Joseph Ferguson said he could assume the duties of the legislative inspector general.
Ald. Scott Waguespack says the $873,562, two-sided board damages "the aesthetic of the city."
Summers replaces Stephanie Neely, who resigned four months before she was to run for re-election.
Rain wiped out the Taste's busiest day, but the official in charge of it still called it a success.
Hoping to argue against the museum, opponents found little opportunity to do so.
The two dispensaries — if approved by state and city officials — would be one storefront apart.
The aldermen found both positives and negatives in Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposed budget
The city should address it's pension obligations and hire more police officers, several aldermen said.
Budget Director Alexandra Holt said police staffing would remain steady at about 9,700 beat officers.
The city treasurer will begin her new job in the financial services industry on Dec. 1.
The president visted Gov. Pat Quinn's campaign office after casting his early vote in Kenwood.
Ald. Pat O'Connor (40th) said a community meeting would be held about the plans.
The president will talk about the important of early voting.
The Auburn Gresham alderman will remain Democratic ward committeeman until her term expires in 2016.
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