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The city does not adequately fund infrastructure repair, Inspector General Joseph Ferguson found. 

Norwood Park »

Every item listed on Ald. Anthony Napolitano's participatory budgeting ballot will be funded, he said.

Norwood Park »

Voting must be done in person by March 10 at Ald. Napolitano's office, 7442 N. Harlem Ave.

Irving Park »

The ward is the latest to introduce participatory budgeting for aldermanic "menu" dollars.

Portage Park »

"Participatory budgeting works best when people actually participate," Arena's chief of staff said.

Norwood Park »

A public meeting is set for 6 p.m. Thursday at Taft High School, 6530 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., to hear ideas.

Portage Park »

Chicago Academy, Reinberg Elementary and Schurz High School will all get money for outdoor facilities.

Portage Park »

Ward residents can vote through Oct. 22 on how Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) should spend $1 million.

Portage Park »

Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) will spend his discretionary budget based on a vote of residents. 

Portage Park »

Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36th) will spend his discretionary budget based on a vote of residents. 

Logan Square »

About 650 people voted in the first participatory budgeting process in the ward.

Portage Park »

Voters also earmarked $570,000 for street resurfacing, Ald. Gilbert Villegas said.

Jefferson Park »

A proposal to build bicycle lanes along Austin Avenue failed to get enough votes, Ald. John Arena said.

Jefferson Park »

Ballots can be cast through Friday at the ward office and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Wilson Park.

Logan Square »

This is the inaugural year of participatory budgeting in the ward.