“What do you want to see changed in this community? What do you want for our community?” asked James Rudyk, Jr., executive director of the Northwest Side Housing Cener (NWSHC), to kick off the first meeting of the Belmont Cragin Quality of Life Plan Community Meeting that was held on Wednesday, June 17th at Steinmetz High School.
More than 200 community residents, business owners, students, CPS parents elected officials and other stakeholders learned about how the plan is being created. They heard about issues and opportunities for the future of the neighborhood. Most importantly, they gave their ideas about how to make Belmont Cragin stronger.