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  • Cook County Board wants more details on foreclosure program

    At a time when more than 75,000 mortgage foreclosures are pending in Cook County, commissioners are asking for more scrutiny of a mediation program designed to help homeowners navigate the foreclosure process. Circuit Court Chief Judge Timothy Evans&...
  • Preckwinkle asks county to 'do more with less' in budget plan

    Preckwinkle asks county to 'do more with less' in budget plan
    Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle asked commissioners today to "do more with less" by passing her budget recommendation for next year. "This budget rests on a framework of long term financial management and strategic structural changes...
  • Cook County Forest Preserve looking to buy land

    Cook County Forest Preserve looking to buy land
    With real estate prices low, the Cook County Forest Preserve District is planning to snap up land on the cheap next year to add to its nearly 69,000 acres of property. Officials have set aside more than $10 million to purchase property under a new budget...
  • Preckwinkle seeks to loosen Cook County purchasing rules

    Preckwinkle seeks to loosen Cook County purchasing rules
    Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is seeking greater control over how the county buys goods and services. At a news conference today, Preckwinkle said the ordinance she's proposing will "streamline" government by speeding up theĀ approval of...
  • Stroger's brother-in-law resigns from county health post

    Stroger's brother-in-law resigns from county health post
    The brother-in-law of former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger has resigned from his $195,906-a-year post as chief operating officer at the county's Department of Public Health. Stephen Martin's resignation is effective Sept. 23, according to...
  • Five Cook County commissioners balk at pay cuts

    Five Cook County commissioners balk at pay cuts
    During a year when many unionized Cook County workers are taking 10 unpaid days off to help balance the budget, five commissioners are refusing to do so. The commissioners, who make $85,000 a year, have asked the county comptroller for their money back...
  • Chicago aldermen raise prospect of tobacco tax hike

    Two aldermen looking for last-minute ways to head off painful budget cuts proposed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel floated the idea Wednesday of extending the city’s cigarette tax to other tobacco products. Ald. Matthew O’Shea, 19th, and Leslie...
  • Preckwinkle's budget on track for easy approval

    Preckwinkle's budget on track for easy approval
    More than a dozen fee and tax hikes sought by Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle sailed through a first test Monday, setting up final approval of her proposed budget at week’s end. Even Preckwinkle’s request to increase wholesale...
  • Watchdog questions Cook County highway workers' debris dumping

    Watchdog questions Cook County highway workers' debris dumping
    For years, Cook County highway workers have been dumping roadway and sewer waste at a pair of work yards, creating large mounds that potentially could be contaminating the environment, according to a watchdog report released today. The pollutants include...
  • U.S. report criticizes Cook County's discontinued police car camera program

    U.S. report criticizes Cook County's discontinued police car camera program
    A troubled Cook County program put faulty camera equipment in police cars, wasting perhaps millions of federal dollars, the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general said in an audit released this morning. Sen. Mark Kirk and U.S. Rep. Michael...
  • Preckwinkle defends hiring two former lawmakers

    Preckwinkle defends hiring two former lawmakers
    Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle ran for the job as a reformer, but on Tuesday she found herself defending a decision to put two former southwest suburban state lawmakers on the county payroll. Michael Carberry and John O’Sullivan...