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            Ed Zotti writes "City at the Crossroads," a biweekly series about the trends shaping Chicago and the decisions we must make.

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            Gov. Pritzker, please call this man at MIT. His technology could help end the pandemic

            If you went to a party, then tested positive for COVID-19, wouldn’t you want others there to know? If someone else at the party was infected, wouldn’t you want to be told?

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            What we must do to beat COVID-19 now and forever, with a big boost from technology

            The U.S. is not doing enough to harness smartphone apps and other technology to defeat the pandemic.

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            How much longer will we be inside — and then what happens?

            Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s stay-at-上海11选5走势图 order ends on Tuesday, April 7, but he’s likely to extend it as the coronavirus outbreak continues. Just how long? Read here.

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            Here’s what Woodlawn needs for its middle class to grow and thrive

            Revival began long before the announcement the Obama center would go there. But more investment is needed. And class divisions have to be put aside.

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            Chicago’s affordable housing problems would be helped by higher density

            The city needs more lively neighborhoods. Restrictive zoning, de-conversion and teardowns mean gentrifying communities outside downtown tend to become less dense.

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            Gentrification in Chicago not only isn’t always a problem, often it’s an opportunity

            It can be disruptive. But the problems aren’t severe enough to warrant radical remedies that would end up hurting the people meant to be helped, Ed Zotti writes.

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            Confidence in Chicago’s public schools is up on the North Side, elsewhere not so much

            Public elementary schools are increasingly popular with North Side middle-class families, but parents are abandoning neighborhood schools on the West Side and South Side.

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            Would One Central project help transform the South Side? It might if details can be worked out.

            The multibillion-dollar development proposed just west of Soldier Field is touted as a bold plan to turn an ugly railyard into a lakefront jewel and boost public transit.

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            Chicago zoning is a mess that we need a plan to fix

            We haven’t produced a comprehensive land-use plan since 1966. Without one, Chicago will not grow, City at the Crossroads columnist Ed Zotti writes.

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            Can Chicago grow to 3 million people again? Sure — and here’s how

            Reversing black flight is what has to happen for Mayor Lightfoot’s vision to become reality.