On The Issues
Lamont Robinson is a proven leader who has a track record of success as a State Representative. He has fought tirelessly to preserve vital resources in the community, such as Mercy Hospital, and has secured significant funding for important projects, including a Bronzeville Senior Citizen Center, a Workforce Development Center, and anti-violence initiatives. As Alderman of the 4th Ward, he plans to take a holistic approach to addressing the most pressing issues facing the community such as: public safety, quality education and affordable housing.
Lamont believes that everyone should feel safe in the place they call home and that a comprehensive public safety approach requires both immediate and long-term solutions.
As a former Professor, Director of a Youth Mentorship Program and the son of a CPS teacher, Lamont has dedicated his entire career to being a champion for quality education. As a State Representative, Lamont was instrumental in securing funding and resources for neighborhood schools.
It is vital that we preserve and increase affordable and accessible housing. Lamont views housing as a human right and believes that everyone should have access to an affordable and stable living environment.
As Alderman Lamont will: Hold regular town hall meetings to engage with community members and gather their input on the types of businesses they would like to see in the neighborhood. These meetings will provide a platform for residents to voice their opinions, share...
Lamont will make it a priority to enhance the infrastructure and overall cleanliness of the ward, and be responsive to the essential needs of the community.