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Thriving commercial corridors play a crucial role in nurturing and sustaining local communities throughout Chicago and Cook County. In recent years, several of these corridors faced challenges, but as we move forward into a new economic era, it is vital to bring together a strong coalition of stakeholders. Their collective efforts will champion policies and initiatives aimed at revitalizing, empowering, and fostering stronger bonds within our commercial corridors and neighborhoods.

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Cook County Assessor Candidate Forum

By jake@sbacil.org | May 1, 2022

SBAC Presents: Cook County Assessor Candidate Forum 2022  The SBAC and a robust number of business organizations held a candidate forum for Cook County Assessor.  You can watch the forum and hear from Cook County Assessor Friz Kaegi, Commissioner Kari Steele and Mr. Tsatsoulis the individuals running for Cook County Assessor here! We have marked…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: Outdoor Dining Along Glenwood Avenue in Rogers Park Kicks Off Friday As Part Of Chicago Alfresco Program

By jake@sbacil.org | April 22, 2022

“The program could be renewed for up to three if this run is successful,” Hadden wrote. Dining in the streets returns Friday to Rogers Park on Glenwood Avenue. This is a part of the Chicago Alfresco initiative, which seeks to create opportunities for long term community public spaces across Chicago. Small businesses are an integral…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: City Leaders Announce 15,000 Jobs for Teens and Young Adults

By jake@sbacil.org | April 13, 2022

New summer opportunities available for Chicago’s teens and young adults. Jobs, volunteer opportunities and arts programs will be available at Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Park District, Chicago Public Libraries and other city agencies. This comes after the pandemic has sidelined these programs over the past two years.   These programs making a return provide a…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: City Announces New Ways to Partner with the City on Improving Public Safety

By jake@sbacil.org | April 8, 2022

“Through these bold new initiatives, all of our residents can play a critical role in keeping our communities safe,” said Mayor Lightfoot. The City of Chicago on Monday announced new city-led initiatives designed to aid residents and businesses in promoting safety within their communities and the city. The initiatives include a Home and Business Protection…

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