News

July

Thursday, July 28, 2011

32nd Ward Press Release – O’Hare T5 Bid
 
Comparison of O’Hare Terminal 5 Concession Responses (Including Per Passenger Data)
 
T5 Lease Approved

32 Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack cautioned fellow aldermen not to “sell the city short” and approve the concession contracts for O’Hare Airport saying “the contract biddingContinue...

Categories:

March

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

City of Chicago Cumulative Overtime Report Year-to-Date Through December 2010

2010_Overtime City of Chicago

Categories:

Thursday, March 3, 2011

There have been multiple financial crimes reported in the 18th Police District involving cash and credit card scams being perpetrated against Senior Citizens. In the first scenario, the caller, typically female, identifies herself as a representative of a legitimate financial institution where the Senior hasContinue...

Categories:

February

Friday, February 18, 2011

On February 16, 2011, at approximately 9:30 p.m., the victim attempted to withdraw money from an ATM machine on the 2900 block of North Lincoln Ave. During this time, two skimming devices fell from the ATM machine. Officers arrived on the scene, recovered the devicesContinue...

Categories:

Monday, February 14, 2011

Since voters need postmarks of Sat., Feb. 19 or earlier for returning absentee ballots, Tuesday, February 15 is the effective deadline for an absentee ballot application to be received by the Election Board.  Voters will need to mail their absentee ballots by this Saturday becauseContinue...

Categories:

32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack, Alderman Joe Moore (49th) and several environmental groups are urging City Council to pass the Chicago Clean Power Ordinance to protect what Waguespack calls our “environmental rights.”

The ordinance would force two of the oldest coal plants in the United StatesContinue...

Categories:

Thursday, February 10, 2011

A new State of Illinois law requires that senior citizen homeowners must re-apply annually for their Senior Exemptions beginning this year.  All homeowners who qualified for either exemption for the 2009 property tax year are being mailed applications by the Cook County Assessor’s Office.  IfContinue...

Categories:

Monday, February 7, 2011

Many residents are contacting us about snow removal from their alleys. The City does not plow alleys because doing so would cause snow to pile up in front of people’s garages. Trucks will be driving through the alleys to help create tracks that will improveContinue...

Categories:

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Are you an unemployed or underemployed construction worker? Do you think you need more skills to compete in today’s job market? You might be eligible for 12 days of FREE classroom and on-site training that will help you:

  • Prepare for careers in weatherization, hazardous waste operations,Continue...

Categories:

In the wake of one of the most massive snow storms on record, ComEd crews have restored power to more than 182,000 affected customers. As of 8 a.m. 5,200 remain out of service. ComEd expects electric service to be restored for the vast majority ofContinue...

Categories: