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CHICAGO , Oct. 5, 2011 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce applauds Mayor Emanuel for introducing an ordinance to reduce the Chicago Employer’s Expense Tax, also known as the Head Tax, from $4 to $2 per employee per month at today’s city council meeting.
CHICAGO , July 25, 2011 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Walmart announced today that site work has begun on a new supercenter in Chatham , a store that will ultimately create approximately 400 jobs and serve as another choice for south side customers who seek more affordable grocery options. The store, one of nine new locations now planned in the city, is scheduled to open in spring of 2012.
CHICAGO , Feb. 21, 2011 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — The campaign for Walter Burnett, Jr.
(WBEZ file/Kate Gardiner) Chicago Police Superintendent Jody Weis. Chicago Alderman Anthony Beale , chair of the Council’s Committee on Police and Fire, said Monday on “Eight Forty-Eight” that “resource reallocation” is coming “right after January” to the Chicago Police Department.
(AP/File) Alderman Ed Smith, 28th, has already submitted his resignation. Yet another Chicago alderman has announced he will not run for office again in next year’s municipal election.
(Photo by Stephen Rob Fabro via Flickr) Some Chicago aldermen want to try to cut down on the number of concussions sustained by student-athletes in the city. Alderman Ed Burke has proposed an ordinance mandating athletes be removed from the playing field if they exhibit any symptoms of a concussion.
28th ward alderman Ed Smith had harsher words for the Inspector General, saying he should “do his job and let the alderman focus on the budget.” Overall the Inspector General’s report lists $247 mil… 28th ward alderman Ed Smith had harsher words for the Inspector General, saying he should “do his job and let the alderman focus on the budget.” Overall the Inspector General’s report lists $247 mil…
Some Chicago alderman are concerned about the timing of a new budget report by the city’s corruption watchdog. Inspector General Joseph Ferguson laid out 24 ways to slash municipal spending.