Mayor Emanuel Announces Funding To Restore Youth Employment At Shuttered Site

Bikes N’ Roses’ Belmont Cragin site to reopen and employ youth via One Summer Chicago and year-round opportunities
CHICAGO--(ENEWSPF)--April 11, 2016.  Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced yesterday an investment to restore 65 youth employment opportunities at a small business that had been closed earlier this year due to funding withheld by the state’s ongoing budget impasse. Bikes N’ Roses, which provides after-school and summer jobs for local high school students, will reopen its Belmont Cragin location with assistance by the city, allowing the business to employ 50 youth as part of the 2016 One Summer Chicago . . .

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