryn Ferrara
Published by:  Northwest Indiana Times
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, Land use
The article covers ongoing LTA projects, including Fairmont and Park Forest, and quotes CMAP staff Bob Dean and Jessica Simoncelli.

October 23, 2011
Sampler: A Look at Suburbanite Apps for Travel, Data and Commerce
Published by: Patch.com
TOPICS: Data
This Niles Patch column reviews the MetroPulse app that allows users to compare data sets on their iPhones.

October 22, 2011
Village gets $100,000 grant for land use updates by Sandy Kaczmarski
Published by: Elburn Herald
TOPICS: LTA, GO TO 2040
The article covers how the Village of Elburn will receive an $100,000 grant as part of the Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program to update the village's comprehensive land use plan.

October 19, 2011
Algonquin Awarded Money to Build Pedestrian Bridge over Randall Road by Savannah Ziegelbauer
Published by: Patch.com
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
This Algonquin Patch article covers the $3.7 million in federal transportation funding for a pedestrian bridge to be built in Algonquin through the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program. The pedestrian crossing was also covered in the Daily Herald.

October 18,2011
Village Reviving Route 30 Improvement Plans by Michael Sewall
Published by: Patch.com
TOPIC: Economic – workforce development, Land use, LTA
This New Lenox Patch article covers how the village is a recipient of Local Technical Assistance (LTA) grant to plan for Route 30 corridor

October 17, 2011
St. Charles to receive $1.92 million for pedestrian bridge by Elizabeth Stoever
Published by: Mysuburbanlife.com
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The article covers how St.Charles will receive $1.92 million through the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program to build a pedestrian bridge.

October 17, 2011
Red and Green Construction Alerts by Tracy Swartz
Published by: Redeye
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The article covers construction along the Red and Green El Lines and how funds from the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program will be used to renovate the Clark/Division El stop.

October 16, 2011
Municipalities mixed on use of sales tax rebates to spur development by Kathy Bergen
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPIC: Economic – workforce development
The article covers how municipalities are dealing with using sales tax rebates to generate development and quotes CMAP staff Matt Maloney. The article was reprinted in the Morris Daily Herald

October 14, 2011
How to correct Chicago's open space shortage: 10 ideas that could help city's park-poor neighborhoods away from the lakefront by Blair Kamin
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPICS: CMAQ, Open space
This column focuses on ways to deal with Chicago's open space shortage and mentions how the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program will provide funds for the proposed Bloomingdale Trail.

October 12, 2011
Transit, Road Projects to Get Boost from Federal Funds by Melanie Johnson
Published by: UrbDeZine Chicago
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The article covers the $411 million FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program that will allocate money for surface transportation projects throughout the region.  CMAP Board Chairman Gerald Bennett, Mayor of Palos Hills, is quoted.

October 12, 2011
Express bus service OKd on I-90 by Marni Pyke
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The article covers the $38 million in funding Pace will receive to introduce bus rapid transit along the Jane Addams Tollway (I-90) through the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program.

October 12, 2011
$5.2 Million in funding will benefit three Metra routes
Published by: eNewsParkForest
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The article covers the $5.2 million awarded to Metra through the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program.  It was also covered by WBEZ 91.5.

October 6, 2011
Calling on Congress to create jobs by rewarding innovative regions by Mary Sue Barrett
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPICS: Sustainability, Innovation, Economic – workforce development
This blog post discusses the national tour "Building Cities, Building Futures" and how it can be catalyst for working with government partners to encourage and reward innovation.

October 5, 2011               
Bloomingdale Trail close to securing major federal funding by Blair Kamin
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPICS: CMAQ, Transportation
The post covers how the Bloomingdale Trail project would receive funding from the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program.

October 3, 2011
Charlotte, N.C., Chicago host infrastructure forums by Julia Pulidindi
Published by: National League of Cities
TOPICS: Innovation, Economic – workforce development
The post covers how National League of Cities conducted the nationwide tour "Building Cities, Building Futures."  CMAP partnered with the Metropolitan Planning Council and the National League of Cities to host the Chicago stop.

October 3, 2011
Chamber study underway to help boost local economy by Anna Marie Kukec
Published by: Daily Herald
TOPICS: Economic – workforce development, Innovation
The article is about the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce effort to study how Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana can be cooperative, economic hub.

