I am Margaret Coder's daughter and am writing on behalf of my mother's entire family. We are a quiet family, who appreciate their privacy. We would, however, like to have the opportunity to publicly express our thanks to everyone involved in bringing to justice Margaret Coder's murderer, and would be grateful if you would publish this letter.
Spurning Starbucks (it's just too painful), 12-20 Lake & Harlem Cyclists had post-ride coffee the weekend before last at Cosi's (Saturday) and Nola's Cup (Sunday). We ate beignets at Nola's, which Starbucks does not carry. We're considering changing our name to the Nomads or Vagabonds.
With enormous pride, generations of long-suffering fans in River Forest congratulate the Chicago White Sox for a magical, albeit nail-biting, season, beginning with an Opening Day victory in April and culminating in October with a 4-game sweep in the World Series.
I hosted a house party last Sunday for Debra Shore, and after hearing the candidate, cannot emphasize too strongly how good (and different) it would be for an environmentalist to serve as commissioner at the Cook County Water Reclamation District.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, at 1:30 p.m., there were about 20 senior citizens lined up outside the fire station on Euclid Avenue. They were waiting to receive flu shots administered by the Oak Park Health Dept.
Dear President Pope and Board Members, I would like to thank board members G. Baker, E. Brady, M. Brock and R. Milstein for standing up for what I believe the majority of Oak Park residents want ... the preservation of a cohesive, intact historic downtown business district that we can all be proud of.
Dear Trustees, I walked away from watching last week's village board meeting with such a sense of disgust that it has prompted me to submit these thoughts and comments. The meeting included discussions of the Downtown Steering Committee's recommendations for the "superblock."