Also, Rahm’s in Europe to promote Chicago and its tech business.
Also, Alderman Anthony Beale is proposing major reforms to the honorary street-sign program.
Even as people bemoan its environmental and health effects, the prospect of its demise sparks fear and nostalgia.
A new donor report claims transparency but obscures details on who’s paying for the Olympic bid. And then there’s the question of why they’re paying.
Exelon Corporation isn’t just hoping to get the federal government’s money and help for projects like the innovative solar power facility it wants to build on Chicago’s south side. It’s also been spending lots of money to lobby for them.
The city and Exelon are moving ahead with plans to create the largest urban solar power plant in the country. How much will it cost us?
The city is set to move forward with an exciting solar power project on the south side. So why won’t it share information about it?
What’s green about nuclear power? Obama knows.
Some ideas for decompressing after the election: catch the transit of Mercury, watch a new reactor get approved, set standards for pole dancers.