Months ago the Reader asked the city for agendas from the meetings held to determine the winning bidder for the parking meter lease. The city complied—but most of the documents had been blacked out. So we wrote about that.

Scott Waguespack, alderman of the 32nd Ward, was bothered when he heard, and at a public hearing on July 2 he asked Daley administration officials for a clean copy of the documents. As of last week, he was still waiting and I was still writing about it.

Then a funny thing happened.