Ald. Reilly wants local merchants to ...

Ald. Reilly wants local merchants to pay for more cops downtown

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Sun-Times story from Apr 2, 2013, titled Ald. Reilly wants local merchants to pay for more cops downtown. In it, Chicago Sun-Times reports that:

Chicago needs a strong early-season surge in police visibility on Michigan Avenue, State Street and the lakefront to reassure visitors and send a message to menacing young thugs bent on causing trouble that it's not worth the risk, an influential alderman said Tuesday.

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bensleys best

Nashua, NH

#3 Apr 4, 2013
Remember your aldermanness rielly
I used lower case letters in your name to match your lower case mindset.

With my Gold card I can shop anywhere on the planet surface I choose to shop.

Now why would I or anyone want to shop on Michigan ave in Chicago, or in Syria , Iraq if I don't feel safe secure from out of control "N " word gangs looting stealing assaulting shoppers merchants??

Don't you understand or are you even smart enough to care that this mob action can end the downtown shopping area, kill off the golden goose that provides money for you to mismanage chicago,s economy.

If I want violence while I shop I can go to south central watch the wetbacks and black backs shoot each other for control of the streets.

I can shop on 5th ave in the large apple in complete safety walk the park and the streets 24/7 can you do that in Chicago??
we all know the answer to that question.

time for Chicago to decide whom is going to manage run or control the streets of the city.
if you don't end the mob violence you won't have a city street to enjoy.

see Detroit for a view of your future.......
or pretend your all city hall ostriches bury your collective heads in the sand and wait for the end of the city as we know it today.

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