That’s the bottom line of Inspector General Joe Ferguson’s latest audit released Wednesday.
The deadline for the city’s “request-for-nominations” is Sept. 27 and must be submitted only by the “property owner or an entity with site control.”
Still there is room for improvement, particularly among African-Americans who accounted for 54 percent of all newly diagnosed cases of HIV in 2015.
No changes to the building or zoning code is required to build tiny homes, assuming the designs “comply with minimum standards” a city official said.
Businessman Brian McCormack plans to start polling in the next two weeks to gauge support for a mayoral run by former Police Supt. Garry McCarthy
The campaign would have followed the four terms Lisa Madigan has served while her father was speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives.
After aldermen approved her appointment, Beth Swanson refused to answer questions on emails she exchanged with SUPES Academy co-owner Gary Solomon.
Chicago will host a “Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy North American Climate Summit” on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5.
One of Ald. Ed Burke’s daughters reportedly is gathering signatures to run for attorney general after Lisa Madigan’s decision not to run again.
Candidates must campaign, raise money and get signatures on their nominating petitions in time for the March 20 primary — just six months away.
“After serving as Illinois Attorney General for over 14 years, today I am announcing that I will not seek reelection,” she said in a statement.
Aldermen said they came away from the closed-door meetings frustrated by CPS CEO Forrest Claypool’s evasive answers.
Though the size of the project and must-haves in Amazon’s RFP limit choices to a handful of Chicago sites, Emanuel wouldn’t discuss specifics.
Amazon’s decision to build a second North American corporate headquarters, known as “HQ2,” has touched off a whirlwind competition.
By making Chicago’s municipal ID a “three-in-one” card, City Clerk Anna Valencia hopes to make the card more attractive.