Plan To Turn Jefferson Park Firehouse Into Brewery And Apartments Gets Key City Approval
Lake Effect Brewing would anchor the redeveloped firehouse at 4841 N. Lipps Ave.
2021 Spending Plan, Management Ordinance Clear Committee, Teeing Up Final City Council Vote
The spending plan was approved 26-8, drawing support from the minimum number of aldermen the ordinance would need for approval by City Council.
Despite Budget Sweeteners, Lightfoot Faces Uphill Climb To 26 Votes, Aldermen Say
Despite padding the budget with an extra $10 million for violence prevention efforts, some aldermen who are typically aligned with Lightfoot have signaled they will not support her proposed property tax hike.
Too Many Coyotes, Raccoons And Barnyard Animals In Chicago, Aldermen Tell Animal Control
Wildlife roaming city neighborhoods proved a topic of concern among aldermen during a City Council budget hearing.
City Council To Weigh Cracking Down On Polluters In Last Meeting Before 2021 Budget Talks
Aldermen are likely to approve a measure creating a way for the city to revoke tax incentives awarded to “bad actor” developers. The mechanism won't be applied retroactively to Hilco, however.
Chicagoans Want Money Reallocated From Police Budget, City-Sponsored Survey Shows
“Of more than the 19,000 comments we received on the survey, more than 18,000 mentioned the police,” the city's budget director said.
Ordinance Creating Process To Revoke Property Tax Incentives From ‘Bad Actors’ Set To Advance
The ordinance was born after a demolition at the old Crawford coal plant — a site owned by developer Hilco — sent dust across Little Village.