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A neighborhood meeting will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2013at 7:00 pm at Madison College, 211 N. Carroll St, Room D240. I encourage interested residents and others who care about this special area of our city to come to the meeting to learn more and share your thoughts about the proposed development..
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The gig economy, which took root during the Great Recession, has emerged over the past year as a safety net for workers like Vincent who said she wouldn’t have been able to pay rent “a couple times” without it as the Covid health crisis sparked an economic crisis. Food delivery companies, in particular, expanded rapidly as many leaned on meal and grocery delivery to their homes so they didn’t have to go out. But while gig work offers the promise of a financial lifeline and a flexible schedule, it also comes with uncertainties that can prompt complicated tradeoffs, especially for parents..