A reader got this in today's mail and sent it to us. It's an application from the 46th Ward's pet attorney, Brendan Shiller (whose law practice has apparently traded in the high-falutin' downtown address for offices in the same building as his mother's).
The letter proposes that the McJunkin Building be rezoned so that it can accomodate "commercial housing."
Gee, wonder what "commercial housing" means? Fancy term. Hotels? Youth hostels? or could it be ... more shelters?