|Special Newsletter: Protecting Our City|
|Many of you have reached out to my office about the recent events that have affected our city in an unimaginable manner.|
In May, we witnessed unprecedented violence and destruction in our community. On Sunday, we stood by helplessly as we watched the same scene play out — this time on a magnitude of a different level.
Earlier this week, I called on the mayor and the Cook County state’s attorney to put forth a comprehensive public safety plan that not only protects our residents, but our economy.
I have spent the week talking with constituents and business owners. They all want to know how they can help.
Our mayor and state’s attorney must be held accountable and develop a plan of action that will protect our city and prosecute those who are trying to tear it apart.
The fastest and most effective way to make your voices heard are through Facebook and Twitter. I ask that you are respectful of both individuals by offering your concerns, but also thoughtful ideas that will help protect our neighbors, the business community and their employees.
Below are ways to reach Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx:
Alderman Brian Hopkins
| 2nd Ward Service Office|
1400 N. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
Message from Alderman Hopkins
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