Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced the City has taken a major step towards the development of a new, state-of-the-art Joint Public Safety Training Academy as part of the city’s continued efforts to provide the best tools, technology and training for its first responders.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that a Chicago-led coalition of 19 cities and counties filed an amicus brief in Flores v. Sessions late last night in support of the plaintiffs’ request for the court to enjoin the implementation of rules proposed by the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services that would undo state-licensing requirements and procedural protections guaranteed to immigrant children being detained by the federal government under the 1997 Flores settlement agreement.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Corporation Counsel Ed Siskel, Business Affairs and Consumer Protection Commissioner (BACP) Rosa Escareno, and Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Commissioner Julie Morita, MD today to announce that the City of Chicago will file suit against eight online sellers of e-cigarette products for illegally selling their products to Chicago youth.
On this week’s episode of Chicago Stories, Mayor Emanuel sat down with Chicago food critic Steve Dolinsky to talk about his epic journey to over 100 different pizza spots across the Chicago-area, sharing his biggest discoveries, best-kept secrets, and everything else along the way.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) Commissioner Rosa Escareno today announced new efforts to support small businesses and improve the quality of life of residents.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced the Large Lots land sale program will open the first week of December, making approximately 4,000 vacant, City-owned lots on the South, Southwest and West sides available for residents to purchase for $1.