 

September

September 29, 2011
Growing green healthy neighborhoods by John McCarron
Published by: LISC Chicago's New Communities Program
TOPICS: LTA, GO TO 2040
This post covers the Green and Healthy Neighborhood plan, an ongoing LTA project, and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn.

September 27,2011
Audience Response Technology Helps Chicago Area Planning by Brian Heaton
Published by: Government Technology
TOPIC: Data, GO TO 2040, LTA
The article covers how CMAP is using wireless keypads to gather data and feedback at public meetings and quotes CMAP staff Erin Aleman.

September 26, 2011
Renovation in sight for Red Line eyesore by Jon Hilkevitch
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPICS: CMAQ. Transportation
The article covers the renovation of some Red Line stops, a project that is receiving funding from the FY2012-16 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement program. CMAP Staff Doug Ferguson is quoted.

September 18,2011
Local Food Is A Priority In GO To 2040 Regional Plan by Claudia Lenart
Published by: Deerfield Patch
TOPICS: Food, GO TO 2040
The article covers the region's renewed commitment to local food and farming and mentions CMAP executive director Randy Blankenhorn keynote speech at the County Green conference and how GO TO 2040 incorporates local food.

September 15, 2011
Venture capital deals in Illinois on pace for record by Wailin Wong
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPIC: Innovation
The article covers the launch of the Illinois Innovation Index and the inclusion of data on venture capital deals.

September 15, 2011
Inaugural Illinois Innovation Index Released: Cites record levels of venture capital investment statewide
Published by: PR Newswire
TOPIC: Economic – workforce development
This article is a press release on the inaugural edition of the Illinois Innovation Index. The index is a collaborative effort of the CMAP, the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, the Illinois Science and Technology Coalition and World Business Chicago.

 

August

August 15, 2011
Lake County Board chairman: Extend Route 53 by David Stolman
Published by: Buffalo Grove Sun-Times
TOPIC: Transportation, GO TO 2040
This op-ed expresses support for the Illinois Tollway 15-year capital plan, due in part to its emphasis on GO TO 2040 transportation priorities. The op-ed also appeared in the Daily Herald.

July

Summer 2011
Supporting the local food movement through regional planning by Amy Talbot
Published by: Regional and Intergovernmental Planning
TOPIC: Local Food, GO TO 2040
CMAP planner Amy Talbot's article "Supporting the Local Food Movement through Regional Planning" highlights how support for local food systems became one of GO TO 2040's 12 recommendation areas.

May

May 28, 2011
Chicago's chief technology officer has vision of Digital Second City by Sandra Guy
Published by: Chicago Sun-Times
TOPIC: Data, MetroPulse
This article covers John Tolva's, the City of Chicago's chief technology officer vision for using open data and quotes Greg Sanders, CMAP's information architect, on MetroPulse.

May 25, 2011
Regional planning key to green future by Frank Aberholden
Published by: Lake County News-Sun
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, Sustainability
The article covers the County Green conference and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankehorn, who was the conference's keynote speaker. The event was also covered on Patch.com "What will 2040 look like?" in Bali, Buffalo Grove, Cary, Crystal Lake, Deerfield, GrayslakeLake Zurich, Lemont, Mokena, and Niles.

May 24, 2011
Chamber leads effort in launching groundbreaking economic study

Published by: Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
TOPIC: Economy
This announcement covers the partnership formed between the City of Chicago, the State of Illinois, CMAP, the U.S. Economic Development Administration, and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce to conduct an economic analysis of the Tri-State Chicago Metropolitan Region.

May 24, 2011
Expanding employer-assisted housing through energy efficiency retrofits by Lilie Sellers, Breann Gala
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPIC: Energy, EI2
This post covers how Energy Impact Illinois is supporting employer-assisted housing programs will be able to expand to assist with making homes more energy efficient.

May 9, 2011
Local Officials Explore Rail Issues at Conference
by Leslie Wollack
Published by: National League of Cities
TOPICS: Transportation
This article covers a conference hosted by DuPage County, the National Association of Counties (NACo), National League of Cities, and the National Association of Regional Councils and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn. The event was also covered in the Beacon-News.

