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As some Logan Square residents continue to fight a 15 and 11 story apartment and retail project proposed for Milwaukee Avenue near the California Blue Line station, Streetsblog Chicago's resident data geek Steven Vance seeks to provide evidence to counter the arguments of the project's critics. According to Vance, concerns over vehicle congestion and parking are unfounded as traffic on the major streets surrounding the project have actually dropped in recent years. There's also a new flyer being passed around, according to an email from a reader. [Streetsblog; previously]

A reader dropped us a message last night, which also included this new flyer:

As a 26 year old librarian who drinks fancy cocktails and goes to bed at midnight, this was a treat to receive on my doorstep.

·Actually, Logan Square's Neither Traffic-Choked Nor Overcrowded [Streetsblog Chicago]
·Logan Square Dual Tower Proposal Faces Stiff Resistance [Curbed Chicago]
·Logan Square Gearing Up for Battle Over Dual Tower Proposal [Curbed Chicago]