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Anthony Beale

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  • Last Chicago City Council meeting of year: What's on the agenda

     Last Chicago City Council meeting of year: What's on the agenda
    The Chicago City Council's last meeting of the year Wednesday is expected to include approval of revised taxi regulations, delay on a controversial ethanol requirement and the settlement of more than $13 million in lawsuits arising from wrongful...
  • City clerk targets vehicle sticker scofflaws

    City clerk targets vehicle sticker scofflaws
    More than 100,000 Chicago vehicle sticker scofflaws are in the sights of City Clerk Susana Mendoza, who is looking at new enforcement options like sending noncompliance tickets in the mail and booting vehicles with more than three citations. On Tuesday,...
  • Aldermen seek O'Hare express train to Union Station, McCormick Place

    Aldermen seek O'Hare express train to Union Station, McCormick Place
    Five aldermen well-versed in Chicago's transportation issues on Wednesday called for yet another study to examine the feasibility and cost of launching high-quality airport express train service for O'Hare International Airport, Union Station and...
  • Council to weigh sticker fee cut for seniors driving small pickups

    Council to weigh sticker fee cut for seniors driving small pickups
    Aldermen will consider a plan today to give a break on city sticker fees to Chicago senior citizens who drive small pickups. Under a proposal that will go to the City Council Budget Committee, Ald. Anthony Beale, 9th, said he will seek to lower the ...
  • City wants tighter rules on crude oil trains

    City wants tighter rules on crude oil trains
    Warning that the frequent railroad trains loaded with crude oil passing through the Chicago area are a “serious risk to public safety,” the City Council is calling for tighter restrictions on the shipments than federal officials proposed in...
  • E15 gasoline proposal goes nowhere at City Council hearing

    E15 gasoline proposal goes nowhere at City Council hearing
    A proposal to require scores of Chicago gas stations to install pumps for newer fuels with higher levels of ethanol went nowhere today after a nearly five-hour hearing today before the City Council Finance Committee. The measure would have required all...
  • Aldermen want red light camera hearing at City Council

    Aldermen want red light camera hearing at City Council
    Nineteen Chicago aldermen supported a resolution today calling for a City Council hearing into the city’s troubled red-light camera program following a Chicago Tribune investigation that found thousands of drivers were ticketed for $100 fines they...
  • Alderman complains, CTA vows to work on access to new Wal-Mart

    Alderman complains, CTA vows to work on access to new Wal-Mart
    CTA bus routes end blocks away from a Wal-Mart Supercenter scheduled to open this week on Chicago's Far South Side, and an angry alderman on Monday demanded that the transit agency extend service for the store's customers and employees. Hours later, CTA...
  • South Side alderman files lawsuit alleging extortion

    South Side alderman files lawsuit alleging extortion
    South Side Ald. Anthony Beale has taken the unusual step of filing a pre-emptive lawsuit against a former Chicago Public Schools principal who he says sought to extort $1 million from him and made false claims that he sexually harassed her. The 9th Ward...
  • Mayor moves to limit medical marijuana dispensaries

    Mayor moves to limit medical marijuana dispensaries
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ald. Edward Burke introduced a plan Tuesday to limit where medical marijuana dispensaries and growing operations can set up shop in the city after the drug becomes legal Jan. 1. The proposal would require special use permits...
  • Emanuel gets first challenger: old-school pol Shaw

    Emanuel gets first challenger: old-school pol Shaw
    A challenger has emerged to Mayor Rahm Emanuel in next year’s re-election campaign, and it’s not the lakefront liberal or progressive stalwart that City Hall critics had hoped would be the standard bearer. Instead, it’s Robert Shaw, an...