With warm weather on the way, pedicabs are taking over Chicago’s streets again. It’s not just the flat terrain and lazy tourists. Unlike other major cities, Chicago has no ordinance regulating pedicabs.
A $12 million renovation plan is in the works for Chicago's century-old City Hall.Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office on Thursday announced a plan to rehab the building and reorganize the city office space by the end of 2013.Emanuel's office says the plan will save the city $4 million each year,
Booing could soon be banned at Chicago City Council.Under a new ordinance endorsed by four high-ranking Chicago aldermen, "no demonstration of approval or disapproval from members of the public shall be permitted within the City Council Chambers, including, but not limited to cheering, yelling, clap
Chicago City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on an ordinance that would automatically deduct outstanding debts from Illinoisans' state income tax returns.The city estimates nearly 100,000 state residents and businesses have unpaid city parking tickets, red light camera citations and administr
City Hall was tense Thursday and more political maneuvering was expected Friday. Aldermen have been fighting for electoral survival as they redraw the city’s ward boundaries, which they have to do every 10 years using new census data.
All week Eight Forty-Eight looked at some of the proposals in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2012 budget, such as its potential impact on libraries and the city’s water system. Next week, the City Council will vote on the budget.
Hmmm, should I go with the silhouette smoking a joint stock photo?Or just go with the generic marijuana plant?Or heck, I'll just show a couple hippies at Woodstock: The City Council is going to vote on decriminalizing pot.