Aldermen React To Mayor Lightfoot's 2020 Budget Proposal

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attends a City Council Meeting at City Hall on September 18, 2019. Wednesday she outlined her 2020 budget proposal which includes investments in mental health services but does not fund reopening city clinics shuttered in 2012 by then-Mayor Rahm Emanuel. (Manuel Martinez/WBEZ) (Manuel Martinez/WBEZ)
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attends a City Council Meeting at City Hall on September 18, 2019. Wednesday she outlined her 2020 budget proposal which includes investments in mental health services but does not fund reopening city clinics shuttered in 2012 by then-Mayor Rahm Emanuel. (Manuel Martinez/WBEZ) (Manuel Martinez/WBEZ)

Aldermen React To Mayor Lightfoot's 2020 Budget Proposal

Mayor Lori Lightfoot delivered her first budget address Wednesday at City Hall where she laid out her plan to close the city’s $838 million budget gap.

Reset checks in with two aldermen about their thoughts on the 2020 budget proposal.

GUESTS: 

Ald. Scott Waguespack (32nd)

Ald. Anthony Beale (9th)