Board of Ethics Decides It ‘Lacks Jurisdiction’ on Sexual Harassment Complaint May 24, 2018 By A.D. Quig - The Board of Ethics ruled Wednesday morning that it “lacks jurisdiction” over a complaint filed by a former campaign worker against an alderman because it occurred before the city’s sexual harassment rules changed.
Obama Presidential Center Set For Zoning Committee Vote May 22, 2018 By Heather Cherone and A.D. Quig - The Obama Presidential Center is set to move one step closer to winning final approval from Chicago officials, when the council’s Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards considers the massive $500 million project at its meeting set for 11

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City Council Preview – Full Council Obama Presidential Center Vote, Zalewski Farewell, Police Union Protests Planned May 23, 2018 By A.D. Quig - It’s likely to be a long day for aldermen, protesters, and Council watchers, as a number of honorary and victory lap items are slated for the day’s agenda — while hundreds of police officers angry about what their union leadership

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