The TIF hustle, explained (again).
The Mayor says property taxes won’t go up. And who knows? Maybe he’s right this time.
Where TIF money goes, why it creates economic inequality, and what it looks like on the street level
A controversial STAR bond proposal is back.
The city ponies up $11 million to bring artists to Logan Square/Avondale.
Ten to watch, even as they demur
TIFs for Chicago businesses: not just limited to Chicago anymore
Privatization? Parking Meters? Property taxes? There’s an archive for that.
So Fioretti sounded like a politician with Tourettes — switching from statistics to administrative worries, from agreeing to disagreeing. I give him credit for trying, but the crowd just wasn’t […]
Ald. Reilly gets kudos from the Trib for opposing a TIF district. Nota bene, aldermen, journalists, etc.
How a bill intended to expand the state Freedom of Information Act was bastardized to expand the mayor’s shadow budget
Mick Dumke talks TIFs and more politics with Nick Digilio
A lot, it turns out.
We have some follow-up questions to the questions other outlets have been asking him about our stories.
The mayor inadvertently reveals one of the biggest problems with TIF districts.