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Streetsblog Chicago launches Tuesday, Jan. 22

It's an exciting day for livable streets advocates in Chicago! At long last, Streetsblog is expanding to serve Chicagoans. Fans of local blog GRID Chicago will be glad to hear that its editors, Steven Vance and John Greenfield, will be producing the new Chicago outpost of Streetsblog.

We're particularly excited about this at MPC because our own Peter Skosey has been working behind the scenes for years to make this happen. It's finally possible, thanks to the support of The Chicago Community Trust and the Rockefeller Foundation, among others. You can help support the future of Streetsblog Chicago by donating—even $5 helps!

Check out chi.streetsblog.org for the complete announcement!

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