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A vision for the Chicago, Calumet and Des Plaines rivers

By 2040, Chicago’s rivers will be inviting, productive and living, providing everyone with opportunities to find or create their own place, their own experience and their own community on our rivers.

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  1. A 'Great Resignation' Not Due to Latinos: Latinos Still Working the Essential Jobs and Earning Too Little

    • Publication
    • (5 MB)
    • Sep 16, 2022
  2. Partnering for Holistic Solutions on Water Affordability

    • Publication
    • (3 MB)
    • Aug 28, 2022
  3. Testimony in Support of the Connected Communities Ordinance

    • Publication
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    • Jul 20, 2022
  4. Connected & Climate-Resilient: A virtual panel on community and transit-oriented development

    • Video
    • Jun 22, 2022
  5. Calculating Impact: A Roundtable on the Policy, Participation, and Tools Reshaping Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

    • Video
    • May 27, 2022
  6. Perspectives on Planning: Developing a Community Bicycle/Pedestrian Plan

    • Video
    • May 3, 2022
  7. Rethinking Regional Transit: An Expert Panel on the Power and Potential of Fare Integration

    • Video
    • Feb 10, 2022
  8. City of Chicago Water Affordability analysis

    • Publication
    • (1 MB)
    • Jan 18, 2022
  9. Addressing water loss in Sauk Village

    • Publication
    • (24 MB)
    • Jan 17, 2022
  10. Past, Present, and Future: The MPC Legacy

    • Video
    • Dec 17, 2021

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