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Waste Management Ousted From Chicago’s Recycling Program
Waste Management lost the city’s Blue Cart contract after a BGA investigation revealed how the company charged the city twice for processing materials in recycling bins.
‘What’s Said Here, Stays Here.’ Work Of The Committee That Identified 41 Public Monuments For Possible Removal Remains Opaque
A committee formed by Lightfoot concluded statues of Columbus, Washington, Lincoln and others should be reviewed, but City Hall isn’t releasing many details about how those decisions came to be because it says the committee isn’t a public body.
Chicago’s Push To Buy Computers For Remote Learning Hit Snags. New Challenges Await This Fall.
Needle Exchange Programs Cutting Back During Coronavirus Crisis
Programs started in the 1980s to slow the spread of the HIV epidemic are now scaling back because of COVID-19, a move some experts say could create a new challenge in fighting the deadly outbreak.
Aides Caring For Vulnerable Seniors Amid Coronavirus Still On The Job Despite Lack Of Masks, Protective Gear And Social Distancing
As many as 22 home care clients who are part of an Illinois program have tested positive for COVID-19, including five who died, state says. Some home health aides also have tested positive.
Lightfoot Facing Off Against ComEd Over the Future
LENS ON LIGHTFOOT: With an agreement between City Hall and the power company expiring this year, the mayor is focusing on an internal study and federal investigation as leverage.
Lightfoot’s Actions On Environmental Campaign Promises Are Off To A Slow Start
LENS ON LIGHTFOOT: The mayor insists she's not backpedaling on her campaign promise to rebuild an Environment Dept., but her overall plans will just take longer to implement.
Polluters, Beware: When Rahm Departs, City’s Environment Department Could Be Making A Comeback
The mayor eliminated environmental enforcement office to cut costs, which resulted in declines in inspections and citations.
Candidates In 46th Ward Make Gentrification Key Issue In Challenging Uptown’s Alderman
Five residents taking on Ald. James Cappleman focus on affordable housing, high-rises, community engagement and education.