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.”
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is resurrecting the stand-alone bureau charged with running the city’s war on rats.
Fines as high as $5,000 per offense for buildings that don’t recycle were approved Wednesday over the strenuous objections of building owners.
A plan to get tough on residential and commercial high-rises ignoring Chicago’s 20-year-old recycling requirement was re-written on the fly on Monday.