With the Cubs scheduled to open their season in April, City Hall is gearing up to implement a plan to double parking meter rates around Wrigley Field.
“We’re taking it seriously—and we should. That’s the job we signed up to do for the people of Chicago,” said William Conlon, Board of Ethics chairman.
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“CPD should not be operating from nonofficial, nonpublic orders,” said city IG Joe Ferguson, whose office monitors police merit promotions.
To make the Reese site more attractive to developers, the Emanuel administration said it would consider incorporating 28 acres of air rights.
KPMG’s 2,300-employee Chicago office already has added 500 employees since 2012, fueled by “unprecedented growth” in its cybersecurity practice.
The concession makeover is pivotal to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s $248 million plan to confront Midway’s main weaknesses: parking, security and concessions.