How is the coronavirus impacting residents and businesses in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood?
Much of the North Side neighborhood is represented by 46th Ward Ald. James Cappleman, who was first elected in 2011.
In recent days, Cappleman has directed residents to seek out relief from the city of Chicago, like emergency housing assistance. He’s also highlighted local businesses and food pantries offering additional resources in Uptown.
Until Wed, 4/1, if your income is at or below 60% of AMI ($37,440 - 1 person household) you can apply for emergency housing assistance from the City of Chicago for individuals and families impacted by the economic fallout due to Coronavirus. https://t.co/OeAb1OUVw5
— James Cappleman (@JamesCappleman) March 30, 2020
Cappleman joins “Chicago Tonight” to discuss city action and options for pandemic relief.