Tunney Polls Residents on Moving Pride Parade Downtown

Survey is posted to SurveyMonkey.com and will be available until Sept. 5

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    8/19/2014: Lakeview alderman said too many complaints about public drinking, crime and trash have followed recent festivities with more than one million attendees. NBC 5's Nesita Kwan reports.

    Should Chicago's annual pride parade float downtown?

    That's the question Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) has posed to residents. The Lakeview alderman said too many complaints about public drinking, crime and trash have followed recent festivities with more than one million attendees.

     


    "Each year, City departments meet to recap what went well and what can be improved upon after each Pride Parade," Tunney wrote in a Facebook posting Aug. 15. "I have created a Pride Parade survey to hear from you as we continue to examine the pride parade route and evaluate all options for next year, which could include a move downtown."

    The survey is posted to SurveyMonkey.com and will be available until Sept. 5.

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