How Rahm transferred more parking revenues to the private company that controls Chicago’s meters
Illinois appellate judges rule against a lawsuit challenging the the parking meter privatization agreement.
A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the parking meter privatization goes before the Illinois Appellate Court.
Chicago Parking Meters LLC, which controls the city’s street parking system, brought in $135.6 million in 2013.
In pushing his agenda, Mayor Emanuel doesn’t let facts get in the way.
How Mayor Emanuel locked the parking meter deal in place.
Mayor Emanuel’s new agreement could kill future chances to undo the disastrous street parking sale.
A Cook County judge rules against a challenge to the parking meter deal
As Mayor Emanuel blasts the parking meter deal, city lawyers fight to keep it in place
As the city and state battle with a public interest group over the legality of the parking meter deal, Clint Krislov, the lawyer at the center of it, rips arguments in favor of privatizing public assets.
Other cities continue to consider following Chicago’s lead in privatizing their parking systems—with the help of some of the same firms that engineered the deal here.
When he’s not suing the city and state over Chicago’s parking meter lease deal, Clint Krislov is running for state comptroller.
A lawsuit against the city and state over the parking meter lease agreement is moving forward, which puts the office of Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan in an interesting spot, since it’s still conducting its own investigation of the deal.
The Reader-inspired lawsuit about the parking meter deal, filed by the IVI-IPO in August, has sufficiently reasonable grounds to be filed, saith Judge Richard Billik.
And credits the Reader for leading the way in looking into the deal.