LONG ODDS: We Recommend A Story In The Windy City Times; Cops Encounter 2 Former BYC Clients In 12 Hours

Are you looking for a balanced report of what transpired when the Broadway Youth Center (BYC) came up for discussion at Monday’s Southeast Lakeview Neighbors meeting?

We recommend reading the Windy City Times’ story here.
The WCT has a track record of being very soft on stories about neighborhood safety, but they get this story right. 
Kudos to reporter Matt Simonette for shooting straight down the middle.
The John Merlo Library, 644 W. Belmont
Even Longer Odds
Meanwhile, two more people whose address of record is the BYC’s former location at 3179 N. Broadway crossed paths with police Thursday. Neither individual was accused of wrong-doing. They just happened to be with people who were.

The first man happened to be standing outside the Merlo Library, 644 W. Belmont, with a man wanted for having sex in the library rest room on Tuesday. The wanted man now has a trespassing issue to deal with. The former BYC client was sent on his way.

The second man’s brush with the law came during a traffic stop near Clark and Grace Thursday night. The driver of an SUV was arrested on an outstanding assault warrant. The 22-year-old passenger, formerly of 3179 N. Broadway, was sent on his way.
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