Why I'm Running
I am running for Alderman of the 4th Ward because I love the City of Chicago and I love my community. I have been an attorney and community organizer for 18 years. I have the knowledge, skills, and experience to improve and bring equity to city services, including improving commercial corridors, preserving affordable housing, advocating for quality education and youth development, listening to residents to hear issues and bringing resources for solutions.
Create Vibrant Neighborhoods
Ebony will strengthen commercial corridors, preserve existing housing stock, make vacant lots accessible to create jobs, keep dollars in the community, increase school funding, maintain affordable housing, and reduce property tax burden on residents.
Crime is not a disease, it is a symptom.
Ebony is the Alderman who has the knowledge and experience to:
Ebony will build strategic partnerships between unions, businesses, churches, non-profit organizations, schools, and parks to increase exposure to opportunities for youth ages 12-19.
Mental Health Services
Ebony will advocate for the use of 988 or similar hotline to reduce police interactions in cases of mental health crisis and to address pandemic, violence, and other related traumas.
Ebony will expand the use of ADU’s and championing an ordinance for smaller lot sizes so that tiny and modular homes can be built to increase affordable housing options.
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