Chicago Schools Needed Computers. Then The Mayor Emailed About A ‘Really Good Guy.’
Mark Aistrope, the CEO of Chicago-based Meeting Tomorrow, who contributed nearly $30,000 to Lightfoot’s mayoral bid, emailed the mayor in late March.
Chicago’s Push To Buy Computers For Remote Learning Hit Snags. New Challenges Await This Fall.
‘Only Time Will Tell’ If Lightfoot’s Sustainability Czar Can Move the Needle on Environmental Justice
The mayor has finally appointed a policy adviser to guide the city through its environmental challenges. Activists say her pick seems right, but they wonder how much of a difference the appointment will make.
Lightfoot Pushing To Make TIFs More Equitable But Changes Lacking For Critics She’s Tried To Win Over
LENS ON LIGHTFOOT: Chicago’s mayor has long promised to reform how special tax funds are spent on private projects. Her first move is a step but isn’t big enough for some.