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CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot opens a new library on Chicago’s South Side and announced some employment opportunities.
“This branch is a true embodiment of what we mean when we say libraries are the social and cultural nucleus of our communities,” Lightfoot said.
The mayor toured the new library in Altgeld Gardens with her wife, First Lady Amy Eshleman.
The new branch is one of ten across the city that will be open on Sundays, starting April 18. But that’s not all.
“One Summer Chicago” is now accepting applications.
More than 21,000 jobs and internships are being offered this summer. It’s open to anyone between 14 and 24 years old.
HAPPENING NOW: Mayor Lightfoot and First Lady Amy Eshleman join CHA CEO Tracey Scott, CPL Commissioner Chris Brown and other City leaders to make announcements on library services and youth employment opportunities through One Summer Chicago. https://t.co/7z0nzwYxQD
— Mayor Lori Lightfoot (@chicagosmayor) April 7, 2021
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