This morning at around 9 a.m. I found a man trying to take a bike off of our back deck. I told him to stop and he left the yard and ran down the alley toward Randolph. Just letting you know that there is someone in the neighborhood. He was an African American, dark complexion, average build, not real tall, between 5'8" and 5'10" wearing a dark colored baseball cap, wearing a dark t-shirt, but carrying a white one. Police were notified.
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Dear Families of NeighborNet,
Someone has been walking around the neighborhood with loppers/shears and cutting tree branches and plants near the sidewalk and leaving piles of clippings. In many cases they are parkway trees and otherwise well-trimmed plants that are barely over the sidewalk and being mutilated by this individual.
David will be giving a talk on his new history of Oak Park, OAK PARK: THE EVOLUTION OF A VILLAGE, at the Oak Park Library on Thursday, July 7th, at 7:00. The Book Table will have books available for purchase and signing.
Seen on the 300 S Taylor block early Saturday morning, a male beagle with a purple collar and tags. Friendly but scared. He wouldn't let me touch him. Hope he finds his way back home.