May 5, 2011
Park students rally for bike ride by Jane Michaels
Published by: The Doings LaGrange
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, Transportation
This article covers high school students who celebrated Earth Day 2011 by planning a Wheel-In day to help implement the GO TO 2040 plan.

April

April 19, 2011
Transportation summit targets I-90 corridor by Richard Wronski
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPIC: Transportation
The article covers a transportation summit that discussed the region's transportation needs and congestion. CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn is quoted.

April 18, 2011
CMAP Partners with ICLEI for Planning Technical Support Capacity by ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability
Published by: Sustainable City Network
TOPIC: Sustainability
This announcement discusses ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability naming CMAP as one of its Regional Affiliates and the first one in Illinois.

April 11, 2011
Water Shortages Could Hit Lake County Hard in Future, Chief Planner Says by Ed Collins
Published by: Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch
TOPICS: Water, Water 2050
The article discusses future water shortages and how Water 2050 is being used in the region to address water planning issues.

April 5, 2011
Community Conversation: Mass Transit  by James Jenega
Published by: Chicago Tribune
TOPIC: Transportation
The article relates a lunch conversation about transit-related ideas and CMAP senior planner Tom Murtha is quoted.

March

March 29, 2011
Park Junior High students 'sell' local foods by Jane Michaels
Published by: The Doings LaGrange
TOPICS: Local food, Education
The article discusses LaGrange students' presentation on local food. CMAP senior planner and head of outreach Erin Aleman is quoted and she and the students' teacher developed the lesson plan on the subject. Learn more by watching a video covering the event.

March 23, 2011
Urban Tally by Alan G. Brake
Published by: The Architects Newspaper
TOPICS: Data
This article discusses the indications of Census 2010 data on Chicago's African-American population and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn.

March 15, 2011
Agency pushes better transit by Mike Nolan
Published by: Southtown Star
TOPICS: GO TO 2040
The article covers CMAP's panel discussion with the Chicago Southland Chamber of Commerce and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn and CMAP Board Member and Mayor of Richton Park Richard Reinbold. The event was also covered in the Homewood-Flossmoor Patch article "Southland Chamber Program Targets Growth."

March 15, 2011
CMAP announces technical assistance grantees by Marissa Novara
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPICS: GO TO 2040, LTA program
This post covers CMAP's announcement of the selection of Local Technical Assistance projects and MPC's collaboration on several of them.

March 2011
Community engagement: How arts and cultural strategies enhance community engagement and participation

Published by: American Planning Association
TOPIC: GO TO 2040
This article discusses ways to engage the community and cites CMAP's use of technology to involve stakeholders in developing GO TO 2040.

Spring 2011
Chicago Identified for Transportation Innovation
by Nathan Mann
Published by: Sustainable Chicago
Topic: Regional Mobility, GO TO 2040
This articles discusses the Smarter Cities project and cites how GO TO 2040 helped earn the region a place on top 15 smart cities.

February

February 26, 2011
Sustainability summit sends a message about cooperation by Brian Leaf
Published by: Rockford Register Star
TOPIC: Livability
This article covers the Regional Sustainable Communities Summit and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn.

February 24, 2011
Debunking top myths about our suburbs by Jamie Sotonoff
Published by: Daily Herald
Topic: Livability
This article discusses the increased appeal of the Chicago Metropolitan area suburbs and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn.

February 23, 2011
Transportation / Chicago, Illinois by Solvie Karlstrom
Topic: GO TO 2040
This article cites the adoption of GO TO 2040 as the reason for the region's recognition as one of the top 15 Smarter Cities for transportation.

February 17, 2011
Newly-approved lakefront overpass is no bridge to nowhere by Blair Kamin
Published by: Chicago Tribune
Topic: Livability, Regional Mobility, CMAQ
This editorial details reasons the proposed lakefront overpass, a recipient of CMAQ funds in 2009, is good for the area.

February 17, 2011
Editorial: County needs solution to unincorporated areas
Published by: Chicago Sun-Times
Topic: Livability
This editorial discusses how to address unincorporated areas of Cook County and mentions CMAP Board Chairman Mayor Gerald Bennett of Palos Hills.

February 16, 2011
Census: Will Co. among fastest growing in state by Cindy Wojdyla Cain
Published by: The Herald-News
TOPIC: Census 2010
This article covers 2010 Census data pointing to Will County's growth and quotes Matt Maloney, CMAP's deputy chief of staff and policy analyst.

