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Mayors Barrett of Milwaukee, Freeman-Wilson of Gary, Emanuel of Chicago scheduled to discuss mega-regional priorities at MPC Annual Luncheon
  • Jul 25, 2012
Metropolitan Planning Council recognizes Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning’s GO TO 2040 with Burnham Award for Excellence in Planning, and retired ComEd CEO Frank Clark with Jean Allard Regional Trailblazer Award CHICAGO— The mayors of Chicago, Milwaukee, Wis., and Gary, Ind.…
Illinois needs investment plan for capital funding
  • Feb 23, 2009
As Springfield lawmakers debate revenue options for a new state capital package, parallel discussions are underway about a fresh, objective approach to selecting transportation projects
New report: traffic congestion costs Chicago region, individuals much more than previously estimated
  • Jul 29, 2008
Metropolitan Planning Council’s new report sheds light on hidden costs of traffic congestion and why Illinois must change how it invests in transportation infrastructure
Employer-Assisted Housing helps turn American dream of homeownership into a reality for U.S. immigrants
  • Jul 31, 2007
Purchasing a home can be intimidating for anyone, however immigrants can face special challenges; Employer-Assisted Housing can help.
New Guidebook Lauds Local Projects for Sustainability
  • Mar 30, 2004
MPC Presents Zoning Change Strategy, a Model for Sweeping Remapping of Chicago's Neighborhoods
  • Dec 16, 2003
Neighborhood-Based Changes in New Ordinance Outlined at Media Briefing
April 2003 Media Tips
  • Apr 1, 2003
February 2003 Media Tips
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December 2002 Media Tips
  • Dec 1, 2002
December 2002 Media Tips: Business Leaders for Transportation to release federal action agenda; Chicago zoning recommendations get first public hearing; Wilmette housing commission recommends adoption of innovative development criteria; Campaign for Sensible Growth, Chicago Urban League and Latinos United join forces to use sensible growth strategies to aid urban revitalization
November 2002 Media Tips
  • Nov 1, 2002
November 2002 Media Tips: MPC Endorses 1000 South Michigan Development, Riverdale Rolls Out Employer-Assisted Housing Program, Illinois State Legislators Pledge Support for Education Funding Reform, MPC Assesses CHA Plan for Redevelopment

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