Parking meters, garages took in $156M — but city won’t see a cent
Chicago’s privatized parking-meter system took in $121.7 million last year, while four underground city-owned garages reaped another $34.7 million.By Mick Dumke
With the state billions of dollars in debt, the pressure is on for lawmakers to end the budget impasse with just seven days left in the session.
Federal investigators have subpoenaed records from Lincoln-Way District 210 about former Supt. Lawrence Wyllie dating back to 2000.
As much as I disagree with major elements of Rauner’s Turnaround Agenda, if there is a Democratic plan to restore the economy, I have not heard it.