Articles By A.D. Quig

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Don’t Let Aldermen Decide Which Streets To Repair Anymore, Watchdog Says Again

The current rules have created an unequal system where some wards aren’t as well-funded as others.

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Here’s A List Of What Lori Lightfoot Pledged To Tackle As Chicago’s New Mayor

Lori Lightfoot laid out an ambitious plan to take on some of Chicago's biggest issues.

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Lightfoot Era Dawns In Chicago — ‘We Are Going To Transform Our City’

Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot is set to become the 56th mayor of Chicago Monday.

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Electric Scooters Coming Soon To West Side As Part Of New Pilot Progam

A test of electric-powered scooters is set to hit the city’s West Side next month.

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Chicago Democratic Socialists Celebrate City Council Wins, Plan For Future: ‘I Never Imagined We Would Have 6’

The Daily Line: Five new Democratic Socialists were elected alderman this year, raising DSA's ranks to six at City Hall.

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Lightfoot Should Crack Down On Corruption ‘Week One’ With Sweeping Ethics Reforms, Board Urges

“People who are only self-interested are going to be opposed to this, and we’ll see what they do.”

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Why The Chicagoland Chamber Believes Chicago Needs More Megadevelopments

The 34-acre development would include a Millennium Park-like “tabletop” above the existing CTA and lines — plus 20 million square feet of new offices, homes and more.

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‘Buckle Your Seatbelts’: Future Aldermen Head To Boot Camp And Get Real Talk, Advice From Progressive Council Members

The newly-elected leaders discussed ways to build coalitions and get 26 aldermen to possibly break from the mayor — a rarity in Chicago.

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Three West Side, South Side Projects Set To Get $5.16 Million From Neighborhood Opportunity Fund

Developers of the 2632 W. Ogden Ave. site, 6793 S. Chicago Ave. site and Enlace Chicago all could get significant grants.