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But city officials said an elected board overseeing the airports would be a "backwards approach."

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"Neighbors will suffer Friday night through Monday morning," Ald. Brendan Reilly said.

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The Independent Police Review Authority would explain police settlements, but it may soon be disbanded.

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Ald. Emma Mitts (37th) is now backing away from the plan, which had some support on the council.

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Ald. Anthony Beale said patrons routinely bring in "gallons of liquor" to The Factory in the 9th Ward.

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The project has been a long time coming for the intersection of Lincoln, Ashland and Belmont.

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More than 90 percent of voters supported the referendum on Tuesday's ballot.

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32nd Ward residents will have a chance to vote to urge their alderman to save historic buildings.

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The plan may or may not be for it to run along the Blue Line, but an alderman is dubious in any case.

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Ald. Proco Joe Moreno called the passage a "huge victory," while Ald. Scott Waguespack opposed.

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The Inspector General will be able to investigate "breaches of ethics" but not government efficiency.

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A move to raise tobacco taxes and put money toward high-school orientation met resistance.

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CDOT workers removed the free weekend parking signs lining Logan Square boulevards Wednesday.

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A letter to the U.S. Department of Justice hit "the culture of abuse, secrecy and deceit" in Chicago.

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But Ald. Scott Waguespack (32nd), a vocal opponent of the mayor, said the speech "lacked substance."