Alderman Gardiner was joined by Ryan Companies, Clark Street and LCS to present a revised concept to the community. In addition to more independent living and affordable units, Ryan and LCS offered to establish a one-time $100,000 scholarship for Schurtz High School students, as well as a waiving the one-time community fee for veterans during the first year. Alderman Gardiner expressed his support for the project and is ready to move forward. Click here for the full presentation. Thank you again to everyone who joined us at the Copernicus Center. Ryan looks forward to being a part of this community for years to come.