Also, now that the EPA has signed off on dry ice, the city will start using it again to control the burgeoning rat population in Chicago parks.
Charles Williams had been free since late June on $4,500 bond on a gun trafficking charge. A judge Wednesday revoked bond but blasted prosecutors.
Charles Williams was charged last week with possession of a firearm by a felon. On Wednesday, a judge ordered him released on a $4,500 bond.
Residential and commercial high-rises may soon start paying through the nose for violating Chicago’s 20-year-old recycling requirement.
A Rauner vs. Pritzker race could be especially awkward for Diana Rauner as Pritzker is a national leader in early childhood education.
Waste Management will simplify the rules by asking 1,400 Southeast Side homeowners to recycle only three categories of items: paper, metal and glass.
Streets and Sanitation Commissioner Charles Williams said he’s bracing for 16 more inches of snow this winter with a November that “will turn on us.”