The city of Chicago Community Development Commission will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday to prepare a feasibility study for the proposed Red and Purple Modernization Phase One Project Tax Increment Financing.
No one knows which way the state's Supreme Court will rule on the pending Independent Map Amendment ballot measure, but the litigation could face the same fate as previous rulings about term limits, Gov. Bruce Rauner recently told reporters.
Mike Strick, Republican candidate for District 84 in the Illinois House of Representatives, recently asserted that his NoMoreMadigan pledge has been garnering some positive responses among voters and candidates these past few weeks.
Reminding agricultural stakeholders that “no question should go unasked when it comes to ammonia compliance and safety,” two state agencies plan anhydrous ammonia safety classes in September for individuals desiring certification as a competent attendant.
Coming from a civic-minded family, police dispatch specialist Michael Tracy found himself recognized recently during an industry conference in Orlando, Florida for his outstanding performance as 2016 Chicago Dispatch Trainer of the Year.
“Doing Business with the City of Chicago,” a networking event hosted by the Office of Emergency Management and Communications, the Department of Procurement Services, Chicago Police Department, and Chicago Fire Department, aims to inform vendors about services they may be able to offer to different city departments.
Senior citizens, their families and friends are invited to take part in indoor activities slated for Senior Day on Monday at Springfield's Illinois State Fair, sponsored by the Illinois Department on Aging.
Entrepreneurs can untangle the mysteries of hashtags and the nuances of blogging in a series of five free sessions at City Hall via Chicago’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection’s (BACP) Small Business Center.