Chicago’s parking meter money will continue to flow to private investors.
It’s clear that to Mayor Emanuel, this was a big fucking bummer.
A NATO/G8 primer: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask
City Council passes Emanuel’s protest ordinances, but not everyone’s pleased
Rahm Emanuel’s office was kind enough to provide aldermen with a short bio of Avis LaVelle before they had to consider whether to approve her appointment to the Park District […]
How to interpret the inspector general’s sample audit of the Central Loop honeypot
The City Council’s Committee on Police and Fire still doesn’t have a chairman, and that’s making the Black Caucus nervous.
All 50 portraits, from the group show, including works by Derek Erdman, Jon Gitelson, Lucas Blair Simpson, and more
Chicago alderman Leslie Hairston, an opponent of the parking meter lease deal, has some advice for Pittsburgh officials considering a lease of their own parking system.
For decades now, most of Chicago’s political independents have emerged from Hyde Park and Kenwood.
Backed by activists, five aldermen propose a plan to ensure Chicago’s Olympics bid yields “community benefits.”
After much tough talk, the City Council rolls over the Michael Reese Hospital deal and gives Mayor Daley exactly what he wants.
The City Council did more than privatize an airport Wednesday–it issued its own critique of bourgeois sovereignty.
The finance committee votes to approve a plan to open trade unions to more minorities, but some aldermen worry it’s toothless.