OTL: Episode #258- Chicago Justice Project update, Future of Division and Ashland, Apps For Metro Chicago competition

TO HEAR THE SHOW, PRESS THE “PLAY” BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST… (podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago) (broadcasting on the “down with Pizza Hut” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago) Mike Stephen gets a Chicago Justice Project research update, discusses the future of the old Pizza Hut site on Division and Ashland, and talks Chicago apps that benefit residents.   Tracy Siska— Executive Director of the Chicago Justice Project The CJP has some new analysis of the Chicago Police Board and the City Council’s Committee on Police and Fire Departments.  We discuss what this new research means. Eleanor Mayer– Program Manager of Special Service Area #33 in Wicker Park We’ve all seen the abandoned Pizza Hut on the corner of Division and Ashland in Wicker Park.  It’s finally gone and now the question of what to put in its place remains.  We discuss the future of this property. The old Pizza Hut Site on Division and Ashland. Katie Auerbach— Project Manager of the Apps For Metro Chicago contest There is an ongoing competition happening in the city where participants create apps using data provided by local governments and agencies.  We get the lowdown on how these apps benefit Chicagoans.   OTL #258 local music provided by About the Mess…