Unused Tax Rebate Money Should Be Used To Fight Crime, Aldermen Say

February 16, 2017

 

 

An organizer with the Brighton Park Neighborhood Council displays a sheaf of letters urging Mayor Rahm Emanuel to use leftover money from the property tax rebate to fund violence prevention programs.

 

CITY HALL — Several aldermen and community groups renewed their call Thursday morning for money left unclaimed by the city's property tax rebate effort to be used to fight violent crime in Chicago neighborhoods.

 

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