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Inspector General Rips Chicago Parking Meter Deal

Chicago's privatization deal was supposed to make money, but it may effectively cost the city $974 million. Inspector general David Hoffman discusses the mistake saying Mayor Richard Daley was irresponsible in pushing the deal without meaningful public review and with a tiny two-day period for aldermen to evaluate the deal.

Related: Full report (pdf)
Related: City's response to inspector general's report

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