February 15, 2011
Chicago's Next Mayor Inherits a Shrinking Population by John McCormick
Published by: Bloomberg
Topic: Census 2010
This article covers 2010 Census data and quotes Matt Maloney, CMAP's deputy chief of staff and policy analyst.

February 12, 2011
Water, Water, Everywhere — But Enough? A Mega-Regional Challenge by MarySue Barrett with Josh Ellis
Published by citiwire.net
Topic: Water
This posts discusses water policy and mentions CMAP and several of its partners efforts to make a difference.

February 11, 2011
HUD grants building capacity for implementation of local plans by Megan Truxillo
Published by: Sustainable Communities
TOPIC: LTA
This article talks about HUD's $4.25 million grant that supports CMAP LTA Program and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn and CMAP deputy director for local planning Bob Dean.

February 7, 2011
Crain's Special Report: The graying of Chicago by John Pletz
Published by: Crains Business Chicago
TOPIC: Livability, Economy
This special report examines the impact of baby boomers' retirement and quotes CMAP Executive Director Randy Blankenhorn. He is also quoted in WBBM CBS Chicago's Baby Boomer Retirement to Alter Local Economy.

February 6, 2011
Metra's Alex Clifford: 'We want to lead by example'
Published by: The Chicago Tribune
Topic: Transportation
This article features a Q&A with Metra's Executive Director Alex Clifford and mentions GO TO 2040 as an example of strategic planning.

February 1, 2011
China shows way to economic growth by Esther Cepeda
Published by: Chicago Sun-Times
TOPIC: GO TO 2040
This op-ed compares Shangai's growth to Chicago's and mentions GO TO 2040 as one of the ways to match that success.

January

January 28, 2011
Chicago ranked the most road congested city by Jaydine Sayer
Published by Chicago Loopster
Topic: GO TO 2040, Transportation
This article covers Chicago's ranking as the area with the most congested roadways in the 2010 Urban Mobility Report and mentions GO TO 2040 as one of the ways Chicagoland is addressing the issue.

January 28, 2011
Morton Grove Sees Future with CMAP by Carrie Porter
Published by: Patch.com (Morton Grove)
Topic: LTA, GO TO 2040
This article covers Morton Grove's submission to CMAP's LTA program.

January 26, 2011
Open Government at Its Best: Metro Chicago's MetroPulse
Published by: Information Builders
Topic: Data, GO TO 2040
This article is a press release on MetroPulse. It was also released on MSNBC.com, Live-PR.com, Newsblaze, and PR Inside.

January 20, 2011
Buffalo Grove works to slow foreclosures by Steve Zalusky
Published by: The Daily Herald
Topic:  Housing
This article covers the regional proposal to tackle housing foreclosures by the Northwest Suburban Housing Collaborative. The Collaborative is project of the Metropolitan Planning Council, a partner with CMAP in Homes for a Changing Region Program.

January 19, 2011
Betting the farm by Harrison Smith
Published by: Chicago Weekly
Topic: Local Food, GO TO 2040
This article is about the rise in local food and mentions GO TO 2040's chapter on "Promote Sustainable Local Food."

January 19, 2011
Carpentersville grants would bolster downtown, fight disasters, bugs by Jacob Huwirth
Published by: The Courier News
Topic: LTA
This article is about the Village of Carpentersville application for CMAP Local Technical Assistance (LTA) Program.

January 19, 2011
New employer incentives available to help workers 'go green' by Robin Synderman
Published by: Metropolitan Planning Council
TOPIC: Transportation
This post covers the MPC, along with partners in CMAP and other stakeholders, advancing a ‘green' commuters option.

January 19, 2011
Urban Ag Zoning Change Debate by Lindsay Banks
Published by: The Local Beet Chicago Edition
Topic: Local Food
This article was written by CMAP staff Lindsay Banks and explores whether Chicago's future includes urban agriculture.

January 18, 2011
Riverside's Gorman named to planning agency by Bob Uphues
Published by: Riverside/Brookfield Landmark
Topic: CMAP Board
The article covers Riverside Village President Michael Gorman's appointment to CMAP's Board.

 

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