The park district says it has suspended two high-ranking managers. But what does the future hold for the Chicago Park District CEO?
The Park District’s deputy inspector general says he was taken off the job in an attempt to “impede and obstruct” the investigation into alleged sexual misconduct at the city’s public beaches and pools.
But Park District CEO Michael Kelly dodges questions about his conversation with a young female ex-lifeguard who filed a complaint.
City Manager Erika Storlie will leave as officials promise transparency about an investigation into sexual misconduct claims from young women.
Whistleblower: Lifeguard Abuse Allegations In Chicago ‘Brushed Under The Rug’ By Lightfoot, Park District Boss
A young woman whose complaint prompted an ongoing investigation makes her first public comments on alleged misconduct at the city’s beaches and pools.
Sexual and emotional abuse allegations from congregants at an Illinois church were hidden for decades, according to a new WBEZ investigation.
The move follows a WBEZ investigation into the work environment for young lifeguards and other beach employees in the northern suburb.
Parks CEO Michael Kelly quickly replied to a young lifeguard’s complaint of “extreme abuse,” then took 41 days to forward it to investigators.
Officials have declined to turn over many internal documents pertaining to the alleged abuse, assault and harassment of female lifeguards.
Team GM Stan Bowman pledges cooperation but stays silent on a May 2010 meeting to discuss a player’s sexual assault allegations against an ex-coach.